Gregg Snedden is a research ecologist with the Wetland and Aquatic Research Center.
Gregg is broadly trained in aquatic ecology, fisheries, wetland plant ecology, and coastal physical oceanography. Gregg’s research interests include fluvial and physical oceanographic drivers of coastal wetland hydrology, impacts of hydrology to wetland plant performance and soil dynamics, effects of Mississippi River diversions on receiving basin wetlands, and most recently, teleconnections between coastal sea-level variability and global-scale climate dynamics and the implications these linkages may impart to coastal wetland landscape sustainability.
Ph.D., Oceanography and Coastal Sciences, Louisiana State University, 2006
M.S., Fisheries Science, Louisiana State University, 1997
B.S., Aquatic Ecology, University of Illinois, 1993
2007 - Present, Research Ecologist, USGS Wetland and Aquatic Research Center (formerly National Wetlands Research Center)
2005 - 2007, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, UNC-Wilmington Center for Marine Science
2000 - 2005, Research Associate, Coastal Ecology Institute, Louisiana State University
1993 - 1997, Research Assistant, School of Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries, Louisiana State University