CC&E Photo Gallery

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Andrew Armbrust, CC&E undergraduate student, enjoying the scenery during a trip with ENVS professor Kevin ArmbrustKanchan Maiti and his students sampling soil out in the Gulf of Mexico.Collecting fish for microbial analysis of their gut. Port Sulfur, LA. Photo Credit: Brian SnyderDr. Quirk (left) and Gina Groseclose (right) taking samples out in Barataria Bay.

Taking classes at CC&E is taking students to new heightsGina Groseclose doing field work in the Barataria BayGina Groseclose controlling a boat on a field work tripGina Groseclose and a classmate out in Barataria Bay

Andrew Armbrust, CC&E undergraduate student, enjoying the scenery during a trip with ENVS professor Kevin ArmbrustWokil Bam posing with equipment in tall grass. Credit-Wokil BamPatrick Robichaux posing in a marshResearchers posing behind equipment with a body of water in the background. Credit-Wokil Bam

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

Shane Flinn, DOCS master’s student, electrofishing Pushepatapa Creek, Louisiana. Electrofishing is a harmless research method to sample fish populations for density and abundance.Sampling trip in Big Branch Wildlife Refuge. Photo Credit: Grace CagleResearcher wearing ear protection and a vest posing with a large, yellow flowerMark W Miller: Field Support Field Manager, and Ali Reza Payandeh: PhD student deploying water samplers and ADV (acoustic doppler velocimeter) to measure water level and currents

Hard-hatted researchers posing with equipment and a body of water in the background. Credit-Wokil BamCollecting fish for microbial analysis of their gut. Port Sulfur, LA. Photo Credit: Brian SnyderCollecting fish for microbial analysis of their gut. Port Sulfur, LA. Photo Credit: Brian SnyderHard-hatted researchers assembling equipment with a body of water in the background. Credit-Wokil Bam

Sampling trip in Big Branch Wildlife Refuge. Credit: Grace CagleSampling trip in Big Branch Wildlife Refuge. Photo Credit: Grace CagleDr. Hiatt's student, Sara Ates (Phd student), at a wetland channel at Wax Lake Delta.Dr. Hiatt's students Sara Ates (Phd student) and Md. Kifayath Chowdhury (MS student) installing an Acoustic Doppler Velocitmeter (a device to measure water velocity) within a wetland channel at Wax Lake Delta.

LSU Marine Chemistry group on the Pelican