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Opportunities for Collaboration across Research Themes
May 6, 2011
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J. Miselis said:

The USGS St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center, located in St. Petersburg, Florida, is interested in joining a consortium focused on identifying the distribution of oil-laden sediments (Theme 1) and/or investigating the processes (e.g. physical, biological, chemical) affecting the fate of oil-laden sediments in coastal regions (Themes 1-3). Researchers from the St. Petersburg office have been studying topographic, bathymetric, and sedimentologic changes in the DWH-affected region, most recently, for the Chandeleur Islands and the MS-AL barrier islands. Furthermore, we have established a model-based analysis and forecast capability.  We can provide expertise in sedimentology, sediment transport, beach & barrier island modeling, and the effects of tropical storms/hurricanes on coasts over a relatively large area, which can be used to support further detailed investigations by providing large-scale context and boundary conditions in what is expected to be a sustained effort.  This would be essential information for consortia considering ecosystems and habitats influenced by physical processes.

 

Please contact me if you would like more information on the research we have been conducting in the northern Gulf of Mexico over the last several years or if you think your consortium could benefit from collaboration with us.

 

Jennifer Miselis, Ph.D.

Research Geologist
U.S. Geological Survey

St. Petersburg Coastal & Marine Science Center

600 4th St. S

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Office: 727.803.8747, ext. 3088

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May 5, 2011
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The USGS St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center, located in St. Petersburg, Florida, is interested in joining a consortium focused on identifying the distribution of oil-laden sediments (Theme 1) and/or investigating the processes (e.g. physical, biological, chemical) affecting the fate of oil-laden sediments in coastal regions (Themes 1-3). Researchers from the St. Petersburg office have been studying topographic, bathymetric, and sedimentologic changes in the DWH-affected region, most recently, for the Chandeleur Islands and the MS-AL barrier islands. Furthermore, we have established a model-based analysis and forecast capability.  We can provide expertise in sedimentology, sediment transport, beach & barrier island modeling, and the effects of tropical storms/hurricanes on coasts over a relatively large area, which can be used to support further detailed investigations by providing large-scale context and boundary conditions in what is expected to be a sustained effort.  This would be essential information for consortia considering ecosystems and habitats influenced by physical processes.

 

Please contact me if you would like more information on the research we have been conducting in the northern Gulf of Mexico over the last several years or if you think your consortium could benefit from collaboration with us.

 

Jennifer Miselis, Ph.D.

Research Geologist
U.S. Geological Survey

St. Petersburg Coastal & Marine Science Center

600 4th St. S

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Office: 727.803.8747, ext. 3088

Email: ** you don’t have permission to see this link **

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