Category: Sergio Fagherazzi
Alberto Canestrelli, a former a postdoc at BU, has joined the faculty at the University of Florida, Department of Civil and Coastal Engineering, as assistant professor. During his PhD Alberto worked at BU on sediment transport processes with professor Sergio Fagherazzi’s research group. During his first postdoc at BU, funded by the NSF MARGINS program in collaboration with the University of Washington and the University of Colorado at Boulder, he worked on the morphodynamics of the Fly River Delta, Papua New Guinea, with Professor Fagherazzi. He is currently postdoc at the Pennsylvania State University.
Congratulations to Sergio Fagherazzi on his promotion to Full Professor!
Associate Professor Sergio Fagherazzi delivers the Christiaan Brunings Lecture at Utrecht University in The Netherlands on January 10. The symposium brings together scientists, practitioners, and managers of rivers and estuaries, with keynotes given by leading international scientists. Dr. Fagherazzi’s talk is entitled “Non-Linear Dynamics Determine the Fate of Salt Marshes.”
William Nardin, currently a postdoc at BU, has joined the faculty at the University of Maryland as assistant professor. During his PhD William worked at BU on delta morphodynamics with associate professor Sergio Fagherazzi’s research group. During his first postdoc, he worked on mangrove dynamics in the Mekong Delta in Vietnam with Professors Fagherazzi and Curtis Woodcock. He is currently part of the NSF National Center for Earth-Surface Dynamics 2 Synthesis Postdoc program with UC Berkeley, University of Virginia, and BU.
PhD student William Kearney and Associate Professor Sergio Fagherazzi publish in Nature Communications
PhD student William Kearney and Associate Professor Sergio Fagherazzi have published a paper in Nature Communications entitled “Salt marsh vegetation promotes efficient tidal channel networks.”
Associate Professor Sergio Fagherazzi has received an award from the National Science Foundation entitled, “LTER-Plum Island Ecosystems: Dynamics of coastal ecosystems in a region of rapid climate change, sea-level rise.” The research will be carried out in Plum Island Sound, Massachusetts, in collaboration with the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole.
PhD student William Kearney and Associate Professor Sergio Fagherazzi have published “Salt marsh vegetation promotes efficient tidal channel networks” in Nature Communications.
The paper “Bottom sediment affect Sonneratia mangrove forests in the prograding Mekong delta, Vietnam” was published in Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science and can be read here.
The paper “Dynamics of a fringe mangrove forest detected by Landsat images in the Mekong river delta, Vietnam” was published in Earth Surface Processes and Landforms and can be read here.
Nardin is first author on both publications; he is a postdoctoral associate working primarily with Professor Fagherazzi. To learn more about Professor Fagherazzi’s work, check out his profile page.
To learn more about Professor Woodcock’s work, check out his profile page.
Earth & Environment Associate Professor Sergio Fagherazzi is giving an invited talk at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory on Thursday April 28th.
The title of Prof. Fagherazzi’s talk is “Gradients in water surface drive coastal ecosystems and determine the resilience of shorelines against extreme events.”
Earth & Environment Professor Sergio Fagherazzi‘s new coauthor paper, “Overestimation of marsh vulnerability to sea level rise,” is featured on the cover of the current issue of Nature Climate Change.
The paper is available now online and can be accessed here.
To learn more about Prof. Fagherazzi’s work, check out his profile page.