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CC&E scientists say land is being created at one of two sites on Louisiana's coast
In honor of World Fisheries Day, here are a few highlights from the work of CC&E's fisheries researchers.
Oceanography & Coastal Sciences Professor Chunyan Li picked up the global atmospheric shockwaves sent out by the eruption of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai volcano on air pressure sensors in his home and office.
Letting Nature Lead the Fight - US Army Corps of Engineers Reinvests in LSU to Protect Military Infrastructure Using Nature-Based Designs
LSU researchers and the US Army Engineer Research and Development Center are using the Louisiana coastline as a living laboratory as they team up to develop a set of engineering and design strategies to protect the Army's infrastructure and people.
CC&E joined with the East Baton Rouge Parish School System and LSU's College of Human Sciences and Education to host AASA, the school superintendent's association, for their STEM Leadership Consortium.
On the 50th anniversary of its passage, CC&E faculty discuss the local significance of the Clean Water Act as well as its future.
LSU Scientist leads a US team In International Effort to Understand Air-sea Gas Exchange in Labrador Sea
An LSU Scientist will be leading the US team as part of an international research expedition to the Labrador Sea
With a new grant from NASA, LSU scientists will track the impact of severe weather disturbances on the coastal wetlands and estuaries in Louisiana and Texas.
LSU scientists will be using innovative techniques to document biodiversity in the Gulf of Mexico as part of the NOAA's Marine Biodiversity Observation Network
Scientists will examine natural sources of the greenhouse gas methane along Louisiana's coast
Some of the litter in Baton Rouge neighborhoods may be coming from an unexpected source: the city's garbage trucks
Little Rodent, Big Appetite: Researchers identify the dietary impacts of invasive mice on the Farallon Islands
Rodents on the Farallon Islands, the largest seabird breeding colony in the contiguous U.S., have had a large impact on the native ecosystem, says new research at LSU.
An LSU researcher releases the largest ever assessment of marine turtle diving behavior in the Gulf of Mexico.
CC&E Expands the Pipeline for a Diverse Workforce of Coastal and Environmental Scientists Through Partnerships with Four Local Schools
CC&E faculty partner with local school leaders to reach the next generation of coastal and environmental scientists.
LSU scientists determined the smaller size of the Dead Zone in the Gulf of Mexico is primarily due to lower than expected river levels
Department of Environmental Sciences Chair Kevin L. Armbrust was named a 2022 Fellow of the American Chemical Society
LSU Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences Professor Emeritus John Day recently co-authored a study highlighting the nature of coastal wetland loss in Louisiana and around the country. The study was published on July 1 in Science Advances, a publication of the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences.
A new study published today provides stark information on the global impact of nuclear war.
LSU oceanographer develops new model to better predict barrier island retreat
On May 20, the LSU College of the Coast & Environment awarded degrees to 32 graduates of the spring class of 2022.
Marine ecologists warn of coral extinction by the end of the century.
On April 27, the LSU College of the Coast & Environment, or CC&E, and the College of Science, or CoS, jointly hosted a reception to honor the LSU faculty members who have been recently elected as Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences (AAAS).
The LSU College of the Coast & Environment has partnered with Blue Latitudes and the Louisiana Parole Project on a National Science Foundation, or NSF, Convergence Accelerator-funded project that will analyze the use of decommissioned petroleum platforms as artificial reefs while providing Parole Project participants with workforce training needed to succeed.
LSU Assistant Professor Jennifer Brum is one of five in the nation who have earned this year's Simons Foundation grant for her project, "Early Career Investigator in Marine Microbial Ecology and Evolution Award." The Simons Foundation is a national organization dedicated to advancing the frontiers of research in mathematics and the basic sciences.