Pace Wilber

Southeast Regional Office, NOAA Fisheries

Address: Charleston, South Carolina
Phone: 843.460.9926
Personal Website:


Ph.D., 1988, Florida State University

Research Interests

  • Benthic ecology
  • Environmental management

Current and planned research projects

  • benthic ecology particularly within urban estuaries
  • environmental impacts from beach nourishment


  • Miller MW, J Karazsia, CE Groves, S Griffin, T Moore, P Wilber, K Gregg. 2016. Detecting sedimentation impacts to coral reefs resulting from dredging the Port of Miami, Florida USA.  PeerJ 4:e2711
  • Bain, M., J. Lodge, D.J. Suszkowski, D. Botkin, A. Brash, C. Craft, R. Diaz, K. Farley, Y. Gelb, J.S. Levinton, W. Matuszeski, F. Steimle and P. Wilber. 2007. Target Ecosystem Characteristics for the Hudson Raritan Estuary: Technical Guidance for Developing a Comprehensive Ecosystem Restoration Plan. A report to the Port Authority of NY/NJ. Hudson River Foundation, New York, NY. 106 pp.
  • Yozzo, D., P. Wilber and R. Will. (2004) Beneficial use of dredged material for habitat creation, enhancement, and restoration in New York - New Jersey Harbor. Journal of Environmental Management 73:39-52.
  • Wilber, P. and L. Iocco. (2003) Using GIS to examine changes in the bathymetry of borrow pits and in Lower Bay, New York Harbor, USA. Marine Geodesy 26:49-61.