Jeff, A. Ballweber
Description: Watershed Management, Integrated Water Resources Management, Water Development, Permitting, Non-Point Source Pollution, Wetlands
Danny A. Barefield
Description: Public drinking water system management, board management, financial management
Jason R. Barrett
Center for Government and Community Development
Description: One area of expertise is in training of public drinking water system board members and certified water operators. I have an expertise in financial management, asset management, and conservation efforts associated with drinking water systems. I have an expertise in private drinking water wells in relation to groundwater, well construction, equipment operations, maintenance, testing of well water, and understanding the results. I have an expertise in the historical formation of community water systems in Mississippi, their governmental forms, and their current status.
John W. Branch
Description: Agricultural irrigation, point source and non-point source water quality, food processing waste water, ground water, surface3 water resource development, water well efficiency and protection
John P Brooks
ARS - Genetics and Precision Agriculture
Description: Environmental Microbiology - Study of the influence of agriculture on environmental resources such as soil, air, and water quality from an ecological and public health perspective.
Thomas S. Bryant
Description: water quality,water quantity,storm water management,low impact development,green infratructure,constructed wetlands,sustainable design,water resources utility of the future
Department of Agricultural Economics
Description: Agricultural policy, flood insurance, production economics, risk modelling
Jairo N Diaz
Description: applied surface hydrology, irrigation, and watershed studies
P. Grady Dixon
Department of Geosciences
Description: Weather and Climate
Daniel J. Drennen
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Description: Groundwater systems, watersheds and endangered fish.
Jamie L Dyer
Department of Geoscience
Description: Hydrometeorology and surface/atmosphere interactions, with a focus on precipitation generation processes and warm-season rainfall estimation and prediction.
Gary N Ervin
Description: Wetland Plant Ecology
Lawrence L. Falconer
Delta Research and Extension Center
Description: farm and ranch management, agricultural finance
Warren C. Gallo
Description: Urban BMPs. Municipal Stormwater Policy. Green Infrastructure
Franklin T. Heitmuller
Geography and Geology
Description: I specialize in fluvial geomorphic processes and landforms, fluvial sediment dynamics, and surface-water hydrology.
Richard M. Kaminski
Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Aquaculture, MSU
Description: Waterfowl and wetlands ecology and conservation
William L. Kingery
Plant and Soil Sciences
Description: Several years back worked with MSU Civil Eng on watershed modeling of Bay St. Louis estuary and associated watershed for MDEQ project; M.S. thesis on irrigation scheduling
Wildlife, Fisheries, Aquaculture
Description: Water quality; aquatic biogeochemistry; conservation agriculture
Anna C Linhoss
Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering
Description: My research interests include hydrology, ecology, modeling, watershed management, and climate change. My work crosses disciplinary boundaries through collaboration with a variety of departments including Law, Anthropology, Wildlife, and Forestry. I work both locally and internationally with projects and collaborators throughout the southeast and in southern Africa. I am dedicated to understanding the complex issues between hydrology and ecology with a committed interest in management issues. I work toward responsible and sustainable solutions for today’s wicked ecologic and hydrologic problems.
James L. Martin
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Description: Surface water quality modeling; the prediction of water pollution based on scientific, engineering, mathematic and computing principles. Management and protection of surface water quality (rivers, lakes and reservoirs, estuaries and coastal systems).
William H. McAnally
Geosystems Research Institute
Description: sedimentation engineering / hydrologic and hydraulic engineering / Coastal and estuarine processes / Inland and coastal waterways / Earth Ecosystem Modeling Systems / Risk Assessment
Andrew E Mercer
Department of Geosciences
Description: Statistical climatology, water climatology, artificial intelligence applications in water-related problems, dynamic modeling
Jami E. Nettles
Description: Forest hydrology.
J. Larry Oldham
Plant and Soil Sciences, MSU
Description: Plant nutrient dynamics in the landscape
Prem B. Parajuli
Agricultural and Biological Engineering
Description: Watershed/water quality monitoring and modeling, climate change, agricultural management, and economic modeling for bio-energy systems.
Joel O. Paz
Agricultural and Biological Engineering
Description: Water quality, Water resource management and conservation, Crop water use, Irrigation, Best management practices, Impacts of climate change and climate variability on water resources.
Daniel R Petrolia
Description: environmental & natural resource economics: non-market valuation, ecosystem service valuation, survey methods, flood insurance & mitigation research
Benedict C. Posadas
Description: Marine economics; Natural and technological disaster economics; Aquaculture economics
John J. Ramirez-Avila
Geosystems Research Institute - Civil and Environmental Engineering
Description: Water quality, soil and water conservation, environmental hydrology, nutrient transport from soils and / watersheds, streambank erosion, suspended sediment transport, channel evolution, channel and / watershed modeling.
Richard A Rebich
Mississippi Water Science Center
Description: Primary expertise is in the field of stream water-quality. Primary research includes assessment of agricultural best management practices in relation to sediment and nutrient pollutant mitigation; general water-quality statistical analysis; assessment of sediment and nutrient loads in streams; and water-quality/SPARROW modeling.
Darrel W. Schmitz
Description: Geologist with interests in hydrogeology. Research interests range from the physical (groundwater movement and geologic controls on groundwater movement, including surface water - ground water interaction) and chemical (natural water composition and contaminant transport) aspects of hydrogeology including base line studies of proposed sites for natural resource utilization as well as of environmental contamination or potential for contamination (siting, seismic considerations, biodegradation, and the properties of earth materials).
Cristiane Q. Surbeck
Description: Microbiological, chemical, and physical water quality; stormwater runoff; stormwater management; soil and groundwater remediation; water resources sustainability; drinking water.
Steven G Utroska
Environmental Quality - Surface Water Division
Description: Nonpoint source pollution and polluted runoff research in efforts to conserve and improve state waters.
Gerald W. Wilkerson
Description: Primary area is spatial modeling of urban hydrology.
Mark S. Woodrey
Coastal Research and Extension Center
Description: (1) long-term monitoring of water quality in estuarine systems, (2) conservation biology of coastal ecosystems, and (3) ecology of tidal marsh vertebrates - particularly birds.