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Prabhakar Clement, Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE
Groome Endowed Professor Environmental Engineering
Department of Civil Engineering
212 Harbert Engineering Center
Auburn University
Auburn, AL 36849-5337

Phone (+1)  334-844-6268   :   Fax (+1) 334 -844-6290   :   Email: My last name@auburn.edu


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ACADEMIC BACKGROUND



PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION



PROFILE

Dr. Prabhakar Clement is currently the Harold Vince Groome Endowed Professor of Environmental Engineering in the Department of Civil Engineering at Auburn University.  Before joining Auburn, he worked as a tenure-track faculty member in the Department of Environmental Engineering, Perth, Australia for 3 years (2000-2002), and also worked as a research engineer at the Battelle Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Washington, for over 6 years (1994-2000).  Dr. Clement is the lead author of the widely used MODFLOW-family groundwater model RT3D.  He has authored over 85 peer-reviewed journal articles and they have received over 1700 citations with an H-index of 23.  He is an elected fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers.  He has served as associate editor for several leading science and engineering journals including Water Resources Research, Journal of Hydrology, Groundwater, ASCE Journal of Hydrological Engineering and Vadose zone journal, and has served on several NRC, NSF, DOE and DOD review panels.



PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE



HONORS AND AWARDS

·  Appointed to serve as Groome Endowed Professor of Civil Engineering, 2012- to date

·  Appointed to serve as Arthur H. Feagin Chair Professor of Civil Engineering, 2007-2012.

·  Served as a member of the National Academy of Sciences’ NRC (National Research Council) committee that investigated the potential health effects due to contaminated water supplies at a Marine Base in Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.  July 07-June 09. 

·  Outstanding MS thesis advisor award, Montgomery-Watson-Harza Award (2nd place), a national award given by the Association of Environmental Engineering Professors, 2009. 

the College of Engineering at Auburn University.

·  Teaching award: Outstanding Civil Engineering Faculty Member, 2006.

·  Research Award: Auburn Alumni Engineering Council Research Award for Excellence, Senior Award, 2006.  This award represents the highest faculty honor for research accomplishments within the College of Engineering at Auburn University.

·  Teaching award: Outstanding Civil Engineering Faculty Member, 2006.

·  Advisor of a PhD dissertation that was awarded distinction (only the top 5% of PhD research receive this recognition at The University of Western Australia). 2003.

·  Federal Laboratory Consortium (FLC) seal of achievement.  The FLC national awards committee recognized the technology transfer efforts related to the development of the RT3D computer tool. May 1999.

·  Outstanding performance award in recognition for the support of the RT3D development project, Battelle Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, 1999

·  Semifinalist of the Discover Magazine Award,1999.  Invited by the awards committee as a nominee for the technological innovation work related to RT3D.

·  National Academy of Sciences and Engineering’s National Research Council's Research Associate Award   Sponsored by the USEPA Lab, Georgia, December 1993.

·  Research Fellowship Award, Oakridge National Laboratory (ORNL), Tennessee, Feb 1994.

·  Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, December 1993.

·  Academic Excellence Award, Auburn University, May 1991

·  Associate Editor, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, Elsevier Publishers, (2006-2008 )

·  Associate Editor, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) (2005- 2008)

·  Associate Editor: Vadose Zone Journal, Soil Science Society of America (SSSA)  (2005-2007)

·  Associate Editor: Ground Water Journal, National Groundwater Association (NGWA), 2010-2012

·  Associate Editor: Water Resources Research, American Geophysical Union (AGU), 2012-

 


NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES & ENGINEERING NRC STUDY REPORTS

1.    Contaminated Water Supplies at Camp Lejeune: Assessing Potential Health Effects.  Served as a member of the committee and authored the groundwater/exposure assessment chapter. Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology, National Academies Press, p.328, 2009. Available at: http://www.nap.edu/catalog.php?record_id=12618.

2.    Review of studies of possible toxic effects from past environmental contamination at Fort Detrick, Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology, National Academies Press, p.25, February, 2012.

 

 

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

2017

1.    Jazaei, F., M.J. Simpson, and T.P. Clement, Understanding time scales of diffusive fluxes and the implication for steady state and steady shape condition, Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 44 (1), p 174-180, 2017. (Click to download)

2.    S.A. Gustitus, G.F. John, and T.P. Clement, Effects of weathering on the dispersion of crude oil through oil-mineral aggregation, Science of the Total Environment, in press.

2016

3.    John, G.F., Y. Han, T.P. Clement, Weathering patterns of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons contained in submerged Deepwater Horizon oil spill residues when re-exposed to sunlight, Science of the Total Environment, v.573, p. 189-202, 2016. (Click to download)

4.    Bhattacharya, D., T.P. Clement, M.Dhanasekaran, Evaluating the neurotoxic effects of Deepwater Horizon oil spill residues trapped along Alabama’s beaches, Life Sciences, v.155, p. 161-166, 2016.

5.    Chang, S.W., K. Nemec, L. Kalin, T.P. Clement, Impacts of climate change and urbanization on groundwater resources in a barrier island, ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering, 10.1061/(ASCE)EE.1943-7870.0001123 , D4016001, 2016.

6.    Jazaei, F., M.J. Simpson, and T.P. Clement, Spatial analysis of aquifer response times for radial flow processes: Non-dimensional analysis and laboratory-scale tests, Journal of Hydrology, v. 532, p. 1–8, 2016.

7.    Lu, X., G. Cao, X. Huang, T.P. Clement, C. Zheng, Performance evaluation of inertial pumps used for sampling groundwater from small-diameter wells, Environmental Earth Sciences Journal, 75:203, DOI 10.1007/s12665-015-4912-7, 2016.

2015

8.    Yin, F., G. F. John, J.S. Hayworth, J.S. and T. P. Clement*, Long-Term Monitoring Data to Describe the Fate of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Deepwater Horizon Oil Submerged Off Alabama's Beaches, Science of the Total Environment Journal, v.508, p. 46–56, 2015. [Click to download] 

9.    Clement, T.P. (2015), Who are co-authors and what should be their responsibilities?  Environmental Science and Technology, View point article.  [Click to download] 

10. Hayworth, J.S., T. P. Clement*, F. Yin, and G. F. John, Fate of Deepwater Horizon Oil in Alabama's Beach System: Understanding Physical Evolution Processes Based on Observational Data, Marine Pollution Bulletin, V. 90 (1-2), P. 95–105, 2015. [Click to download]  

11. Yin, F., J.S. Hayworth, T. P. Clement*, A Tale of Two Recent Spills – Comparison of 2014 Galveston Bay and 2010 Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Residues, PLOS ONE, DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0118098 February 25, 2015 [Click to download]

 

2014

12. Jazaei, F., M.J. Simpson, and T.P. Clement, An analytical framework for quantifying aquifer response time scales associated with transient boundary conditions, Journal of Hydrology, Vol. 519, P. 1642–1648, 2014.  [Click to download] 

13. Clement, T.P., Authorship matrix - a rational approach to quantify individual contributions and responsibilities in multi-author scientific articles, Science and Engineering Ethics Journal, Open document available online. 2014. [Click to download]

14. John, G.F., F. Yin, Mulabagal, V., J.S. Hayworth, and T.P. Clement*, Development and application of an analytical method using gas chromatography-triple quadrupole mass spectrometry for characterizing alkylated chrysenes in crude oil samples, Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, DOI: 10.1002/rcm.6868, v. 28, 948–956, 2014. [Click to download]

15. Zheng, M., M. Ahuja, D. Bhattacharya, T.P. Clement, J.S. Hayworth, M. Dhanasekaran, Evaluation of the differential cytotoxic effects of oil spill dispersant Corexit 9500, Life Sciences, Vol. 95, 30 (2), 2014.

