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Changes in the annual growth rings of exposed tree roots after exposure to the elements allow us to utilize exposed tree roots that are available on project sites for erosion rate assessment.

This method, known as dendrogeomorphology, has been predominantly used in Europe for land slide and hill-slope erosion assessment. But over the past 10 years, Bryan Dick and Ian Jewel have developed its use for assessing river and streambank erosion...

Read More - Getting to the Root of Erosion Workshop

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Tagsroot dendrogeomorphology, Erosion, stream, streambank,

Louisiana’s coastal bayous and bays are vital to more than just its ecological health, providing the recreational, industrial and cultural basis for Louisiana’s economy. Louisiana is blessed with an abundance of surface water, so much so that the use of that surface water, for industrial, municipal and petrochemical pursuits has not reached the point where aquatic ecosystems have suffered.

But with increases in population and the petrochemical industry, saltwater intrusion, climate change...

Read More - Environmental Flow: Saving Louisiana’s Crown Jewel

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Tagsenvironmental flow, environment, louisiana, gulf, bayou, estuary, stream, river, surface water,