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Appendix B: Speaker Biographies
Pages 32-37

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... Gulf Coast Services BFA Environmental a minority owned, multidiscipline Center (GCSC) and is currently serving as the lead for environmental engineering and scientific consulting NOAA's RESTORE Act Science Program science plan firm.
From page 33...
... In 1980 he became the first Executive Director 40 international agreements, 8 new oceanographic/ of the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium, where hydrographic survey ships, 2 oceanographic aircraft, he was also a Professor of Marine Science at Louisia high performance supercomputer center, and the ana State University. He assumed his present position worlds largest integrated data base.
From page 34...
... His current work Council's Committee on Oil in the Sea, and has been applies field observations, satellite data and 3D coastal heavily involved in the physical oceanography of the models to study carbon cycle processes within estuaries Gulf of Mexico for 35 years including two terms on and continental margins. While working as a researcher the Board of the IOOS Regional Association.
From page 35...
... During her time at TAMU, she hypoxic region in the Gulf of Mexico, which receives focused her research on quantifying the environmental excess nutrients from the Mississippi River. This work processes affecting Texas marine mammal strandings includes shipboard monitoring on a large geographic and understanding physical processes driving Texas scale and more spatially restricted but more often on coastal hypoxia formation, particularly how to incor- two transects, and reliance on other monitoring by the porate the use of real-time ocean observing systems, U.S.
From page 36...
... St. Pé grew up near the mouth of the Mississippi Swann served on the Oil Spill Recovery Commissions River in Port Sulphur, Louisiana during the ‘50s and ‘60s for Alabama and Mississippi, Gulf Coast Ecosystem Reswhere the vast coastal marshes surrounding his home toration Task Force, and served as a primary point of inspired him to become a marine biologist.
From page 37...
... Currently he is leading an effort to inventory and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/ value ecosystem services for the Gulf of Mexico region Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Cambridge/ and quantifying the impact of sea-level rise on coastal Woods Hole, Massachusetts in 1999. Since 2001, she community resiliency.

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