SHERWOOD M. GAGLIANO, PH.D. 929 E. Lakeview Dr.

Baton Rouge, La 70810 GEOLOGIST/GEOMORPHOLOGIST/ENVIROMENTAL SCIENTIST EDUCATION: Doctor of Philosophy/1967/Louisiana State University/Physical Geography Masters of Science/1963/Louisiana State University/Physical Geography Bachelor of Science/1959/Louisiana State University/Geology PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Society of American Archaeology Geological Society of America Society of Economic Geologists and Paleontologists Society of Sigma Xi EXPERIENCE: Dr. Sherwood M. Gagliano, senior partner and Chief Executive Office of Coastal Environments, Inc. (CEI), an applied science and planning firm whose principle office is located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He has extensive experience in coastal zone management, resource management, regional planning, environmental processes, coastal and alluvial geology, mariculture, and archaeology. In addition to his formal training, he has served as Principal Investigator or Project Director for innumerable environmental, geological and archaeological projects since incorporating CEI in 1967. He has conducted fieldwork on coastal and riverine geology, processes, and archaeology on US Gulf and Atlantic Coasts, Australia, Malaysia, Mexico, Brazil, Peru, and Nicaragua. Dr. Gagliano has also served as management advisor and consultant for over twenty-five years to various owners of large, lowland properties in coastal Louisiana. His advisory services include development, permit acquisition, and monitoring of wetland management plans; fisheries resources development and mariculture operations; wetland restoration and stabilization; advising on surface leases; bioengineering for shoreline protection and enhancement of biodiversity; mitigation development; 3-D seismic surveys and environmental compliance on private lands; and geoforensic investigations related to ownership of waterbottoms and environmental damages. He has qualified and testified as an expert witness in numerous disputes argued in State and Federal Courts involving environmental issues, including wetland property damages, and boundary disputes. For almost 40 years Dr. Gagliano has been one of the foremost experts on coastal processes, land loss, and coastal planning and restoration in deltaic environments, especially coastal Louisiana. He has provided long-term advisory services to the US Environmental Protection Agency, US Fish and Wildlife Service, and the State of Louisiana on multi-use management
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of river basins and coastal wetlands. He currently is working on plans for restoration, stabilization and multiple use of Louisiana’s hurricane ravaged coastal zone. Relevant Project Experience: • Long Term Community Recovery Planning, Coastal Louisiana; for FEMA. Development of long term recovery and coastal protection plan for St. Bernard Parish. Project Director (2006). New Orleans – Wide Recovery Plan Development, New Orleans, LA; for Henry Consulting. Evaluated existing and proposed coastal protection and restoration plans for eastern perimeter of New Orleans and developed comprehensive protection plan for Greater New Orleans East Gulf Portal and eastern portion of Orleans and St. Bernard Parishes. Project Director (2006) Studies and design of submersible floating concrete surge breakers for shallow coastal waters. (2005-Ongoing) Studies of pollution and toxic waste in Legacy Oil Fields, Southwestern Louisiana. (2005-2006) Evaluation of effects of geological faults on levee and floodwall failures during Hurricane Katrina. (2006 -2007) Environmental and Planning Studies for Proposed St. Charles International Airport; for St. Charles Land Syndicate. Project Director. (2005). Development of Wetland Management Plan (1984) and Monitoring Program (Ongoing); Lafourche Parish, LA; for Lafourche Realty Co., Inc. Prin. Invest. (Ongoing). Mississippi River – Gulf Outlet (MRGO) Closure and Mitigation for Damages; for St. Bernard Parish Government & LA Dept of Natural Resources. Evaluated causes of land loss related to 1963 canal dredging and developed mitigation program, including infrastructure, to close channel and restore/stabilize wetlands in vicinity of channel. Project Director (2000 – 2005). Evaluation of Fault Hazards along proposed re-alignment of LA HWY 1, Lafourche Parish, LA; for Wilbur Smith and Associates and Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development. Project Director (2004). Studies of Geological Faults and Land Change in Southeastern Louisiana; for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New Orleans District, Contract No. DACW 29-00-C-0034. Project Director. (2002-2003). New Cut and Whiskey Island West Flank Restoration, Terrebonne Parish, LA and Ship Shoal Lease Block 88 and South Pelto Lease Block 13 areas, Gulf of Mexico; for EPA
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Region 6. Reviewed geological interpretations of remote sensing investigation. Senior Scientist/Geologist (2003). • Southeast Louisiana Fault Study, Mississippi River Deltaic Plain Region, LA For USA Corps of Engineers, New Orleans Dist. Conducted literature research and map and airphoto analysis on subsurface geology, salt domes, faults and land loss in coastal LA. Directed fieldwork (vibracores, elevation transects, salinity, vegetation and sediment sampling) to obtain data across suspected fault scarps. Analyzed data and prepared report of findings, including maps depicting faults and land loss, regarding relationship of faults to land loss and need for hazards assessment of coastal restoration projects, infrastructure, and development in coastal LA. (2002-2003). Evaluation of Freshwater Diversions for Eastern Terrebonne Basins, Terrebonne Parish, LA; for Louisiana Department of Natural Resources. Applied form-process model to project area to select preferred freshwater diversion plan. Prin. Invest. (2002) Development of a Position Paper in Reference to the Louisiana Coastal Restoration Program; for the Louisiana Landowner’s Association. (2001-2002). Penchant Basin Wetlands Data Collection & Report Preparation, Terrebonne Parish, LA; for Natural Resources Conservation Service. Used literature reviews, air photo interpretation and field data to ascertain causes of floating marsh breakup and suggest possible management options. Prin. Invest. (2001) Professional Services, EPA, Region 6, Coast 2050-Lafourche Conveyance Channel, Lafourche Parish, LA; for EPA. Conceptual design to convey freshwater and sediment to restore wetlands. Senior Scientist. (2000) Professional Services, EPA, Region 6, Coast 2050: Authored section of Coast 2050 Report on “Faulting and Subsidence Evaluation in relation to coastal land loss, LA”; for EPA. Senior Scientist. (1998-2000) Professional Services, EPA, Region 6, Coast 2050: Comprehensive Coastal Planning, LA. Planning Management Team member/author of sections of report related to faults in Coastal Louisiana and Restoration Strategies. Prin. Invest. (1998-1999) KCS Railroad Advisory Services, Geismar, LA; for Kansas City Railway Co. Site selection planning, public scooping for proposed 9-mile long rail road. Senior Scientist. (1992-1999) Recommendations for Conservation Management and Restoration of the Wetlands of Eastern Orleans Parish, Louisiana; for New Orleans City Planning Commission. Prin. Invest. (1996) Onshore Cultural Resources Investigations in Louisiana, various locations; for Corps of Engineers, New Orleans District. Prin. Invest. (1974-1996)

