Barataria and Terrebonne Bays: Chapter F in Emergent wetlands status and trends in the northern Gulf of Mexico: 1950-2010

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Abstract

The study area included in the Barataria and Terrebonne Bays vignette of southeastern Louisiana spans eastward from Terrebonne Bay to Barataria Bay (Figure 1) and includes portions of Terrebonne, Lafourche, St. Charles, Jefferson, Orleans, Plaquemines, and St. Bernard Parishes. This area falls between the Mississippi River on the east and northeast, extends down through the western shore of Lake Salvador and the Dixie Delta Canal, then runs west to Houma and follows Louisiana Route 315 to the coast; Barataria and Terrebonne Bays are separated from each other by Bayou Lafourche.

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Publication type Report
Publication Subtype Other Government Series
Title Barataria and Terrebonne Bays: Chapter F in Emergent wetlands status and trends in the northern Gulf of Mexico: 1950-2010
Year Published 2018
Language English
Contributing office(s) Wetland and Aquatic Research Center
Description 25 p.
Larger Work Title Emergent Wetlands Status and Trends in the Northern Gulf of Mexico: 1950-2010 report
First page 1
Last page 24
Conference Title 2013 Gulf of Mexico Alliance (GOMA) All Hands Meeting
Conference Date June 25-27, 2013
Country United States
State Louisiana
Other Geospatial Barataria Bay; Terrebonne Bay