LUMCON would like to acknowledge the following for their contributions:

The Associated Branch Pilots or Bar Pilots is an association of professional pilots who guide ocean-going vessels up the Southwest Pass of the Mississippi River and up the Mississippi River Gulf Outlet.  The pilots host LUMCON’s monitoring equipment at their Southwest Pass facility as well as provide transportation by boat to and from the facility from their base in Venice, LA.  The pilots also provide an internet link for telemetry of the data to LUMCON from the station and perform some instrument maintenance for us.The Associated Branch Pilots or Bar Pilots is an association of professional pilots who guide ocean-going vessels up the Southwest Pass of the Mississippi River and up the Mississippi River Gulf Outlet. The pilots host LUMCON’s monitoring equipment at their Southwest Pass facility as well as provide transportation by boat to and from the facility from their base in Venice, LA. The pilots also provide an internet link for telemetry of the data to LUMCON from the station and perform some instrument maintenance for us.
The Audubon Nature Institute hosts some of the telemetry equipment and provides the internet connection for our data stream from station 104 located in the Mississippi River behind Audubon Zoo.The Audubon Nature Institute hosts some of the telemetry equipment and provides the internet connection for our data stream from station 104 located in the Mississippi River behind Audubon Zoo.
The New Orleans Steamboat Company operates a river cruise from the Aquarium of the Americas to the Audubon Zoo.  Our monitoring equipment for station 104 is located on their dock in the Mississippi River behind the Audubon Zoo.The New Orleans Steamboat Company operates a river cruise from the Aquarium of the Americas to the Audubon Zoo. Our monitoring equipment for station 104 is located on their dock in the Mississippi River behind the Audubon Zoo.
Our Lake Pontchartrain station (103) is located approximately two miles north northeast of the mouth of Pass Manchac in Lake Pontchartrain.  Boats and fuel used to access our station are provided by Southeaster Louisiana University’s Turtle Cove Environmental Research Station.  Turtle Cove maintains a fleet of small research boats at their dock on Galva Canal near the crossing of Interstate 12 and Pass Manchac.Our Lake Pontchartrain station (103) is located approximately two miles north northeast of the mouth of Pass Manchac in Lake Pontchartrain. Boats and fuel used to access our station are provided by Southeaster Louisiana University’s Turtle Cove Environmental Research Station. Turtle Cove maintains a fleet of small research boats at their dock on Galva Canal near the crossing of Interstate 12 and Pass Manchac.
Telemetry of data from our Lake Pontchartrain station (103) is facilitated by the University of New Orleans.  Data from our monitoring station is transmitted to a receiver on the roof of the engineering building at UNO and LUMCON accesses the data over the web through UNO’s network. Telemetry of data from our Lake Pontchartrain station (103) is facilitated by the University of New Orleans. Data from our monitoring station is transmitted to a receiver on the roof of the engineering building at UNO and LUMCON accesses the data over the web through UNO’s network.