"Impacts of the Three-Dimensional Oceanic Thermal Structure and Translation Speed on Tropical Cyclogenesis and Intensity Fluctuations during the 2005 North Atlantic Hurricane Season." M.S. Thesis, Louisiana State University (December 2015).
"Enhanced transfer of terrestrially derived carbon to the atmosphere in a flooding event." Geophysical Research Letters (November 2012). Abstract
"Hurricane Induced Land and Vegetation Changes in the Breton Sound Estuary and Chandeleur Islands using LANDSAT 5 TM." M.S. Thesis, Louisiana State University (December 2011).
"Science Applications in the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Special Feature: Genomic and physiological footprint of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on resident marsh fishes." PNAS (September 2011). Abstract | Get the PDF
"An organic carbon budget for the Mississippi River Turbidity Plume and Plume Contributions to Air-sea CO2 Fluxes and Bottom Water Hypoxia." Estuaries and Coasts (August 2006). Abstract
"A wind-wave interaction explanation for Jelesniankski's open-ocean storm surge estimation using Hurricane Georges' (1998) measurements." National Weather Digest (January 2004): 25-31. Abstract
"A Role for Remote Sensing in Managing Mississippi River Diversions." Backscatter (December 2003).
"Advances in satellite radiometry for the surveillance of surface temperatures, ocean eddies and upwelling processes in the Gulf of Mexico using GOES-8 measurements during summer." Geophysical Research Letters (August 2003). Abstract
"Tropical Storm and Hurricane Wind Effects on Water Level, Salinity, and Sediment Transport in the River-Influenced Atchafalaya-Vermillion Bay System, Louisiana, USA." Estuaries (August 2001): 498-508. Abstract
Melvin Martin Jr..
"An evaluation of the USACE's deepwater wave prediction techniques under hurricane conditions during Georges in 1998." Journal of Coastal Research (August 2000): 823-829. Abstract
M. El Bahy,
"Geographic Information Systems and the Distribution of Schistosoma mansoni in the Nile Delta." Parasitology Today (January 1996): 119-122. Abstract