2013

16. Simpson, M.J., F. Jazaei, and T.P. Clement, How long would it take for aquifer recharge and discharge processes to reach steady-state? Journal of Hydrology, Vol. 501 (25), P. 241–248, 2013. [Click to download]

  1. Mulabagal, V., F. Yin, G.F. John, J.S. Hayworth, and T.P. Clement*, Chemical fingerprinting of petroleum biomarkers in Deepwater Horizon oil spill samples collected from Alabama shoreline, Marine Pollution Bulletin, v.70, p. 147–154, 2013.  [Click to download]
  2. Chang, S.W., and T.P. Clement*, Laboratory and numerical investigation of transport processes occurring beneath a saltwater wedge, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 147 p. 14–24, 2013. [ Click to download]
  3. Torlapati, J. and T.P. Clement*, Benchmarking a Visual-Basic based Multi-Component One-Dimensional Reactive Transport Modeling Tool, Computers & Geosciences, v. 50. 72–83, 2013. [Click to download the article]  [Click to download RT1D code and manual]
  4. Chattanathan, S.A., T.P. Clement, S.R. Kanel, M.O. Barnett, and N. Chatakondi, Remediation of uranium-contaminated groundwater by sorption onto hydroxyapatite derived from catfish bones, Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, v.224:p.1429, 2013. [Click to download]

2012

  1. Hayworth J.S, and T.P. Clement, Provenance of Corexit-related chemical constituents found in nearshore and inland Gulf Coast waters, Marine Pollution Bulletin, Volume: 64   Issue: 10   P. 2005-2014   DOI: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2012.06.031. 2012. [Click to download]
  2. Chang, S.W.  and T.P. Clement*, Experimental and numerical investigation of saltwater intrusion dynamics in flux controlled groundwater systems, Water Resources Research, Vol. 48, W09527.10 PP., doi:10.1029/2012WR012134, 2012. [Click to download]
  3. Jeppu, G.P., and T.P. Clement, A modified Langmuir-Freundlich isotherm model for simulating pH-dependent adsorption effects, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, V.129–130, P. 46–53, 2012, 2012.  [Click to Download].
  4. Jeppu, G.P., T.P. Clement, M.O. Barnett, and K.K. Lee, A modified batch reactor system to study equilibrium-reactive transport problems, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, V. 129–130, P. 2–9, 2012. [Click to download]. 
  5. Torlapati, J., T.P. Clement, C.E. Schaefer, and K.K. Lee, Modeling Dehalococcoides sp. augmented bioremediation in a single fracture system, Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation Journal, in press, 2012.  [click to download].
  6. Clement, T.P., Reply to Maslia et al.’s comments on “Complexities in Hindcasting Models—When should we say enough is enough?” Ground Water, vol. 50 (1), p.16-18, 2012. [Click to download].

27.  Shoemaker, A., Zech, W.C., and Clement, T.P.  Laboratory-scale Evaluation of Anionic Polyacrylamide as an Erosion and Sediment Control Measure at Highway Construction Sites, Transactions of the ASABE, 55(3): 809-820.

  1. Goswami, R.R., T. P. Clement*, and J. H. Hayworth.  Comparison of numerical techniques used for simulating variable-density flow and transport experiments, ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, v.17(2), p.272-282, 2012.

29.  Yang, J. H., K.K. Lee, and T.P. Clement, Impact of seasonal variations in hydrological stresses and spatial variations in geologic conditions on a TCE plume at an industrial complex in Wonju, Korea, Hydrological Processes, Volume 26, Issue 3, pages 317–325, 30, 2012, 2011. weblink: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/hyp.8236/abstract

2011

  1. Chang, S-W, T. P. Clement, M. J. Simpson, and K. K Lee, (2011).  Does sea-level rise have an impact on saltwater intrusion?  Advances in Water Resources, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2011.06.006.  [Click to download]
  2. Hayworth, J.S., T. P. Clement*, and J. F. Valentine, Deepwater Horizon oil spill impacts on Alabama beaches, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Journal, v. 15, p. 3639-3649, 2011.  [Click here to download].
  3. Hayworth, J.S., and T.P. Clement, BP’s Operation Deep Clean—Could Dilution be the Solution to Beach Pollution? Environmental Science & Technology, April 22, 2011. DOI: 10.1021/es201242k, http://pubs.acs.org/doi/pdf/10.1021/es201242k. A discussion of this article is available at this Nature Blog Post: http://blogs.nature.com/news/thegreatbeyond/2011/04/bps_beach_clean_up_contaminate.html.
  4. Clement, T.P. Complexities in Hindcasting Models—When should we say enough is enough?  Ground Water,   DOI: 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2010.00765.x, Vol. 49, No. 5–September-October p. 620–629, 2011. [ Click to download]

34. Kanel, S.R., T.P. Clement, M.O. Barnett, and M.N.Goltz. Nano-Scale Hydroxyapatite: Synthesis, two-dimensional transport experiments, and application for uranium remediation, Journal of Nanotechnology, Vol. 2011, Article ID 462382, p. 1-5, 2011.

  1. Sen, S. P. Srivastava, T.P. Clement, J.H. Dane, and H. Meng, Simulating Hydrologic Response of a Pasture Hill slope in North Alabama Using the Hortonian Infiltration and Runoff/On Model, Journal of Soil and Water, v.66(6): p.411-422; 2011. doi:10.2489/jswc.66.6.411. Click for abstract and journal link

2010

  1. Jeppu, G., T.P. Clement*, M.O. Barnett, K.K. Lee, A scalable surface complexation modeling framework for predicting arsenate adsorption on goethite-coated sands: model development and testing, Environmental Engineering Science Journal, 27(2): 147-158. doi:10.1089/ees.2009.0045, 2010.

2009

  1. Abarca, E. and T.P. Clement, A Novel approach for characterizing the mixing zone of a saltwater wedge, Geophysical Research Letters36, L06402, doi:10.1029/2008GL036995, 2009. [Click to download]
  2. Loganathan, V., M.O. Barnett, T.P. Clement, S.R. Kanel, Scaling of adsorption reactions: U(VI) experiments and modeling, Applied Geochemistry Journal, Vol. 24 (11), P. 2051-2060, 2009.
  3. Goswami R.R., B. Ambale and T.P. Clement*, Estimating errors in concentration measurements obtained from image analysis, Vadose Zone Journal, vol.8(1), p.108-118, 2009. [Click to download]
  4. Loganathan,V.A., Y. Feng, G.D. Sheng, and T.P. Clement, Influence of sorption and desorption on bioavailability of atrazine in soils, Soil Science Society of America Journal, 73:967-974, 2009.
  5. Zech, W.C., T. P. Clement, and J. S. McDonald, Field evaluation of silt fence tieback systems at a highway construction site, ASCE Practice Periodical on Structural Design and Construction, vol.14(3), p105-112, 2009.

2008

  1. Rolle, M., T.P. Clement, R. Sethi, A.D. Molfetta, A Kinetic Approach for Simulating Redox-controlled Fringe and Core Biodegradation Processes in Groundwater: Model Development and Application to a Landfill Site in Piedmont, Italy, Hydrological Processes Journal, Vol 22 (25), P 4905 - 492, 2008. [Click to download]
  2. Kanel, S.R., R. R. Goswami, T. P. Clement*, M. O. Barnett, and D. Zhao, Two dimensional transport characteristics of surface stabilized zero-valent iron nanoparticles in porous media, Environmental Science & Technology, v.42, p.896-900, 2008.  [Click to download]
  3. Srinivasan, V. and T.P. Clement, Analytical Solutions for Sequentially Coupled One-Dimensional Reactive Transport Problems – Part I: Mathematical Derivations, Advances in Water Resources, v. 31(2), P. 203-218, 2008.  [Click to download]  [Code]
  4. Srinivasan, V. and T.P. Clement, Analytical Solutions for Sequentially Coupled One-Dimensional Reactive Transport Problems – Part II: Special Cases, Implementation and Testing, Advances in Water Resources, v. 31(2), P. 219-232, 2008.  [Click to download] [Code]

46.  Srininvasan V. and T.P. Clement*, Reply to discussion comments on ‘‘Domenico’s Solution—Is It Valid? ’’ by V. Srinivasan and T.P. Clement, Ground Water, Vol. 46, No. 5, p-668, 2008.

  1. Zech, W.C., J.L. Halverson, and T.P. Clement, Evaluating the effectiveness of silt fence installations to control sediment discharge from highway construction sites, ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, vol.13(6), p.497-504, 2008.
  2. Xu, Y., D. Zhao and T.P. Clement, Modeling elution histories of copper and lead from a contaminated soil treated by Poly(amidoamine) dentrimers, ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering Division, vol. 134 (4), p. 238-246, 2008.
  3. Radu, T., Kumar, A., T.P. Clement, G. Jeppu, M.O. Barnett, Development of a Scalable Model for Predicting Arsenic Transport Coupled with Oxidation and Adsorption Reactions, In press, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, v.95, pages 30–41, 2008.  [Click to download]

