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Naturalist Crosses the Lake (version 9.0)

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8-4-21 version 9.0

Source: Greater New Orleans Expressway Commission

A NATURALIST CROSSES

LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN

By Robert A. (Bob) Thomas, Center for Environmental Communication, School of Mass Communication, and The Environment Program, Loyola University New Orleans (Certified Master Naturalist, Louisiana Master Naturalists of Greater New Orleans Chapter) – rathomas@loyno.edu, 504-865-2107

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8-4-21 version 9.0

A NATURALIST CROSSES LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN

Drive Down Bayou Lafourche

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Drive Down Bayou Lafourche
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10-17--21 Version 6.5

DRIVE DOWN BAYOU LAFOURCHE: A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF NATURAL HISTORY, ECONOMIC, AND CULTURAL ASPECTS OF THE DRIVE FROM U.S. 90 TO GRAND ISLE, PORT FOURCHON, AND ELMER’S ISLAND, LOUISIANA

By Robert A. Thomas, Loyola Center for Environmental Communication, School of Communication & Design, Loyola University New Orleans, & Louisiana Master Naturalists of Greater New Orleans (rathomas@loyno.edu, 504-865-2107)

Thixotrophy

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Thixotropy, Delta Journal, Times-Picayune, November 18, 2007, C-11

Delta Journal

by Bob Thomas

A walk down the beach where the water laps up on the sand, especially in Alabama and Florida where the water is clear and the sand is white, is relaxing but can be a bit biologically misleading.

Lithophide Stone - Beach Rock

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Lithophide stones, Delta Journal, The Times-Picayune, July 29, 2007, C-11

Lithopede stoneDelta Journal

by Bob Thomas

If you spend much time on the beaches of Louisiana, you are bound to find odd looking hardened objects that appear to be stone. But, rocks on a beach? That doesn’t make sense on the Gulf coast.