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22 April 2011

Mississippi River Delta, U.S.A

The mighty Mississippi flows south and trails into the Gulf of Mexico  through a vast, subtropical landscape of rivers, marshes, and low-lying barrier islands. At the rim of the delta, the Chandeleur Islands form a natural buffer zone for the heavily populated coastal regions of Louisiana—which include New Orleans—against increasingly stormy seas.


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