My research interests include the transport and fate of sediment and nutrients in estuaries, continental shelves, deltas, and wetlands; as well as coupled hydrodynamic-sediment transport-biogeochemistry models and the development of numerical modeling approaches.
- PhD: Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences, the College of William & Mary, 2017
- MS: Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences, the College of William & Mary, 2012
- BS: University of Chicago, 2009
- Early Career Research Program Award, Department of Energy, 2023
- Mendenhall Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, U.S. Geological Survey, 2017
- Student Modeler Award, Community Surface Dynamics Modeling System, 2017
- Editors' Citation for Excellence in Refereeing, AGU, J. of Geophysical Research, 2016
- George R. Healy Fellowship Award, College of William & Mary, 2016
- Ray Krone Award, International Conference on Cohesive Sediment Transport Processes, 2015
- Anchor QEA Scholarship Recipient, Anchor QEA, 2016
- East Asia and Pacific Summer Institute Fellow, NSF, 2013
- ATOC 1060: Our Changing Environment
- Introduction to the climate system and past, present, and future climate change.
- ATOC 4500/5500: Coastal Oceanography
- Introduction to physical, geological, chemical and biological aspects of coastal oceanography.
- ATOC 4850/5850: Numerical Methods and Modeling Lab
- Introduction to numerical methods in ATOC, for undergraduate and graduate students. Learn to create, write, and use numerical models of complex systems. Focuses on climate, ocean, and atmospheric models. Formerly ATOC 4500/7500.
- ATOC 5051: Introduction to Physical Oceanography
- Core course for ATOC graduate students that covers the fundamental concepts of physical oceanography.
- ATOC 6020: Seminar in Coastal Oceanography
- Covers selected advanced topics in estuarine and shelf science.
Current students & postdocs