Coast 2050: Toward a Sustainable Coastal Louisiana : Report of the Louisiana Coastal Wetlands Conservation and Restoration Task Force and the Wetlands Conservation and Restoration Authority. The appendices
Louisiana Department of Natural Resources, 1999 - Coastal ecology
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PRIOR AND PREDICTED LAND LOSS PREVIOUS
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acres of marsh American alligators and/or natural gas benefit this unit Benefits of Regional blue crab brackish marsh Calcasieu Lake Calcasieu Pass Calcasieu River Calcasieu Ship Channel Cameron Parish channel catfish Coastal Use/Resource Objectives coots dabbling and diving decline by 2050 Description and Landscape diving ducks Drainage Pump Stations expected to decline Fish and Wildlife fresh marsh furbearers Future Land Loss gallinules GIWW Gulf menhaden H H H Habitat Description habitats Historic Land Loss hydrology intermediate marsh Land Loss Projections largemouth bass Louisiana Highway 27 Mapping unit strategies marsh habitats marsh loss Mermentau River Natural Gas Active oil and/or natural populations of dabbling populations of seabirds Previously Proposed Strategies Programmatic Strategies projected to remain Regional Ecosystem Strategies Regional Strategies remain stable resident and migrant Sabine Lake saline marsh shorebirds species spotted seatrout stable populations strategies are expected Sy Sy Sy Unit and Programmatic unit include VH■VH wading birds waterfowl