Tag: Salt Marsh

Feb 15

Publication | A Coupled, two-dimensional hydrodynamic-marsh model with biological feedback

  K. Alizad, S.C. Hagen, J.T. Morris, P. Bacopoulos, M.V. Bilskie, J.F. Weishampel, S.C. Medeiros (2016). “A coupled, two-dimensional hydrodynamic-marsh model with biological feedback.” Ecological Modeling, 327, 29-43,  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2016.01.013 Abstract A spatially-explicit model (Hydro-MEM model) that couples astronomic tides and Spartina alterniflora dynamics was developed to examine the effects of sea-level rise on salt marsh productivity in northeast Florida. …

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Apr 16

2015 LA ASCE Conference| Storm surge modeling in the northern Gulf of Mexico

M.V. Bilskie, S.C. Hagen, D.L. Passeri, K. Alizad, S.C. Medeiros, D. Coggin, J.L. Irish, N. Plant, A. Cox, C. Kaiser “Tide, wind-wave & hurricane storm surge modelling in the northern Gulf of Mexico under climate change.” 2015 ASCE Louisiana Section Spring Conference, Baton Rouge, LA, April 16-17, 2015.

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Sep 09

Marsh Organ Harvest – Grand Bay, MS

A team lead by Professor Morris from the University of South Carolina and Dr. Medeiros from the University of Central Florida, along with research associates, graduate, and undergraduate students traveled to Grand Bay, MS to harvest marsh organs.  The experiment is used to determine how different specious of salt marsh (Spartina alterniflora & Juncus) respond to …

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