GRADUATE PROGRAM of HYDROLOGIC SCIENCES

John Warwick

Adjunct Professor

Desert Research Institute

Academic & Research Interest

Research interests are focused on numerical modeling of the transport and fate of contaminants in surface water systems. Prior initiatives have included investigating the impacts of nutrients on stream algal growth and resulting dissolved oxygen spatial/temporal patterns, monitoring and modeling the transport of sediment and associated mercury in fluvial systems, and simulating the effects of non-point source pollutants on in-stream water quality. A secondary research theme has involved quantifying the impact of imperfect knowledge on the confidence associated with model predictions (uncertainty analysis).

EDUCATION
B.S., Civil Engineering, Lehigh University
M.S., Civil Engineering, Lehigh University
Ph.D., Environmental Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University

Areas of Study

Surface water hydrology,  

Past Students:

Douglas Boyle (MS)
Rosemary Carroll (PhD)
Zachary Johnson (PhD)
David McGraw (MS)
 

Contact Info

Southern Illinois University 1100 Lincoln Drive
Carbondale,  Illinois   62901
Office: (618) 453-4321
Fax: 453-4235