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EFFORTS TO SAVE WETLANDS
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Planting marsh grass to save fragile
 shoreline Note: Jetties in background
Chenier Au Tigre, Louisiana
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Growing terrace plots in marsh
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Christmas trees stacked to slow erosion
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Planting marsh grass to save fragile
 shoreline Note: Jetties in background
Chenier Au Tigre, Louisiana
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Dredging to build up banks
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Loading marsh grass for planting
along eroding shoreline
Chenier Au Tigre, Louisiana
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LA Hwy. 82 has been rebuilt on landward
side due to coastal erosion
Johnson's Bayou, Louisiana
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Rock jetties built to protect priceless
marsh from further erosion
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Rock jetties built to protect Grand Isle
from coastal erosion
Grand Isle, Louisiana
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Newly accreted land in the Atchafalaya Bay
Atchafalaya Basin, Louisiana
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Concrete protection levee on
barrier island beach
Fourchon, Louisiana
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Rocks lining GIWW to stop
boat wake erosion
Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana

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Terracing project to promote marsh grass growth in eroding marsh
Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana
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Waves breaking over rock jetties built to protect shore from erosion
Grand Isle, Louisiana
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The Gulf Intracoastal Waterway's unprotected left bank is eroding,
rocks protect the right side of the canal
Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana
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Tires put out to control erosion where
two oil field canals meet.
Leeville, Louisiana

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Rock jetties built to help slow coastal erosion
Grand Isle, Louisiana
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Spoil deposit from Corps of Engineer dredge in the Mississippi River Ship Channel, deposited into Vermilion Bay to
help build new marsh
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Terracing efforts to promote growth
and slow currents to save eroding marsh

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Terracing efforts to save eroding marsh
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Terracing efforts to promote growth
and slow currents to save eroding marsh

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Break in rock dyke along lower MS River to let freshwater and sediment into the eroding and subsiding marsh
Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana



 


Terracing project near Intracoastal City to repair marsh
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
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See Also:

Coastal Erosion     Wetlands     Aerials of Wetlands     Saltwater Intrusion

Salt Marsh        Brackish Marsh      Freshwater Marsh      Various Marshes


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