Category: Sergio Fagherazzi
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.
Earth & Environment Associate Professor Sergio Fagherazzi and Professor Curtis Woodcock along with visiting student Daniele la Cecilia published a new paper in the journal Advances in Water Resources.
The paper titled “Interactions between river stage and wetland vegetation detected with a Seasonality Index derived from LANDSAT images in the Apalachicola delta, Florida” focuses on the decline of cypress swamps in Florida. La Cecilia is first author on the paper.
To read the paper, click on the title or this link.
The article titled “A linear relationship between wave power and erosion determines salt-marsh resilience to violent storms and hurricanes” is available now online.
The article was also featured in a news article released by the US Geological Survey. The article “Normal Weather Drives Salt Marsh Erosion” can be found here.
Leonardi is a PhD candidate in Earth Science; Fagherazzi is her advisor.
Earth & Environment Associate Professor Sergio Fagherazzi will be at MIT tomorrow, Thursday October 29th, to give a presentation at the Environmental Science and Engineering Parsons Laboratory.
The title of Fagherazzi’s presentation is “Salt Marsh Collapse Does Not Require Sea Level Rise.”
Earth & Environment Associate Professor Sergio Fagherazzi will gives a talk on sea level rise and coastal impacts as part of CafeSci’s Rock the Cafe series.
Fagherazzi’s talk will be held on Tuesday Oct. 20th from 7-8 pm at CafeSci in Cambridge. For direction and more information on the event, see the event page.
Nardin will work with members of the Department and others from the Department of Geography at the University of California Berkeley and the Department of Environmental Sciences at the University of Virginia.
Nardin will focus on evolution of vegetated surfaces in saline and freshwater wetlands under climate change as part of his work within the research theme, Earthcasting: case studies in predicting Earth-surface response to change.
Nardin is former Postdoctoral Associate who worked with Associate Professor Sergio Fagherazzi.
Earth & Environment Associate Professor Sergio Fagherazzi, PhD candidate Nicoletta Leonardi, and two Earth & Environment Earth Sciences PhD graduates–Anthony Priestas and Giulio Mariotti–have published a new paper in the Journal of Marine Science and Engineering.
The article titled “Coupled Wave Energy and Erosion Dynamics along a Salt Marsh Boundary, Hog Island Bay, Virginia, USA” was first authored by Priestas.
To read the article, click here.