He and state climatologist Barry Keim have been working on several research papers that use high-water marks from around the Gulf of Mexico and the country to determine if there is a better correlation to be made between wind speed and storm surge.
Sure, that new video “Resolving Pathways of Functional Coupling in Human Hemoglobin Using Quantitative Low Temperature Isoelectric Focusing of Asymmetric Mutant Hybrids” has a good beat. But can you dance to it? In 2009, LSU professor of biological sciences Vince LiCata proved that yes, you can. He was one of four winners in a now-annual contest… Read More
LSU criminologist Ed Shihadeh said he is very surprised to see the numbers drop as much as they did. “Frankly, these are amazing numbers because there are very few cities that are able to drop their crime rates this much in such a short period of time,” he said.
It’s no surprise that some coastal wetlands are more valuable than others, but the question several researchers at LSU are trying to answer is how much more valuable. Walter Keithly, associate professor and Richard Kazmierczak, professor with the Center for Natural Resource Economics and Policy, are surveying coastal landowners to see how they use their… Read More
The Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation has announced that LSU juniors Catherine Fontenot of Basile, La., and Matthew Landrieu of New Orleans are among 62 students nationwide to receive the prestigious Truman Scholarship. “We are extremely proud of Catherine and Matthew for their commitment to serving others and working to make the world a better place… Read More