Students


Research Assistants

I am currently seeking graduate students who share a fascination with water and its role in mediating a myriad of physical, chemical, and biological interactions occurring on and within the Earth that allow life to exist.

If this is you, please contact me!

Check out the Hydrology Emphasis graduate program for more information about the study of water in natural systems at the University of Mississippi.

Thesis and Dissertation Committee Member

Master Thesis

Griffen, Jonathan (Spring 2014), A Continuous Hydrologic Model Structure for Applications at Multiple Time Scales, University of Central Florida, Department of Civil, Environmental, and Construction Engineering

Abera, Liya (Spring 2015), Analysis of pervious concrete as a stormwater management tool using SWMM Modeling, University of Mississippi, Department of Civil Engineering

Berry, Ross (expected 2015), Removal of Trapped and Compressed Air from Mudrocks: Role of Diffusion, University of Mississippi, Department of Geology & Geological Engineering

Jones, Aaron, Light visualization of multiphase flow through sandstone and other porous media, University of Mississippi, Department of Geology & Geological Engineering

Ph.D. Dissertation

Hardin, Michael (Fall 2014), Development of Treatment Train Techniques for the Evaluation of Low Impact Development in Urban Regions, University of Central Florida, Department of Civil, Environmental, and Construction Engineering

Hood, Andrew (expected 2015), An Assessment of Biosorption Materials for the Removal of Nutrients in Ultra-urban Stormwater Treatment Systems, University of Central Florida, Department of Civil, Environmental, and Construction Engineering