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LPBF's Coastal Sustainability Program - New Report

LPBF's Coastal Sustainability Program has released a new technical report entitled "Patterns of sediment, nutrient and salinity distribution discharging from Mardi Gras Pass, circa 2013 to 2014, Southeast Louisiana."

The report outlines our data collection and observations at Mardi Gras Pass from 2013 through 2014. It reveals patterns of sediment, nutrient and salinity distribution during high water and low water events. The observations and conclusions have implications for outfall management for future sediment diversions and land building.

The report is available for download at: http://saveourlake.org/PDF-documents/our-coast/Mardi%20Gras%20Pass/2013-14MGP_PatternOfNutrientSediment.pdf






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