Carland Holstead's Resume
- M.S. Marine Resources Management - Texas A&M University at Galveston - 2011
- B.S. Marine Biology - University of Southern Mississippi - 2005
Carland is currently working as both a Research Assistant within the Center for Texas Beaches and Shores at Texas A&M University at Galveston and as a Regulatory Specialist for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Galveston, Texas.
As a Research Assistant, Carland has assisted on a research project headed by Dr. Wes Highfield studying debris management after major hurricanes and storms and is currently assisting on a project also headed by Dr. Highfield conducting a damage assessment for Bolivar Peninsula (Chambers County, TX) in the wake of Hurricane Ike in 2008 utilizing GIS strategies. His Masters project consists of developing a resiliency analysis of the Rigs-To-Reef Program.
Carland has many interests including environmental planning, coastal resilience, coastal sustainability, and environmental policy. He is set to graduate from Texas A&M in December of 2011 and will explore environmental disciplines with the possibility of applying for Doctoral programs.
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