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Bret M. Webb, Ph.D., P.E., D.CE
Professor
University of South Alabama
150 Jaguar Drive, SH3142
Mobile, AL 36688 USA
Phone: (251) 460-6174
Fax: (251) 461-1400
Email: bwebb@southalabama.edu

Research Positions

Currently seeking multiple graduate students to fill positions at the MS and/or doctoral level. Research topics include: living shorelines, beach and tidal inlet dynamics, barrier island response to extreme events, groundwater impacts to coastal lagoons, and infrastructure resilience. Research assistantships are available. Contact me for more details.

Current Research Assistants

SE Students
Garland Pennison

 

MSCE Students
Kelsey Carpenter
Sean McQuagge
Elizabeth Winter
Jackie Wittmann

 

Undergraduate Students
Evan Mazur
Ian Cox
Morgan Lassitter

Former Students

MSCE Students
Patrick Hautau (2018)
Marshall Hayden (2018)
Kate Haynes (2018)
Justin Lowlavar (2017)
Bryan Groza (2016)
Kari Servold (2015)
Chris Marr (2013)
Richard Allen (2013)
Miyuki Matthews (2012)

 

Post Docs
Jon Risinger
Jungwoo Lee

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The 2012 ASCE-EWRI Hydraulic Measurement and Experimental Methods conference is now complete. This was a fantastic meeting, bringing together a diverse set of colleagues with unique perspectives on state-of-the-art measurement, modeling, and analysis techniques. I highly recommend this conference to anyone in the fields of water resources, hydraulics, or coastal hydraulics engineering.

 

Our (Drs. Webb & Whelton) presentation at the HMEM conference described the spatial variability of surface water characteristics in Big Creek Lake. The results were from a four-week study conducted in October 2011 as part of the Field Analysis and Sampling Techniques in Civil Engineering (FASTCE) course. A special thanks to those who made this possible: Richard Allen, Bennett Dulaney, Craig Erdman, Iryna Lucas, Chris Marr, J. Kane Thomley, MAWSS, and the National Science Foundation.

 

 

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