Environmental Engineering - Natural Systems

Atmospheric Chemistry

Paul V. Doskey

Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

906-487-2745
pvdoskey@mtu.edu
Dow 805

Teaching Interests

  • Environmental chemistry
  • Atmospheric organic chemistry
  • Atmosphere-biosphere exchange

Research Interests

  • Environmental chemodynamics
  • Biogeochemistry

Judith A. Perlinger

Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

906-487-3641
jperl@mtu.edu
Dow 863

Links of Interest

Teaching Interests

  • Environmental Engineering
  • Transport & Transformation of Organic Chemicals
  • Boundary Layer Meteorology
  • Sustainability

Research Interests

  • Air and Water Quality
  • Atmosphere-biosphere Exchange of Chemicals
  • Micrometeorology
  • Environmental Analytical Chemistry
  • Sustainability

Shiliang Wu

Associate Professor, Geological and Mining Engineering and Sciences

Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

906-487-2590
slwu@mtu.edu
Dow 429

Links of Interest

Research Interests

  • Interactions among climate, atmospheric chemistry, air quality, and land use/land cover
  • Impacts of global change on atmospheric chemistry and long-range transport of air pollution
  • Anthropogenic perturbations to the atmosphere and implications for environmental sustainability
  • Atmosphere-biosphere interactions, especially in the context of global change
  • Impacts of aerosols on the global hydrological cycle

Atmospheric/Biosphere Exchange

Paul V. Doskey

Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

906-487-2745
pvdoskey@mtu.edu
Dow 805

Teaching Interests

  • Environmental chemistry
  • Atmospheric organic chemistry
  • Atmosphere-biosphere exchange

Research Interests

  • Environmental chemodynamics
  • Biogeochemistry

Judith A. Perlinger

Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

906-487-3641
jperl@mtu.edu
Dow 863

Links of Interest

Teaching Interests

  • Environmental Engineering
  • Transport & Transformation of Organic Chemicals
  • Boundary Layer Meteorology
  • Sustainability

Research Interests

  • Air and Water Quality
  • Atmosphere-biosphere Exchange of Chemicals
  • Micrometeorology
  • Environmental Analytical Chemistry
  • Sustainability

Noel R. Urban

Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

906-487-3640
nurban@mtu.edu
306 GLRC

Links of Interest

Research Interests

  • Environmental cycles of major and trace elements
  • Sediment diagenesis and stratigraphy
  • Chemistry of natural organic matter
  • Wetland biogeochemistry
  • Environmental impact and fate of pollutants
  • Influence of organisms on the chemical environment
  • Role of chemical environment in controlling populations

Shiliang Wu

Associate Professor, Geological and Mining Engineering and Sciences

Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

906-487-2590
slwu@mtu.edu
Dow 429

Links of Interest

Research Interests

  • Interactions among climate, atmospheric chemistry, air quality, and land use/land cover
  • Impacts of global change on atmospheric chemistry and long-range transport of air pollution
  • Anthropogenic perturbations to the atmosphere and implications for environmental sustainability
  • Atmosphere-biosphere interactions, especially in the context of global change
  • Impacts of aerosols on the global hydrological cycle

Biogeochemistry

Paul V. Doskey

Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

906-487-2745
pvdoskey@mtu.edu
Dow 805

Teaching Interests

  • Environmental chemistry
  • Atmospheric organic chemistry
  • Atmosphere-biosphere exchange

Research Interests

  • Environmental chemodynamics
  • Biogeochemistry

Noel R. Urban

Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

906-487-3640
nurban@mtu.edu
306 GLRC

Links of Interest

Research Interests

  • Environmental cycles of major and trace elements
  • Sediment diagenesis and stratigraphy
  • Chemistry of natural organic matter
  • Wetland biogeochemistry
  • Environmental impact and fate of pollutants
  • Influence of organisms on the chemical environment
  • Role of chemical environment in controlling populations

Environmental Analytical Chemistry

Paul V. Doskey

Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

906-487-2745
pvdoskey@mtu.edu
Dow 805

Teaching Interests

  • Environmental chemistry
  • Atmospheric organic chemistry
  • Atmosphere-biosphere exchange

Research Interests

  • Environmental chemodynamics
  • Biogeochemistry

Judith A. Perlinger

Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

906-487-3641
jperl@mtu.edu
Dow 863

Links of Interest

Teaching Interests

  • Environmental Engineering
  • Transport & Transformation of Organic Chemicals
  • Boundary Layer Meteorology
  • Sustainability

Research Interests

  • Air and Water Quality
  • Atmosphere-biosphere Exchange of Chemicals
  • Micrometeorology
  • Environmental Analytical Chemistry
  • Sustainability

Limnology/Water Quality

Martin T. Auer

Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

906-487-2799
mtauer@mtu.edu
318 GLRC

Links of Interest

Teaching Interests

  • Surface water quality engineering

Research Interests

  • Limnology
  • Engineering approaches to lake and river management
  • Mathematical modeling of surface water quality

Noel R. Urban

Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

906-487-3640
nurban@mtu.edu
306 GLRC

Links of Interest

Research Interests

  • Environmental cycles of major and trace elements
  • Sediment diagenesis and stratigraphy
  • Chemistry of natural organic matter
  • Wetland biogeochemistry
  • Environmental impact and fate of pollutants
  • Influence of organisms on the chemical environment
  • Role of chemical environment in controlling populations

Judith A. Perlinger

Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

906-487-3641
jperl@mtu.edu
Dow 863

Links of Interest

Teaching Interests

  • Environmental Engineering
  • Transport & Transformation of Organic Chemicals
  • Boundary Layer Meteorology
  • Sustainability

Research Interests

  • Air and Water Quality
  • Atmosphere-biosphere Exchange of Chemicals
  • Micrometeorology
  • Environmental Analytical Chemistry
  • Sustainability