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Scientists differ on potential for ri...

Editor’s note: For nearly twenty years I’ve repeated a stock glib answer to the question of what...

Scientists differ on potential for river to save coast
posted on: Nov 14, 2009 | author: Admin

Thinking outside the channel: some ri...

  With great delight I call your attention to an ongoing student team project known as Mission 2010 that is being...

Thinking outside the channel: some river management ideas I’d never heard before
posted on: Jun 20, 2009 | author: Admin

Big Muddy water vs. oysters

This post includes two examples of political pushback from oyster growers against coastal restoration that should be anticipated and somehow resolved. Unfortunately it is much more difficult to achieve consensus than to prevent it.

Big Muddy water vs. oysters
posted on: May 9, 2009 | author: Admin

Corps outshines state at river divers...

            I apologize to readers who expect a new post every day but I’ve spent the last two days in...

Corps outshines state at river diversion summit
posted on: Mar 5, 2009 | author: Admin

Coastal plan suffers from narrow cont...

by Len Bahr, Ph.D. On January 16 I posted comments on Louisiana’s 2017 draft coastal master plan (CMP), the...

Coastal plan suffers from narrow context, subservient science and excessive political caution re climate change. BTW, it also fails to offset land loss.
posted on: Mar 20, 2017 | author: Admin

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