2007

  1. Goswami, R.R. and T.P Clement, Laboratory-scale investigation of saltwater intrusion dynamics, Water Resources Research, Vol. 43, W04418, doi:10.1029/2006WR005151, 2007.  [Click to download]
  2. Zech, W.C., J.L. Halverson, and T.P. Clement, Development of a silt fence tieback design methodology for highway construction installations, Journal of Transportation Research Record, No.2011 Environmental Issues, DOI 10.3141/2011-03, pp.21-28, 2007. [Click to download]
  3. Lee, K.K., and T.P. Clement, Remediation of groundwater and soil environments: an emerging field of research in Korea, Guest Editorial Article, Geosciences Journal, vol. 11 (2), p. 93-94, 2007.
  4. Truex, M.J., C.D. Johnson, J.R. Spencer, and T.P. Clement, A reactive transport approach to evaluating and implementing natural attenuation at a chlorinated solvent contaminated DNAPL site, Remediation - Journal of Environmental Cleanup Costs, Technologies & Techniques, v. 17(4), p.23-40, 2007.  [Click to download]
  5. Phillippi, J.M., M. J. McIndoe, M. O. Barnett, T.P. Clement and E. E. Roden, Theoretical analysis of solid-to-solution ratio effects on the adsorption and transport of strongly interacting solutes--  uranium (VI) and carbonate system, Soil Science Society of America Journal, 71:329-335, DOI: 10.2136/sssaj2006.0159, 2007
  6. Lim, MS, I.N. Yeo, T.P. Clement, Y. Roh, K.K. Lee, Mathematical model for predicting microbial reduction and transport of arsenic in groundwater systems, Water Research, Vol. 41 (10), P. 2079-2088, 2007.  [Click to download]
  7. Srinivasan, V., T.P. Clement, and K.K. Lee, Domenico model – Is it valid? Ground Water, v45(2), p. 136-146, 2007.  [Click to download] [Code]

2006

  1. Ilangasekare, T., S W. Tyler, T. P. Clement, K.G. Villholth,  A.P.G.R.L. Perera,  J. Obeysekera, A., Gunatilaka,  C.R. Panabokke,  D. W. Hyndman, K. J. Cunningham, J. J. Kaluarachchi, W W-G. Yeh, M Van Genuchten, and K. Jensen,  Impacts of the 2004 Tsunami on Groundwater Resources in Sri Lanka, Water Resources Research, doi:10.1029/2006WR004876, v.42 (5), p.1-9, 2006. [Click to download]
  2. Jones, N.L.,  T.P. Clement, C.M. Hansen, A three-dimensional analytical modeling tool for solving reactive transport problems, Ground Water, vol. 44 (4), p 613-617, 2006. [Code]
  3. Lee, M., K.K. Lee, T.P. Clement, and D. Hamilton, Nitrogen transformation and transport Modeling in groundwater aquifers, Ecological Modeling, vol. 192, p. 143-159, 2006. [Click to download]

2005

  1. Simpson, M..J.,  K.L. Landman, and T.P. Clement, Assessment of a non-traditional operator split algorithm for simulation of reactive transport, Mathematics and Computer Simulations Journal, 70 (1): 44-60, 2005.
  2. Westbrook S.J., J.L. Rayner, G.B. Davis, T.P. Clement, P.L. Bjerg, and S.J. Fisher, Interaction between shallow groundwater, saline surface water and contaminant discharge at a seasonally- and tidally-forced estuarine boundary,, Journal of Hydrology. vol (302) p. 255-269, 2005. [click to download]

2004

  1. Clement, T.P., Y.C. Kim, T.R. Gautam, and K.K. Lee, Experimental and numerical investigation of NAPL dissolution processes in a laboratory scale aquifer model, accepted for publication, Groundwater Monitoring and Remediation Journal, vol 24(4), p. 88-96, 2004.  [click to download]
  2. Quezada, C.R., T.P. Clement, K.K. Lee, Generalized solution to multi-dimensional, multi-species transport equations coupled with a first-order reaction network involving distinct retardation factors,  Advances in Water Resources Journal, vol 27, p. 507-520, 2004. [Click to download] [Code]
  3. Clement, T.P., T.R. Gautam, K.K. Lee, M.J. Truex, G.B. Davis, Modeling Coupled NAPL-dissolution and rate-limited sorption reactions in biologically active porous media, Bioremediation Journal, 8(1-2): p.47-64, 2004. [Click to download]
  4. Wilkes, S.M., T. P. Clement, and C.J. Otto, An investigation of the hydrogeology of the Augustus River catchment, Western Australia, Hydrogeology Journal, 12:209-223, DOI 10.1007/s10040-003-0298-9, 2004.

66. Wilkes, S.M., T.P. Clement, and C.J. Otto, The hydro-geological significance of fractures within a weathered rock catchment, Australian Geomechanics, vol 39(2): 27-36 (2004).

  1. *Simpson, M.J., and T.P. Clement, Improving the worthiness of the Henry problem as a benchmark for density-dependent groundwater flow models, Water Resources Research, vol 40 (1), W01504, doi:10.1029/2003WR002199, 2004. [Click to download]
  2. Hipsey, M.R., M. Sivapalan, M. and T.P. Clement, A numerical and field investigation of surface heat fluxes from small wind-sheltered waterbodies in semi-arid Western Australia, Journal of Environmental Fluid Mechanics, vol 4, p. 79-106, 2004. [Click to download]

2003

  1. Simpson, M.J., and T.P. Clement, Comparison of finite difference and finite element solutions to the variably saturated flow equation, v.270, p.49-64, Journal of Hydrology, 2003. [Click to download]
  2. *Simpson, M.J., and T.P. Clement, Worthiness of the Henry and Elder problems for validating density-dependent flow models, Advances in Water Resources Journal, vol (26) p. 17-31, 2003. [Click to download]
  3. Simpson, M.J., T.P. Clement, and F.E. Yeomans, An analytical method for computing groundwater residences times near a pumping well, Ground Water Journal, vol 41 (3), p. 351-354, 2003. [Click to download]
  4. Simpson, M.J., T.P. Clement, and T.A. Gallop, Laboratory and numerical investigation of flow and transport near a seepageface boundary, Ground Water Journal, vol 41 (5), p.690-700, 2003.[Click to download]

2002

  1. *Clement, T.P., M.J. Truex, and P. Lee, A Case Study for demonstrating the application of U.S. EPA's monitored natural attenuation screening protocol at a hazardous waste site, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, vol 59 (nos.1-2), p.133-162, 2002. [Click to download]
  2. T. R. Ginn, K. E. Nelson, T. D. Scheibe, E. M. Murphy, and T. P. Clement, Processes in Microbial Transport in the Natural Subsurface, Advances in Water Resources Journal, vol(25), p. 1017-1042, 2002. [Click to download]

2001

  1. *Clement, T.P., A generalized analytical method for solving multi-species transport equations coupled with a first-order reaction network, submitted to Water Resources Research, vol 37, p. 157-163, 2001. [Click to download] [Code]

2000

  1. *Clement, T.P., C.D., Johnson, Y. Sun, G.M. Klecka, C. Bartlett, Natural attenuation of chlorinated solvent compounds: Model development and field-scale application, vol.42, p.113-140, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 2000. [Click to download

1999

  1. Lu, G., T.P. Clement, C. Zheng, and T.H. Wiedemeier, Natural attenuation of BTEX compounds: Model development and field-scale application, Ground Water, vol.37(5), p.707-717, 1999. [Click to download] 
  2. *Sun, Y., J.N. Petersen, T.P. Clement, and R.S. Skeen, Development of analytical solutions for multi-species transport with serial and parallel reactions, Water Resources Research, Vol. 35, No. 1, p. 185-190, 1999.
  3. Sun, Y., J.N. Petersen, T.P. Clement, A new analytical solution for multiple species reactive transport in multiple dimensions, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, (35)4, pp. 429-440, 1999.
  4. Sun, Y., J.N. Petersen, Bear, J., T.P. Clement, B.S. Hooker, Modeling microbial transport and biodegradation in a dual-porosity system, Transport in Porous Media Journal, vol.35(1), p. 49-65, 1999.
  5. Sun, Y., and T. P. Clement, A generalized decomposition method for solving coupled multi-species reactive transport problems, Transport in Porous Media Journal, 37/3 (December), pp. 327-346, 1999. [Click to download]

1998

  1. *Clement, T.P., Y. Sun., B.S. Hooker, J.N. Petersen, Modeling Multi-species Reactive Transport in Groundwater Aquifers, Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation Journal, vol 18(2), spring issue, p. 79-92, 1998. [Click to download]
  2. Sun, Y., J.N. Petersen, T.P. Clement, B.S. Hooker, Effect of reaction kinetics on predicted concentration profiles during subsurface bioremediation, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, v. 31, p 359-372, 1998.

