TIDE CAMP SUMMER 2013
TIDE Program Faculty/Staff
All elements conducted by University of Delaware faculty and staff. Lectures and lab exercises led by the following (subject to change due to availability):
Tom Hanson Ph.D., University of California
Microorganism adaptation, competition and survival.
Willet Kempton, Ph. D., University of Texas
Offshore wind, vehicle to grid power, anthropogenic climate change, energy & transportation policy.
Doug Miller, Ph. D, University of Washington
Interactions between organisms, flow, and sediment; deposit feeding strategies .
Frank Newton, Ed.D., University of Delaware
Program administration, student issues and logistics .
Art Trembanis, Ph.D., William and Mary
Coastal and estuarine morphodynamics, sediment transport, hydrodynamics, coastal observing systems, and autonomous underwater vehicles.
Fabrice Veron , Ph.D., University of California
Air-sea interactions; free surface processes; rain and sea spray; air-sea energy, mass and momentum fluxes.
Dana E. Veron, Ph.D., University of California
Modeling of clouds, radiation, & climate; remote sensing of cloud characteristics; land-surface modifications of local climate.