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Our Coast, Our Delta: In Barataria Bay, LSU Researchers Track the Effects of Sediment Diversion
LSU researchers are at work in Barataria Bay, assessing the current ecosystem and building a better understanding of the potential effects of the upcoming sediment diversion.
What is Resilience?
College of the Coast & Environment Professor Nina Lam has been awarded the UCGIS 2023 Research Award for her work on creating a standard measurement to define a community's resilience to severe weather and other disasters.
CC&E Fondly Remembers Dr. James Coleman
CC&E remembers the life and work of Dr. James M. Coleman, director of the Coastal Studies Institute and one of the foremost coastal geologists of his time.
CC&E Presents the Spring Class of 2023
The College of the Coast & Environment is excited to announce its latest graduates.
Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences Welcomes New Chair
DOCS Associate Chair Kanchan Maiti will replace outgoing Chair Kam-biu Liu, who is returning to being a full-time faculty member.
CC&E Announces Interim Dean
Director of the Center for River Studies Clint Willson will take over as Interim Dean of the College of the Coast & Environment
What's for dinner: better understanding the feeding habits of mosquito larvae
Department of Environmental Sciences Assistant Professor Rebeca de Jesus Crespo is studying the eating habits of mosquito larvae, as part of a larger project to better understand mosquitos in urban environments.
CC&E Student Named to 2023 Tiger Twelve
Coastal Environmental Sciences student Aine O'Nuanain was named to the Tiger Twelve Class of 2023.
In the Lab with CC&E
Undergraduate student lab workers work in hard in faculty research labs across CC&E, contributing to the knowledge of coastal and environmental issues while reaping the benefits of participating in world class research.
AI in Alaska: LSU researchers work to understand permafrost and climate change
An LSU scientist using artificial intelligence to better understand Alaskan permafrost. His research has implications for Louisiana as well.
The Future is Phytoplankton! Catching up with CC&E's Discover Grant Awardees
Four Coastal Environmental Sciences students were recipients of LSU Discover Grants this year. We caught up with them to see how their projects were doing.
'Father of Paleotempestology' To Recieve Lifetime Achievement Award
Kam-Biu Liu, the George W. Barineau III professor and chair of the Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences, will receive the award from the American Association of Geographers' Climate Specialty Group.
If You Build It, They Will Come: Study Supports Marsh Creation as a Tool to Restore Coastal Louisiana
An important question in marsh creation is whether the created marshes will be similar in ecological value to the existing marshes. A new study headed by CC&E faculty shows they will.
A Sweet New Way to Capture Carbon
CC&E's Brian Snyder investigates the potential of sugarcane and other feedstocks to help capture carbon emissions.
CC&E Professor Named a 2022 LSU Rainmaker
Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences Associate Professor Z. George Xue has been named an LSU Rainmaker in the mid-career category.
104 Lives Changed... And Counting!
The Lipsey brothers' impact on coastal education continues to grow.
Helping Early Career Scientists Get Their Feet Wet
Wetland Scientists Create Travel Award
Paul Miller Becomes 4th Oceanography & Coastal Sciences Professor to Win NSF Career Award
Paul Miller, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences, recently won an National Science Foundation Early Career Award for his work on the Saharan Air Layer.
Student Research Spotlight: Siarah Hall
CC&E undergraduate student Siarah Hall discusses her research experiences, which include trips to Bermuda and Little Cayman.
CC&E Announces Outreach Fund Sponsored by APTIM
Local environmental industry leader works CC&E to help local students learn more about the environment.
A Look At D'Elia's Tenure As Dean
A retrospective of Dean D'Elia's tenure as the longest serving dean at LSU and the longest in the history of LSU.
Congratulations to CC&E's Fall Class of 2022!
The College of the Coast & Environment is excited to congratulate its latest graduates!
Coupled Computer Modeling Can Help More Accurately Predict Coastal Flooding, Study Demonstrates
LSU researchers used a novel coupled computer modeling approach to accurately recreate the coastal flooding that occurred during Hurricane Florence, demonstrating that it is more accurate than traditional modeling approaches.
CC&E Study Shows Landbuilding in Davis Pond, Site of Freshwater Diversion
CC&E scientists say land is being created at one of two sites on Louisiana's coast
CC&E Celebrates World Fisheries Day
In honor of World Fisheries Day, here are a few highlights from the work of CC&E's fisheries researchers.