James L. Martin
Professor
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Mississippi State University

PhD in Civil/Environmental Engineering
Texas A & M University
College Station, Texas, 1984

Web: www.civil.msstate.edu

Email: jmartin@cee.msstate.edu
Phone: 662-325-7194

Research Interests
Environmental Modeling and Environmental Software Development

Current Research Projects
Developing and applying water quality models of conventional and toxic pollutants in surface water systems, including rivers, lakes and reservoirs, and estuaries.

Most Current Publications:
J. L. Martin, J. Edinger, J. A. Gordon and J. Higgins (Editors). 2007. Energy Production and Reservoir Water Quality, American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, VA.

  • James L. Martin, Craig Hesterlee and Jeffery A. Ballweber. 2007. Chapter 2: Energy Production, Reservoir and River Water Quality: Regulatory Framework, IN: Edinger, J., J. L. Martin, J. A. Gordon and J. Higgins (Editors). Energy Production and Reservoir Water Quality, American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, VA.
  • Scott Wells, J. Russell Manson and James L. Martin. 2007. Chapter 4: Energy Production, Reservoir and River Water Quality: Numerical Hydrodynamic and Transport Models for Reservoirs, IN: Edinger, J., J. L. Martin, J. A. Gordon and J. Higgins (Editors). Energy Production and Reservoir Water Quality, American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, VA.
  • John Eric Edinger, James Martin, and Gregory Pelletier. 2007. Chapter 5: Energy Production, Reservoir and River Water Quality: Water Quality Modeling Theory, IN: Edinger, J., J. L. Martin, J. A. Gordon and J. Higgins (Editors). Energy Production and Reservoir Water Quality, American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, VA.
  • Edward Buchak, Jerad Bales and James Martin. 2007. Chapter 6: Energy Production, Reservoir and River Water Quality: Modeling Systems and their Application, IN: Edinger, J., J. L. Martin, J. A. Gordon and J. Higgins (Editors). Energy Production and Reservoir Water Quality, American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, VA.

Martin, J.L. Linear Superposition in TMDL Applications: The Steady-State Response Matrix Revisited, Journal of American Water Resources Association 43(5), pp. 1270-1279, 2007.

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