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Coastal housing in Louisiana
Houses south of Houma

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Coastal housing in Louisiana
Houses south of Houma
Pervious vs. impervious surfaces Conceptual diagram illustrating the differences between surfaces that allow groundwater flow, and surfaces that restrict it, and how each affects groundwater quality. Diagram from "Shifting Sands" (pg. 32) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/93/ diagram,environment,human,community,development,infrastructure,water quality,roofing,green roof,runoff,groundwater Annapolis View across Annapolis. From front to back: Back Creek, Spa Creek, Severn River. Also visible are the US Naval Academy, and the Route 450 and Route 50 bridges. The Anne Arundel wastewater treatment plant is visible front left. Chesapeake Bay river,shoreline,city,buildings,Annapolis,Anne Arundel,boats,boat,docks,marina Coastal housing in Louisiana Houses south of Houma Coastal,Louisiana,coastal,processes,coastal,erosion,clear,hurricane,sea,level,rise,development,coastal,Louisiana The Cambridge wastewater treatment plant The Cambridge wastewater treatment plant Chesapeake Bay,MarylandChoptank River,Cambridge,wastewater,treatment,plant,sewage,residential,houses Baltimore Harbor Tall ship in Baltimore Harbor, Maryland sidewalk,city The Old Building and the Sea Rundown wooden buildings on the shore of Johnson's Bay Coastline,estuary,Johnsons Bay,Maryland Coastal Bays,Old,Buildings
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Album name:tcarruth / Development/Infrastructure
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Keywords: Coastal, Louisiana, coastal, processes, coastal, erosion, clear, hurricane, sea, level, rise, development, coastal, Louisiana
Author Name:Tim Carruthers
Author Company:IAN, UMCES
Date created (MM/DD/YYYY):11/19/2005
Media Type:Photo
File Size:4756 KB
Date added:Sep 01, 2006
Dimensions:2592 x 1944 pixels
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Image Description:Houses south of Houma
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Date Time:2006:09:01 15:48:42
DateTime Original:2005:11:19 13:22:19
DateTime digitized:2005:11:19 13:22:19
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IPTC Title:Coastal housing in Louisiana
IPTC Copyright:Copyright to the photographer. Free for any use if appropriate credit is reproduced with the image.
IPTC Keywords:coastal processes,coastal erosion,clear,hurricane,sea level rise,development,coastal Louisiana
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