(with Norfolk floods info)
Professor of Ocean & Earth Sciences (OES)
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Ph.D., Physical Oceanography, Florida State University (1989)
M.Sc., Atmospheric Sciences, Hebrew University (1984)
B.Sc., Physics & Mathematics, Hebrew University (1981)
About me: I came to ODU in 2007, after spending almost eighteen years at
Since the early 1990s I have managed and provided support to the Princeton Ocean
Model (POM) users group of some 6000
modelers from 70 countries, and since 2009 I have been involved in organizing the International
Workshop on Modeling the Ocean (IWMO) and editing
IWMO Special Issues.
Research interests: physical oceanography, numerical ocean modeling, coastal dynamics, and mixing processes;
in recent years my research focused on climate change, sea level rise, hurricanes, and their impact on the coast.
Examples of Research:
Papers on sea level-
Papers on different locations-
Atlantic Ocean (~25 papers),
Faroe Bank Channel,
Gulf of Mexico,
Gulf Stream (~25 papers),
Gulf of Thailand,
U.S. East Coast (~15 papers),
Papers on other topics-
Bottom Boundary Layer,
Numerical Model Development,
In the News:
CCPO Circulation (2008,
ODU News ( 2010,
map of geography of studies.