School of the Coast and Environment
Coastal Environmental Modeling Laboratory (CEML)
Louisiana State University
Beach
The School of the Coast and Environment (SC&E) Coastal and Environmental Modeling Laboratory was established to apply computer-facilitated modeling to the development of innovative and integrated approaches to sustainable development in Louisiana's coastal regions and other areas around the state, the Gulf region, the nation, and the world.

DIRECTOR: John W. Day, Jr., Distinguished Professor, Department of Oceanography & Coastal Studies, Coastal Ecology Institute, Louisiana State University
Interests:  ecological modeling, estuarine ecology, systems ecology, freshwater diversion, Caernarvon Division Study
johnday@lsu.edu;  225-578-6508

Co-DIRECTOR:  Alexandru Sheremet, Assistant Professor, Department of Oceanography & Coastal Studies, Coastal Studies Institute, Louisiana State University
Interests:  observations and numerical modeling of ocean wave propagation and wave-current interactions
ashere1@lsu.edu; 225-578-2951


LABORATORY PARTICIPANTS:
BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES MODELING:

Dubravko Justic,  Associate Professor, Department of Oceanography & Coastal Studies, Coastal Ecology Institute, Louisiana State University
Interests:  hypoxia and phytoplankton modeling, climate change, Caernarvon Division Study participant, coastal processes
djusti1@lsu.edu; 225-578-6394

G. Paul Kemp, Associate Professor, Research, Special Programs, School of the Coast and Environment, Louisiana State University
Interests:  alluvial processes, sediment transport, ecological modeling, estuarine ecology, systems ecology, coastal restoration
gpkemp@lsu.edu;  225-578-2734

E. Conrad Lamon, Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Studies, Louisiana State University
Interests:  pollutant modeling, natural resources, water quality management, water quality modeling, environmental data analysis

Enrique Reyes, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Oceanography & Coastal Studies, Louisiana State University
Interests:  systems ecology, Caernarvon Division study participant, landscape modeler
ereyes@uno.edu; 504-280-6790

  PHYSICAL PROCESSES MODELING:

Jannette B. Frandsen, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Louisiana State University
Interests: computational wave-structure interaction models, computational model development in ocean engineering and design of offshore platforms, wind engineering, structural dynamics and design, fluid-structure interaction
frandsen@lsu.edu; 225-578-0277

S. A. Hsu, Professor, Department of Oceanography & Coastal Studies, Coastal Studies Institute, Louisiana State University
Interests:  coastal and marine meteorology, atmospheric measurements
sahsu@antares.esl.lsu.edu; 225-578-2962

Masamichi Inoue, Associate Professor, Department of Oceanography & Coastal Studies, Coastal Studies Institute, Louisiana State University
Interests:  physical oceanography, numerical modeling of estuarine, shelf and basin circulation (hydrodynamic modeling), climate change, ocean-atmosphere interaction
minoue@antares.esl.lsu.edu; 225-578-6513

Hassan S. Mashriqui, Civil Engineer, Research Associate V, Special Programs, School of the Coast and Environment, Louisiana State University
Interests: 
Hydrodynamic and sediment transport modeling, wetland restoration, river management, inland flooding, GIS and LIDAR technology based environmental modeling
cemash@lsu.edu; 225-578-9386

Gregory W. Stone, Morgan Professor, Department of Oceanography & Coastal Studies, Coastal Studies Institute, Louisiana State University
Interests:  coastal processes and beach modeling, Louisiana barrier islands, coastal erosion, hurricanes, global warming, ocean observing systems, beaches, waves, storms, sea level rise
gagreg@lsu.edu; 225-578-6188

Nan D. Walker, Associate Professor-Research, Department of Oceanography & Coastal Studies (Adjunct), Coastal Studies Institute, Louisiana State University
Interests:  satellite oceanography, coastal processes, estuarine and shelf circulation, ocean climatology, sediment transport
nwalker@lsu.edu; 225-578-5331

Susan E. Welsh, Assistant Professor-Research, Coastal Studies Institute
Interests:  physical oceanography, oceanic circulation models, paleoceanographic modeling, Gulf of Mexico
swelsh@lsu.edu; 225-578-0439



Vision Statement:
The SC&E CEML will become a nationally and internationally recognized center of research, graduate education, and public service in advanced coastal and environmental modeling.


LINKS:
-LSU School of the Coast and Environment
-Department of Environmental Studies
-Department of Oceanography and Coastal Studies
-Coastal Ecology Institute
-Coastal Fisheries Institute
-Coastal Studies Institute
-Wetland Biogeochemistry Institute







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