Small-scale Mixing Processes
Dr. Hebert is an Associate Professor of Oceanography at the
Graduate School of Oceanography of the University of Rhode Island.
He holds a Ph.D. in Oceanography
from Dalhousie University (1988),
a M.Sc in Physics (Geomagnetism) from the University of Victoria (1982)
and a Bachelor of Science in Physics from Dalhousie University (1980).
Following his Ph.D. he was a post-doctoral fellow at Oregon State
University under the supervision of Drs. Moum and Caldwell. In 1990,
Dr. Hebert was appointed as Assistant Professor (Senior Researcher)
in the College of Oceanography, OSU. In 1992 he joined the faculty
of the Graduate School of Oceanography.
Dr. Hebert's interests may be simply summarized as the study of
small-scale mixing processes and their effect on the larger scale
dynamics of the ocean.
However, his number one interest will be Hope ,
his beautiful daughter.
- Schedule of PO seminars at GSO.
- Demos of basical physical oceanography
- E-mail Addresses
of URI Physical Oceanography/Remote Sensing Group
Number of M.S. and Ph.D students currently supervising
Number of M.S. and Ph.D students graduated
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Prof. David Hebert
Graduate School of Oceanography
University of Rhode Island
Narragansett, RI 02882-1197
Tel: (401) 874-6610
Fax: (401) 874-6728
Last Revised: 15 October 1997