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Chad A. Greene

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Chad Greene
Ph.D. Student

electronic mail address: chad {at} chadagreene {dot} com
world-wide internet website:
physical office number: 2.244

UTIG supervisor: Don D. Blankenship


Previous education:

MS, Mechanical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, 2010.
BS, Mechanical Engineering, Virginia Commonwealth University, 2007.

Peer-Reviewed Publications:

Christopher J. Wilson, Preston S. Wilson, and Chad A. Greene.  Seagrass meadows provide an acoustic refuge for estuarine fish.  Journal of Marine Ecology Progress Series [forthcoming].

Chad A. Greene and Preston S. Wilson.  Laboratory investigation of a  passive acoustic method for measurement of underwater gas seep ebullition.  Journal of the Acoustical Society of America Express Letters 131 EL61–EL66, 2011. 

Christopher J. Wilson, Preston S. Wilson, Chad A. Greene, and Kenneth H. Dunton.  Seagrass leaves in 3-D: Using computed tomography and low-frequency acoustics to investigate the material properties of seagrass tissue. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 395 128–134, 2010.


Charles S. Jackson, Chad A. Greene, John A. Goff, Scott D. Kempf, Duncan A. Young, Evelyn Powell, and Donald D. Blankenship.  Ice bed geometry: estimates of known unknowns.  Proceedings of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Conference on Uncertainty Quantification 120, 2012.