3D Model with contour lines of Halbouty Pump Station
Preliminary ELM-PFLOTRAN model simulation results from single-point simulations of wetland vegetation and biogeochemistry of the Salt Bayou Estuary salt marsh site.


The open sharing of datasets, derived datasets, and modeling outputs among researchers, the broader scientific community, and the public is critical to advancing the scientific goals and objectives of our SETx-UIFL and the US Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science’s Office of Biological and Environmental Research. Parts of our data products are uploaded to the ESS-DIVE platform for community access.

  • Models of water and carbon cycles
  • Observations from water and air sensors
  • Interviews including handouts for communities and downloadable talks

Publications and Presentation


  • Lobo, J., Aggarwal, R.M., Alberti, M., Allen-Dumas, M., Bettencourt, L.M., Boone, C., Brelsford, C., Broto, V.C., Eakin, H., Bagchi-Sen, S. and Meerow, S. Integration of urban science and urban climate adaptation research: opportunities to advance climate action. npj Urban Sustain 3, 1–9 (2023).
  • Wang, M., Passalacqua, P., Cai, S., & Dawson, C. (2024). C-HAND: Near Real-Time Coastal Flood Mapping. Frontiers in Water6, 1329109.

Books and other non-periodical, one-time publications

  • Dupont, E., N. Garcia, C. Huang, A. Odusote, K. Rath, N. Rosenheim. (2023) “State of the Community Report for Beaumont-Port Arthur, Texas Metropolitan Area: 2020 Population and Economic Technical Report.” DesignSafe-CI. v1

Resources for Stakeholders

Resources for SETx-UIFL Task Force members can be found HERE.