1997

  1. Franzen, M.F.L., J.M. Petersen, T.P. Clement, B.S. Hooker, and R.S. Skeen, Pulsing as a strategy to achieve large biologically active zones during in situ carbon tetrachloride remediation, Computational Geosciences, vol. 1 (no. 3-4), 217-288, 1997. [Click to download]
  2. Clement, T.P., M.J. Truex, and B.S. Hooker, A steady-state, two-well testing method for determining hydraulic properties of confined and unconfined aquifers, 35(4), 698-703, Ground Water, 1997. [Click to download]

1996

  1. *Clement, T.P., B.S.  Hooker, and R.S.  Skeen, Macroscopic models for predicting changes in saturated porous media properties cause by microbial growth, Ground Water, 34(5), 934-942, 1996. [Click to download]
  2. *Clement, T.P., P.M. Peyton, R.S. Skeen, B.S.  Hooker, J.M. Petersen, and D. Jennings, Microbial growth and transport in porous media under denitrification conditions: Experiment and simulations results, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 24, 269-285, 1997. [Click to download]
  3. Clement, T.P., W. R. Wise, F.J. Molz, and M. Wen, A Comparison of modeling approaches for steady-state unconfined flow, Journal of Hydrology, 181, 189-209, 1996. [Click to download]
  4. *Clement, T.P., B.S.  Hooker, and R.S.  Skeen, Numerical modeling of biologically reactive transport from a nutrient injection well, ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering, 122(9), 833-839, 1996.

1995

  1. ^Wise, W.R. and T.P. Clement, Discussion of  "Maximum water-table drawdown at a fully penetrating pumping well", Ground Water, v. 33 (3), p. 499-502, 1995.

1994

  1. *Clement,T.P., W.R.Wise and F.J. Molz, A physically based, two-dimensional, finite-difference algorithm for variably-saturated flow, Journal of Hydrology, v. 161, p. 71-90, 1994. [Click to download]  [Code]
  2. *Wise, W.R., T.P. Clement, and F.J. Molz, Variably-saturated modeling of transient drainage: Sensitivity to soil parameters, Journal of Hydrology, v. 161, p. 91-108, 1994. [Click to download]

1993

  1. ^Clement, T. P., Discussion of  "The groundwater pollution of the Madras urban aquifer", Ground Water,  p. 1029-1030, 1993. Click to download

^ Short discussion papers


PEER REVIEWED BOOK CHAPTERS

1.    Clement, T.P., G.F. John and F. Yin, Assessing the increase in background oil contamination levels in Alabama’s nearshore beach environment resulting from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, Oil Spill Science and Technology, Edited by Merv Fingas, 2nd Edition, Chapter 16, Elsevier Publishers, 2017. [Click to download]

  1. Clement, T.P. and C.D. Johnson, RT3D – Reactive Transport in 3-Dimensions, Groundwater Reactive Transport Models, Edited by F. Zhang, G.T. Yeh, and J.C. Parker, Chapter-4, p 96-111, Bentham Science Publishers, ISBN-978-1-60805.306-3, 2012.
  2. Clement, T.P.  Bioremediation of contaminated groundwater systems, Groundwater Quantity and Quality Management,  American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Editors M.M. Aral and S. Taylor, Chapter 13, p. 522-559, 2011.
  3. Srinivasan V., and Clement, T.P.  Review of Analytical methods of modeling contaminant fate and transport, Groundwater Quantity and Quality Management,  American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Editors M.M. Aral and S. Taylor, Chapter 4, p.85-118. 2011.
  4. Hogan, M.B., R. R. Goswami, K. G. Villholth, T. H. Illangasekare, and T. P. Clement, Understanding the Flow and Mixing Dynamics of Saline Water Discharged into Coastal Freshwater Aquifers, Proceeding of the SWIM/SWICA joint meeting, Cagliari, Chia Laguna, Italy, September 25th-29th, Section-2-Modeling to Elucidate Processes, Edited by G. Barrocu, pages 55-61, 2006.
  5. Ginn, T.R., T. Camesano, T.D. Scheibe, K.E. Nelson, T.P. Clement, B.D. Wood, Microbial Transport in the Subsurface, Encyclopedia of Hydrological Sciences, edited by Anderson M.G. and vol 3, p. 1603-1626, 2005.
  6. Simpson, MJ, and T.P. Clement, Testing numerical models of variable density ground water flow: Current trends and the renaissance of the Henry problem.  Publication title: Groundwater and Saline Intrusion, selected peer-reviewed papers from the 18th saltwater intrusion meeting SWIM-18, Cartagena, Spain. Edited by Araguas, Custodio and Manzano, p 41-48, 2005.
  7. Peyton, B.M., T.P Clement, and J.P. Connolly, Modeling of natural remediation: Contaminant fate and transport, Natural Remediation of Environmental Contaminants, Book Chapter-5, pages, 79-120, edited by Swindoll et. al., Society for Environmental and Toxicology and Chemistry, ISBN-1-880611-33-3, 2000.
  8. Clement, T.P., B.M. Peyton, T.R. Ginn, and R.S. Skeen, Modeling bacterial transport and accumulation processes in saturated porous media: a review, Book Chapter in Advances in Nuclear Science and Technology, Edited by J. Lewins and M. Becker, Kluwer Academic/ Plenum Publishers, New York, pages 59-78, 1999. 

CONFERENCES (Updated only up to 2006)

