Dominic M DiToro
Civil & Environmental Engineering
- Specializes in the developing and applying mathematical and statistical models to water and sediment problems in streams, lakes, estuaries and coastal bodies.
- Recent research helped develop criteria for the EPA to use in evaluating water and sediment quality.
- Has participated as expert consultant, principal investigator and project manager on numerous water quality studies for industry, research foundations and governmental agencies.
- Studies the health of local bodies of water, including the Chesapeake Bay, and has knowledge of some Superfund sites.
- Work crosses the fields of environmental chemistry, water and sediment toxicology, quantum chemistry, applied mathematics and computational environmental chemistry.
Edward C. Davis Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Professor, Center for Biomechanical Engineering Research
Engineer joins 'High Cited Researcher' list
UD receives grant to investigate munitions constituents in soils
Environmental engineering professor's work incorporated into EPA criteria and applied to Gulf oil spill