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Constraining Rates and Trends of Historical Wetland Loss, Mississippi River Delta Plain, South-Central Louisiana

by Julie C. Bernier, Robert A. Morton, John A. Barras

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Constraining Rates and Trends of Historical Wetland Loss, Mississippi River Delta Plain, South-Central Louisiana
"Constraining Rates and Trends of Historical Wetland Loss, Mississippi River Delta Plain, South-Central Louisiana" was originally published in Coastal Environment and Water Quality - Proceedings of the AIH 25th Anniversary Meeting and International Conference "Challenges in Coastal Hydrology and Water Quality." The paper describes the timing, magnitude, and rate of wetland loss for five wetland-loss hotspots in the Terrebonne Basin of the Mississippi River delta plain.

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