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Breaux Act: History

Because of the nature of my research many of the references I found and used were online. If that was the case than the in text citation links directly to that source. For pictures you will notice I have provided the source as a link underneath each. Bellow are all the written sources I have cited on this web site, if you have any questions feel free to e-mail me.

Works Cited

Burdeau, Cain. Breaux tries to extend La. coast restoration funding for 10 years. Advocate. Baton Rouge, La; May 29, 2004. pg 2.B.X

Clark, Norma; Lee, Darin M.; Townson, Mary Anne. Timbalier Island Plantings Demonstration: Progress Report NO. 6. Monitoring Series No. TE-18-MSPR- 0700-6, December 2000.

Dunne, Mike. Saving barrier islands costly, necessary task. Advocate. Baton Rouge, La; September 2, 1998. pg 11.B.S

Dunne, Mike. Successful project raising questions *** Researchers unsure why sand is accumulating behind breakwaters around Raccoon Island. Advocate. Baton Rouge, La; November 9, 1999. pg 17.A

Steyer, GD; Llewellyn, DW. Coastal Wetlands Planning, Protection, and Restoration Act: A programmatic application of adaptive management. Ecological Engineering. July, 2000; 15 (3-4) pg. 385-395.

Tidwell, Mike. Bayou Farewell: The Rich Life and Tragic Death of Louisiana's Cajun Coast. 2003. Pantheon, New York, New York.

Wold, Amy. LA. Island Restoration Praise. Advocate. Baton Rouge, La; March 21, 2005. pg 1-B; S

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