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Global Climate Change: The Status of Science and Implications for Coastal Louisiana

Source: http://www.laseagrant.org (14 Feb. 2007)
The Third Presidentsí Forum on Meeting Coastal Challenges will provide an opportunity for state and community leaders to learn about the accepted pool of scientific information on global climate change and discuss its implications for coastal Louisiana. The one-day meeting will focus on four areas:

-Trends in temperature, precipitation and run off
-Tropical storm frequency and intensity
-Sea level rise in coastal sustainability
-Future planning/lessons learned


Location:   Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Dates:   March 20-20, 2007
Contact Information:   Jo Paula Lantier
Phone: +1 225-578-6445
Email: jopaula@lsu.edu


Home Page URL:   http://www.laseagrant.org/forum/03-20-2007.htm

Keywords:   Climate change, Sea level rise, Storm, Sustainability


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