Dean of Engineering and Professor, Ph.D., P.E., D.WRE, P.H.
Office Phone: 618-453-4321
Building: Engineering, Room E-0104
Surface water quality simulation and the overall relationships between model aggregation and input parameter uncertainty. Special interests include nutrient cycling and associated dissolved oxygen impacts along with the transport and fate of mercury in fluvial systems.
- CE 516 – Water Quality Modeling
- B.S. Civil Engineering – Lehigh University, 1976
- M.S. Civil Engineering – Lehigh University, 1978]
- Ph.D. Environmental Engineering – The Pennsylvania State University, 1983
Knust, A.E. and Warwick, J.J., 2009. “Using a fluctuating tracer to estimate hyporheic exchange in restored and unrestored reaches of the Truckee River, Nevada, USA," Journal of Hydrologic Processes, Vol. 23, pp. 1119-1130.
Bartlett, J., and Warwick, J.J., 2009. "Assessing the Impacts of Nutrient Load Uncertainties on Predicted Truckee River Water Quality," Journal of Environmental Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 135, No.8, pp.636-644.
Carroll, R.W.H., Memmott, J., Warwick, J.J., Fritsen, C.H., Bonzongo, J.C., and Acharya, K., 2011. “Temporal Variation of Mercury Associated with Different Phytoplankton Size Fractions in Lahontan Reservoir, Nevada,”Water, Air, and Soil Pollution., Vol. 217, pp. 221-232
Honors and Awards:
Outstanding Faculty Award, Graduate Program of Hydrologic Sciences, UNR (1999)
Fellow of the American Water Resources Association (2002)
AWRA President's Outstanding Service Award (2006)