Faculty Showcase News Articles
Faculty Showcase articles were created by the NPS Public Affairs Office to highlight the research of Naval Postgraduate School faculty. These articles were originally presented in a part of the NPS "News Center" site called "Faculty Showcase".
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(Annual Reviews, 2011);Rip currents are fast-moving flows, traveling “outward almost at right angles to the shore” (Shepard 1936), creating a natural hazard for beachgoers, who suddenly find themselves in deep water. Field measurements and ...
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2003);The Internet continues to grow exponentially. It is estimated that over 1 billion people – one-sixth of humanity – will be on-line by 2005, two thirds of them abroad. Along with this increase in net users, has come an ...
(2016-11-28);A major study, released in late November in the journal “Nature,” reveals the history of retreat of the massive Pine Island Glacier (PIG) in western Antarctica, widely considered one of the largest contributors to global ...