  1. Hogan, M.B., R. R. Goswami, K. G. Villholth, T. H. Illangasekare, and T. P. Clement, Understanding the Flow and Mixing Dynamics of Saline Water Discharged into Coastal Freshwater Aquifers, Proceeding of the SWIM/SWICA joint meeting held in Sardinia, Italy, September 25th-29th, 2006.
  2. Clement, T.P., R.R. Goswami, M. Hogan, Understanding the dynamics of freshwater and saltwater mixing processes in unconfined aquifers – laboratory scale model results, Proceedings of the international conference on MODFLOW and More 2006 Managing Ground Water Systems, Golden Colorado, May 2006, p. 16-17.
  3. Johnson, C.D., M.J. Truex, and T.P. Clement, New features in RT3D for modeling MNA at chlorinated solvent sites, Proceedings of the international conference on MODFLOW and More 2006 Managing Ground Water Systems, Golden Colorado, May 2006, p. 185-189.
  4. Rolle, M., V. Zolla, R. Seti, A. D. Molfetta, and T.P. Clement, Modeling TEAPs and computing redox zonation in contaminated aquifers, Proceedings of the international conference on MODFLOW and More 2006 Managing Ground Water Systems, Golden Colorado, May 2006, p. 215-219.
  5. Hogan, M.B., R.R. Goswami, T.H. Illangasekare, and T.P. Clement, Understanding saltwater transport in tsunami-impacted coastal aquifers, accepted, Hydrological sciences for Managing Water Resources in the Asian Developing World meeting in Guangzhou, China, 8 - 10 June 2006.
  6. Brakefield L., V. Srinivasan, C.R. Quezada, and T.P. Clement, Analytical models for predicting reactive transport at chlorinated solvent contaminated sites, accepted, Hydrological sciences for Managing Water Resources in the Asian Developing World meeting in Guangzhou, China, 8 - 10 June 2006.
  7. Rolle, M., V. Zolla, R., Sethi, A. Di Molfetta, and T.P. Clement, Modeling TEAPs and computing redox zonation in contaminated aquifers, In press, Proceeding of the MODFLOW 2006 conference, May 22-24th, Golden, Colorado, 2006.
  8. Clement, T.P, K.K. Lee, and V. Srinivasan, Analytical Tools for Modeling Natural Attenuation Processes at Chlorinated Solvent Contaminated Sites, ASCE Environmental and Water Resources Conference, Alaska, May 2005.
  9. Rolle, M, A. Di Molfetta, R. Sethi, T. P. Clement. Modeling of redox zonation down-gradient of landfill sites, ASCE Environmental and Water Resources Conference, Alaska, May 2005.
  10. Méndez-Sánchez, N., T.P. Clement, and C.R. Lange, An assessment of microcosm tests used for evaluating chlorinated solvent bioremediation model parameters, Accepted, Proceeding of the MODFLOW and more 2003: Understanding through modeling, Sept 17-19th 2003, Golden, Colorado.
  11. Quezada, C.R., C.M. Hansen, T.P. Clement, N.L. Jones, K.K. Lee, ART3D- An analytical model for predicting 3-dimensional reactive transport, Accepted, Proceeding of the MODFLOW and more 2003: Understanding through modeling, Sept 17-19th 2003, Golden, Colorado.
  12. Lee, M., K.K. Lee, T.P. Clement, and D.P. Hamilton, Nitrogen transformation and transport model in saturated soils: Model formulation and field application, Accepted, Proceeding of the MODFLOW and more 2003: Understanding through modeling, Sept 17-19th 2003, Golden, Colorado.
  13. Gautam, T.R. and T.P. Clement, Modeling of multiple rate-limited reactive transport processes in saturated porous media, Computational Methods in Water Resources, June 23rd –28th, 2002 in Delft, The Netherlands.
  14. Gautam T.R., Y.C. Kim, T. P. Clement, and K.K. Lee, Modeling biodegradation coupled with NAPL dissolution processes using the RT3D code, will be presented at the Third International Conference on Water Resources and Environment Research (ICWRER), 22nd – 25th of July 2002 in Dresden, Germany.
  15. Hiller, B.T., Dogramaci, S., Clement, T.P. and Wills, R. Solutes, stable isotopes and radiocarbon isotopes as tracers of groundwater flow, Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia. Processing of the International Groundwater Conference on Balancing the Groundwater Budget, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, May 12-17, 2002.
  16. Wilkes, S.M., Clement, T.P., and C.J. Otto, The hydrogeology of a bauxite refinery in the upper Augustus river catchment, Western Australia, Processing of the International Groundwater Conference on Balancing the Groundwater Budget, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, May 12-17, 2002.
  17. Truex, M.J., C.D. Johnson, J.R. Spencer, and T.P Clement, Evaluating Natural Attenuation Of Chlorinated Solvents At A Complex Site, Proceedings of the Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, Monterey, CA, May 20-23, 2002.
  18. Spencer, J.R., C.D. Johnson, and T.P. Clement, Modeling biological transformation of chlorinated ethanes and ethenes in support of natural attenuation, Proceedings of the Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, Monterey, CA, May 20-23, 2002.
  19. M.J. Simpson and T. P. Clement, 2001, Implication of Dupuit-Forchheimer approximations on solute transport, Proceedings of the 2nd Australia-New Zealand Conference on Environmental Geotechnics, GeoEnvironment 2001, Newcastle, 28-30 November, editors Smith, D., S. Fityus, and M. Allman, p. 215-220.
  20. M.J. Simpson and T. P. Clement, 2001, Density dependent groundwater flow modeling: An evaluation of common benchmark problems, Modeling in Hydrogeology, editors L. Elango and R. Jayakumar, UNESCO Workshop, Anna University, India, December 3rd - 7th, 2001, Allied Publishers, p.157-168.
  21. Clement, T. P., and T.  R.  Gautam, 2001, Modeling and design of bioremediation systems, Proceedings of the 2nd Australia-New Zealand Conference on Environmental Geotechnics, GeoEnvironment 2001, Newcastle, 28-30 November, editors Smith, D., S. Fityus, and M. Allman, p. 255-265 (Invited Paper).
  22. Clement T.P., Review of methods for modeling the fate and transport hydrocarbon plumes using RT3D, Modeling in Hydrogeology, editors L. Elango and R. Jayakumar, UNESCO Workshop, Anna University, India, December 3rd - 7th, 2001, Allied Publishers, p.239-257 (Invited Paper).
  23. Clement, T.P., and M.J. Truex, Natural Attenuation Assessment of Mixed Chlorinated Ethene and Ethane Plumes at a Hazardous Waste Site in Louisiana, USA, p.355-362, volume 2, 2000 Contaminated Site Remediation Conference Proceedings, edited by C.D. Johnson, Melbourne, 4-8, December, 2000.
  24. Westbrook, S.J., G.B. Davis, J.L. Rayner, S.J. Fisher, and T.P. Clement, Initial site characterization of a dissolved hydrocarbon groundwater plume discharging to a surfacewater environment, p.189-196, volume 1, 2000 Contaminated Site Remediation Conference Proceedings, edited by C.D. Johnson, Melbourne, 4-8, December, 2000.
  25. Clement, T.P., C.D., Johnson, Y. Sun, G.M. Klecka, C. Bartlett, Modeling natural attenuation of chlorinated solvent plumes at the Dover Air Force Base site, In Press, Proceedings of the Fifth international in situ and on-site bioremediation symposium, San Diego, California, vol, 5(1), pages 29-34, 1999.
  26. Aziz, C.E., C.J. Newell, J.R. Gonzales, P.E., Hass, T.P. Clement, and Y. Sun, BIOCHLOR natural attenuation model for chlorinated solvent sites, Proceedings of the Fifth international in situ and on-site bioremediation symposium, San Diego, California, vol, 5(1), pages 83-88, 1999.
  27. Clement, T.P., Y. Sun, and C. Zheng, RT3D- A Modflow-family reactive transport simulator, MODFLOW 98 conference proceedings, October 4-8, Golden, Colorado, vol 1., p.397-403, 1998.
  28. Davis, R.J., N.L. Jones, and T.P. Clement, Efficient tools for building multi-component transport models, Accepted for publication, MODFLOW 98 conference proceedings, October 4-8, Golden, Colorado, vol. 1., p.195-202, 1998.
  29. Johnson, C.D., R.S. Skeen, D.P. Leigh, T.P. Clement, and Y. Sun, Modeling natural attenuation of chlorinated ethenes at a Navy site using the RT3D code, Proceedings of WESTEC 98 conference, sponsored by Water Environmental Federation 71st annual conference, WEFTEC '98,Orlando, Florida, October 3-7th, vol.3-part-I: Remediation of Soil & Groundwater, p. 225-247, 1998.
  30. Newell, C.J. C.E. Aziz,A. P. Smith J.R. Gonzales, P.E. Haas, T. P. Clement, and Y. Sun, 1998.  The Air Force Biochlor Natural Attenuation Model and Database for Chlorinated Solvent Sites, Proceedings of the Third Tri-Service Environmental Technology Workshop, San Diego, California, August 18-20.
  31. Clement, T.P., Y. Sun, B.S. Hooker, and J.N. Petersen, Modeling natural attenuation of contaminants in saturated groundwater aquifers, Proceeding of the In-Situ and On-Site Bioreclamation, Natural Attenuation Session, The Fourth International Symposium, New Orleans, Louisiana, vol. 1., 37-42, 1997.
  32. Clement, T.P., B.S.  Hooker, and R.S.  Skeen, Modeling of In-situ biological processes in Contaminated Aquifers, Accepted for publication in the proceedings of the Annual meeting of Air & Waste management association, San Antonio, Texas, 1997.
  33. Clement, T.P., B.S.  Hooker, and R.S.  Skeen, Modeling biologically reactive transport in porous media, Proceedings of the international conference on mathematics and computations,reactor physics, and environmental analyses, Portland, Oregon, April-May 1995, Vol. 1., p. 192-201, 1995.


PLATFORM/ POSTER PRESENTATIONS

  1. Gautam, T.R. and T.P. Clement, Modeling of multiple rate-limited reactive transport processes in saturated porous media, Computational Methods in Water Resources Conference, June 23rd –28th, 2002 in Delft, The Netherlands.
  2. Gautam T.R., Y.C. Kim, T. P. Clement, and K.K. Lee, Modeling biodegradation coupled with NAPL dissolution processes using the RT3D code, will be presented at the Third International Conference on Water Resources and Environment Research (ICWRER), 22nd – 25th of July 2002 in Dresden, Germany.
  3. M.J. Simpson and T. P. Clement, 2001, Implication of Dupuit-Forchheimer approximations on solute transport, Australia-New Zealand Conference on Environmental Geotechnics, GeoEnvironment 2001, Newcastle, 28-30 November.
  4. M.J. Simpson and T. P. Clement, 2001, Density dependent groundwater flow modeling: An evaluation of common benchmark problems, UNESCO Workshop, Anna University, India, December 3rd - 7th, 2001.
  5. Clement, T. P., and T.  R.  Gautam, 2001, Modeling and design of bioremediation systems, Proceedings of the 2nd Australia-New Zealand Conference on Environmental Geotechnics, GeoEnvironment 2001, Newcastle, 28-30 November (invited presentation).
  6. Clement T.P., Review of methods for modeling the fate and transport hydrocarbon plumes using RT3D, UNESCO Workshop, Anna University, India, December 3rd - 7th, 2001.
  7. Clement, T.P., and M.J. Truex, Natural Attenuation Assessment of Mixed Chlorinated Ethene and Ethane Plumes at a Hazardous Waste Site in Louisiana, USA, 2000 Contaminated Site Remediation Conference, Melbourne, 4-8 December, Australia.
  8. Westbrook, S.J., G.B. Davis, J.L. Rayner, S.J. Fisher, and T.P. Clement, Initial site characterization of a dissolved hydrocarbon groundwater plume discharging to a surfacewater environment, 2000 Contaminated Site Remediation Conference, Melbourne, 4-8, December, Australia. Poster Presentation.
  9. Sun, Y., T.P. Clement, J.N. Petersen, R.S. Skeen, Effects of bioremediation on pump and treat design, poster presentation, Presented at the First International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, Monterey, California, May, 1998.
  10. Clement, T.P., RT3D- A computer tool for simulating reactive transport and natural attenuation processes in saturated porous media, Invited Speaker at the International Business Communications Environmental Monitoring Tools conference, Scottsdale, Arizona, December, 1997.
  11. Hooker, B. S., M. J. Truex, T. P. Clement, and D. R. Newcomer, Preliminary Validation of Intrinsic Remediation of Carbon Tetrachloride at the Hanford Site., poster presentation, presented at the Intrinsic Remediation Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, April 1996.
  12.  Clement, T.P., and B.S.  Hooker, Macroscopic models for predicting changes in the physical properties of porous media caused by biological growth, poster presentation, presented at the In-Situ and On-Site Bioreclamation, The Third International Symposium, San Diego, California, April, 1995.
  13. Franzen,M.E.,  J.N. Petersen, T.P. Clement, R.S. Skeen, and B.S. Hooker, Determining nutrient addition strategies to minimize the time needed to complete In Situ bioremediation,  Presented at the In-Situ and On-Site Bioreclamation, The Third International Symposium, San Diego, California, April, 1995.
  14. Clement T.P., B.S.  Hooker, R.S.  Skeen, Development of soil column (Cartesian) and Near-well (Radial) simulation design tools for in situ bioremediation, poster presentation, presented at the 1994 Annual meeting of American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChe), San Francisco, November, 13-18, 1994.
  15. Clement, T. P., William R. Wise, Fred J. Molz, and Menghong Wen, Numerical Modeling of Seepage Faces:  Saturated vs. Variably?Saturated Formulations.  Presented at the 1993 Spring Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, Baltimore, Maryland, May 24?28, 1993, EOS Transactions AGU, 74(16), Spring Meeting Supplement, p. 153, 1993.


