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Journal of Marine Science: Research & Development
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Henry J Bokuniewicz

Henry J Bokuniewicz
Henry J Bokuniewicz
Marine Sciences Research Center
State University of New York
Tel: 631-632-8674
Fax: 631-632-8820
State University of New York


Dr. Bokuniewicz is a Distinguished-Service Professor of Oceanography at the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences of Stony Brook University. He holds his doctorate in Geophysics from Yale University (1976). He has over 30 years research experience in the dynamics of coastal processes, currently engaged in studies of infragravity waves. He is an internationally recognized expert also on the dispersion of contaminants and dredging. He is author or co-author of over 100 refereed articles and many other articles and reports.

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My research is concerned primarily with the behavior of coastal sedimentary systems and coastal groundwater hydrology. My students and I are working with the dynamics of coastal processes, exploring, now, the role of infragravity waves and edge waves in modulating coastal conditions especially the occurrence of rip currents. We are involved with monitoring programs for ocean beaches to investigate shoreline changes, beach dynamics and responses to storms. Other research is being done on wakes of large ships moving across shallow harbors. Field work also is undertaken to quantify the seepage of groundwater across the sea floor especially around oceanic islands as well as to investigate the global impact of coastal groundwater seepage.



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