NWNL Press


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Newspaper & Online Articles:

NWNL visits Belle River

aTravellersJourney.com

SomalilandPress.com

Terralingua Langscape

Raritan Headwaters Association

China Dialogue

International Rivers

NWNL on a Green Mission

NWNL at Hurricane Sandy Benefit

Sea Speak Sphere

African Rainforest Conservancy

Soc. of Environmental Journalists

International Rivers

Huffington Post

ILCP Interviews

Ladue News

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

St. Louis Beacon

Discovery’s Planet Green

Hunterdon County Democrat

Hunterdon Review

Darien News

Darien Times

Invermere Valley Echo

Boston Globe

Castlegar News

Alive Magazine

Jackson Free Press

Columbia River

Connecticut Post

Reports:

American Rivers ’14

Int’l Rivers, July ’10

Mara Expedition ’09

Columbia Exped. ’08

Columbia Exped. ’07

Book Entries & Notices:

Atchafalaya River Basin ’14

Umbrella Arts ’11

Explorers Log ’11

NYC Sierra Club ’10

Enviro Photographer of the Year ’10

Expedition News ’09

Conservation Board, Huntington NY ’09

Mara River Flows ’09

Magazine Articles:

Africa Geographic ’11

Conservation: Alison Jones & NWNL

NANPA Currents ’11

NANPA Expressions ’11

Explorers Club Journal ’10

World Rivers Review ’10

World Rivers Review ’09

NANPA Currents ’09

World Ark Mag. ’08

The Loupe ’08

S. R. Observer

Rivertalk

Photographer’s Forum


NWNL Press


The Atchafalaya River Basin:
History and Ecology of an American Wetland

by Bryan P. Piazza (Texas A&M University Press, 2014)

Photos by NWNL’s Alison M. Jones appear in this important account of one of North America’s most important ecosystems. The book describes the Atchafalaya River Basin, why it is important, how its hydrology and natural habitats have been managed, its current state, and how we can ensure its survival.

Author Bryan P. Piazza is director of freshwater and marine science at The Nature Conservancy, Louisiana, based in Baton Rouge, where he leads the applied science program in support of conservation projects across the Gulf states. He also serves as a consultant, providing technical and scientific advice on a range of environmental damage, restoration, and compliance issues.

To read more about the book, its author and reviews received, please visit The Nature Conservancy’s website. There’s a Purchase link at the bottom of that page; or one can go directly to this book’s link at Amazon Books. It is certainly a worthwhile book that deserves a permanent space on the bookshelf of anyone interested in Louisiana, the Atchafalaya Basin or watershed issues in general.