PUBLISHED COMPUTER CODES

  1. ART3D - A public-domain reactive transport model for predicting three-dimensional, multi-species contaminant transport in heterogeneous porous media.  This work is currently funded by the Frontier project, Seoul National University, Korea.  The code is based on a modfied analytical solution previouly published in Clement (2001).
  2. BIOCHLOR - A screening tool currently under development for the Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence (AFCEE) and EPA.  This software was developed through a joint effort between Groundwater Services Inc., and Battelle. Available at: http://www.epa.gov/ada/csmos/models/biochlor.html
  3. RT3D - A public-domain reactive transport model for predicting three-dimensional, multi-species contaminant transport in heterogeneous porous media.  This work was jointly funded by DOE and private industries.  The code is based on MT3D MODFLOW models, and it is supported by several industry-standard GUI's including GMS, VisualModflow, and GW-vistas.  The source code, PC executables, and user documents are presently available at: http://bioprocess.pnl.gov/rt3d.htm.
  4. 1DCART - A one-dimensional model for analyzing biologically mediated reactive transport in porous media columns.  This work was funded by DOE.  The code is useful for analyzing lab-scale experimental data.
  5. RADMOD - A radial flow model for analyzing biological growth and nutrient consumption near an injection well. This work was funded by DOE.  The code is useful for designing field-scale bioremediation pilot tests.
  6. VSAT - A two-dimensional model for predicting variably-saturated (saturated-unsaturated) flow near groundwater-surface-water boundaries.  Funded by EPA.  The code is useful for analyzing variably-saturated flow and seepage-faces boundaries observed near wetlands and beaches.
  7. STREAM-I -  One dimensional model for analyzing water quality in rivers.  Funded by the Department of Environment, Govt. of India.  STREAM is a pc-based interactive software for surface water-quality modeling and waste-load allocation.
  8. STREAM-II - A two-dimensional model for analyzing river water-quality in mixing zone.  Funded by the Department of Environment, Govt. of India.  STREAM-II is a pc-based interactive software for modeling river water-quality within a mixing zone.  Current versions of STREAM software are used in Indo-French environmental software/ training programs.
  9. AIRMOD - A Gaussian-plume equation based model for predicting urban air quality.  Supported by the Bombay Municipal Air Pollution Control Board.


RESEARCH REPORTS

  1. Truex, M.J., and T.P. Clement, Initial screening assessment of natural attenuation potential at the Broolawn site, Battelle Project Report, 1999.
  2. Carol, E.A., C.J. Newell, J.R. Gonzales, P. Haas, T.P. Clement, Y. Sun, BIOCHLOR - Natural attenuation decision support system v1.0, User's Manual, Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence Report, 1998.
  3. Clement, T.P, RT3D - A modular computer code for simulating reactive multi-species transport in 3-Dimensional groundwater aquifers, Battelle Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Research Report, PNNL-SA-28967, September, 1997.  Available at: http://bioprocess.pnl.gov/rt3d.htm.
  4. Clement, T.P., and N.L. Jones, RT3D tutorials for GMS2.1 Users, Battelle Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Research Report, draft version, PNNL-SA-11805, December 1997.  Available at: http://bioprocess.pnl.gov/rt3d.htm.
  5. Clement, T.P., Numerical modeling of variably-saturated groundwater flow problems with seepage-face boundaries, Ph.D. Dissertation, submitted to Auburn University, Alabama, USA.  Research advisors: Prof. Fred Molz and Dr. William R. Wise.
  6. Wise, William, T. P. Clement, Fred Molz and Menghong Wen, Simulation of microbial degradation of crude oil components in different freshwater, estuarine, and marine shore environments, Beach hydraulics problem interim report, Submitted to EPA, Athens, Georgia, Sept. 1992.
  7. Modak, P.M., R.K. Gelda, T. P. Clement, S. Venkateswaralu and Gopakumar, STREAM-I, Water quality modeling software and user manual, Distributed by CESE, IIT, Bombay, India, August 1989.
  8. Modak P.M., T. P. Clement, Gelda R.K, and S. Venkateswaralu, Guidelines for conducting water quality monitoring surveys, Report submitted to Ganga Project Directorate, Ministry of Environment, New Delhi, India, May 1989.
  9. Modak, P.M., R.S. Patil and T. P. Clement, Air pollution dispersion modeling for BPCL(R), Research report submitted to Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited, Bombay, India, May 1989.
  10. Modak, P.M., R.K. Gelda, S. Venkateswaralu and T. P. Clement, Macro-scale DO-BOD modeling on river Ganga, Report submitted to Ganga Project Directorate, Ministry of Environment, New Delhi, India, April 1989.
  11. Arceivala, S.J., T.P., Clement, and  B. Deshpande, Environmental impact assessment of Herdilla petrochemical project, Prepared by Associated Industrial Consultants, Bombay; submitted to the Bombay Municipal Pollution Control Board, January, 1988.
  12. Clement, T.P., Computer mapping of air quality, M.Tech. Thesis, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, India.  Research advisor: Dr. Prasad M. Modak.


POST-DOCTORAL, PHD, AND MASTERS STUDENTS

  1. Sunwoo Chang (PhD Candidate, BS/MS Civil Engineering, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea)
  2. Jagadish Torlapati (PhD Candidate, BE Civil, IIT-Madras, India)
  3. Gerald John, (PhD Candidate, BS Chemical Engineering, AC Tech., Anna University, India)
  4. Dr. Vani Mulgalbal, Post-doctoral research associate.  May 2011.  She received her PhD training in Organic Chemistry from India and has over 10 years of industry/research experience in analytical chemistry.
  5. Fang Yin (MS Candidate, BS Environmental Sciences, Shanghai Ocean University, China)
  6. Mengyuan (Sonya) Zheng, BS, Environmental Engineering, Shanghai University of Science and
    Engineering, Shanghai, China.
     

1)       Dr. Elena Abarca, 2006-2008, she was a Fulbright Fellow from Spain.  Received PhD from the University of Catalonia, Spain with Professor Jesus Carrera.   Post-doctoral Research project: Understanding saltwater intrusion dynamics using laboratory scale physical models.  Current position: Research Fellow, MIT.

2)       Dr. Sushil Kanel, 2005-2008.  He received his PhD from the Korea Institute of Science and Technology.  Post-doctoral Research project:  Interaction of uranium with iron coated sediments, Funded by USDOE.  Current position: Research associate, Georgia Tech University.

3)       Dr. Tirtha Gautam, 2001-2003.  From Asian Institute of Technology and also University of Western Australia.  Post-doctoral Research project:  Development of reactive transport models, project funded by Australian Research Council (ARC).  Current position: Hydrologist, Dept. of Natural Resour. and Mines, Queensland, Australia.

4)       Dr.  Yunwei Sun, 1996-1998.  He graduated from the Tecnion Institute of Technology, Israel.  Received PhD under Professor Jacob Bear. Post-doctoral Research project:  Numerical and analytical solution to reactive transport equations involving chlorinate solvents.  Funded by USDOE.  Current position:  Research Engineer, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, California.

