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Environmental and Water Resources Systems

Research in Environmental and Water Resources Systems Engineering is concerned with the development and application of quantitative methods for the evaluation, planning and operation of water resource and environmental systems. Efforts address the integration and analysis of engineering and economic-policy issues posed by the need to manage water, land, air and human resources, as well as environmental remediation efforts. The fundamental sciences upon which such analyses are based include hydrology, hydraulics, environmental sciences, biology, and environmental engineering.

Research Area Faculty

  Name Department Contact
pmr82.jpg Reed, Patrick M.
Civil and Environmental Engineering 211 Hollister Hall
607 255-2024
jrs5.jpg Stedinger, Jery Russell
Dwight C. Baum Professorship in Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering 213 Hollister Hall
607 255-2351