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Water, Volume 9, Issue 6 (June 2017)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Deltas, such as the Mississippi River Delta, are innately dynamic systems and climate change adds a [...] Read more. Deltas, such as the Mississippi River Delta, are innately dynamic systems and climate change adds a layer of complexity to predicting ecological and social changes to these productive systems both with and without human intervention. Sediment diversions are a unique restoration tool to reconnect the Mississippi River to its deltaic plain and are inherently adaptable as operations can be modified over time. Utilizing an interdisciplinary panel, operation strategies were explored to build and sustain the coastal landscape while also balancing the ecosystem and community needs. View this paper