3097 What Makes the Mississippi Delta Sink? Desktop /Portals/0/PackFlashItemImages/WebReady/TEMP-Mississippi_River_Delta_and_Sediment_Plume.jpg?width=200&height=235&quality=75&mode=crop&encoder=freeimage&progressive=true

Deltaic subsidence constitutes a classic geological problem, with implications for the accumulation of resource reservoirs as well as coastal degradation associated with accelerated relative sea-level rise.

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