USC Aiken Researcher Featured in Preeminent Journal

The latest edition of the Journal of Geophysical Research - Earth Surface features a University of South Carolina Aiken professor and her co-researchers from the Columbia campus and the Savannah River National Laboratory.

Dr. Jessica Chassereau Sullivan and her colleagues -- Raymond Torres, from the department of earth and ocean science at UofSC and Alfred Garrett, from the Savannah River Site - explored the role of intertidal creek networks in overmarsh circulation and tracer residence times, as they are ubiquitous features of salt marsh landscapes. The result was their article: "Intertidal Creeks and Overmarsh Circulation in a Small Salt Marsh Basin."

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