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Center for Natural Resources Development and Protection. Center for Natural Resources Development and Protection. Michel C. Boufadel , Ph.D ., PE, P.Hydro . Director Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering New Jersey Institute of Technology boufadel@njit.edu http://nrdp.njit.edu.

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Center for Natural Resources Development and Protection

Michel C. Boufadel, Ph.D., PE, P.Hydro.

Director

Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

New Jersey Institute of Technology

boufadel@njit.edu

http://nrdp.njit.edu

nrdp mission statement
NRDP Mission Statement

Foster a sustainable future for all humankind by balancing societal needs with environmental stewardship in a transdisciplinary research and educational setting.

core personnel
Core Personnel
  • Michel Boufadel, PhD, PE.,
    • Fate and transport. Modeling large-scale systems. Env. Fluid Mech.
  • Michael Weinstein, PhD, Senior Scientist
    • Ecosystem assessment. Impact of contaminants on ecosystems.
  • Yves Personna, PhD., Senior Scientist
    • Geochemistry. Non-intrusive detection of organics in sediments.
  • FirasSaleh, PhD., Postdoc
    • Hydrogeology. River Hydrology. Hydraulics.
  • Jay Torlapati, PhD., Postdoc
    • Mixing processes. Particle dynamics.
  • Lin Zhao, Phd, Postdoc
    • Open water, Jets, plumes, and droplets
phd students
PhD Students
  • Amanda Guertein
  • Christopher D’Ambrose
  • Francisco Guzman
  • XiaolongGeng
  • Ali AbdollahiNasab
associated faculty
Associated Faculty
  • Lisa Axe, PhD, Environmental Engineering
    • Contaminants in sediments and aquifers. Water Quality.
  • Nancy Jackson, PhD. Environmental Science
    • Geomorphology and sediment transport
  • ZeyuanQiu, PhD. Environmental Science
    • Economic analysis and policy of environmental issues
  • Gareth Russel, PhD., Biology
    • Spatial ecology. Tracking and monitoring species.
  • Dan Bunker, PhD., Biology
    • Community biology. Ecosystem assessment.
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Engineering: Civil, Chemical, Environmental, Mechanical, Electrical

Environmental Policy

Urban Planning

Environmental Health Public health

NRDP Center

Architecture

Landscape Design

Social Science

Environmental Law

Business and Management

Basic Sciences: Biology, Chemistry, Ecology, Physics

Fundamental Research

Community related research

massive computation
Massive computation
  • Watershed Hydrology: HEC-HMS, SWMM, WMS, ArcGIS
  • River Hydraulics: HEC-RAS, HEC-GEORAS, MIKE 21
  • River water quality: HEC-RAS, MIKE 21
  • Distribution System Hydraulics and water quality: H2OMAP
  • Groundwater Flow: MARUN, MODFLOW, SUTRA
  • Computational Fluids: FLUENT, URBAWIND
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Floodplain Delineation for FEMA

Floodplain Delineation for FEMA

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The DWH Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico

(US Coast Guard)

Pore water sampling

DO measurement

Transects at study site

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Evidence of oil pollution in the beach

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The oil was brought to the supratidal zone of beaches by waves action during storm events.

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Impact of Hurricane Sandy on the NJ Shorelines

  • (National Science Foundation)
  • Monitoring beach profile and sediment transport.
  • Monitoring concentration of chemicals (metals, nutrients).
  • Modeling the movement of chemicals in the subsurface. Accounting for surface water/groundwater interaction.
  • Evaluating the impact on fish.

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Impact of Hurricane Sandy on the NJ Shorelines

  • (National Science Foundation)

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Environmental Constraint Analysis for

  • Storm Surge Designs
  • (NJ Department of Environmental Protection)
  • Ecosystem Based Management.
  • Green Engineering.

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strategic partnership with langan engineering
Strategic Partnership with Langan Engineering
  • Technical exchange for efficient tackling of environmental problems.
  • Collaborations on projects funded by the State of New Jersey and/or the Federal Government
  • Workforce Development in New Jersey.
conclusions
Conclusions
  • A multidisciplinary team with a track record.
  • Proven record of large-scale field studies and numerical modeling.
  • Capabilities in providing turn-key solutions.
program
Program

1:00-1:10 pm

Michel Boufadel, NRDP CenterDirector, NJIT

Introductory Remarks

1:10 pm-1:15 pm,

Joel Bloom,President, The New Jersey InstituteofTechnology

Welcoming Remarks

1:15 pm-1:25 pm,

Donald H. Sebastian, SeniorVicePresidentfor Research and Development The New Jersey InstituteofTechnology

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Program

1:30-1:45 pm, HonorableRob de Vos

The Netherlands Consul General, New York

Introduced by UrsGauchat, Dean ofArchitecture

1:45-2:00pm

Gary Buchanan, PhD, Director, Office of Science

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection

2:00-2:10pm

Steve Doughty, Office of the Deputy Commissioner

The New Jersey DepartmentofEnvironmental Protection

2:10-2:20

Mitchell Erickson

Department of Homeland Security

Science and Technologyin Disasters

  • 2:20-2:55pm
  • Open Discussion, Q&A
  • 2:55-3:00 pm, Closing Remarks, MichelBoufadel