The combination of building levees along the Mississippi River, dredging canals and drilling for gas and oil, and climate change have conspired to erode the delta along the lower Mississippi River. Here's how much has disappeared in the last seven decades
The Corps of Engineers spends $100 million dollars a year to dredge the Mississippi River in order for large boats to continue to use the river. This Sediment Capture Syphon can reduce this burden significantly while continuously dredging the river
The Tide Pump as illustrated in the how it works video can be manufactured with long lasting materials into a vertical box culvert type structure then shipped to the embankment area. The TV-16 Cheniere au Tigre and west Holly Beach
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