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Current Graduate Research

Current Graduate Research
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Nicholls State University Dept. of Biological Sciences
Nicholls State University MS in Marine and Environmental Biology
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Current research in the Bayousphere Research Lab involves field projects ranging from the upper Barataria Estuary in southeastern Louisiana all the way to the Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge in southwestern Louisiana.  Laboratory research includes work with spotted gar, alligator gar, water quality, and seed germination requirements. There are currently six graduate students working out of this lab! 

Emily Rombach

Hormonal and Physiological Reproductive Seasonality of Spotted Gar Lepisosteus oculatus in the Upper Barataria Estuary

Justin Duke Comparing Life History Characteristics of Alligator Gar Atractosteus spatula Collected From the Southern Terrebonne Estuary and the Rockefeller State Refuge
Taylor Allgood Comparison of the Seasonal Fish Community Dynamics Within the Upper Barataria Estuary
Bo Boudreaux Comparison of Largemouth Bass Life History Characteristics for Fish Collected From Two Lakes in the Upper Barataria Estuary
Michelle Felterman Comparing Diets of Alligator Gar Atractosteus spatula Collected From the Southern Terrebonne Estuary and the Rockefeller State Refuge
Nicole Lundberg

Physiology of Larval and Juvenile Alligator Gar Atractosteus spatula