Terrebonne


Scaevola plumieri

Scaevola plumieri
Class: 
Dicotyledons
Family: 
Goodeniaceae
Scientific Name: 

Scaevola plumieri

Common Name: 
Scaevola
GRANK: 
G5
SRANK: 
SH

Sabatia arenicola

Sabatia arenicola
Sabatia arenicola
Sabatia arenicola
Class: 
Dicotyledons
Family: 
Gentianaceae
Scientific Name: 

Sabatia arenicola

Common Name: 
Sand Rose-gentian
GRANK: 
G3G5
SRANK: 
S1

Indigofera miniata

Class: 
Dicotyledons
Family: 
Fabaceae
Scientific Name: 

Indigofera miniata

Common Name: 
Coast Indigo
GRANK: 
G5
SRANK: 
S1

Chamaesyce bombensis

Class: 
Dicotyledons
Family: 
Euphorbiaceae
Scientific Name: 

Chamaesyce bombensis

Common Name: 
Sand Dune Spurge
GRANK: 
G4G5
SRANK: 
S1

Asclepias incarnata

Class: 
Dicotyledons
Family: 
Asclepiadaceae
Scientific Name: 

Asclepias incarnata

Common Name: 
Swamp Milkweed
GRANK: 
G5
SRANK: 
S2

Ceratopteris pteridoides

Ceratopteris pteridoides
Ceratopteris pteridoides
Class: 
Ferns and Fern Allies
Family: 
Parkeriaceae
Scientific Name: 

Ceratopteris pteridoides

Common Name: 
Floating Antler-fern
GRANK: 
G5?
SRANK: 
S2

Ctenitis submarginalis

Class: 
Ferns and Fern Allies
Family: 
Dryopteridaceae
Scientific Name: 

Ctenitis submarginalis

Common Name: 
Hairy Comb Fern
GRANK: 
G5
SRANK: 
S1

Grand Isle Fisheries Research Lab

Contact
Phone: 
985-787-2163
Address: 

195 Ludwig Annex
P.O. Box 37
Grand Isle, LA 70358

Grand Isle Fisheries Research Lab
Grand Isle Fisheries Research Lab

The Fisheries Research Lab opened on July 1, 2009, on the north shore of Grand Isle, Louisiana. The 35,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility is home to a range of projects including monitoring and research programs, and the dedicated staff works around the clock to protect the state’s diverse marine resources.
 
Biologists based out of Grand Isle study a variety of marine species including finfish, crab, shrimp, sharks and oysters and their associated habitat, which are all crucial to the economy of Louisiana.
 
The lab complex consists of a 12,000 square foot laboratory containing a wet lab, library, conference room, offices and many other work areas.  An adjacent dormitory building has 13 bedrooms, two bunk rooms, bath facilities, a kitchen, dining and entertainment area, large conference room and a laboratory for visiting researchers.  A covered boathouse has slips to accommodate 14 vessels and the underside of the lab building serves as a hatchery area for both shellfish and finfish.  Also on site is a large maintenance area. 
 
Since its opening, the lab staff has conducted individual and group tours of the facility, hosted local and national media representatives, and provided accommodations for university researchers from the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium, LSU, Tulane, University of Louisiana Lafayette, University of Florida and UNO.  Other individuals engaged in short-duration fieldwork are also accommodated on a regular basis.  
 
For more information on the lab click here.

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