Louisiana History Washes Away As Sea Levels Rise, Land Sinks

Started by gash, January 07, 2017, 10:03:23 pm

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Louisiana is losing its coast at a rapid rate because of rising sea levels, development and sinking marshland. Officials are trying to rebuild those marshes and the wetlands, but much of the coast can't be saved. This makes Louisiana's history an unwitting victim. As land disappears and the water creeps inland, ancient archaeology sites are washing away, too.

Richie Blink was born and raised in Plaquemines Parish, La. -- way down south of New Orleans along the Mississippi River. Now he works for the National Wildlife Federation.

Read more  :  http://www.npr.org/2017/01/04/505320391/louisiana-history-washes-away-as-sea-levels-rise-land-sinks
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