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Jennifer H. Mattei

Director, Professional Science Master's, Environmental Science and Management

Sacred Heart University

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Sacred Heart University

5151 Park Avenue

Fairfield, Connecticut,06432

United States

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Sacred Heart University, the second-largest Catholic university in New England, offers more than 40 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs on its main campus in Fairfield, Connecticut, and satellites in Connecticut, Luxembourg and Ireland. Approximately... more

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origin.connpost.com

Jennifer Mattei, Ph.D., has been named the director of the new professional science master's program in Environmental Systems Analysis and Management at Sacred Heart University.
She has taught at Sacred Heart since 1995 in the department of biology and was chair of the department from 2003 to 2009. Mattei earned her doctorate at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, her master of forest science degree at Yale University and her bachelor of science in zoology at the University of Maryland at College Park. Mattei earned her doctorate at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, her master of forest science degree at Yale University and her bachelor of science in zoology at the University of Maryland at College Park.


www.metroforestcouncil.org [cached]

Dr. Jennifer Mattei
Vice-President Sacred Heart University


reefinnovations.com [cached]

Sacred Heart University professor Jennifer Mattei gives a tour of the 325 newly installed reef balls along a section of the shoreline in Stratford, Conn. on Tuesday, December 6, 2016. The balls break up the force of wave action to reverse the erosion process. Photo: Brian A. Pounds / Hearst Connecticut Media / Connecticut Post
Sacred Heart University professor Jennifer Mattei gives a tour of the 325 newly installed reef balls along a section of the shoreline in Stratford, Conn. on Tuesday, December 6, 2016. The balls break up the ... more STRATFORD - Jennifer Mattei crouched down along the low-tide shoreline at Stratford Point to scoop up a mound of inky gray sediment in the palm of her hand. "It's working beautifully," Mattei said Tuesday of what many in the field call a "living shoreline." It is estimated that sediment, up to four feet deep and 100 feet wide has disappeared along that swath of shoreline over the past three decades. The property is now owned by the DuPont Corporation and managed by the Audubon Society. So far, surveyors periodically measuring the terrain estimate sediment about 12 inches thick has re-accumulated over the past two years behind the barrier - enough for Mattei to win another $115,198 grant to expand her work. It was the oysters, the horseshoe crabs, the piping clover and all other habitat, Mattei admits, who got her into this kind of research. Those creatures depend on the shoreline and their access has been compromised by decades of beach erosion and climate change. "The ocean floor is rising. Storm frequency is increasing. Global climate change is real," Mattei said. Although used worldwide, Mattei is believed to be the only one to use them in Connecticut. Mattei's project is a great example of an alternative. In addition to rebuilding dunes and salt marsh grass, Mattei said she also has her eye on sediment expected to be dredged next fall from the nearby boat channel at the mouth of the Housatonic River, which is on the opposite end of Stratford's beach front. Although some is earmarked for Hammonasett Beach in Madison, Mattei said, some directed her way would speed up her stabilization project. "I hope this can become a demonstration site for what to do," Mattei said.


news.hamlethub.com [cached]

The taggings are part of an ongoing census of horseshoe crabs in Long Island Sound being led by Dr. Jennifer Mattei of Sacred Heart University in Fairfield.
The Maritime Aquarium is assisting with the census and tagging. Dr. Mattei's census is helping to confirm that the horseshoe crab population in the Sound is notably down.


friendsofsherwoodisland.org [cached]

Dr. Jennifer Mattei, Chair of the Department of Biology at Sacred Heart University, on Project Limulus, a long-term horseshoe-crab tagging project.
Tree and shrub care. Arborist Doug Williams on Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and best practices for tree and shrub care. The Basics of Bird Photography.


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