Episode 20: The Impact of Seasonal Vegetation on Coastal Dune Storm Recovery

Travel on a journey with Pete Tereszkiewicz, Ph.D. candidate at the University of South Carolina, as he battled COVID restrictions, nor’easters, and hurricane Ian to understand how wind, water, sediment interactions, and seasonal vegetation affect beach dune creation, deformation, and erosion.


Peter Tereszkiewicz is a PhD candidate at the University of South Carolina. His current research focuses on coastal dunes and understanding how seasonal vegetation such as dune grasses and sediment interactions affect dune growth and post-storm recovery.

Links to learn more about Peter

Article about Peter's research

Peter on Research Gate



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