Mississippi River - Baton Rouge to the Gulf of Mexicoby O.M. Jernigan,
Serial Information: Journal of the Waterways and Harbors Division, 1957, Vol. 83, Issue 2, Pg. 1-11
Document Type: Journal Paper
Lower Mississippi River is navigable by deep draft shipping for more than 250 mi above its mouth; Congress has authorized planning of tidewater outlet for port of New Orleans separate from Mississippi River; river channels which are to be deepened to 40 ft from Gulf of New Orleans will continue to be used by oil tankers and special cargo carriers.
Subject Headings: Gulfs | Developing countries | Rivers and streams | Freight transportation | Tides | Ports and harbors | Mississippi River | North America | Louisiana | United States | Gulf of Mexico | Baton Rouge | New Orleans
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