It's common knowledge that hurricanes and tropical storms raise salinity levels, but what happens after the storm is gone? If you're on social media (and who isn't these days?) then you surely see the same, typical comments from Louisiana locals whenever a tropical storm approaches: "This ought to give Lake
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This underwater obstruction in Pointe Aux Chenes destroyed the boat's propeller, leaving us stranded. This is where the navigational hazard is located.If you're subscribed to my email list then you already heard about this little mishap and perhaps even inquired as to its exact location.So, if that was you, thank