Reza Marsooli

Assistant Professor

School: School of Engineering and Science

Department: Civil, Environmental and Ocean Engineering

Building: ABS

Room: 223

Phone: (201) 216-5654




Flood hazards, nature-based flood mitigation, storm surge and wave climate, wave-current interactions, hydrodynamics, morphodynamics.

Selected Publications
Conference Proceeding
    Journal Article
    1. Wang, Y.; Marsooli, R. (2021). Physical Instability of Individuals Exposed to Storm-Induced Coastal Flooding: Vulnerability of New Yorkers during Hurricane Sandy. Water Resources Research (1 ed., vol. 57). AGU or American Geophysical Union.
    2. Marsooli, R.; Wang, Y. (2020). Quantifying Tidal Phase Effects on Coastal Flooding Induced by Hurricane Sandy in Manhattan, New York Using a Micro-Scale Hydrodynamic Model. Frontiers in Built Environment (149 ed., vol. 6). Frontiers Media S.A..
    3. Hu, P.; Xie, J.; Li, W.; He, Z.; Marsooli, R.; Wu, W. (2020). A RANS numerical study of experimental swash flows and its bed shear stress estimation. Applied Ocean Research (vol. 100). Elsevier.
    4. El Safty, H.; Marsooli, R. (2020). Ship Wakes and Their Potential Impacts on Salt Marshes in Jamaica Bay, New York. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering (5 ed., vol. 8). MDPI or Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute.
    5. Marsooli, R.; Lin, N.; Emanuel, K.; Feng, K. (2019). Climate Change Exacerbates Hurricane Flood Hazards Along U.S. Atlantic and Gulf Coasts in Spatially Varying Patterns. Nature Communications (3785 ed., vol. 10).
    6. Lin, N.; Marsooli, R.; Colle, B. (2019). Storm surge return levels induced by mid-to-late-twenty-first-century extratropical cyclones in the Northeastern United States. Climatic Change (1-2 ed., vol. 154, pp. 143-158).

    Fluid Mechanics, Urban Oceanography