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Bill Fish
Bill Fish

Associate Professor

 

Dr. Fish teaches Environmental Engineering, Unit Operations in Environmental Engineering, and a variety of elective courses including Transport and Fate of Toxics in the Environment, Water Quality Problem Solving, and Environmental Cleanup and Restoration. Dr. Fish's research centers on the transformation and transport of heavy metals and other contaminants in soil, surface water, sediment, and groundwater systems. He has a particular interest in the linkages of chemistry and biology to transport processes and contaminant cleanup strategies. Dr. Fish teaches Unit Operations in Environmental Engineering and a variety of elective courses including Transport and Fate of Toxics in the Environment, Water Quality Problem Solving, and Environmental Cleanup and Restoration.

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