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Environmental Processes

The phenomena, concepts, and technology essential for maintaining the quality of the air-land-water environment are the concerns of environmental engineers. Specialization in Environmental Engineering requires an understanding of the biological, chemical, and physical phenomena that affect the behavior and fate of contaminants in natural systems as well as the planning, design, and operation of the engineering facilities needed to ensure effective control of environmental quality. Faculty members concentrate their efforts on the mechanisms of pollutant transformation in nature, contaminant transport and biodegradation in the environment as well as water quality control engineering for sustainable water treatment in developing countries.

Research Area Faculty

  Name Department Contact
deh262.jpg Helbling, Damian E.
Assistant Professor
Civil and Environmental Engineering 273 Hollister Hall
607 255-5146
mcr239.jpg Reid, Matthew
Assistant Professor
Civil and Environmental Engineering 267 Hollister Hall
607 255-6082
rer26.jpg Richardson, Ruth E.
Associate Professor
Civil and Environmental Engineering 271 Hollister Hall
607 255-3233
mw24.jpg Weber-Shirk, Monroe
Senior Lecturer
Civil and Environmental Engineering 265 Hollister
607 216 -8445
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