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  • Lester, S., C. White, K. Mayall and R. Walter. 2016. Environmental and economic implications of alternative cruise ship pathways in Bermuda. Ocean & Coastal Management 132: 70-79.

  • Walter, R. and P. Phelan. 2016. Internal bore seasonality and tidal pumping of subthermocline waters at the head of the Monterey submarine canyon. Continental Shelf Research 116: 42-53.

  • Walter, R., M. Stastna, C. Woodson and S. Monismith. 2016. Observations of nonlinear internal waves at a persistent coastal upwelling front. Continental Shelf Research 117: 100-117.

  • Walter, R., C. Woodson, P. Leary and S. Monismith. 2014. Connecting wind‚Äźdriven upwelling and offshore stratification to nearshore internal bores and oxygen variability. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 119: 3517-3534.

  • Walter, R., M. Squibb, C. Woodson, J. Koseff and S. Monismith. 2014. Stratified turbulence in the nearshore coastal ocean. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 119: 8709-8730.

  • Stastna, M. and R. Walter. 2014. Transcritical generation of nonlinear internal waves in the presence of background shear flow. Physics of Fluids 26: 86601-86624.

  • Walter, R., C. Woodson, R. Arthur, O. Fringer and S. Monismith. 2012. Nearshore internal bores and turbulent mixing in southern Monterey Bay. Journal of Geophysical Research-oceans 117.

  • Walter, R., N. Nidzieko and S. Monismith. 2011. Similarity scaling of turbulence spectra and cospectra in a shallow tidal flow. Journal of Geophysical Research-oceans 116.

  • Walter, R., P. Lin, M. Edwards and R. Richardson. 2011. Investigation of factors affecting the accumulation of vinyl chloride in polyvinyl chloride piping used in drinking water distribution systems. Water Research 45: 2607-2615.

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Educational Background

  • 2014 – Ph.D., Stanford University (Environmental Fluid Mechanics)

  • 2010 – M.S., Stanford University (Environmental Fluid Mechanics)

  • 2009 – B.S., Cornell University (Civil and Environmental Engineering)

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