Fiberoptic strain meters capable of measuring micron-scale subsidence reveal a Holocene sediment package on the Mississippi Delta that is mostly stable.
With a deficit of sediment needed to compensate for relative sea level rise, a new study demonstrates that organic material cannot be ignored in evaluating mass and volume accumulation rates.
New research finds that man-made river diversions have previously led to land losses.
Scientists look at a possible connection between increased wealth and decreased water pollution in Louisiana.
Real-time updates of storms will help forecasters track and predict where the most damage could occur.