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For decades, south Louisiana residents have watched coastal landmarks disappear as erosion worsened and the Gulf of Mexico marched steadily inward.
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Just because you've mapped a physical land feature, it doesn't mean it will stay that way forever. This is a reminder that the Earth and it's cultural and physical landscapes are constantly changing.
Tags: mapping, erosion, landscape.
I find it quite facinating how the world changes. Some of the worlds most beautiful things may not be here 30 years from now. It is quite humbling that things that man builds can be taken away by Mother Nature. As the years pass the memories made will be vanished by the environment.
News 8 chief photojournalist Kevyn Fowler captured a road collapsing in Freeport, Maine during a storm.
Another reason why you shouldn't drive on flooded roads. Amazing how quickly this road went from looking fine to having a gaping hole in it.
Very interesting view of the forces of erosion. This would make a good addition to any science discussion that covers erosion and the forces of nature on the land.
Erosion in Action | @scoopit via @APHumanGeog http://sco.lt/...