Mead A. Allison, Ph.D.
State University of New York, Stony Brook, 1993
Chair, Department of River-Coastal Science and Engineering
Sedimentary Processes of Continental Margin Environments
David S. Biedenharn, Ph.D.
Colorado State University, 1995
Hydraulics, river mechanics, engineering and management, sediment transport, regional sediment management, channel restoration, and fluvial geomorphology.
Sönke Dangendorf, Ph.D.
University of Siegen, Germany, 2010
David and Jane Floweree Assistant Professor
Sea level change and variability, spatial and temporal sea level and climate reconstructions, sea-level budgets, extreme value statistics, time series modelling, design water levels, climate change, detection & attribution, proxy reconstructions
Kelin Hu, Ph.D.
East China Normal University, 2003
Research Assistant Professor
Modeling of storm surge, hurricane waves, sediment transports and morphological changes in coastal and estuarine areas.
K. Jack Killgore, Ph.D.
University of Mississippi, 1995
Habitat assessment of large river fishes, conservation of endangered species, aquatic habitat restoration, invasive species management and environmental impact analysis.
Barbara A. Kleiss, Ph.D.
Louisiana State University, 1995
Water chemistry of aquatic systems, wetlands biogeochemistry, and restoration of rivers and wetlands, and interdisciplinary studies of the Mississippi River and its floodplains.
Ehab Meselhe, Ph.D.
University of Iowa, 1994
Coastal wetland hydrology, sediment transport, and computer modeling of coastal wetland, estuarine, and riverine systems.
Annalisa Molini, Ph.D.
University of Basilicata and University of Genova, Italy, 2002
Water-plant-atmosphere interactions; Hydroclimatology and hydrological extremes; Micro-meteorology; Ecohydrology; Food-water-energy nexus and sustainable development.
Jennifer C. Murphy
Vanderbilt University, 2011
As a hydrologist with the U.S. Geological Survey, I study how river water quality changes over time and explore the major drivers of these changes. I develop and apply various techniques for characterizing surface water quality trends at regional and national scales. Recently, I became the Harmful Algal Blooms team lead for a project charged with developing nationally scalable proxy approaches.
Amanda J. M. Oliver, M.S.
Saint Louis University, 2006
Habitat assessment and temporal habitat change and its relationship to abiotic and biotic characteristics focusing on Mississippi River aquatic habitats and the species that rely on them.
Michelle Smith | Accountant II
Responsibilities: Grants Accounting, General Ledger Accounting, Special Projects
Phone: (504) 247-1541