I am a coastal geomorphologist/oceanographer with a BSc in Oceanography from the University of Vale do Itajaí (UNIVALI), Brazil, and a Masters Degree and Ph.D. in Marine Geology from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil. I have joined the School of Environment (College of Science and Engineering) at Flinders University in 2013 after a visiting position at the Department of Geology and Geophysics at Louisiana State University (LSU). I have extensively worked on barrier systems in Southern Brazil and conducted research on surfzone dynamics and sediment transport, beach morphodynamics and sedimentology, aeolian sediment transport, dune ecology, foredune dynamics and barrier evolution. I have applied and expanded the knowledge obtained from studying coastal systems in Brazil to the Australian sandy barriers, in collaboration with researches from Australia and various parts of the world.
ARC Discovery Project - Climate and environmental history of SE Queensland dunefields (2015–2018) with Shulmeister, J. Hesp, P.; G Miot da Silva; Dr K J Welsh; Dr T Santini; Dr J Larsen; A/ProfA M Gontz; Dr T Rittenour
Awarded the '2011 Secretary's Partners in Conservation Award’ by the US Department of the Interior for "Archaeological Analysis of Submerged Sites, Gulf of Mexico Outer Continental Shelf" with A. Evans, M. Keith, P. Hesp, and M. Allison. The award recognizes organizations and individuals who partner with others to conserve and restore our land, help wildlife thrive, address water issues, and forge solutions to complex natural resource challenges
Nicholls State University (USA):
GEOL 101 (Physical Geology);
GEOL 102 (Historical Geology);
GEOL 300 (Oceanography).
Louisiana State University (USA):
GEOL 1001 (Physical Geology);
OCS/GEOG 4024 (Coastal Morphodynamics);
GEOL 3032 (Sedimentology and Depositional Environments);
GEOL 3039 (Geological Research - Sedimentology)
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