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Kelleher’s research primarily relies on computational simulations of models ranging from simple, conceptual representations to fully distributed and physically based frameworks to interrogate the relationships between water quality and quantity, and how this varies across different landscapes.
M.S., Civil & Environmental Engineering
Mandy is a first year M.S. student in the Civil and Environmental Engineering department working with Dr. Charley Driscoll. She earned her B.S. in Environmental Science Systems from Le Moyne College in May of 2018. Her previous research has included soil dynamics in the forests of Costa Rica, and study of the moraines of Icelandic glaciers, and her current research interests include green infrastructure, renewable energy, and harmful algal blooms. …