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Ping  Wang

Ping Wang

Ping Wang
Associate Professor

Contact

Office: CHE 215
Phone: 813/974-9170
Email: pwang@usf.edu

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Education

Ph.D., University of South Florida, 1995

Research

Coastal geology,Sedimentary Geology,Coastal sedimentary processes,Nearshore sediment transport,Nearshore wave and current dynamics,Coastal morphodynamics,Coastal engineering and management.

Graduate Students

Jesse Asher, Katie Brutsche, Jun Cheng, Michael Cook, Lance Croft, Denise Davis, Mark Horwitz, James Kirby, Emeli Sandoval, Kristina Stadtherr, Brian Szenay, Daphanee Waters, Ming Xie, Joshua Yates

Specialty Area

Coastal Research

Current Courses

RefCourseSecCourse TitleCRDayTimeLocation
11253GLY 4554C001The Earth's Surface
4T
R
2:00pm-3:15pm
2:00pm-5:45pm
CHE 313
CHE 313
13698GLY 6971014Thesis: Master's
2-19
TBA TBA
18638GLY 7912014Directed Research
1-30
TBA TBA
20611GLY 7980014Dissertation: Doctoral
2-19
TBA TBA

Recent Publications

Wang, P., Kirby, J.H., Haber, J.D., Horwitz, M.H., Knorr, P.O., and Krock, J.R., 2006. Morphological and sedimentological impacts of Hurricane Ivan and immediate post-storm beach recovery along the northwestern Florida barrier-island coasts. Journal of Coastal Research, 1382-1403.

Wang, P. and Horwitz, M.H., 2006 (published online). Erosional and Depositional Characteristics of Regional Overwash Deposits Caused by Multiple Hurricanes. Sedimentology.

Li, C., Wang, P. (corresponding author), Fan, D., and Yang, S., 2006. Characteristics and formation of Late-Quaternary incised-valley-fill sequences in sediment-rich deltas and estuaries: case studies from China. SEPM Special Publication 85.

Elko, N.A. and Wang,P., 2007. Immediate profile and planform evolution of a beach nourishment project with hurricane influences. Coastal Engineering. 54, 54-79.

Wang, P., Ebersole, B.A., Smith, E.R., and Johnson, B.D., 2002. Temporal and spatial variations of surf-zone currents and suspended-sediment concentration. Coastal Engineering, 46, 175-211.