Coastal Champion: Nancy Rabalais is unstoppable in her pursuit to protect the Gulf of Mexico

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LSU Coast & Environment Researcher Working to Improve Climate Change Impact Forecasts for Marine Ecosystems

LSU Coast & Environment Researcher Working to Improve Climate Change Impact Forecasts for Marine Ecosystems

A new international study that includes research from LSU found that higher resolution data are critical to predict how ocean warming will impact various ocean species and marine ecosystems. LSU scientist Cheryl Harrison co-coordinated the team of 23 international researchers from the U.S., Australia, Europe, and Canada, who produced this milestone paper for marine climate change impact projections. She is an assistant professor in the LSU Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences within the College of the Coast & Environment and in the LSU Center for Computation & Technology.

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New Model by LSU Researchers Could Help Predict Gulf of Mexico Hurricanes

New Model by LSU Researchers Could Help Predict Gulf of Mexico Hurricanes

CC&E's Paul Miller is part of a team of researchers who have determined a way to forecast rough hurricane seasons in the Gulf of Mexico by looking at atmospheric temperatures in spring.

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LSU Nurtures Coastal and Environmental Collaboration in Panama

LSU Nurtures Coastal and Environmental Collaboration in Panama

For years, LSU and its College of the Coast & Environment have nurtured international collaborations with Panama to enable Panamanian industry and government leaders to make informed decisions about the conservation, management, protection and development of coastal and environmental assets.

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