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by Jeffrey H. List
PDF On May 12, 1994, J List and others published Barrier Island Erosion Study- Atlas of Seafloor .
PDF On May 12, 1994, J List and others published Barrier Island Erosion Study- Atlas of Seafloor Changes From 1878-1989. This work utilizes historical bathymetric and shoreline data for the 1880s, 1930s, and 1980s for the south-central Louisiana coast that was originally compiled as part of the Louisiana Barrier Island Erosion Study (Williams et al. 1992; List et a. 1994;Miner et al. 2009a,b). The present study builds upon the work of List et al. (1994) and added complimentary bathymetry and shoreline data for 2006 and 2015.
cm. (Miscellaneous investigations; I-2150-A). Louisiana barrier island erosion study; I-2150-A). This atlas is one of many products of the Louisiana Barrier Island. Erosion Study, conducted jointly by the . Includes bibliographical references. 1. Coastal changes Louisiana Maps. Geological Survey and. the Louisiana Geological Survey over the past five years.
Additional publication details. Louisiana barrier island erosion study; atlas of sea-floor changes from 1878 to 1989.
IMAP 2150- A. By: S. Jeffress Williams, Shea Penland, and Asbury H. Sallenger, Jr. Sallenger, J. Atlas of shoreline changes from 1853 to 1989 : Louisiana barrier island erosion study.
ATLAS OF SHORELINE CHANGES IN LOUISIANA FROM 1853 to 1989. Atlas of shoreline changes in Louisiana from 1853 to 1989:, prepared. S. Jeffress Williams’, Shea Penland², and Asbury H. Sallenger,3,JrE.
KEYWORDS: Coastal Restoration, Phytoremediation, Barrier Island Mitigation, Land Subsidence. ABSTRACT: Coastal erosion, subsidence, salt water intrusion, and hypoxia are forces that impact Louisiana and beyond. JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Water Resource and Protection, Vo. N. 6, November 26, 2015. Using graph theory in the Geometer’s Sketch Pad program, progressive land loss from Isles Dernieres was determined from 1853 to 2005.
Louisiana Barrier Island Erosion Study: Atlas of seafloor changes from 1878 to 1989. Analysis of barrier shoreline change in Louisiana from 1853 to 1989 (Chapter 4). In: Williams, . et al. (ed., Atlas of Barrier Island Erosion in Louisiana. Miscellaneous Investigations Series I-2150-B (color plates), Scales 1:250,000 and 1:100,000, US Geological Survey, 82 p. Byrnes, . 1993, Historical shoreline position change for the mainland beach in Harrison County, Mississippi. Miscellaneous Investigations Series I-2150-A (color plates), US Geological Survey, pp. 36-97.
Atlas of seafloor changes from 1878 to 1989. US Geol Surv and Louisiana State Univ Misc Investig Series I-2150–AGoogle Scholar. List JH, Jaffe BE, Sallenger AH Jr, Hansen ME (1997) Bathymetric comparisons adjacent to the Louisiana barrier islands-processes of large-scale change. J Coastal Res 13:670–678Google Scholar. Martinez L, O’Brien S, Bethel M, Penland S, Kulp M (2009) Louisiana barrier island comprehensive monitoring program (BICM), vol 2. Shoreline changes and barrier island land loss 1880 s to 2005.
List J et al (1994) Louisiana barrier island erosion study: atlas of seafloor changes from 1878 to 1989. Miscellaneous Investigations Series I-2150-B. US Geological Survey and Louisiana State University, Reston, VA, 81 pGoogle Scholar. Liu J et al (1993) Morphodynamics evolution of a newly formed tidal inlet. In: Aubrey D, Giese G (eds) Formation and evolution of multiple tidal inlets. 1029/CE044p0062 Google Scholar. Louters T, Gerritsen F (1994) The riddle of the sands: a tidal system’s answer to a rising sea level.
Coastal Erosion in Louisiana is the process of steady depletion of wetlands along the state's coastline in marshes, swamps, and barrier islands, particularly affecting the alluvial basin surrounding the mouth of the Mississippi River at the foot.
Coastal Erosion in Louisiana is the process of steady depletion of wetlands along the state's coastline in marshes, swamps, and barrier islands, particularly affecting the alluvial basin surrounding the mouth of the Mississippi River at the foot of the Gulf of Mexico on the Eastern half of the state's coast
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