Louisiana revival: Eco-engineering on a giant scale

New Scientist: The bays and bayous of coastal Louisiana were in trouble even before the Deepwater Horizon disaster. How far should we go to return them to their former glory? STANDING knee-deep in the waters of Bay Jimmy in south-eastern Louisiana, Daniel Deocampo pours a bucket of clay mixed with seawater into the marsh. Oil swirls around our legs and the air reeks of burnt petroleum. With oil from BP's Deepwater Horizon spill sitting in the bay, the burning question is - remove the oil or wait for ......

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