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What is saltwater intrusion and how is it affecting Louisiana's drinking water?

  • The drought in the Mississippi River is allowing salt water from the Gulf of Mexico to flow upstream, endangering the drinking supplies of communities along the river.
  • Officials are rushing to prepare for the potential arrival of salt water in New Orleans, the most populous city in the state, as little rain is forecasted.
  • Efforts are being made to combat the saltwater intrusion, including the heightening of an existing sill and the monitoring of the effects on agriculture and drinking water.
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