2015 SWAT conference will be held at Purdue from October 14 to 16,. This conference include 3 two days and two 1 day workshops held in parallel two days (October 12 to 13) before the conference.
Several members of the Ecohydrology research group attended the 2015 ASABE Conference in New Orleans and presented 8 papers, including a distinguished lecture by Dr. Chaubey on Agricultural Ecohydrology and Watershed Management.
Congratulations to Dr. Chaubey for receiving the ADS/Hancor Soil and Water Engineering Award at this year's 2014 ASABE Annual International Meeting
The Ecohydrology Research Group led by Dr. Indrajeet Chaubey integrates field data collection with simulation-based engineering and computational thinking to advance our understanding of fate and transport of water and related constituents across a wide range of spatial and temporal scales. Specifically, we are interested in ecohydrologic processes affecting fate and transport of sediment, nutrients, and pesticides from various land use activities and developing watershed management strategies to improve water quality.
Fall group meeting times and presentations will be announced soon!
Members of the Ecoydrology group recently attended and presented at the 2014 ASABE Annual International Meeting in Montreal, Canada. Group members Erin, Feng, Dr. Chaubey, Cibin, and Mandy are pictured below at the Awards Ceremony where Dr. Chaubey receieved the ADS/Hancor Soil and Water Engineering Award.