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EIS and Master Plan for the Bayou Sauvage National Wildlife Refuge, Orleans Parish, LA; for US Fish and Wildlife Service. Prin. Invest. (1995) Bayou Sauvage National Wildlife Refuge, EIS, Orleans Parish, LA; for US Fish & Wildlife Service. Development of alternatives, geologic databases, public presentations. Senior Scientist. (1994) Studies of Coastal Erosion and Development of Plans for Stabilization of Barrier Islands and Gulf Shore along Louisiana Coast and Master Restoration Plan, Coastal Louisiana (An Environmental-Economic Blueprint for Restoring the Louisiana Coastal Zone: the State Plan); for A Dept. Natural Resources. Prin. Invest. (1992-1994) Studies of Freshwater Needs in Areas Adjacent to the Mississippi River and Recommendations for Freshwater Diversions; for LA Dept. Natural Resources. Prin. Invest. (1992) Restoration and Conservation of the Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana Coastal Area; for South Terrebonne Tidewater Management and Conservation District. Prin. Invest. (1990) Wetland and Barrier Island Management Studies, Terrebonne Parish, LA; for Terrebonne Parish Police Jury. Prin. Invest. (1990) Wetland Management and Freshwater Diversion Projects and Development of Coastal Management Programs; for St. Bernard Police Jury and Plaquemines Parish Council. Prin. Invest. (1986) Erosion Studies along the Mississippi River-Gulf Outlet; for St. Bernard Parish Police Jury and LA Dept. Natural Resources. Prin. Invest. (1984) Development of Louisiana Coastal Management Plan and Guidelines; for LA Dept. of Transportation and Development. Prin. Invest. (1982) Highway Routes and Bridge Crossings: I-410, I-510 Interchange, I-310 Interchange, US 90 Morgan City - Gibson, Luling Bridge Crossing, and Gramercy Bridge Crossing, Louisiana; for Louisiana Dept. of Highways. Prin. Invest. (1967-1982) Habitat Mapping and Land Loss Studies, Louisiana and Mississippi Coastal Zones; US Fish and Wildlife Service and LA Dept. Natural Resources. Prin. Invest. (1979-1980) Environmental Studies of the Atchafalaya Basin, LA, including development of a Multiuse Management Plan; for US Environmental Protection Agency. Prin. Invest. (19721980) Floodplain Management of the Cache River Basin, AR; for Arkansas Wildlife Federation and Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. Prin. Invest. (1977)

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Offshore Cultural Resources Survey, Northern Gulf of Mexico; for National Park Service. Prin. Invest. (1974) Ecological Studies of Proposed LA Superport, Coastal LA; for LOOP. Prin. Invest. (1972) Hydrologic and Geologic Studies of Coastal Louisiana; for US Corps of Engineers, New Orleans. Prin. Invest. (1969-1972)

Litigation Support and Expert Testimony 1973- Federal District Court, New Orleans, Louisiana • Federal Magistrate Morey L. Sear. • Sierra Club v. US Army Corps of Engineers in Matter of Atchafalaya River and Bayous Chene, Boeuf and Black, Louisiana. • Concerned inadequacy of Environmental Impact Statement for a proposed navigation channel project. • Witness for Sierra Club, qualified as geologist, geomorphologist, archaeologist, environmental scientist, with broad knowledge of environmental matters including hydrology, sedimentary processes, archaeology, hydrology, coastal plants and animals, interpretation of aerial photographs, etc. Trial testimony on natural setting and environmental impact of the proposed channelization project. 1974- Federal District Court, New Orleans, Louisiana • Ecology Center of Louisiana, Inc., Sierra Club, Louisiana Shrimp Association and New Orleans Audubon Society v. US Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration and State of Louisiana. • Concerning adequacy of Environmental Impact Statement, Interstate Highway I-410. • Witness for LA Dept of Highways. Deposed on matters related to natural setting and environmental impact of the proposed highway project. 1986- Federal District Court, New Orleans, Louisiana • Judge Henry Mentz. • Norma Calzada Ehret et al. v. American Petrofina Co. of Texas. • Concerning bank and marsh erosion related to construction of a canal. • Witness for Norma Calzada Ehret et al., qualified as in no. 1. Deposition and court testimony on natural setting, cultural history, environmental processes and change, environmental impact of canal, measures to stabilize area, and measures to restore the area. Conducted archive research, field data collection and aerial reconnaissance and photography. Utilized geological, archaeological, geomorphic, hydrologic, sedimentological, faunal, floral, historic, eyewitness testimony and other data to reach conclusions. 1987- Federal District Court, New Orleans, Louisiana • Judge Morey L. Sear. • Lydia Harrison Ryan et al. v. Southern Natural Gas Co., et al. • Concerning bank and marsh erosion related to construction of a canal in Lafourche Parish, LA.
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Witness for Lydia Harrison Ryan et al. Deposition and court testimony on matters related to natural setting, cultural history, environmental processes and change, environmental impact of canal, measures to stabilize area, and measures to restore the area.

Federal District Court, New Orleans, Louisiana • State of Louisiana, ex Rel. W. J. Guste, Jr., Att. Gen. v. J. G. Watt, Secretary US Department of Interior and United States of America. • Concerning allocation of Outer Continental Shelf oil and gas revenues related to the "8g" zone. • Witness for state of Louisiana, deposed and submitted technical report on matters related to geological and natural setting of the Louisiana and Texas coastal and Outer Continental Shelf Areas. Studied nature and extent of OCS activity and factors related to onshore impact of these activities. Evaluation focused on environmental impact of OCS activities with comparison between Louisiana and Texas areas. • Out of court settlement. February 1989-25th Judicial District Court, Parish of Plaquemines, State of Louisiana • Judge Michael Kirby. • Arkla Exploration Co. v. Delacroix Corp. et al. • Witness for Delacroix Corp., gave testimony regarding origin and changes in water bodies on subject property. Reconstructed conditions circa 1812, 1842, and 1901. Dealt with matters related to the geology, archaeology, hydrology, history, ecology, hydrology, biology, and use of the area and waterbodies. May 1989- 25th Judicial District Court, Parish of Plaquemines, State of Louisiana • Judge Emile E. Martin III. • Delacroix Corp. v. Jones O'Brien, Inc. and Martin Exploration Co. • Witness for Delacroix Corp., gave testimony regarding origin and changes in water bodies on subject property. Reconstructed conditions circa 1812, 1842, and 1901. Dealt with matters related to the geology, archaeology, hydrology, history, ecology, hydrology, biology, and use of the area and waterbodies. 1990 • Chevron USA Inc v. M. S. Bizette, et al. • Consolidated involving development and changes of False River area and property ownership along shore; for State of Louisiana; Expert witness for map and photo interpretation of physiographic changes. May 1991- 24th Judicial Court, Parish of Jefferson • Judge Joseph Tieman. • West Jefferson Levee Dist v. Mayronne. • Witness for Mayronne estate, deposed and gave testimony regarding wetland character of property, suitability of property for development, feasibility of obtaining Sect. 404 and Coastal Use permits for subject property. Testimony dealt with geology, geomorphology, soils, environmental characteristics, historic land use, and wetland permit process.
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August 1990- Judicial District Court, Parish of Pointe Coupee, State of Louisiana • Judge Angolio. • Chevron, Inc. v. Aucoin, et. al. • Witness for State of Louisiana, Department of Justice. Prepared technical report and gave testimony regarding origin and changes of False River Lake. Reconstructed conditions of lake in 1812. Testimony dealt with geology, geomorphology, history, and hydrology. 1983- State Court, Parish of West Feliciana, Louisiana • Robert S. Towles, et al. v. State of Louisiana. • Boundary dispute concerning evolution of a Mississippi River Meander Bend to a Cutoff Lake (Raccourci-Old River). • Submitted technical report. • Witness for Louisiana Department of Justice reconstructed history of change and development of oxbow lake. Conducted archive research, field data collection and aerial reconnaissance and photography. Utilized geological, geomorphic, hydrologic, sedimentological, floral, historic, and other data to reach conclusions. 1985– 1991- United States District Court, Eastern District of Louisiana • Judge Patrick Carr. • Summersgill Dardar et al., and State of Louisiana v. Lafourche Realty, Inc. et al. Civil Action NMo. 85-1015, Div. "J". • Concerning the navigability of waterways intersecting a man-made canal (the Tidewater Canal) in Lafourche Parish, Louisiana. • Witness for Lafourche Realty Co., Inc. submitted technical reports and gave depositions. Gave testimony in February 1991. Reconstructed prehistoric and historic development and changes in area. Conducted archive research, field data collection, and aerial reconnaissance and photography. Utilized geological, archaeological, geomorphic, hydrologic, sedimentological, faunal, floral, historic, eyewitness testimony, and other data to reach conclusions. 1979 – 1989- Florida State Court, Tallahassee, Florida • Coastal Petroleum Co. v. Agrico Chemical Co. • Boundary dispute concerning conversion of phosphate minerals under streams and water bodies claimed by the state of Florida. • Witness for Agrico Chemical Co., Submitted technical report. Reconstructed natural and cultural history of area. Conducted archive research, field data collection, and aerial reconnaissance and photography. Utilized geological, archaeological, geomorphic, hydrologic, sedimentological, faunal, floral, historic, eyewitness testimony, and other data to reach conclusions. Study focused on size, depth and conditions of streams and water bodies, evidence of high water lines, nature of floodplains, etc.

1990 - 25th Judicial Court, Plaquemines Parish, State of Louisiana • School Board v. Plaquemines Parish Government.
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Witness for Plaquemines Parish Government. Prepared affidavit concerning 1812 condition of certain Section 16 lands in the West Bay area of Plaquemines Parish, LA.

September 1991- 24th Judicial District Court, Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana • Judge Joseph Tieman. • West Jefferson Levee District v. Coast Quality Construction Corporation. • Issue of taking. • Witness for Coast Quality Construction Corp. January 1992- Calcasieu Parish, State of Louisiana • Raymond Edward Hankamer, et al. v. Angelina Hardwood Lumber Co., et al. • Issue of navigability of streams breaking mineral servitude. • Witness for Angelina Hardwood Lumber Co. • Settled. August 1992 • Judge Michael L. McNaulty. • St. Mary Parish, Franklin, Louisiana. • State of Louisiana, Dept. of Transportation and Development v. Hellenic, Inc. December 1994 - Division C. Court, Parish of Terrebonne, Houma, Louisiana • Judge Timothy C. Ellender. • Gertie Bourg Theriot, et al. v. Carl Bourg, et al. • Testimony (merit witness) in dispute among Harry Bourg Corp. family members regarding investments in Bourg Mariculture, Red Fish Hatchery, Inc. Testimony about suitability of Bourg property for fish farming and operation of Red Fish Hatchery, Inc. 1995- United States Court of Federal Claims • Judge C.O.C. Miller • Albert J. Avenal, Jr., et al. v. The United States • Issue of damage to oyster leases resulting from Caernarvon Freshwater Diversion project. Technical expert for US Department of Justice. Submitted written report. 1995- 17th Judicial Court • Shell Pipe Line Corporation v. Lafourche Realty Company, Inc., 17th JDC No.: 77532 “A” • Expropriation of pipeline right of way in Lafourche Parish, LA. Issue of excessive environmental damage and restoration of damage. Witness for defendant. Developed assessment of environmental damage, alternative construction approaches, restoration methods and estimates of restoration costs.

1995- US District Court for the Western District of Louisiana, Lafayette-Opelousas Division
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Judge Haik Charles R. Blanchard, Sr. and West Louisiana Crawfish Producers Assoc., Inc. vs Atchafalaya Crawfish Conservation Association, Inc. Issue of navigability, right of commercial crawfishermen to catch crawfish in privately owned swamplands of Atchafalaya Basin, Louisiana. Technical expert for defendants, Atchafalaya Crawfish Conservation Association, Inc. Submitted written report.

1996- 25th Judical Court, Division “B”, Plaquemines Parish, State of Louisiana. • Judge William A. Roe • Albert J. Avenal, Jr., et al. vs The State of Louisiana and Department of Natural Resources. Docket No. 38-266 • Gave testimony in class action hearing regarding river overflows and their effect on oyster conditions in Breton Sound • Witness for Louisiana and the Department of Natural Resources 1996- United States Court of Federal Claims • Creppel et al. v. The United States • Issue of loss of property value, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana. • Provided a deposition for the trial 2000 – 25th Judicial District Court, Division “A” • Plaquemines Parish, State of Louisiana • Judge Ragusa • Plaquemines Parish Government vs. State of Louisiana, et al., 25th JDC No. 33-953 c/w Chevron USA, Inc., et al. vs. State of Louisiana 25th JDC No. 34-211, Div. “A” (West Bay Case) 2000 – 32nd Judicial District Court • Terrebonne Parish, State of Louisiana • Judge John R. Walker • 40 Acres Corp. vs. Grant Geophysical, Inc., 32nd JDC, No. 116,900, “E” 2000 - U.S. District Court, Western District of Louisiana, Lake Charles Division. • Cameron Parish, State of Louisiana • Sweet Lake Land and Oil Co. and North American Land Co., Inc. vs. Union Oil Company of California (Unocal). • For Smith, Jones & Fawer, L.L.P., on behalf of The Sweet Lake Land & Oil Company, Inc. and The North American Land Company, Inc. • Environmental damage claim for eroded marsh north of Sweet Lake, Cameron Parish. Geographical investigation of the Sweet Lake area. • Expert Witness

2004 – Iberia & St. Martin Parishes
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Cameron Parish, State of Louisiana West et. al. vs. Amerada Hess Corp, et. al. Claims by crawfishermen for environmental damage caused by oil and gas exploration. Examine physical setting of site, collect field data, review maps and air photos.

2005 – 32nd Judicial District Court, Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana • Terrebonne Parish, State of Louisiana • Continental Land & Fur vs. State of Louisiana, State Land Office • For Milling Benson Woodward, L.L.P. • Dispute related to ownership of waterbottoms. Witness testimony regarding origin and changes in water bodies on subject property. Dealt with matters related to the geology, archaeology, hydrology, history, ecology, hydrology, biology, and use of the area and waterbodies. 2002-2006 - 38th Judicial District Court, Cameron Parish, Louisiana. • Dore Energy, Inc. v. Carter-Langham, Inc., et al. • Judge Wade Fontenot • For Jones, Verras and Freiberg, LLC, New Orleans, Louisiana. • Environmental damages associated with oil field development. Expert witness, historical research, trial testimony. 2008 – 38th Judicial District Court, Cameron Parish, Louisiana • Cameron Parish, State of Louisiana • Harris v. BP America • For Talbotm Carmouche & Marcello • Environmental damages associated with gas plant operations in Grand Chenier, Louisiana. 2008 – U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Louisiana. • Orleans Parish, State of Louisiana • Robinson v. United States Army Corps of Engineers • For Lambert and Nelson, and Pierce O’Donnell • Environmental damages associated with excavation and operation of the Mississippi River Gulf Outlet • Fact witness testifying to timeline of events 2008 - 15th Judicial District Court, Vermilion Parish, Louisiana. • Vermilion Parish, State of Louisiana • Larry Davie Meaux, et. al. v. Hilcorp Energy, et. al. • For Due, Price, Guidry, Piedrahita & Andrews, P.A. • Environmental damages associated with oil field development. Expert witness, historical research, trial testimony. 2008 – 38th Judicial District Court, Cameron Parish, Louisiana • Cameron Parish, State of Louisiana • Dore Energy, Inc. v. Samedan Oil Corp. • For Jones, Swanson, Huddell & Garrison, L.L.C.
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Environmental damages associated with oil field development and mineral production. Expert witness, historical research, trial testimony.

2009 – 25th Judicial District Court, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana • Plaquemines Parish, State of Louisiana • Delacroix Corp. vs. State of Louisiana, State Land Office • Dispute related to ownership of waterbottoms. Witness testimony regarding origin and changes in water bodies on subject property. Dealt with matters related to the geology, archaeology, hydrology, history, ecology, hydrology, biology, and use of the area and waterbodies. 2009 – 34th Judicial District Court, St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana • St. Bernard Parish, State of Louisiana • Biloxi Marsh Lands Corp. vs. State of Louisiana, State Land Office • Dispute related to ownership of waterbottoms. Witness testimony regarding origin and changes in water bodies on subject property. Dealt with matters related to the geology, archaeology, hydrology, history, ecology, hydrology, biology, and use of the area and waterbodies. Compliance Inspection and Restoration • • • • 3-D Seismic Survey Inspection and Restoration, Delta Wildlife Refuge, Plaquemines, LA; US Fish and Wildlife Service. Project Director. 1997. 3-D Seismic Survey Inspection and Restoration, Marsh Island Wildlife Refuge, St. Mary Parish, LA; LA Dept. Wildlife and Fisheries. Project Director. 1996. 3-D Seismic Survey Inspection and Restoration, Lafourche Parish, LA; Lafourche Realty Co., Inc. Project Director. 1995. Co-developed environmental restoration plan for segment of Shell MARS Pipeline, Lafourche Parish, LA. Monitored construction related to implementation of restoration plan. Project Director. 1996-1998. Evaluation of Marsh Damage and Recommendations for Repair, 3-D Seismic Survey of Louisiana Delta Farms Property, Lafourche Parish, LA. Project Director. 1997.

Selected Reports and Publications: Geological, Environmental Sciences and Planning Reports Cyclic Sedimentation in the Mississippi River Deltaic Plain. 1964. Transactions of the Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies 14:67-80 (with J. Coleman).

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Sedimentary Structures: Mississippi River Deltaic Plain. 1965. Primary Sedimentary Structures and Their Hydrodynamic Interpretation. Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Special Publication 12:133-148 (with J. Coleman). Reports on the Mekong River Delta. 1968. Louisiana State University, Coastal Studies Institute, Technical Report (with W. McIntire). Sedimentation in a Malaysian High-Tide Tropical Delta. 1970. In Deltaic Sedimentation: Modern and Ancient. Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Special Publication 15, pp.185-197 (with J. Coleman and W. Smith). Deterioration and Restoration of Coastal Wetlands: Coastal Engineering. 1970. In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Coastal Engineering, Washington, September 13-18, Volume 3, pp.1767-1781 (with H. Kwon and J. van Beek). Hydrologic and Geologic Studies of Coastal Louisiana. 1970. Coastal Studies Institute and Department of Marine Sciences, in 7 volumes (with H. Kwon, R. Muller, P. Light, J. van Beek and M. Alawady). Controlled Diversions in the Mississippi Delta System: An Approach to Environmental Management. 1971. Hydrologic and Geologic Studies of Coastal and Marine Resources, Coastal Resources Unit, Center for Wetland Resources, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge (with P. Culley, D. Earle, C. Latiolais, P. Light, N. Roques, A. Rowland, R. Shlemon, and J. van Beek). Proposed Multiuse Management Plan for the Louisiana Coastal Zone. 1972. Prepared for presentation to the Louisiana Advisory Committee on Coastal and Marine Resources, Coastal Resources Unit, Center for Wetland Resources, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge (with P. Culley, D. Earle, C. Latiolais, P. Light, N. Roques, A. Rowland, R. Shlemon, and J. van Beek). Environmental Aspects of a Superport off the Louisiana Coast. 1972. In: Center for Wetland Resources, Louisiana Superport Studies, Report No. 1, Preliminary Recommendations and Data Analysis. pp. 281-317 (with J. Day, Jr.). Process-Form Approach to the Interpretation of Arenaceous Deposits, 6 Lectures. 1972. In: Crawford, Frank comp. and ed., Arenaceous Deposits: Sedimentation and Diagenesis, 1972 National Conference on Earth Science, Banff, Canada. pp. 3-144. Environmental Evaluation of the New Orleans East Area. 1972. Coastal Resources Unit, Center for Wetland Resources, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge (with D. Earle, A. Rowland, and P. Templet). Environmental Effects of Canals, Dredging, and Land Reclamation in Louisiana Coastal Zone. 1973. Hydrologic and Geologic Studies of Coastal Louisiana 14. Environmental Atlas and Multiuse Management Plan for South-Central Louisiana. 1973. Hydrologic and Geologic Studies of Coastal Louisiana 18.
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An Approach to Multiuse Management in the Mississippi Delta System. 1975. In: Broussard, Martha Lou, ed., Deltas as Models for Subsurface Exploration. Houston Geological Society (with J. van Beek). Environmental Base and Management Study - Atchafalaya Basin, Louisiana. 1975. Socioeconomic Environmental Studies Series, Office of Research and Development, US Environmental Protection Agency, EPA-600/5-75-006 (with J. van Beek). Mississippi River Sediment as a Resource. 1976. In: Saxena, R. ed., Modern Mississippi Delta Depositional Environments and Processes, AAPG/SEPM pp. 103-125 (with J. van Beek). Handbook for Development in Coastal Louisiana. 1977. Prepared for Louisiana State Planning Office, by Coastal Environments, Inc. (with M. Urechaga, D. Earle, A. Moore, and J. Westcoat). A Process for Coastal Resource Management and Impact Assessment. 1976. Prepared for the Louisiana Office of State Planning, by Coastal Environments, Inc. (with M. Urechaga et al.). Cache River Basin: A Study in Floodplain Management. 1977. Prepared by Coastal Environments, Inc. (with K. Wicker, R. Emmer, J. van Beek, and J. Smith). Siting Energy Related Facilities in Louisiana's Coastal Zone. 1978. Prepared for Coastal Resources Program, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development, by Coastal Environments, Inc. (with M. Urechaga and D. Earle). A Jetty from Point Chevreuil: An Evaluation of a Proposal to Reduce Sedimentation in the Cote Blanche Bays and Vermilion Bay. 1977. Prepared by Coastal Environments, Inc. for the Atchafalaya Basin Division, Louisiana Department of Culture Recreation and Tourism (with J. van Beek, R. Emmer, B. Small, and K. Wicker). Land Loss in the Mississippi River Deltaic Plain. 1981. Transactions of the Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies, Vol. 31, pp. 295-300 (with K. Meyer-Arendt, and K. Wicker). St. Bernard Parish: A Study in Wetland Management. 1982. The US Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; and the State of Louisiana, Department of Natural Resources, Coastal Management Section (with J. van Beek and K. Meyer-Arendt). Louisiana's Eroding Coastline: Recommendations for Protection. 1982. US Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; and the State of Louisiana, Department of Natural Resources, Coastal Management Section (with J. van Beek, D. Roberts, D. Davis, and D. Sabins).

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The Neck Cutoff Oxbow Lake Cycle Along the Lower Mississippi River. 1984. Proceedings of the Conference (83) Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Division, American Society of Civil Engineers, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 24-26, 1984. pp. 147-158 (with P. Howard). Independent Review. In: Barth, Michael C. and James G. Titus, eds., Greenhouse Effect and Sea Level Rise. 1984. Van Norstrand Reinhold Co., pp. 2966-300. The Mississippi River Gulf Outlet: A Study of Bank Stabilization. 1984. Prepared for St. Bernard Parish Police Jury; the US Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; and the State of Louisiana, Department of Natural Resources, Coastal Management Section (with P. Howard, et al.). Long-term Management and Protection of Plaquemines Parish. 1986. Prepared for Plaquemines Parish Commission Council by Coastal Environments, Inc. (with J. van Beek, T. Duenckel, P. Howard, K. Meyer-Arendt, and D. Roberts). Renewal and Use of the Mississippi River Deltaic Plain. 1984. Water, Science and Technology, vol. 16, pp. 699-705, Rotterdam (with J. van Beek). Controlled Diversions in the Mississippi River Deltaic Plain. Proceedings of International Symposium, Wetlands and River Corridor Management, Association of Wetland Managers, Inc., Charleston, SC, July 5-8, 1989. Processes of Wetland Erosion in the Mississippi River Deltaic Plain. 1990. Proceedings of the Conference on Marsh Management in Coastal Louisiana: Effects and Issues, June 7-9, 1988, Baton Rouge. Louisiana Department of Natural Resources and US Fish and Wildlife Service (with K. Wicker). Development Corridors in the Mississippi River Deltaic Plain. Proceedings of the Association of State Floodplain Managers Conference, Asheville, NC, June 11-15, 1990. Evaluation and Recommendations for Management of the Louisiana Land and Exploration Company Marshlands, South Louisiana. Coastal Environments, Inc., 1991. (with D. Roberts and K. Wicker). Wetland Loss and Coastal Erosion: Coastal Louisiana as a Case Study. Proceedings of CLE International Conference on Wetlands and Coastal Resource Issues in Louisiana. New Orleans, LA, December 6-7, 1990. Determining Navigability: 1812 to Present. 1992. Proceedings of the 39th Annual Mineral Law Institute, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, March 26-27, 1992. (with W. Pitts). A Long - Term Plan for Louisiana's Coastal Wetlands. 1993. Office of Coastal Restoration and Management, Louisiana Department of Natural Resources, Prepared by Coastal Environments, Inc.
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