Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
113 EWRE1351 Beal Avenue, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-2125
I am interested in the physics of water in lakes, estuaries, and marine coastal environments. In particular, my work connects fine-scale processes, such as turbulence, wave-sediment interactions, and stratification to large-scale implications, including dispersion and mean currents that influence coastal morphology. My research spans the shallowest regions of water bodies and explores the controls of perimeter habitats on the functioning of the larger system. Specifically, my interests include:
Learn more about my research in wave-sediment interactions in this video from the USGS.