     1)   Dr Gautham Jeppu, 2004-2011.  Major Professor. Past institution:  BE-Chemical Engineering, National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal, India.  Dissertation topic: Understanding the transport of arsenic in iron coated sand systems. Current position: Research engineer, CSIRO, Perth, Australia.
2)    Dr. Rohit Goswami, 2002-2008, Major Professor, Auburn University.  Past institution:  BE Civil, Panjab Engineering College. Dissertation topic: Experimental and numerical analysis of variable-density flow and transport scenarios. Current position: Consulting Engineer, Geosyntech, Florida.
3)    Dr. Sumit Sen, 2004-2009, co-major professor with Dr. Srivastava, Dissertation topic:  Runoff generation in pastures of the Appalachian Plateau region of North Alabama, Current position: Research Associate.
4)    Dr.  Tanja Radu, 2002-2007, co-major professor with Dr. Barnett, Auburn University.  Dissertation title:  Factors affection arsenic transport in experimental subsurface systems, Current position: Research Asst., Belfast University.
5)    Dr. Massimo Rolle, 2004-2006. Foreign advisor, Turin Polytechnic University, Italy.  Massimo studied at Auburn University for year as a visiting PhD fellow. He took classes and completed a substantial portion of his dissertation work under my supervision.  Dissertation topic: Modeling redox controlled reactive transport processes in groundwater aquifers.  Current position:  Research fellow, University of Tubingen, Germany.
6)    Dr. Matthew Simpson, 2000-2004, Major Professor.  University of Western Australia.  Past institution:  BS. Civil & Environmental, University of Newcastle.  PhD Dissertation topic: Analysis of unconfined ground water flow characteristics near a seepage-face boundary.  His dissertation work received distinction award.  Current position:  Senior Lecturer, Department of Applied Mathematics, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.
7)    Dr.  Guoping Lu, 1997-2000.  Funded and supervised his work with Dr. Chunmiao Zheng (his major professor). University of Alabama.  His RT3D-model development efforts were, in part, supported by one of my research grants at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.  Dissertation topic:  Geological and biological processes in groundwater systems: field observations and modeling studies.   Current position:  Scientist, Berkeley National Laboratory.
  Experimental and numerical analysis of variable-density flow and transport scenarios. Current position: Consulting Engineer, Geosyntech, Florida.

 

      1)    Ms. Katherine Petty, MS 2011.  Major Professor.  Previous degree: BS Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia. Thesis topic:  The Effects of Land Cover, Climate, and Urbanization on Groundwater Resources in Dauphin Island.  Currently with USGS Miami.
2)    Mr.  Shayamsunder Ayalur, MS, 2009, Major Professor.  Auburn University.   Previous degree: BE Chemical Engineering, Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering, Chennai.  Thesis topic:  Use of hydroxyapatite derived from catfish bones for remediating uranium contaminated groundwater.  Currently PhD student Auburn University.
3)    Mr. Gopal Saha, MS, 2009. Major Professor. Auburn University.  Previous degree: Water Resources Engineering, Stuttgart University, Germany.  Thesis topic: Experimental and numerical investigation of unconfined hill slope flows.  Currently PhD student in Canada.
4)    Mr. Anand Gupta, MS, 2009. Co-major Professor with Dr. Srivastava.  Thesis topic:  An ecologically-sustainable surface water withdrawal framework for managing cropland irrigation in Alabama.
5)    Ms. Linzy Brakefield, MS, 2008. Major Professor.  Auburn University.  Previous degree: BS Mathematics, Maryville College, Tennessee. Thesis topic:  Physical and numerical modeling of buoyant groundwater plumes.  She received Len Assante Scholarship Award in recognition of best presentation at a NGWA conference and also the Outstanding Student Paper Award for her presentation at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) 2007 Fall Meeting.  Currently with USGS-Miami.
6)    Mr. Jared McLaughlin, MS, 2008.  Co-supervised with Dr Norm Jones.  Brigham Young University.  Previous degree:  BS Civil, BYU.  Jared spent two semesters as an exchange student and studied at Auburn University and studied under my supervision.  MS Thesis topic:  Use of parallel computing techniques for solving reactive transport problems.  Currently working as a civil engineer in a private company in Utah.
7)    Mr. Venkat Srinivasan, MS, 2007. Major Professor.  Auburn University.  Previous degree: BS Civil Engineering, IIT-Madras, Chennai. Thesis topic: Analytical solution for sequentially coupled multi-species reactive transport problems.  This thesis received a national award for best MS thesis.  Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors sponsored Montgomery-Watson-Harza Cash Prize Award.    Currently a PhD student at University of Illinois.
8)    Mr.  Justin McDonald, MS, 2007.  Co-major Professor with Dr. Zech. Auburn University.   Previous degree: BE Civil, Auburn University. Thesis topic:  Evaluation of silt fence and polymer additive to control sediment transport from construction sites.   Currently with Army Corp of Engineers, Mobile.
9)    Mr. Matthew Hogan, MS. 2006.  Major Professor. Auburn University.  Previous degree: BE Civil, Virginia Tech.  Thesis topic:  Understanding the flow and mixing dynamics of saline water discharged into coastal freshwater aquifers. 
10)    Mr. Anjani Kumar, MS 2006.  Major Professor.  Auburn University.  Previous degree: BE Civil IIT-Roorkie.  Thesis topic: Coupling transport codes with reactive transport models. Currently with a computer company in Madison, Wisconsin.
11)    Mr. Vijay Loganathan, MS. 2006. Co-major professor with Yucheng Feng.  Auburn University.  Previous degree: BE Civil.  Anna University – Guindy Campus, Chennai.  Thesis topic: Influence of sorption and desorption on bioavailability of atrazine in soils with crop residues. Currently at a research associate the Oakridge National Lab.
12)    Mr. Jarid Halverson, MS. 2005. Co-major professor with Dr Zech. Auburn University.  Previous degree: BE Civil. The United States Military Academy at West Point.  Thesis topic: Evaluation of silt fence performance using laboratory scale model of highway slopes.  Co-authored two journal publications.  Currently with a private consulting company in Michigan.
13)    Mr. John Phillipi, MS, 2004.  Co-major professor with Dr Barnett.  Auburn University.  Previous degree: BE Civil, Auburn University.  Thesis topic:  Use of surface complexation models to study the effects of solid-to-solution ratios.   Private consulting company in Alabama.
14)    Mr. Cristhian Quezada, MS. 2004.  Major Professor. Auburn University.  Previous degree: BE Civil, University of Chile, Santiago.  Thesis topic: Generalized solute to multi-species transport equations coupled with a first-order reaction network with distinct retardation factors.  He received the CH2MHILL-sponsored best graduate student award.   Currently a research associate at Virginia Tech.
15)    Mr. Shane Wilkes, MS. 2004. Co-supervised with Dr. Reynolds. University of Western Australia.  Thesis topic: An investigation of the hydro-geological significance of fractures on the hydrogeology of the Augustus River catchment, Western Australia. 
16)    Ms. Mee Sun Lee, MS, 2003.  Co-supervised with Dr K.K. Lee, Seoul National University.  Mee-Sun studied at the Univ. of Western Australia, under my supervision, as a visiting graduate student for two semesters.  Thesis topic:  Understanding nitrogen transformation and transport in saturated soils: Model development and field application. 
17)     Ms. Marley Franzen, MS. 1996. Co-supervised with Dr Petersen. Washington State University.  Thesis topic:  Modeling nutrient pulsing strategies using an injection well.
18)    Mr. David Jennings, MS. 1995. Co-supervised with Dr Petersen.  Washington State University.  Thesis topic:  Understanding microbial growth and transport in porous media under denitrification conditions.
groundwater.

 

 

      19)    Mr. Robert Cardwell, MCE, 2011.  Major Professor, Auburn University.  Previous degree: BS Civil, Auburn University.  Project topic:  Design of a small-scale model to evaluate the performance of sediment basins at construction site.  Currently water treatment engineer, Arkansas.
20)    Vivek Patil Previous degree: BS Chemical Engineering, VKIT, Pune University, India.  Project topic:  Investigation of contaminant transport in dual domain systems.  Currently PhD student Utah State University.
21)    Mr. Jagdish Torlapati, MCE, 2009, Major Professor, Auburn University.  Previous degree: BE Civil, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras.  Project topic:  Uncertainties in conceptual models used for simulating chlorinated solvent bioremediation systems.
22)    Mr.  Gautham Jeppu, MCE 2009. Major Professor.  Auburn University.   Previous degree: BE Chemical Engineering, NIT- Surathkal, India, Engineering project topic: Characterization of arsenic fate and transport in iron-oxide systems.
23)    Mr.  Rohit Goswami, MCE 2007. Major Professor.  Auburn University.   Previous degree: BE Civil, Panjab Engineering College.  Engineering project topic: Solution to density coupled flows.
24)    Mr. Che-An Kuo, MCE, 2006.  Major Professor, Auburn University.  Engineering project topic:  Visualization of contaminant transport in porous media systems. 
  The Effects of Land Cover, Climate, and Urbanization on Groundwater Resources in Dauphin Island.  Currently with USGS Miami.

