St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center
The Sea-level and Storm Impacts on Estuarine Environments and Shorelines project assesses the physical controls of sediment and material exchange between wetlands and estuarine environments along the northern Gulf of Mexico (Grand Bay Alabama/Mississippi and Vermilion Bay, Louisiana) and the Atlantic coast (Chincoteague Bay, Virginia/Maryland).
Read more in the Project Overview.
Evaluating Sediment Storage and Mobility in the Estuary/Bay/Lagoon Environment
Assessing the extent of sediment inputs into a semi-enclosed bay and influence of physical disturbance to sediment retention and infilling.
Assessing and Quantifying Dominant Physical Depositional and Erosive Processes in Estuarine Shoreline Environments
Assessing physical and geologic controls on temporal changes in sedimentation within a marsh wetland.
Chronological Geospatial Assessment and Quantification of Episodic Impacts in Wetland Environments
A remote sensing evaluation of physical disturbance to the marsh wetland landscape change over the last 40 years.
Archive of Single-Beam Bathymetry data collected from Select Areas in Weeks Bay and Weeks Bayou, southwest Louisiana, January 2013 - (in press) USGS