The UNO Pontchartrain Institute for Environmental Sciences is a partnership of scientists and educators that combines rigorous scientific analysis with education, outreach, and planning to develop practical solutions to environmental challenges of the Pontchartrain Basin, the Gulf of Mexico, and similar coastal ecosystems in the United States and elsewhere in our world.
Submissions from 2010
Effects of Hurricane Katrina on freshwater fish assemblages in a small coastal tributary of Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana, Martin O'Connell
Freshwater fishes of South Carolina by Fred C. Rohde, Rudolf G. Arndt, Jeffrey W. Foltz, and Joseph M. Quattro with photographs by Fred C. Rohde-Book Review, Martin O'Connell
Submissions from 2008
After the storm: Post-Katrina reflections from AFS members in Louisiana and Mississippi, Martin O'Connell
Submissions from 2004
Fish assemblage stability over fifty years in the Lake Pontchartrain Estuary; comparisons among habitats using Canonical Correspondence Analysis, Martin O'Connell, Robert Cashner, and Christopher Schieble