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Neupauer, Roseanna M. Professor

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Research

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  • Prof. Neupauer's research involves modeling investigations of the behavior of water flow and chemical transport in natural systems (e.g., groundwater aquifers) and man-made systems (e.g., water distribution systems). On-going projects include evaluation of methods to improve in situ remediation of contaminated groundwater, investigation of chaotic advection in natural groundwater systems, protection of ecological resources from heat transport in subsurface environments, investigation of stream depletion due to aquifer pumping, and analysis of changes in streamflow patterns in Ecuadorian rivers.

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  • groundwater modeling, groundwater remediation, chaotic advection

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Teaching

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  • CVEN 3323 - Hydraulic Engineering
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2018
    Studies hydraulic engineering theory and applications. Topics include incompressible flow in conduits, pipe system analysis and design, open channel flow, flow measurement, analysis and design of hydraulic machinery.
  • CVEN 4353 - Groundwater Engineering
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2018 / Fall 2019
    Studies the occurrence, movement, extraction for use,and quantity and quality aspects of groundwater. Introduces and uses basic concepts to solve engineering and geohydrologic problems.
  • CVEN 4383 - Applied Groundwater Modeling
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2018 / Spring 2019
    Studies analytical and numerical methods for solving problems of groundwater flow and chemical transport. Emphasizes fundamental modeling techniques and the relationship between the physical system and the model results. Applies models and modeling techniques to solve problems in ground water hydrology using contemporary software. Recommended prerequisite: CVEN 4353. Same as CVEN 5383.
  • CVEN 5353 - Groundwater Hydrology
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2018 / Fall 2019
    Studies the occurrence, movement, extraction for use, and quantity and quality aspects of groundwater. Introduces and uses basic concepts to solve engineering and geohydrologic problems. Recommended prerequisites: CVEN 3313 or AREN 2120 or CHEN 3200 or GEEN 3853 or MCEN 3021 and APPM 2360.
  • CVEN 5383 - Applied Groundwater Modeling
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2018 / Spring 2019
    Studies analytical and numerical methods for solving problems of groundwater flow and chemical transport. Emphasizes fundamental modeling techniques and the relationship between the physical system and the model results. Applies models and modeling techniques to solve problems in ground water hydrology using contemporary software. Recommended prerequisites: APPM 2360 and CVEN 4353 or CVEN 5353. Same as CVEN 4383.

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