Gil Bohrer


Department of Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering 
405 Hitchcock Hall  |  2070 Neil Avenue, Columbus, OH, 43210 
(614) 292-4178   |



Yvette Onyango (MS, CEGE)

Yvette Onyango

I graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from Kenya and am pursuing a master's degree in environmental engineering at The Ohio State University. 

My research in Professor Bohrer's lab focuses on the role of dissolved, organic, carbon and nutrients in the production of methane at Old Woman Creek wetlands, at different hydrological and ecological wetland patch types. Additionally, my research investigates the relationship between the methane production process and nutrient concentrations at different eco-hydrological patch types of the wetland.



Madeline Scyphers  -  COMING SOON!


Chante Vines

Chante' Vines (PhD CEGE)

I am a Civil Engineering Ph.D. student in the Department of Civil, Environmental, and Geodectic Engineering. I study land cover contributions to methane emissions in a heterogeneous area. I use flux footprint analysis and eddy covariance measurements to approximate methane contribution from the Old Woman Creek wetland patch types. I am also working on developing a footprint model using the Parallelized Large Eddy Simulation Model for Atmospheric and Oceanic Flows (PALM). 



T. Yazbeck, Ecohydrometeorology Lab

Theresia (Tera) Yazbeck (MS, PhD CEGE)

I earned a B.E. in civil and environmental engineering from the American University of Beirut in 2017. Afterwards, I pursued an M.S. in environmental engineering at Ohio State as a Fulbright scholar for the years 2017-2019. I'm currently a PhD student in Professor Bohrer’s lab working in micrometeorology.

My research focuses on: (1) modeling emission, transport, and fate of pollutants emitted from industries and farms using Large-Eddy Simulations, while considering its deposition rate on canopies around the industrial complexes, and (2) functional-type modeling and data-driven parametrization of methane emissions in wetlands using field measurements in coastal wetlands in Ohio and Louisiana.



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