  1. Mr. Thomas Gallop, first-class honours thesis (Nov 2000 – Oct 2001). Thesis title: Laboratory investigation of seepage-face boundaries.  Tom secured 1st rank in the 2001 graduating class, and is currently employed as an environmental consultant.
  2. Ms. Katina Thomas, first class honours thesis (Nov 2000 – Oct 2001). Thesis title “Bioremediation of acid mine drainage under sulfate reducing conditions.  Katina secured 3rd rank in the 2001 graduating class, and she is currently employed as a Project Planning Engineering with the Water Corporation in Perth, Australia.
  3. Mr. Bradley Hiller, first-class honours thesis (Nov 2000 – Oct 2001).  Thesis title: Dissolved solute, stable isotopes and radiocarbon isotopes as tracers of groundwater flow, Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia.  Brad received best honours thesis award for 2001 and is now working as Environmental Engineering at the Water Corporation in Perth, Australia.
  4. Ms. Ruth Bax, first class honours thesis (Nov 2000 – Oct 2001). Thesis title “Protocol for implementing artificial aquifer recharge for drinking water supply with a case study on the Albany region”.  She is currently pursuing her PhD degree at the Centre for Water Research, University of Western Australia.
  5. Ms. Natalee Steeres, 2nd class honours thesis (Nov 2000 – Oct 2001). Thesis title: Laboratory and numerical investigation of contaminant transport in a model aquifer.
  6. Ms. Sabika Abid, Honors project (Jan 2000 – Oct 2000). Thesis title “Modeling couple PCE-TCA reactive transport at a hazardous waste.


PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:  Short-Courses, workshops, and conferences



CURRENT AND PAST RESEARCH SUPPORT
Project Title: Development of modeling methods and tools for predicting reactive transport processes in porous media under multiple scales, Environmental Management Science Program (EMSP), Funded by USDOE National Competitive Grants program. Award amount: $949,851. April 06 – December 09. Role: PI.  Co-PI’s include Dr Mark Barnett (Auburn), Prof. Chunmiao Zheng (UA) and Prof. Norm Jones (BYU).

Development of a test facility to evaluate the optimal design of BMPs for managing environmental problems at construction sites. Total funding request: $347,693.  Funding agency: Alabama Department of Transportation  Status: Approved for funding.  Role: co-PI with Dr Zech.

Project Title:  Development and application of reactive transport modeling tools to design bioremediation systems (Aug 2003 – Mar 2007). Role: Principal investigator; Source of Support:  Korean Research Council’s Frontier 2000 program, Award Amount:  US $ 140, 000.  Role: PI.


Past Funding Support
Project Title: Development of RT3D reaction packages and tools for assessing monitored natural attenuation, Funded by USDOE’ MNA/EPR project. Award amount: $24,000. June 04-Dec 06. Role: PI.

Project Title: Development of an analytical framework for modeling the natural attenuation patterns of chlorinated solvents. Funded by USDOE’ MNA/EPR project. Award amount: $46,000. June 04-Dec 06. Role: PI.


Project Title: “Characterization of the biodegradation rates of chlorinated compounds under natural and anthropogenic electron donor conditions.”  Jan 2003- May 2004.  USGS water resources program funding via Alabama Water Resources Research Institute. Total cash funding: $39, 500.  P. Clement (Principal investigator).

Project Title:  Development and application of reactive transport modeling tools to design bioremediation systems at nitrate contaminated site in Korea (Jan 2002 – July 2002).  Role: Principal investigator; Source of Support:  Korean Research Council’s Frontier 2000 program, Award Amount:  AUS $ 40, 000.

Project Title: Development of a design framework for modeling enhanced and natural bioremediation processes at groundwater contaminated sites (Jan 2001- Jan 2004).  Role: Principal investigator; Source of Support:  Australian Research Council, Award Amount: AUS $ 283, 000.

Project Title: Application of the RT3D code (version 2.0) to design an active bioremediation systems for cleaning a TCE plume at the US Department of Energy’s Tan site in Idaho (June 2000- January 2001).  Role: Principal investigator; Source of Support:  Idaho National Engineering Laboratory and the Battelle Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA, Award Amount: AUS $110, 000.

Project Title: Application of RT3D to model natural attenuation processes at the Brooklawn Superfund site, Baton Rouge, Louisiana (March 2000- March 2002).  Role: Principal investigator; Source of Support:  Battelle Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Washington, USA, Award Amount: AUS $57, 000.

Project Title: Experimental and numerical investigation of unconfined groundwater flow near a saltwater interface (Jan 2001 to Jan 2002).  Role: Principal investigator; Source of Support:  Australian Research Council, Award Amount: AUS $13, 000.

Project Title: Laboratory analysis of unconfined groundwater flow with seepage-face boundaries, (January 2000- December 2000).  Role: Principal investigator; Source of Support:  Australian Research Council, Award Amount: AUS $13, 000.

Project Title: Development of groundwater modeling capabilities, (January 2000- January 2003).  Role: Principal investigator; Source of Support:  University of Western Australia, Award Amount: AUS $105, 000.

Project Title: Assessment of natural attenuation and DNAPL migration processes, and testing of microbial degradation pathways at the Brooklawn Superfund site (Oct, 1998 – March 2001).  Role: Project manager (until December, 1999) and principal investigator of the natural attenuation modeling/assessment work. Source of Support:  NPC Services Inc., Award Amount: $450,000.

Project Title: Development of a RT3D reaction package to model couple Chlorinated ethane/ethene at a Superfund Site (Oct 1998- March 1999).  Role: Principal investigator; Source of Support:  NPC Services Inc., Award Amount: $60, 000.

Project Title: Support for the development of the natural attenuation decision support system BIOCHLOR (Oct 1997- March 1998).  Role: Project manager and principal investigator; Source of Support:  Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence (AFCEE), San Antonio, Texas, Award Amount: $16, 000.

Project Title: Technical Support for the Remediation Technology Development Forum on In Situ Bioremediation (Oct, 1996 – September 1999).  Role: Project manager and principal investigator for RT3D software development and field application tasks. Source of Support:  DoD EM50 subsurface contamination area. Award Amount: FY 97- $560,000, FY 98 – $231,000, and FY 99 – $68,000.

Project Title: Development of Risk Modules for the RT3D Bioremediation Code (Oct, 1996 – September 1997).  Role: Principal investigator Source of Support:  Pacific Northwest National Laboratory LDRD funds, Award Amount: $30,000.



TEACHING
Teaching at Auburn University

·         CIVIL 6150/6156 Groundwater Hydraulics (click on this link to go to course webpage)

·         CIVIL 3010 CE Analysis (click on this link to go to course webpage)

·         CIVIL 7170 NUMERICAL METHODS (click on this link to go to course webpage)

Teaching at The University of Western Australia
Course Title: Numerical Modeling of Subsurface Flow and Transport Processes
Course Level: Post-graduate
Topics Covered:  Numerical solution to coupled differential equations, finite-difference solution to groundwater flow and transport equations, solution to unsaturated flow equations, practical application of MODFLOW, MODPATH, MT3DMS, and RT3D codes to field problems, and introduction to GIS and GMS.

Course Title: Environmental Engineering Design
Course Level: 2nd year undergraduate
Topics Covered:  Introduction to engineering and environmental engineering design principles, environmental impact assessment, computer applications in design and data collection and research.  Discussions based on one or two case-studies will be a part of this course.  This year the discussions will be based on the groundwater problem in Woburn, Massachusetts, discussed in the novel "Civil Action" by Jonathan Harr.   Also, the students will be expected to develop a river management plan based on a simple DO-BOD analysis using the Streeter-Phelps water quality model.

Course Title: Environmental Mechanics
Course Level: 3rd year undergraduate
Topics Covered:  Basic groundwater course that covers the fundamentals of saturated and unsaturated groundwater flow equations, contaminant transport mechanisms, and well flow equations.

Course Title: Subsurface Hydrology Design
Course Level: 4th year undergraduate
Topics Covered:  Applied course that focuses on the development of site characterization methods including pump and slug test procedures, introduction to groundwater remediation methods, application of commercial groundwater codes for simple design problems.  This course will emphasize on field-scale design issues such as conceptual modeling, development of boundary conditions, and grid design.