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From: Susan Horton
Subject: Weekly Highlights, USGS National Wetlands Research Center, July 25 2006


USGS Partners with University of Louisiana Library for Wetlands Exhibit: The USGS National Wetlands Research Center (NWRC) in Lafayette, Louisiana prepared a wetlands exhibit featuring materials from the NWRC library for display in the University of Louisiana’s (UL) Dupre Library. In addition to wetland science, the exhibit highlights information on ecotourism, recreation, careers, art and educational materials available for educators and students. Exhibits also include mapmaking tools and maps showing historic and current coastal wetland loss in Louisiana. USGS librarian Linda Broussard coordinated the exhibit with help from USGS geographer Chris Wells, USGS contractors Cassie Thibodeaux, Heidi Hitter, Susan Horton, Kelly Mouton, and Judith Haydel, and UL student intern John Breaux. The exhibit will run through August 31. (Susan Horton, Lafayette, LA, 337-266-8655)

Press Inquiries/Media

USGS geographer Larry Handley was interviewed by the Shreveport Times (LA) about the Wetlands Education Through Maps and Aerial Photography (WETMAAP) Workshop that he conducted as part of a summer science institute for middle school teachers in the Shreveport area. The article was published July 19.

USGS scientist Virginia Burkett was interviewed about sea level rise impacts on Gulf Coast transportation by John Biers of Dow Jones Newswires. The article, "Warming Could Be Dire For Gulf Coast Ports - US Study," appeared July 19.

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