|Louisiana Forest Products Development Center|
International Society of Forest Resource Economics (ISFRE) presentation.
The School of Renewable Natural Resources encompasses wildlife conservation, fisheries, aquaculture, wetlands, watershed ecology and forest products.
Cornelis F. "Niels" de Hoop is an Associate Professor in the Louisiana Forest Products Development Center at the LSU AgCenter, where he has worked since 1992.
List of Forest Resoruces faculty with hyperlinks to their contact information.
This article gives an overview of the wildlife research as well as faculty directory.
Renewable Natural Resources exemplifies an interdisciplinary research approach in coastal and inland wetland systems and offers a unique diversity of research programs in wetland systems. RNR faculty conducting wetland research obtained their doctorates in a diversity of fields including biology, ecology, fisheries, forestry, forest ecology, plant physiology, soils and hydrology, oceanography, wildlife ecology and zoology.
The fisheries and aquaculture faculty is committed to working with outstanding graduate students to solve the complex problems that are currently affecting the production and management of aquatic invertebrates and fishes.