Event Date: Friday, May 3
Event Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Location: Shelby Center Auditorium
Seminars set up by University Programs faculty cover a variety of topics throughout the year. Students on and off campus are invited to attend to learn more about what is happening in the marine science community. Topics include oysters, restoration, hypoxia, and more. The majority of seminars are streamed live and archived to the Dauphin Island Sea Lab YouTube channel.
Host: Dr. Brian Dzwonkowski
Christopher Esposito, Ph.D. is a Research Scientist with The Water Institute of the Gulf. He has nearly 10 years of field and modeling experience studying sediment transport and deposition in river deltas. His research is primarily focused on the connections between river channels and their floodplains, a topic which is closely related to channel management and planned river diversions in deltas. Prior to joining the Institute, Dr. Esposito obtained his Ph.D. at Tulane University and his master’s degree at The University of New Orleans. Before entering graduate school, Dr. Esposito taught math and environmental education in public high schools. His interest in coastal zone management in Louisiana was sparked while leading students on field trips throughout the Mississippi River Delta.