Hydrology Research

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John R. Buchanan
Associate Professor
Wastewater Management

John S. Tyner
Associate Professor

Daniel C. Yoder
Soil and water engineering

Raymond C. Albright
Assistant Professor
Forest ecology

Groups and Facilities

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Cherokee Wetlands 
Wetland and engineering research, teaching and outreach opportunities for UT students, staff and faculty!


Recent Publications

Investigating the hydrologic and water quality performance of trees in bioretention mesocosms Tirpak, R. A., J. M. Hathaway, and J. A. Franklin.  2019.  Journal of Hydrology, 576:65-71. [Abstract]

Evaluating the influence of design strategies and meteorological factors on tree transpiration in bioretention suspended pavement practices Tirpak, R. A., J. M. Hathaway, and J. A. Franklin.  2018.  Ecohydrology. [Abstract]

Teaching about Water Resources using ArcGIS Online Logan, J., and R. Hanahan.  2015.  ESRI Educational Users annual meeting., San Diego, CA. July 20-24, 2015. [Abstract]

ArcGIS Online as a tool to teach global, regional and local water resource issues to middle and high school teachers and students Logan, J., and R. Hanahan.  2015.  Proceedings of the Annual meeting of the Tennessee Geographic Information Council., Burns, TN. Apr 21-23, 2015. [Abstract]

Rehabilitating Oostanaula Creek: Use of Stream Enhancement and Agricultural BMPs, CFD Modeling, and University Students Neff, K., A. L. Ludwig, J. Schwartz, B. Connell, and F. R. Walker.  2012.  Proceedings. [Abstract]

Instrumentation for measuring runoff, sediment, and chemical losses from agricultural fields.  Bonilla, C. A., D. G. Kroll, J. M. Norman, D. C. Yoder, C. C. Molling, P. S. Miller, J. C. Panuska, J. B. Tope, and K. G. Karthekeyan.  2005.  Journal of Environ. Quality.

The Inherent Variability of Urban Subwatershed Hydrology and Water Quality.  Potter, S., A. R. Whitten, D. C. Yoder, and R. E. Yoder.  1998.  In Proceedings: Seventh Tennessee Water Resources Symposium, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, March 2-4. pp. P11.