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Dr. Denise Reed
Institution(s) / Organization(s):
University of New Orleans (UNO)
Laboratory for Coastal Restoration Science
Interim Director of Pontchartrain Institute for Environmental Sciences
My research focuses on various aspects of sediment dynamics in coastal wetlands, with emphasis on sediment mobilization and marsh hydrology, both natural and altered, as factors controlling sediment deposition. I have participated in numerous research projects concerning marsh and estuarine sediment dynamics on the Gulf and Pacific coasts of the US as well as in Europe and South America. I've also worked closely with the development of restoration plans in for coastal Louisiana for the last 5 years. I moved to the Department of Geology at the University of New Orleans in 1998 and current research includes sediment dynamics and restoration in Louisiana, the Columbia River estuary and the Sacramento-San Joaquin delta.
- Monitoring of Natural Resources in the Pontchartrain Basin following the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: Processes, Habitats, and Fisheries (Year One Block Grant - The Northern Gulf Institute, Role: Principal Investigator, Project Data Point of Contact)
Ph.D. in Geography, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom
B.A. in Geography, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 1980
Area of Expertise / Interest:
Coastal Geomorphology; Surficial Processes; Habitat Loss; Restoration; Decision, Risk and Management Science
Home Page URL: http://www.ees.uno.edu/restoration/d_j_reed.htm
Links to Projects or Publications:
How do Small-Scale Restoration and Mitigation Projects in Coastal Louisiana Provide Functional Tidal Marsh Habitat?
Monitoring of Natural Resources in the Pontchartrain Basin following the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: Processes, Habitats, and Fisheries
Keywords: Sediment, Wetland, Estuary, Hydrology, Geomorphology, DWH oil spill, GoMRI
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