Northern Regions Persistent Organic Pollution Control (NRPOP) Laboratory.
Active Research Interests:
Modeling of water balance and solute transport in sub-arctic wetland systems.
Petroleum waste management, site remediation and risk assessment.
R&D of persistent organic pollution modeling and control technologies.
Integrated community based water and wastewater treatment.
Decision support for integrated watershed management.
Emerging Research Interests:
Climate-change impact assessment and adaptation planning.
Real-time coastal and marine pollution monitoring technologies.
Past Research Interests:
Environmental optimization and decision making under uncertainty.
Petroleum-contaminated site remediation.
Integrated watershed management and decision making systems for supporting sustainable development.
Pesticide pollution modeling and control for watershed systems.
- Environmental Engineering and Management
- Environmental Emergency Response
- Marine and Coastal Environmental Protection
- Environmental Nanotechnology and Biotechnology
- Sustainability and Climate Change Adaptation
Modeling of Pesticides Transport and Fate in the Environment
Wetland Hydrology and Climate Change Studies
AUV-based Environmental Monitoring and Observing Technology for Ocean and Coastal Pollution
An Integrated Simulation-Optimization Coupling Approach for Supporting Pesticide Pollution Control
From Challenges to Opportunities: Towards Future Strategies and a Decision Support Framework for Oil Spill Preparedness and Response in Offshore Newfoundland and Labrador
2014 International Conference on Marine and Freshwater Environments (iMFE2014)
Application of a green and economical technology for safe drinking water supply in small and rural communities in NL