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Natural Resources Engineering and Protection

Natural resources engineering research involves fate, transport, and impacts of emerging contaminants, wetlands, bioremediation, odor assessment and mitigation, and emissions.
  • Senior Lecturer of Agricultural and Biological Engineering
  • Land-based treatment/recycling systems
  • Agricultural odor detection/quantification via olfactometry
  • Residential and golf course irrigation


814-865-2809

Land-based treatment/recycling systems

  • Professor of Agricultural and Biological Engineering
  • Fate And Control Of Pollutants In Soils And Water


814-863-2062

Control Of Pollutants In Soils And Water

  • Professor of Agricultural Engineering
  • Environmental Biophysics, Animal Welfare, and Agricultural Emissions
  • Integrated Research and Extension Programs


814-865-3552

  • Assistant Professor of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Ph.D.
  • Natural Resource Engineering


814-863-1817

  • Assistant Professor of Agricultural and Biological Engineering


814-865-5616

  • Professor of Agricultural and Biological Engineering
  • Director of Penn State Institutes for Energy and the Environment
  • Bioenergy and Bioresource Engineering


814-865-3722

Bioenergy and Bioresource Engineering

  • Associate Professor of Agricultural and Biological Engineering
  • Coordinator, Environmental Resource Management Program
  • Assistant ENRI Director for Environmental Education
  • Water Resources


814-865-6942

Water Resources