2004 Graduate Research Fellowship Program

The Institute promotes the education and training of water resources research professionals through its fellowship program. Profiles of each graduate fellow, and summaries of her or his  thesis research project, and publications from this project are accessed through the links below. Visitors are invited to contact the student, research advisor, or the Institute Director for further information on the projects. 

Fellows, Projects and Advisors

Graduate Student
Project Title
Advisor
James Spencer, M.S. candidate, Geology and Geological Engineering, UND Study of Denitrification in the Karlsruhe Aquifer Using Stable Isotopes of N and O in Nitrate Dr. Scott Korom, Professor, Geology and Geological Engineering, UND
Brajesh Gautam, Ph.D. candidate, Civil Engineering, NDSU Analysis and Model Simulation of Stormwater Runoff Dr. Wei Lin, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, NDSU
Trent Museus, M.S. candidate, Civil Engineering, NDSU A Study of Microbial Regrowth Potential of Water in Fargo, North Dakota and Moorhead, Minnesota Dr. Eakalak Khan, Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering, NDSU
Jennifer Newbrey, Ph.D. candidate, Zoology, NDSU Effects of West Nile Virus Infection, Immune Function, and Age on Female Yellow-headed Blackbird Dr. Wendy Reed, Assistant Professor, Biology, NDSU
Michael Newbrey, Ph.D. candidate, Geology, NDSU Comparative Study of Fossil and Extant Fish Growth: Including Analyses of Mean Annual Temperature in the Geologic Record Dr. Allan Ashworth, Professor, Geology, NDSU
Brent Hanson, M.S. candidate, Civil Engineering, NDSU Reliable and Continuous Measurement of Flow Rate in the Red River of the North by means of an Acoustic Doppler Velocity Meter Dr. Wei Lin, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, NDSU
Tedros Tesfay, Ph.D. candidate, Geology, UND Modeling Groundwater Denitrification by Ferrous Iron Using PHREEQC Dr. Scott Korom, Professor, Geology, UND
Lynne Seth, M.S. candidate, Civil Engineering, NDSU Sample Analysis, Kinetic Studies, and Modeling of a Full-Scale Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor for Ammonia Removal Dr. Wei Lin, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, NDSU