Welcome to the HydroEcology Lab at Auburn University!
I am an Associate Professor in Biosystems Engineering at Auburn University.
My research interests include hydrology, hydrodynamics, ecology, modeling, and watershed management. My work crosses disciplinary boundaries through collaboration with a variety of departments including Law, Anthropology, Wildlife, and Forestry.
Our lab is dedicated to understanding and modeling the complex issues between hydrology and ecology with a committed interest in management issues. We work toward responsible and sustainable solutions for today’s wicked ecologic and hydrologic problems.
Below are a few examples of past and present research projects that we are working on.
- Hydrodynamic and water quality modeling in the Western Mississippi Sound – Mississippi State Department of Environmental Quality and National Fish and Wildlife Federation
- The Efficacy of Marsh Terraces in Enhancing and Restoring Gulf Coastal Wetlands – National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine
- Gulf of Mexico strategic conservation assessment – National Fish and Wildlife Federation
- AOML-NGI South Florida Water Quality Data Analyses – National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration
- Investigating methodologies for remote sensing of sediment tracers – National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration
- Development of a wave and current sensor for low-energy, shallow coastal environments – Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experimental Station
- Bridging the Channels: Dredge Spoil in the Coastal Sand Transport System – Mississippi Department of Marine Resources
- Expanding the integrated ecosystem assessment for the Northern Gulf of Mexico estuaries – National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration
Anna Linhoss Ph.D.
Associate Professor in Biosystems Engineering Auburn University, Auburn Alabama, USA
Phone: (334) 844-7426