Socolofsky, Scott individual record

My research is in the broad area of Environmental Fluid Mechanics, with emphasis on laboratory experiments and data analysis to elucidate mixing mechanisms by turbulence and coherent structures. Current research projects study turbulent mixing processes in three contexts: (1) multiphase plumes, (2) shallow tidal inlets, and (3) natural seeps.

education and training
selected publications
Academic Articles59
  • Socolofsky, S. A., & Rehmann, C. R. (2012). Bubble plumes. Handbook of Environmental Fluid Dynamics: Systems, Pollution, Modeling, and Measurements. (pp. 55-67).
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  • Socolofsky, S. A., Bleninger, T., & Doneker, R. L. (2012). Jets and plumes. Handbook of Environmental Fluid Dynamics, Volume One: Overview and Fundamentals. (pp. 329-348).
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  • Bleninger, T., Herlina, H., Weitbrecht, V., & Socolofsky, S. (2012). Mixing and transport processes in environmental fluid systems: Gerhard Jirka’s scientific achievements. Environmental Fluid Mechanics: Memorial Volume in Honour of Prof. Gerhard H. Jirka. (pp. 1-36).
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  • North, E. W., Adams, E. E., Schlag, Z., Sherwood, C. P., He, R., Hyun, K. H., & Socolofsky, S. A. (2011). Simulating oil droplet dispersal from the deepwater horizon spill with a lagrangian approach. Geophysical Monograph Series. Monitoring and Modeling the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: A Record Breaking Enterprise. (pp. 217-226). American Geophysical Union.
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Conference Papers8
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Texas A&M University; Civil Engineering; 3136 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3136