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April 28th, 2016

Study: Warming Mississippi River water at its delta is extending growing season for grass on new land

UL Professor of Geosciences, Jenneke Visser, along with David White, Loyola University New Orleans professor of biol... Read More ➝
January 26th, 2016

7 million year-old camel fossil unveiled at Lafayette museum

In cooperation with the Lafayette Science Museum, the University of Louisiana at Lafayette school of geosciences rel... Read More ➝
November 1st, 2015

University 100 class assisted with work on the Cade Wetlands Research Center

As part of their community service effort, Mr.... Read More ➝
November 1st, 2015

Graduate Stutents Participate in Society for Exploration Geophysics

Geology graduate students Zachary Ghalayini and Jude Alekhue participated in the Student Education Program sponsored... Read More ➝
July 28th, 2015

The School of Geosciences at UL Lafayette acquires a new portable instrument to unlock the chemistry of rocks and soils

The Geology Program has purchased a hand-held X-ray fluorescence (XRF) instrument for reading the chemistry of rocks... Read More ➝
July 28th, 2015

UL Lafayette researchers secure funding from the NSF to study the Food-Energy-Water nexus

Dr. David Borrok in the School of Geosciences with collaborators Dr. Rafael Hernandez in Chemical Engineering, Dr.... Read More ➝
May 12th, 2015

Researchers trace carbon dioxide levels to prehistoric times

A new way to measure past levels of carbon dioxide in the Earth’s atmosphere may help scientists better understand h... Read More ➝