Dr. Steve Morey

Dr. Steven Morey is the Distinguished Research Scientist for the NOAA Center for Coastal and Marine Ecosystems and a Professor in the Florida A&M University School of the Environment. He earned his Ph.D. in oceanography from Florida State University and, prior to joining the faculty at FAMU, was a Senior Research Scientist at the FSU Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies. He is a physical oceanographer with expertise in hydrodynamic modeling, coastal processes, and impacts of circulation and environmental variability on marine ecosystems. Dr. Morey's current research includes modeling of Apalachicola Bay hydrodynamic and ecological response to freshwater flow variability, assessing and improving models for Gulf of Mexico circulation, and applications of satellite wind measurements to coastal oceanography.

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