Sydney Williams, an environmental engineering sciences doctoral student, was accepted to the Margaret A. Davidson Graduate Fellowship Program and received funding by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Office for Coastal Management to research the Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research… Read More
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Creating an Autonomous Solar-Powered Video Monitoring Station for Boats, Coastal Erosion and Wildlife
Boats, yachts and other commercial and recreational ships are among the biggest threats to maintaining coastal habitats along in Florida, according to Christine Angelini, Ph.D., associate professor in the Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure and Environment (ESSIE). There has been… Read More
Is Coastal Conservation Paying Off?
Federal, state and local governments have been investing millions to restore coastal wetlands and oyster reefs degraded by centuries of pollution, development and resource extraction. Their goal is to regain the benefits communities once derived from these vital, living ecosystems,… Read More
Dr. Christine Angelini Working to Restore U.S. Coastlines
More than 40% of the world’s population lives in a coastal community. Are we adequately protecting and restoring our coastlines? ESSIE environmental engineer, Dr. Christine Angelini, helped us answer this question. Angelini and her team of fellow researchers conducted a… Read More