Linda M. Abriola
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Linda M. Abriola Dean of Engineering Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Education Ph.D., M.A., M.S. (Civil Engineering), Princeton University, 1983, 1980, 1979 B.S. with highest honors (Civil Engineering), Drexel University, 1976

Research Interests Dr. Abriola's primary research area is in the mathematical modeling of the transport and fate of organic chemical contaminants in porous media. She developed one of the first mathematical models to describe the interphase mass partitioning and non-aqueous phase migration of organic liquid contaminants in the subsurface. Her recent research involves the use of models and laboratory experiments to examine abiotic and biotic processes influencing the persistence of organics and controlling the effectiveness of aquifer remediation technologies.


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