New Article Series
The browning and dieback of over 100,000 acres of smooth cordgrass (Spartina alterniflora) served as a dire call to action for Louisiana's coastal science community. This 6-part series explores the response to that call, from satellite imagery to laboratory studies of individual plants.
Abstracts from "Coastal Marsh Dieback in the Northern Gulf of Mexico: Extent, Causes, Consequences, and Remedies" (PDF 333 KB)
Quarterly progress reports will update the status of brown marsh research projects.