Henry and Joyce Miedema Professor of Environmental Engineering
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Mark Stacey is the Henry and Joyce Miedema Chair in Civil and Environmental Engineering and Department Chair at UC Berkeley. Stacey’s research and teaching focus are on environmental fluid mechanics, with an emphasis on estuaries and the coastal oceans. In the past decade, his research has expanded into the physics of sea level rise in tidal estuaries, including interactions with human infrastructure and the resilience of communities along estuarine shorelines. He also received the prestigious National Science Foundation CAREER award and the Fofonoff Award from the American Meteorological Society.
Ph.D., Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University, 1996
M.S., Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University, 1993
B.A.S., Physics and Political Science, Stanford University, 1991