Development of theoretical perspective to integrate water and infrastructural planning (such as groundwater protection and the conjunctive use of ground and surface resources) into comprehensive city and regional planning. Evaluation of water markets in the Southwest, particularly their social and political consequences and questions of federalism involving interstate marketing and transfer schemes. The role of the hydrologist-engineer as expert witness in court. Comparative study of water management in Asia, especially China and Japan.
Professional Societies and Affiliations:
Member, American Water Resources Association
HWRS 201 Water Science & the Environment (Fall, GenEd Tier 2) HWRS 202 The Water Cycle (Spring, GenEd, Tier 2) HWRS 203 Arizona Water Issues (Fall, GenEd, Tier 2) HWRS 415-515 Introduction to Water Resources Policy (Spring) HWRS 500 Urban Planning and Ecosystemology (Fall) HWRS 520 Fundamentals: Water Resources Policy, Management, Planning, & Rights (Spring)
(Retired) Former Associate Professor, HWR; Former Joint Associate Professor, Planning
Ph.D. Natural Resources Planning and Conservation 1971, University of Michigan