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LSU Oceanography & Coastal Sciences Chair Selected as 2022 AAG Fellow

LSU Oceanography & Coastal Sciences Chair Selected as 2022 AAG Fellow

The American Association of Geographers (AAG) has selected Kam-biu Liu as one of 13 of their 2022 Fellows. He is one of two faculty in the LSU College of the Coast & Environment who have earned this national honor (including his wife, Nina Lam, Professor & Abraham Distinguished Professor of Louisiana Environmental Studies in the Department of Environmental Sciences), which recognizes scholars who have made significant contributions to advancing geography. Liu is the George W. Barineau III Professor and Chair of the LSU Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences and a highly awarded expert in the field of paleoenvironmental change, or climate change that happened in the distant past.

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Under a Moon Spell: Shark Attacks Related to Lunar Phases

Under a Moon Spell: Shark Attacks Related to Lunar Phases

New research from LSU and the University of Florida suggests that more shark attacks occur during fuller phases of the moon. While the exact cause remains unclear, the researchers found that more shark attacks than average occur during periods of higher lunar illumination and fewer attacks than average occur during periods of lower illumination.

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CC&E Congratulates the Fall Class of 2021!

CC&E Congratulates the Fall Class of 2021!

On December 17, the LSU College of the Coast & Environment awarded degrees to 23 graduates of the fall class of 2021.

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