double-arrowENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING RESEARCH

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Members of Ohio State's environmental engineering faculty are focused in several research areas, including:

- Optimization of advanced oxidation processes

- Engineered and natural photochemical transformation of pollutants

- Fate and transport of manufactured nanomaterials

- Drinking water membrane treatment

- Interactions between energy and environmental systems and policy

- Sediment remediation

- Mitigation of acid mine drainage

- Coal combustion byproduct reuse

- Contaminant transport in groundwater and surface water

- Ecological engineering mechanisms that control the interaction between the atmosphere and the land surface

- 3D modeling of coastal and ocean surfaces

- Research on unit processes

- Environmental studies on applied chemistry and biology

double-arrowOHIO WATER RESOURCES CENTER

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The Department of Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering is home to the Ohio Water Resources Center, the federally-authorized and state-designated Water Resources Research Institute for the State of Ohio.

The Ohio Water Resources Center promotes innovative, water-related research through research grant competitions, coordination of interdisciplinary research proposals, and educational outreach activities.

OWRC researchers work in a local stream.

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