Titel: Proceedings of the 2007 National Conference on Environmental Science and Technology
Autoren/Herausgeber: Godfrey Uzochukwu, Keith Schimmel, Shoou-Yuh Chang, Vinayak Kabadi, Stephanie Luster-Teasley, Gudigopuram Reddy, Emmanuel Nzewi (Hrsg.)
Format: 23,5 x 15,5 cm
Gewicht: 611 g
Godfrey A. Uzochukwu teaches interdisciplinary courses in environmental sciences. Research areas include: soil and mineral properties for better land use, uses of natural resources data, assessment and evaluation of environmental technologies, interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary environmental processes and ecology.
Keith Schimmel's research interests include bioremediation, membrane separations and membrane reactors, nondispersive extraction, bioseparations, engineering education, and multimedia courseware development.
Shoou-Yuh Chang teaches graduate courses and conducts research in environmental engineering (solid waste management), including fate and transport of contaminants.
Vinayak Kabadi conducts research on simulation studies and pollution particle dynamics.
Stephanie Luster-Teasley's work includes water and wastewater treatment, physical and chemical remediation of soil and groundwater, and air pollution. Her research specialty is remediation of water/wastewater and soil through advanced oxidation processes using ozone, UV/H2O and Fenton's Reagent. Her research typically focuses on treatment processes, reaction kinetics, byproduct formation, and toxicology.
Gudigopuram Reddy's research interests include bioremediation and pollution prevention.
Emmanuel Nzewi's research areas are water resources systems analysis; urban hydraulics; hydrology and expert systems, particularly hydropower production and real-time reservoir operations optimization; gravity sewer network analysis and design; hydrological analysis of urban watersheds; remote sensing and geographic information systems (GIS) for urban systems and natural resources systems modeling; puckering of ringed molecules and probabilistic optimization; and analysis of pipe breakage in water distribution systems.