Arthur C Trembanis

School of Marine Science & Policy

Phone: (302) 831-2498

Email: art@udel.edu

Office: 109 Penny Hall

Journalists: Andrea Boyle Tippett (UD Media Relations) can assist with interview requests for this expert. 302-831-1421, aboyle@udel.edu
  • Focuses on understanding how waves and currents shape the beach and seabed.
  • Utilizes underwater robots to explore the sea and examine what lies on the ocean floor. Exploration sites include shipwrecks.
  • Trembanis develops new autonomous underwater robot technologies and data visualization techniques.
  • Expeditions include dives off the island of Bonaire (in the Southern Caribbean), Black Sea, Delaware Bay and Tasman Bay, New Zealand.
  • Can discuss beach nourishment, sediment transport and scour (erosion) and seafloor mapping.

Curriculum Vitae:
http://www.udel.edu/experts/cvs/326602474-Arthur_C_Trembanis.pdf

Web Site:
http://www.ceoe.udel.edu/our-people/profiles/art

Title:
Associate Professor, School of Marine Science and Policy

In The News:
The Super Bowl of marine science (Technica.ly)
Robots, scientists map Broadkill (News Journal)
Data shows impact of January storm on seafloor (News Journal)

Environmentalists request change to Delaware's beach replenishment practices (Newsworks)
UD robotics students map Severn River floor (Cape Gazette Online)

UDaily Articles:
Fingerprint algorithm helps UD researchers characterize ripples on the ocean floor to understand storm behavior
UD works with National Park Service on Superstorm Sandy mapping study
UD grad students lead fieldwork, mapping exercise for Naval Academy midshipmen
High school students participate in CEOE's summer camp
Research set-aside helps sustain Atlantic sea scallop fishery
CEOE oceanographers recover underwater robot lost at sea
UD scientists assist Aegean Sea research expedition using underwater robot
Volunteers analyze images in crowdsourced scallop research project
New remotely operated vehicle to aid UD marine research efforts

Keywords:
coastal, water, ocean, marine, geological sciences, beach, robotics, scallops, shipwreck