CC&E Photo Gallery

Tailgate 2017-students and onlookers examine sedimentErick Swenson taking measurements in a marshPatrick Robichaux posing in a marshWokil Bam posing with equipment in tall grass. Credit-Wokil Bam

Johnny Ryu and two DOCS researchers with equipment standing in tall grassResearchers examining equipment on a boat in a marshStudent in water to chestSarah Wood, DOCS M.S. graduate from WABL, as she was headed out on a CC&E vessel to study sites in Barataria Bay.

Dr. Ruth Gates discussing corals with interested studentsFrom left to right Christopher D'Elia, James Porter, Antonio Busalacchi, and Ruth GatesGuests and staff viewing Coral Reefs in Crisis event posterAudience at movie screening

Paul Sammarco, Ruth Gates, and Jim Porter talking and laughing at receptionPorter lecturingHard-hatted researchers posing with equipment and a body of water in the background. Credit-Wokil BamSmiling researchers on a boat holding scientific samples in ziploc bags. Credit-Wokil Bam

Hard-hatted researchers assembling equipment with a body of water in the background. Credit-Wokil BamResearchers posing behind equipment with a body of water in the background. Credit-Wokil BamShane Flinn, DOCS master’s student, electrofishing Pushepatapa Creek, Louisiana. Electrofishing is a harmless research method to sample fish populations for density and abundance.Researcher wearing ear protection and a vest posing with a large, yellow flower


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Photo Submission Guidelines

  • Anyone can submit photos, but students who submit photos must be in good academic and judicial standing with the university to be featured on the home page gallery.
  • All photos must be submitted via email to as a .jpeg or .png file. The subject line should read: “Home Page Photos.” The file name and/or body of the email must include:
    • a caption of the photo listing the names and titles or classifications of all individuals portrayed in the image (i.e.—Jane Doe, adjunct professor of Oceanography, CC&E, and John Doe, undergraduate junior of Environmental Sciences, CC&E
    • the date in which the photo was taken
    • the location where the photo was taken
  • Please include the person’s name, their role at CC&E, and what they are doing in the photo. The more specific, the better. Photos do not need to include a person in them to be accepted.
  • By submitting a photo you, 1) authorize LSU to share your photo on the institution’s website and social media channels and 2) authorize that each person (if there is more than one person) in the photo has agreed to these terms and conditions.
  • No copyrighted materials may be submitted unless you own the copyright or have a license to use the material for this purpose.
  • Content must not: 1) include or promote illegal behavior; 2) include or support racial, religious, sexual or other prejudice; 3) include or advocate sexual violence or exploitation; 4) violate rights established by law or agreement; 5) invade the privacy of any person; 6) contain any situations which expose any persons appearing in the photo to physical injury; or 7) contain violence, nudity, obscenity, profanity, or be otherwise inappropriate nor show CC&E in a way that could lead to public disrespect, shame, or ridicule as determined by the college.
  • LSU CC&E reserves the right to accept or reject any photo submission for any reason.