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Seminar: Monday, March 11, 2024

Dr. Brasseale smiles into the camera wearing a red floral dress with her sunglasses pushed back on her head. Her long hair is slightly windswept and she looks into the camera confidently
Dr. Elizabeth A. Brasseale
School of Marine and Environmental Affairs
University of Washington

Dr. Elizabeth A Brasseale is a Postdoctoral Coastal Ocean Modeler in the College of the Environment at the University of Washington. 

"I’m an oceanographer who specializes in computer models of coastal ocean circulation. My research includes inland waterways (such as estuaries, inlets, and coastal seas) and extends from the surf zone to the continental slope. I love coastal oceanography because the caost is the part of the ocean that people interact with most! I’m trained as a physical oceanographer to study the physical forces that drive coastal currents. Along my path through science, I’ve collaborated on many research projects on the interaction between physics and biology (macro and micro). These days, integrating biology into hydrodynamic models is one of my areas of expertise. My weapons of choice are Regional Ocean Modeling System (for modeling) and python (for analysis)."

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