Ph.D., University of Michigan, Oceanic Science, 1981
M.S., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Physics, 1974
B.S., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Applied Mathematics and Physics, 1972
My research has centered on geophysical fluid dynamics problems in the Great Lakes and other
shallow enclosed seas. This has included theoretical, numerical, and observational investigations
of circulation, thermal structure, seiches, storm surges, wind waves, and air-sea interaction.
Current research involves numerical modeling of three-dimensional lake-scale circulation,
thermal structure, and sediment dynamics.