Weekend News


Low level seismos continue – fluid movement Saturday morning at 6:30 a.m. and then off to the races at 7 a.m..


Contractor dies in Chevron pipeline accident off Louisiana coast

Florida Tops Natural Risk Exposure List (Louisiana is #3)


Fuzz continues on the helicorders Sunday. At 2:11 p.m. there was a long slosh. LA12 show it.

3.2 quake at Snyder, Texas

Silent forces of destruction: Sinkholes capable of swallowing homes, trees, even Corvettes < has mention of Bayou Corne

The was a big Enviro Jouros’ Meeting and it paid attention to Lake FUBAR 🙂

Society of Environmental Journalists explores Louisiana’s issues: What others are saying

Get off your butt and report By Eric Freedman

2013 article on journos and Bayou Corne (we missed it) – Red StateThe Bayou Corne Sinkhole, Part I: Ridiculing the Press,  Part 2




5 thoughts on “Weekend News

  1. Just what is the Atchafalaya Basin Program

    Atchafalaya Basin Program – Technical Advisory Group (TAG) Meeting
    Thursday | September 18, 2014 | 9:30 am – 11:00 am
    Location: Griffon Room at the LaSalle Building, 617 North Third Street, Baton Rouge, LA

    SEPTEMBER 24, 2014
    Oil and Gas Hearings
    Proposed Statewide Order No. 29-R-14/15
    Atchafalaya Basin Program – Research and Promotion Board Meeting

  2. There was two quake that the recorder pick up the Arkansas recorders and the sinkhole recorders.
    The first one from San Felipe, Mexico at 12:23 UTC time took 5 min. to get to the sinkhole ?
    Geysers, California quake was too late it was at 12:48 UTC time
    Just what going on here ?

    Arkansas recorders pick up.
    07:28 CDT time or UTC time at 12:28
    07:34 CDT time or UTC time at 12:34
    And on the sinkhole recorder pick up.
    07:28 CDT time or UTC time at 12:28
    07:32 CDT time or UTC time at 12:32
    This one at 12:23 UTC time took 5 min. to get to the sinkhole
    M4.9 – 74km SE of San Felipe, Mexico2014-09-15 12:23:43 UTC
    M2.6 – 9km WNW of The Geysers, California 2014-09-15 12:48:26 UTC

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