Research focuses on measuring, understanding and predicting water stress and how water stress may change in the future with changes in climate and water demand. This work touches on hydrology, geology, remote sensing and water quality, as well as disciplines outside the department, such as biology, sociology and economics. Part of the focus of this research is to identify water management solutions and alternatives to build more sustainable systems.
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Lester R. Birbeck Endowed Professor, Petroleum Engineering
Dean for College of Engineering and Computing, Gulf Oil Foundation Professor, Geology & Geophysics
Water resources, water quality, aqueous geochemistry, petroleum geochemistry, and geomicrobiology.
For additional information regarding Dr. Borrok's research, please select here.
Associate Professor, Geological Engineering
Groundwater and near surface geophysics, specifically in applying these techniques to promote sustainable agriculture and environmental protection.
For additional information regarding Dr. Grote's research, please select here for publications.