Land loss in Louisiana's coastal parishes has slowed in recent years, per research from the US Geological Survey. The lack of major hurricane activity is a major reason for the trend, said geographer Brady Couvillion, who warned that land loss could accelerate in the future.
Study: Land loss along La.'s coastline slows
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