Sequoia Riley

Research Associate: Coastal Resources

Sequoia Riley is a Research Associate with The Water Institute of the Gulf under the Department of Human Dimensions.

Before joining the Institute, Sequoia received her marine resource management master’s degree from Texas A&M University where her master’s non-thesis project involved evaluating the vulnerability of Toxic Release Inventory to determine how they may impact marine life on the Texas Coast.

Sequoia earned her bachelor’s degree in marine science, with a minor in applied mathematics, from Coastal Carolina University located in Conway, South Carolina. Her research interests include coastal resilience adaptation and climate hazard mitigation planning, including coastal geospatial and geostatistical analyses.