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Jessie Deichmann is recording ecosystems for posterity, and analyzing their biodiversity sounds for conservation. [Read More]
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The wreck was near Toledano Street. [Read More]
State agencies have collaborated with education groups to produce Story Maps illustrating the state's 50-year coastal master plan, in an effort to unify groups behind... [Read More]
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A new study found that thousands of miles of internet cable will be underwater due to sea level rise in just 15 years. [Read More]
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This year's Perseid meteor shower promises to be extra-illuminating, peaking this weekend in New Orleans' northeastern skies. [Read More]
Who wrote that Beatles song? New research in statistics may have your answer. [Read More]
No, cats won't fix New Orleans's rat problem. Feral cats are an ecological disaster, scientists say. [Read More]
Authorities see conflicts with the Antiquities Act and the welfare of wildlife, particularly native bees. [Read More]
When animals shift north to escape warming temperatures, their parasites -- and pathogens -- may hitch a ride. [Read More]
In Louisiana, chronic flooding is expected to affect 41,000 homes, 99,000 people and up to $36 million in potentially lost property tax revenue by 2045. [Read More]
Researchers unleash half a million termites on a full-replica tiny house and watch them destroy it from the inside out. [Read More]
Land and Water Conservation Funds come from oil and gas lease revenue. [Read More]
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