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Technology Intensive Geospatial and Remote Sensing (TIGeRS) Lab

TIGeRS lab is a research lab that focuses on applying remote sensing technologies to various fields such as coastal dynamics, plant health and disease, precision agriculture, morphological analysis, wetland erosion and restoration, image processing and feature extraction. Especially, the lab has accumulated various surveying equipment, UAV systems, LiDAR systems, thermal and multispectral cameras for fine scale mapping and monitoring. 

Department of Geography & Anthropology
Louisiana State University 
TIGeRS Lab Director: Prof. Xuelian (Shelley) Meng
Lab Manager: Basant Awasthi (bawast2@lsu.edu)

Lab website: https://faculty.lsu.edu/smeng/index.php 

Mailing Address:
W227 Howe-Russell-Kniffen Geoscience Complex
Baton Rouge, LA 70803

Physical Address:
S Campus Dr. & Tower Dr.
Baton Rouge, LA 70803

Getting on Campus: 

Campus walking instruction: please search "Howe-Russell Geoscience Complex" for our departmental building. Our lab is the standalone building to the north. You can find our lab through Howe-Russell building or by walking through the Nichoson Hall Parking lot next to the Student Union for convenience. 

Parking instruction: If you are an outside visitor, the most convenient parking is the Union Square Parking as show in the following pictures. The parking rate is $1.5 per hour as of 2-29-24. Please check the current rate from https://www.lsu.edu/parking/resources/union-square-garage.php


TIGeRS lab location picture

For more information, please contact Parking Services for parking instructions.


Contact Us

Lab phone: 225-578-0487

Lab email: tigersgeog@lsu.edu

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