Search results for keyword(s): 'conservation'
Jay L Banner
Professor and Chevron Centennial Teaching Fellow, Department of Geological Sciences, Jackson School of Geosciences
+1 512 471 5016, +1 512 471 6854
Expertise: Isotopic methods, groundwater, oceans, ancient oceans, climate change, aquifers, caves, environmental science, geochemistry, paleoclimatology
David J Eaton
Professor, Lyndon B Johnson School of Public Affairs
+1 512 471 8972, +1 512 471 8959
Expertise: Eaton has written on rural water supply, international water resource conflicts, energy management, environmental problems of industries, management of emergency medical services, applications of mathematical programming to resource problems, insurance, and agriculture. His research focuses on sustainable development in international river basins, evaluation of energy and water conservation programs, and prevention of pollution. Eaton's current research concerns U.S.-Mexico environmental cooperation, new methods for evaluation of air pollution emissions, joint management by Palestinians and Israelis of shared groundwater, and water conservation in Texas.
Roy L Flukinger
Senior Curator, Harry Huntt Ransom Humanities Research Center
+1 512 471 6793
Expertise: Photography; history of photography; photography and the humanities; art & art history; photohistory; photography & fine arts; photojournalism; photographic preservation; visual communications; management of visual archives
Sheila M Olmstead
Associate Professor, Lyndon B Johnson School of Public Affairs
+1 512 471 2064
Expertise: Olmstead is an environmental economist whose current research projects examine the environmental externalities associated with shale gas development in the United States, regulatory avoidance under the U.S. Safe Drinking Water Act, the influence of federal fire suppression policy on land development in the American West, and free-riding in dam placement and water withdrawals in transboundary river basins. She has worked extensively on the economics of water resource management, focusing on water demand estimation, water conservation policy, and access to drinking water services among low-income communities. Climate and energy policy are additional topics of her research, especially with regard to the application of market-based environmental policy instruments.
Philip S Schmidt
Professor and Donald J. Douglass Centennial Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Cockrell School of Engineering
+1 512 471 3118, +1 512 471 6902
Expertise: Industrial electrotechnology applications and economics; Industrial energy management and conservation; Project-based engineering instruction