Environmental and Water Resources Emphasis

Admin Husic, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
(785) 864-6172
2134B Learned

Areas of Research

Sediment Transport

Fluvial Carbon Cycling

In-Stream Nitrogen Fate

Stable Isotope Technology

Karst Hydrogeology

N.T. Veatch Distinguished Professor
Learned Hall, 2150F

Areas of Research

Air Pollution Control

Air Quality

Air Pollution Monitoring

Aerosol Science

Transportation Related Air Pollution Control

STEM Education

Chair's Council Associate Professor
Learned Hall, 2150D

Areas of Research

Environmental Chemistry

Surface Water Quality

Pollutant Fate and Transport in the Environment 

Stormwater Treatment and Nutrient Management

Biofuel Emissions Monitoring 

Learned Hall, 4116

Areas of Research

Water Quality and Treatment

Control of Organic Contaminants

Physical/Chemical Treatment Processes

Lake and Reservoir Management

Water Reuse

Assistant Professor
Learned Hall, 2153

Areas of Research

Hydrology and Hydrologic Prediction

Drought Mechanism

Land-Atmosphere Interactions

Land Surface Modeling and Uncertainty

Remote Sensing of the Water Cycle

Seasonal Prediction for Water Resources Management

Associate Professor, Edward & Thelma Wohlgemuth Faculty Scholar
Learned Hall, 4112C

Areas of Research

Wastewater Treatment

Biofuel Production

Resource Recovery from Wastewater

Water Quality

Environmental Impact Assessment

Associate Professor, Director, University Honors Program
Learned Hall, 2153

Areas of Research

Watershed Hydrology

Radar-Based Rainfall Estimation

Environmental Hydrology

Reservoir Modeling

Urban and Agricultural Stormwater BMPs

Stream Stability/Natural Channel Design


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