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Mr. Dack Stuart

Field and Laboratory Scientist

University of Michigan

HQ Phone: (734) 936-4000

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University of Michigan

1500 E. Medical Center Drive

Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109

United States

Company Description

The University of Michigan's College of Engineering is ranked among the top engineering schools in the country. At $180 million annually, its engineering research budget is one of the largest of any public university. Michigan Engineering is home to 11 ac ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Coastal Scientist

Woods Hole Group Inc

Researcher and Field Assistant

University of Delaware/Coastal Estuarine Research Inc.

Education

B.S.

oceanography

University of Michigan

M.S.

marine studies

University of Delaware - Lewes

M.S.

marine studies

University of Delaware-Lewes

Web References (6 Total References)


Woods Hole Group Personnel

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Dack G. Stuart, M.S., Coastal Scientist

Dack Stuart earned his M.S. in marine studies (oceanography) from the University of Delaware- Lewes in 2010 after receiving his B.S. in oceanography from the University of Michigan in 2008. His thesis work studied the human effects of large-scale historical modifications to wetlands, and their subsequent effect on sediment dynamics and accumulation. Mr. Stuart has experience with environmental monitoring of surface water, groundwater, and sub-surface sediments on both large-scale (e.g. Superfund) and small-scale study locations as well as producing technical reports summarizing annual change of contaminant concentrations. He has experience with spatial and temporal quantification of shoreline and bathymetric change using Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and other geospatial software packages to map and define geomorphological processes. He has worked on various acoustic profiling projects involving the acquisition and processing of bathymetric, side-scan, and sub-bottom sonar data. Mr. Stuart has several years of experience with wetland and coastal dune delineation, which often require the use of real-time kinematic (RTK) GPS systems. Brief Bio Sketch


Coastal Sciences, Coastal Engineering, and Planning Personnel

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Dack G. Stuart, M.S., Coastal Scientist

Dack Stuart earned his M.S. in marine studies (oceanography) from the University of Delaware- Lewes in 2010 after receiving his B.S. in oceanography from the University of Michigan in 2008. His thesis work studied the human effects of large-scale historical modifications to wetlands, and their subsequent effect on sediment dynamics and accumulation. Mr. Stuart has experience with environmental monitoring of surface water, groundwater, and sub-surface sediments on both large-scale (e.g. Superfund) and small-scale study locations as well as producing technical reports summarizing annual change of contaminant concentrations. He has experience with spatial and temporal quantification of shoreline and bathymetric change using Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and other geospatial software packages to map and define geomorphological processes. He has worked on various acoustic profiling projects involving the acquisition and processing of bathymetric, side-scan, and sub-bottom sonar data. Mr. Stuart has several years of experience with wetland and coastal dune delineation, which often require the use of real-time kinematic (RTK) GPS systems. Brief Bio Sketch


Coastal Sciences, Coastal Engineering, and Planning Personnel

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Dack G. Stuart, M.S., Coastal Scientist

Mr. Stuart earned his M.S. in marine studies (oceanography) from the University of Delaware-Lewes in 2010 after receiving his B.S. in oceanography from the University of Michigan in 2008. As a graduate student researcher he studied the human effects of large-scale historical modifications to wetlands, and their subsequent effect on marsh sediment accumulation. Through this and a variety of other projects, Mr. Stuart has acquired substantial experience dealing with the movement and preservation of sediment in coastal environments.


Woods Hole Group Personnel

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Dack G. Stuart, M.S., Coastal Scientist

Mr. Stuart earned his M.S. in marine studies (oceanography) from the University of Delaware-Lewes in 2010 after receiving his B.S. in oceanography from the University of Michigan in 2008. As a graduate student researcher he studied the human effects of large-scale historical modifications to wetlands, and their subsequent effect on marsh sediment accumulation. Through this and a variety of other projects, Mr. Stuart has acquired substantial experience dealing with the movement and preservation of sediment in coastal environments.


Newsroom

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Dack Stuart started working at the Woods Hole Group Falmouth office at the beginning of May 2011. Dack earned his M.S. in marine studies (oceanography) from the University of Delaware-Lewes in 2010 after receiving his B.S. in oceanography from the University of Michigan in 2008. As a graduate student researcher he studied the human effects of large-scale historical modifications to wetlands, and their subsequent effect on marsh sediment accumulation. Through this and a variety of other projects, Mr. Stuart has acquired substantial experience dealing with the movement and preservation of sediment in coastal environments. Other experience includes work on water sample filtration for suspended sediment concentration, utilization of radiogenic isotopes for determining sediment accumulation rates and wetland delineation.

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