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University of New Orleans
2000 Lake Shore Drive
The University of New Orleans (UNO), the urban research University of the State of Louisiana, provides essential support for the educational, economic, cultural and social well-being of the culturally rich and diverse New Orleans metropolitan area. It ope
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George Ioup, 76, professor ...
George Ioup, 76, professor emeritus of physics at the University of New Orleans, died January 20 in New Orleans.
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But George Ioup, a physics professor at the University of New Orleans, said "it's pretty much an open question at this point... whether harm is caused to the animals."
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George E. Ioup
George E. Ioup graduated from Altoona High School in 1957 and is a professor of physics and research professor at the University of New Orleans (UNO).
developed an interdisciplinary, integrative Ph.D. Program in engineering and applied science at the University of New Orleans
which has graduated more than 113 doctoral students; he
was instrumental to the development of the UNO Research and Technology Park; and he
was a leader in the formation of the Littoral Acoustic Demonstration Center
where shallow water acoustic experiments are performed which have been critical to the U.S. Navy's submarine forces.
Dr. Ioup received a S.B. in physics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1962 and a Ph.D. in physics from the University of Florida in 1968.
has continued to devote his
time and efforts to the UNO
Physics Department following the devastating effects of Hurricane Katrina.
George Ioup, a physics ...
George Ioup, a physics professor at the University of New Orleans studying the effects of air-guns on marine mammals, said the verdict was out on the effects of air-guns on mammals.
He said BOEM seemed to be ruling "on the side of caution."
"Proving there is an effect, I don't know if that has been done," he
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