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Appendix B: Biographical Information: Committee on Challenges and Opportunities in the Hydrologic Sciences
Pages 183-188

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... He has a shared appointment as the Craig E Philip Professor of Engineering and as professor of earth and environmental sciences.
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... More specifically, his current research is in landatmosphere interactions, remote sensing, physical hydrology, operational hydrology, hydrometeorology, groundwater­surface water interaction, and hillslope hydrology. He was founding chair of the WSTB's Committee on Hydrologic Science, and has served on the WSTB and the Committee to Assess the National Weather Service Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service Initiative program.
From page 185...
... His research interests include groundwater contaminant transport; groundwater basin characterization and management; geologic and geostatistical characterization of subsurface heterogeneity for improved pollutant transport modeling; numerical modeling of groundwater flow and contaminant transport; the role of molecular diffusion in contaminant transport and remediation; longterm sustainability of regional groundwater quality; and vulnerability of aquifers to non-point-source groundwater contaminants. He was the 2002 Birdsall-Dreiss Distinguished Lecturer awarded by the Geological Society of America Hydrogeology Division.
From page 186...
... Dr. Gutowski's research program entails a variety of modeling and data analysis approaches to capture the necessary spatial and temporal scales of these dynamics and involves working through the Regional Climate Modeling Laboratory at Iowa State University.
From page 187...
... Dr. Vaux has served on the NRC committees on Assessment of Water Resources Research, Western Water Management, Ground Water Recharge, and Sustainable Underground Storage of Recoverable Water.
From page 188...
... He has served as associate editor for leading hydrology journals, including Water Resources Research, Ground Water, the Journal of Hydrology, and Hydrogeology Journal. Currently, he is a member of the Standing Committee on Hydrologic Science of the National Research Council, and president of the International Commission on Groundwater of the International Association of Hydrologic Sciences.

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