The role of deep processes in late 20th century subsidence of New Orleans and coastal areas of southern Louisiana and Mississippi

@inproceedings{Dokka2011TheRO,
  title={The role of deep processes in late 20th century subsidence of New Orleans and coastal areas of southern Louisiana and Mississippi},
  author={Roy K. Dokka},
  year={2011}
}
  • Roy K. Dokka
  • Published 2011
  • Geology
  • [1] Geodetic leveling observations from Biloxi, MS, to New Orleans, LA, and water level gauge measurements in the New Orleans–Lake Pontchartrain area were analyzed to infer late 20th century vertical motions. These data were used to test the validity of previous subsidence rate measurements and the models that predict the location and causes of subsidence. Water gauges attached to bridge foundations and benchmarks affixed to deep rods that penetrate Holocene strata subsided as much as 0.8 m… CONTINUE READING

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