The UGA Coastal Ocean Analysis and Simulation Team (COAST) develops computational hydrodynamic models to simulate astronomic tides, wind-waves, storm surge, and rainfall-runoff in coastal and oceanic environments.
Assessing the Socio-Economic Value of Salt Marsh Ecosystems for Climate Resilience Financing in Georgia
Forecasting Coastal Impacts from Tropical Cyclones along the US East and Gulf Coasts using the ADCIRC Prediction System
ESLR-EMBIR: Integrated Modeling of the Effects of Sea Level Rise Across Estuaries, Marshes and Barrier Islands in Mississippi Sound
Network for Engineering With Nature (N-EWN) – Scaling Natural Infrastructure (NI): determining the length scales for NI to reduce coastal and riverine flood hazards
Integrative hydrodynamic modeling approaches to investigate storm-driven coastal morphology along the US coast
Dr. Matthew Bilskie
Matthew Bilskie is an Assistant Professor in the School of Environmental, Civil, Agricultural, and Mechanical Engineering in the College of Engineering at the University of Georgia. Matt holds a BS and MS degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Central....