|Department of Oceanography
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U. S. Naval Academy
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2010-present: Assistant Professor (Military), Oceanography, U. S. Naval Academy
1999-2010: Surface Warfare Officer (USNR); ONR/NRL S&T Reserve Program 38 Project Officer, Arlington, VA
2009-2010: Research Scientist; Marine Biogeochemistry (Code 6114), Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), Washington, DC
2007-2009: National Research Council (NRC) Postdoctoral Research Associate; Marine Biogeochemistry (Code 6114), Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), Washington, DC
2000-2007: Graduate Research Assistant / Teaching Assistant; Environmental, Earth, and Ocean Science (EEOS) Department, University of Massachusetts, Boston (UMB)
1999-2000: Product Engineer; Control Components Technology, General Electric Industrial Systems, Plainville, CT
1998-1999: Field Service Manager; Small Business Systems, Lucent Technologies, San Francisco, CA
1996-1998: Reactor Electrical Division Officer (U. S. Navy); USS NIMITZ (CVN 68)
1995-1996: Nuclear Propulsion Plant Watch Officer (S8G); U. S. Navy Nuclear Power School and Prototype; Orlando, FL and Ballston Spa, NY
1994-1995: Antisubmarine Warfare Officer (U. S. Navy); USS CROMMELIN (FFG 37)
2007: Ph.D., Environmental Science (geochemistry), University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA
2003: M.S., Environmental Science, University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA
1993: B. S., Physics, U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD
U. S. Naval Academy, Department of Oceanography
SO234: General Oceanography II (Introduction to Chemical and Biological Oceanography)
SO445: Global Climate Change
SO470A: Capstone Seminar (Environmental Biogeochemistry)
SO495/496: Readings in Oceanography
SO505/506: Independent Research
Leski, T.A., M. J. Gregory, A. P. Malanoski, J. P. Smith, H. Glaven, Z. Wang, D. A. Stenger, B. Lin. 2010. “Analysis of dust samples from the Middle East using high density resequencing microarray ‘RPM-TEI’”. Proc. of SPIE 7666, 11p.
Cantwell, M. G., B. A. Wilson, J. Zhu, J. W. King, G. T. Wallace, C. R. Olsen, R. M. Burgess, and J. P. Smith. 2010. Temporal trends of triclosan contamination in dated sediment cores from four urbanized estuaries: Evidence of preservation and accumulation. Chemosphere 78: 347-352.
Smith, J. P., T. D. Bullen, D. J. Brabander, and C. R. Olsen. 2009. Strontium isotope record of seasonal-scale variations in sediment sources and sediment trapping in low-energy, subtidal areas of the lower Hudson River Estuary. Chemical Geology 264: 375-384.
Coffin, R. B., L. Hamdan, R. Plummer, J. P. Smith, J. Gardner, and W. T. Wood. 2008. Analysis of sulfate and methane flux in methane charged sediments from the Mississippi Canyon, Gulf of Mexico. Marine and Petroleum Geology 25: 977-987.
Smith, J. P., S. D. Oktay, J. Kada, and C. R. Olsen. 2008. Iodine-131: A potential short-lived, wastewater-specific particle tracer in an urbanized estuarine system. Environ. Sci. Technol. 42: 5435-5440.
Yang, S. L., J. Zhang, J. Zhu, J. P. Smith, S. B. Dai, A. Gao and P. Li. 2005. Impact of dams on Yangtze River sediment supply to the sea and delta intertidal wetland response. Journal of Geophysical Research (Earth surface) 110: F03006.
Oktay, S. D., D. J. Brabander, J. P. Smith, J. Kada, T. D. Bullen, and C. R. Olsen. 2003. WTC geochemical fingerprint recorded in New York Harbor sediments. EOS Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union 84(3): 21-28.
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