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Joseph Smoak

FCE Site Role
Project Collaborator

Affiliation
University of South Florida St. Petersburg

Research
Uranium and thorium series radionuclides as tracers of geological processes; organic carbon burial in wetlands; mangrove ecosystem response to sea-level change

FCE Working groups
Carbon Cycling, Organic Matter Dynamics

  • Contact
    • Mailing address:
    • Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Geography
    • USF St Petersburg Dav 100
    • St. Petersburg, FL 33701
  • Recent FCE Leveraged Projects
    Organic carbon biomass, burial, and biogeochemistry in blue carbon ecosystems along the South Florida coast: climate change and anthropogenic influences

    Authors: Smoak, J.M.
    Funding organization: U.S. Department of Agriculture
    Time period: May 2017 - May 2020

    Organic carbon biomass, burial, and biogeochemistry in blue carbon ecosystems along the South Florida coast: climate change and anthropogenic influences

    Authors: Smoak, J.M.
    Funding organization: U.S. Department of Agriculture
    Time period: 01 Jan 2017 - 01 Jan 2020

  • Recent FCE Presentations

    Smoak, J.M., J.L. Breithaupt, R.P. Moyer, K. Radabaugh, T.S. Bianchi, D. Vaughn, B.E. Rosenheim, C. Schafer, L.G. Chambers, S. Harttung and J. Kominoski. 2019. Sea-level rise and storms alter soil carbon dynamics of southwest Florida mangrove forests. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, December 13, 2019.

    Chavez, S., S. Wdowinski, D. Lagomasino, T.E. Fatoyinbo, B. Cook, E. Castañeda-Moya, R.P. Moyer, K. Radabaugh and J.M. Smoak. 2019. Observing changes in the mangrove forests of the south Florida Everglades following Hurricane Irma using remote sensing measurements. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, December 9, 2019.