Ph.D. Colorado State University, 1981
- Professor of Civil Engineering
hydrogeology, hydrogeologic monitoring, water resources and hydrology.
My research includes development, utility, and effectiveness of hydrologic field methods for measurement of parameters (velocity, dispersion, transmissivity, storage, etc.) as well as movement, monitoring, and biodegradation of petroleum hydrocarbon contamination in soil, groundwater, cold regions, and salt marshes. Innovative well construction methods for assessment of contaminated sites, hydrology and hydraulics of liquid and solid waste management practices (land application of sludge, landfill leachate recirculation, mounding under large septic system leach fields) are also research interests of mine.
Fluid Mechanics CiE 642; Open Channel Flow CiE 741; Engineering Hydrology CiE 745; Design of Pressure Water Transmission Systems CiE 755; Coastal Engineering CiE/ME/OE 757; Storm Water Design CiE 758; Stream Restoration CiE 759; Hydrologic Monitoring CiE 940; River Mechanics CiE 942; Advanced Groundwater Topics CiE 945