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Carol Pride

Professor, Savannah State University

SE CASC Co-Principal Investigator

Area(s) of Expertise

My background is in paleoceanography using microfossils and stable isotopic records. My current graduate students are testing stable isotopic proxies for temperature and salinity in estuarine environments. I also work with students to examine salt marsh accretion rates with respect to sea level rise, impacts of local development on water quality and marsh health. A long term interest of mine is reconstructing historic changes in the estuarine and coastal salinity regime due to increased groundwater utilization and altered flow regimes over time.