JULIET SIMPSON
Coastal Ecologist

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Juliet Simpson is a coastal aquatic ecologist with the MIT Sea Grant College Program in the Marine Advisory Services group. Her primary interests are in the effects of climate change on salt marshes and other coastal habitats, the ecology and physiology of fresh- and saltwater plants and algae, water quality regulation, and the transport and fate of terrestrially-derived pollutants (nutrients, metals, and emerging contaminants such as pharmaceuticals and personal care products) to the coastal ocean.

Current Projects
A Risk Analysis for Emerging Contaminants in Coastal Massachusetts
Salt Marshes, Storm Surge, and Sea Level Rise: A Web-based Mapping Tool to Support Land Use Planning
Climate Change Tools and Resources
Hurricane Preparedness

Education
Ph.D. in Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology, University of California, Santa Barbara
B.S. in Biology and Marine Science, State University of New York at Stony Brook

MIT Sea Grant Publications

Massachusetts Homeowner's Handbook to Prepare for Coastal Hazards
Greg Berman, Juliet Simpson
2013, MITSG 13-10
Handbooks, manuals, guides/aids

Online Climate Change Tools & Resources
Juliet Simpson
2012, MITSG 12-04
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