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• ESF - Environmental Resources
Engineering
• Email: [email protected]
• Area of Interests: Water
Resources Engineering
Greg Boyer
Department of Chemistry
[email protected]
Interests: drinking water
quality, Harmful algal blooms, algal toxins
Great Lakes, Rock Climbing.
Eric Bureau
Department:
Email:
Interests:
ERE undergrad senior
[email protected]
Water Resources Eng.
ERE 797
• Name: Mirian Roxana Calderon
• Affiliation: GPES
• Email: [email protected]
• Area of interest: River restoration,
bioindicators and water quality.
Julia Chase
• Department of Environmental Studies
• Email: [email protected]
• Area of Interest: Environmental Policy
and Natural Resource Management with a
focus on issues of water quality and
sustainable use
Area of interest:
Dragonflies!
Particularly nymphs of
species Cordulegaster
diastatops
Dan Dohman
Environmental Resources Engineering
[email protected]
Area of Interest: Ecological
Engineering
Andrea Fortman
• [email protected]
• Environmental
Resources Engineering
– Water Resources
Engineering
Game, Ibrahim
Division:
Graduate Program in Environmental Science
Email: [email protected]
Area of Interest:
Environmental Monitoring and
ERE 797
SUNY-ESF
Modeling
Casey Halton
 M.S. , Water Resources Engineering
 [email protected]
 Stream Restoration
Naomi F. Henry
• Environmental Resources EngineeringWater Resources
• Email: [email protected]
• Area of interest: Understanding how
climactic and anthropogenic factors
affect water resources availability.
Flow prediction, water resources
management.
•Caity Homan
•FNRM
[email protected]
•Effects of invasive
earthworms on forest
ecosystems
Hwang, Kyotaek
 PhD student, Department of Civil and Environmental
Engineering, SU
 Email: [email protected]
 Area of Interest: Physical hydrology, Land surfaceatmosphere interaction, Wetland construction and
management, Soil moisture behavior
OWEN HUNTER
Department: Environmental Resources
 Email: [email protected]
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Areas of interest: soil physics,
chemistry, mechanics; stormwater,
erosion, geosynthetics,
groundwater, groundwater
contaminants.
HARINI KADAMBI
• DEPT: ENV RESOURCES ENGR
• EMAIL: [email protected]
• AREA OF INTEREST: WATER QUALITY/REUSE IN
INDUSTRY, WATER QUALITY IN FOOD SECURITY
• RESEARCH AREA: MODELING OF ANAEROBIC
DIGESTER USING CFD
Babak Kasaee
 PhD, Civil & Environmental Engineering
 Email: [email protected]
 Area of Interest: Green Infrastructures, Spatial Analysis
“Peter” Yong Seuk Kwon
 Environmental Resources Engineering
 Email: [email protected]
 Area of Interest: Ecological Restoration, Effects of
Land Cover and Climate Change on Streamflow
Myron J. Mitchell
 Environmental and Forest Biology
 Email: [email protected]
 Area of Interest: Effects of Atmospheric Pollutants
and Climate Change on the Biogeochemistry of
Forested Watersheds
Tamir Puntsag
• Water &Wetland Resource Studies
• Email: [email protected]
• Area of Interest: Climate change on Biogeochemistry
of Forested Watersheds, Trace metal contamination
Neil H. Ringler
Environmental and Forest Biology
Office of Research Programs
neilringler @esf.edu
Aquatic Biology: Aquatic
Entomology and Fisheries Science
Marie
Schoenenberger :)
Environmental Resources
Engineering
Email: [email protected]
Areas of interest:
Restoration, remediation;
Microbial population, health,
and interactions in Solvay
waste beds
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Environmental and Forest
Biology
Email: [email protected]
Area of Interest: Fish and
macroinvertebrate ecology.
Margaret Stepp
• Environmental Resources Engineering
• [email protected]
• Speleology, Geospatial Engineering, Water Resources
Engineering, Remediation
Camille Warner
 Department: Environmental and
Forest Biology
 [email protected]
 Area of Interest- Remediation of
Tricholorethylene in a Wetland
Microcosm: An Investigation of
the Plants and Microbes
 Dr. Gord Paterson
 Environmental & Forest Biology
(SUNY-ESF)
 [email protected]
 Environmental & Aquatic Toxicology
 Emerging pollutants
 Persistent organic pollutants as
bioenergetic indicators
 Food web biomagnification and
ecological efficiencies

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