Classes and work were cancelled on Friday, January 24 due to inclement weather. While snowfall may seem rare in Baton Rouge, it occurs more often than most people think.
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LSU students visited the Avery Island Salt Mine Valley, Marsh House Slave Quarters, The Laboratory, Marsh Sugar House, the Jungle Gardens, and current Tabasco sauce factory. The trip was supervised by Dr. David Palmer, archaeologist at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette, and Shane Bernard, McIlhenny Company historian and curator of the Avery Island archives.
G&A’s Dr. Barry Keim sat down with Washington Post weather blogger Adam Rainear for a Q&A on post-Katrina life and his role at the Southern Regional Climate Center and Office of State Climatology, both housed inside the LSU geography department.