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DIFFERENT MARSHES
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Salt Marsh on Left Brackish on right
Rockefeller Refuge
Grand Chenier, Louisiana
Image#11702


 

Marsh at sunset
Rockefeller Refuge
Grand Chenier, Louisiana
Image#11681
 

Telephone pole in eroding marsh
next to Highway One
Lafourche Parish, LA

Image#14469

*Image#LS-MARSH-1905
 

Vulnerable marsh being eroded by the
waves of a bay
*Image#EN-MARSHLOSS-2191

 

*Image#LS-MARSHINBLOOM-2048

 

Rainbow and reflection over abandoned
fishing camp in marsh
Leeville, Louisiana
Image#14460

Dead Live Oaks mixed in with living
ones in a sinking marsh
Lafourche Parish, Louisiana
Image#14468
 

Rainbow over dead Live oaks
in eroding marsh
Lafourche Parish, Louisiana
Image#14463

This open water view from the Leeville
 Bridge was once a thriving marsh
Leeville, Louisiana

*Image#EN-MARSHLOSS-1320

Rock jetties built to protect priceless
marsh from further erosion
*Image#EN-MARSHRESTORE-1072

 

Tree lost due to erosion of marsh
*Image#EN-MARSHLOSS-1465

High Cirrus clouds over a wire grass marsh Jefferson Parish, Louisiana
Image#15629

 

Edges of marsh are important habitat
 Smooth Cord Grass
Paul J. Rainey Refuge, Louisiana
Image#14464
 

Mississippi Delta marshlands behind Southwest Pass Bank Stabilization
Southwest Pass, Louisiana
Image#15819

 

Image#20669
Logging canals from early 1900's clear cut all the bald cypress.  This is now marsh.
Pass Manchac, Louisiana
 
 
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