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Evidence of regional subsidence and associated interior wetland loss induced by hydrocarbon production, Gulf Coast region, USA

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

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Evidence of regional subsidence and associated interior wetland loss induced by hydrocarbon production, Gulf Coast region, USA
"Evidence of regional subsidence and associated interior wetland loss induced by hydrocarbon production, Gulf Coast region, USA" appeared as an article in Environmental Geology (2006). The article is a 23-page discussion of wetland loss in the Gulf Coast region.

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genre=article&id=doi:10.1007/s00254-006-0207-3

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