Accession Number : ADA316429
Title : Programmatic Hydrologic Management Environmental Impact Statement and Appendices.
Descriptive Note : Final rept.
Corporate Author : ARMY ENGINEER DISTRICT NEW ORLEANS LA
PDF Url : ADA316429
Report Date : 01 OCT 1996
Pagination or Media Count : 774
Abstract : Louisiana's coastal marshes were, still are and will continue to be a place to fish, hunt ducks, and harvest furs and oysters. Early on, those attributes defined the life styles of some (Ensminger, 1989; Davis 1993b) and are the foundation of the culture for others (Davis 1993b). Those same marshes are where a network of man-made waterways was created during the first half of this century to facilitate navigation-related economic enterprises and where oil and gas exploration and extraction efforts have been on-going for nearly a century. Projects to protect the economic infrastructure of south Louisiana from flooding initiated during the earlier part of this century are also a prominent factor that has, is and will continue to shape the future of Louisiana's coastal marshes.
Descriptors : *COASTAL REGIONS, *RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, *HISTORIC SITES, *CULTURAL RESOURCES, ECONOMICS, NETWORKS, HYDROLOGY, GASES, MANMADE, WETLANDS, SOUTH(DIRECTION), WATERWAYS, LOUISIANA, OYSTERS, INFRASTRUCTURE.
Subject Categories : Administration and Management
Economics and Cost Analysis
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE