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Uploaded on Jul 28, 2010

Dr. Denise Reed of the University of New Orleans explains the process of land-building in the Mississippi River Delta. The video, produced by the National Audubon, National Wildlife Federation and Environmental Defense Fund, is set at the active Wax Lake Delta of the Atchafalaya River west of New Orleans.

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