A selection of scholarship from Department of Civil Engineering faculty members of the School of Engineering and Computer Science at University of the Pacific.

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Submissions from 2016

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Pairing high-frequency data with a link-node model to manage dissolved oxygen impairment in a dredged estuary., Mary K. Camarillo, Gregory Weissmann, Shelly Gulati, Joel Herr, Scott Sheeder, and William T. Stringfellow

Submissions from 2014

Application of an Estuary Model to Quantify Factors Contributing to Low Dissolved Oxygen Conditions in the San Joaquin River Deep Water Ship Channel, Mary K. Camarillo, Joel Herr, Scott Sheeder, Gregory Weissmann, Shelly Gulati, and William T. Stringfellow

Computer Modeling to Promote Stakeholder Involvement and Informed Decision-Making in a TMDL Program, Mary K. Camarillo, William T. Stringfellow, Joel Herr, Scott Sheeder, Shelly Gulati, and Gregory Weissmann

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Use of a onedimensional link-node model to develop total maximum daily load strategies for the San Joaquin River Estuary, Mary K. Camarillo, William T. Stringfellow, Joel Herr, Scott Sheeder, Gregory Weissmann, Shelly Gulati, and Ashley Stubblefield

Mass Balance Analysis for Salts, Nutrients, and Oxygen-Demanding Substances in the San Joaquin River, Shelly Gulati, Ashley Stubblefield, Jeremy S. Hanlon, C. L. Spier, Mary K. Camarillo, and William T. Stringfellow

Submissions from 2013

Investigation of Oxygen Consuming Materials Effecting a Dissolved Oxygen TMDL in the San Joaquin River’s Deepwater Ship Channel near Stockton, CA, William T. Stringfellow, Shelly Gulati, Joel Herr, Jeremy S. Hanlon, C. L. Spier, Ashley Stubblefield, Michael Jue, Gregory Weissmann, Scott Sheeder, E. Garcia, and Mary K. Camarillo

Submissions from 2007

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Homework habits – if it is broken, fix it, Jeffrey S. Burmeister, Camilla Saviz, and Abel Fernandez

Submissions from 2006

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Homework as an outcome assessment: relationships between homework and test performance, Abel Fernandez, Camilla Saviz, and Jeffrey S. Burmeister

Submissions from 2005

Dynamic statics: lights, camera, action!, Jeffrey S. Burmeister, Abel Fernandez, and K. Ausben

Submissions from 2004

Dynamic statics: preliminary cooperative learning findings, Jeffrey S. Burmeister and Abel Fernandez