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Sediment transport and hydrodynamics in estuaries spans physical, morphological and
ecological aspects of the environment. Current research includes analyzing the dynamics of the turbidity maximum in the Calooshatchee
River, FL, and the relative importance of freshwater discharge and tidal energy to
vertical mixing and hypoxia in the river. Other research interests include the hydrodynamics
and associated sediment transport during the inverse estuarine conditions that frequently
occur in South Florida, and the effects of bivalves on water flow around oyster reefs
and above clam beds.