CAS professor appointed to National Research Council Committee
TAMPA Fla. -- A University of South Florida professor has been appointed to the National Academy of Sciences’ National Research Council Committee on Coastal Risk Reduction.
Susan Bell, a professor from the Department of Integrative Biology, will serve on the Committee as an adviser to the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers on a range of scientific, engineering and water resource planning issues concerning water resource, waterway and coastal management. The focus of the Committee for 2013-2014 will be to address coastal flooding, storm surges and beach erosion.
To learn more about what Bell will be working on, visit the NAS website.
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Author: James Hollingsworth