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My research focuses on developing multi-scale process-based models of coastal systems that capture human and natural influences on dynamics, risks and impacts. My work aims to advance understanding of coastal systems and to inform adaptation in a changing climate. Areas of specific interest include: resolving event-scale physical processes in multi-decadal projections of marsh habitat under sea level rise, hydro-financial modeling to quantify adaptation project benefits and risks, integration of stochastic modeling techniques into decision-support tools, and in-situ and remote sensing data-model synthesis.

I am currently an assistant professor at Louisiana State University in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. 

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