UMD's Bart Forman and NASA colleagues are developing a new simulation tool that can determine the best method.
"In many respects, the hydrologic cycle is accelerating," notes UMD's Barton Forman.
CEE researchers use satellite data to improve global snow-water equivalent
EWB to focus on engineering solutions to Peru town's traffic challenges.
CEE Assistant Professor Barton Forman was named a recipient of a NASA New Investigator award for his research developing methods to quantify global snow.
Civil engineering, ISR professor to lead highly-regarded chapter of student service group.
Charles E. Waggner '54 establishes Goodings Professorship, advances Great Expectations
Bio-Retention Facility is Result of University-Community Partnership
She will lecture on the proactive role engineers must take in public policy associated with climate change effects.
Dr. Deborah Goodings is set to speak at GA Tech about ethics and engineering.
Keystone instructors make a commitment to the improvement of education in fundamental engineering courses.
$25K gift enables project in Africa, aids Great Expectations campaign.
Sustainable power sources help illuminate community in developing African country.
She has been recognized for her successes in leading the University's chapter of Engineers Without Borders
The Department has close to 350 undergraduates and over 150 graduate students
The goal of the workshop was the fostering of interdisciplinary and long range thinking about environment-related issues that Maryland is likely to undergo over the next four decades
Dr. Deborah Goodings to be a member of the jury for a World Bank competition called, "Innovations in Water, Sanitation, and Energy Services for Poor People."
Dr. Deborah Goodings was honored with the Clark School Outstanding Service award