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Joe Schubauer-Berigan, Chief, Environmental Stressors Management Branch

Research Emphasis:

Dr. Schubauer-Berigan is an ecologist and environmental scientist with EPA’s National Risk Management Research Laboratory. His work includes conducting field studies and applying models to quantify the ecological services provided by wetlands; evaluating the effectiveness of risk management practices in mitigating pollution in sediments, water and watersheds; and developing methods to provide sustainable landscape restoration alternatives.

Contact Information:

Primary Organization:  U.S. Ecological Protection Agency

Mailing Address:

Dr Joseph P. Schubauer-Berigan
26 W. Martin Luther King Drive
National Risk Management Research Laboratory
USEPA Office of Research and Development
Cincinnati, Ohio 45268

Office Phone:  (513) 569-7734

FAX Number:  (513) 569-7620

E-Mail:  schubauer-berigan.joseph@epa.gov


GCE Data Sets:

NUT-GCES-1608 (Porewater chemistry measurements from the GCE-LTER Seawater Addition Long-Term Experiment (SALTEx))

GCE Publications and Presentations: (custom bibliography)

Journal Articles

Craft, C.B., Herbert, E., Li, F., Smith, D., Schubauer-Berigan, J.P., Widney, S., Angelini, C., Pennings, S.C., Medeiros, P.M., Byers, J. and Alber, M. 2016. Climate change and the fate of coastal wetlands. Wetland Science and Practice. 33(3):70-73.

Conference Posters and Presentations

Smith, D., Herbert, E., Li, F., Widney, S., Desha, J., Schubauer-Berigan, J.P., Pennings, S.C., Angelini, C., Medeiros, P.M., Byers, J., Alber, M. and Craft, C.B. 2016. Poster: Seawater Addition Long Term Experiment (SALTEx). SEERS 2016 Spring Meeting, March 10-12, 2016, Bluffton, South Carolina.

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under grants OCE-9982133, OCE-0620959 and OCE-1237140. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.