28 Oct 2015
Creating Horseshoe Bend Island, Atchafalaya River, Louisiana
B. SUEDEL, S.-C. KIM, J. BERKOWITZ, N. BEANE, E. SUMMERS, D. EVANS, J. CORBINO
As mounds of dredged material placed upriver are dispersed by the river’s current, an island with enriched wildlife has emerged.
A diverse assemblage of native plant and animal life has colonised the island.
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