5 edition of Louisiana"s loss, Mississippi"s gain found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 684-700) and index.
|Statement||by Robert G. Scharff ; foreword by Stephen Ambrose.|
|LC Classifications||F347.H2 S33 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 741 p. :|
|Number of Pages||741|
|LC Control Number||98028171|
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The state loses a football field’s worth of land every hour and a half. Now engineers are in a race to prevent it from sinking into oblivion.
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The best-case scenario predicted no net loss of wetlands by and actual land gains by But new predictions of increased sea-level rise have scuttled those ambitions. Major Factors for Louisiana's Land Loss. View all Coastal Land Loss. Since the s, Louisiana has lost nearly 1, square miles of land, an area roughly the size of Delaware.
Straitjacketing the lower Mississippi River with huge levees to "control" the river and protect communities, resulting in coastal land gain. Without land. Wetland Loss In Louisiana. History of Wetland Loss. Over the last years, wetlands in the United States have been drained, dredged, filled, leveled and flooded for urban, agricultural, and residential development (Mitsch and Gosselink ).
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Scientists say Louisiana’s land loss involves at least three main factors — (1) reduced sediment flow from the Mississippi River and its tributaries, (2) subsidence, or the sinking of land.Despite these efforts, coastal land loss in Louisiana remains a major problem.
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