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E&EM Students and Faculty Produce Six Papers in the Spring 2006 Semester    

The following papers were published by professors and graduate students during the spring 2006 semester. To see copies of the papers, just click on the citations below:  

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“H 2Power: Development of a Methodology to Calculate Life Cycle Costing of Small and Medium-Scale Hydrogen Systems.” Accepted for publication in the Energy Policy Journal on April 24, 2006. Authors: E&EM doctoral student and Fulbright Scholar Laura E, Verduzco with Professors Michael Duffey and Jonathan Deason.

 

“ Structuring Objectives to Facilitate Convergence of Divergent Opinion in Hydrogen Production Decisions.” Published in the on-line version of the Energy Policy Journal on January 24, 2006 and currently awaiting publication in the print edition. Authors: E&EM doctoral alumna Elvin Yuzugullu and E&EM Professor Jonathan Deason.

 

“Restoring Degraded Urban Rivers: To Whom Should We Look for Payment?” Published in the Federal Facilities Environmental Journal, Volume 17, number 1 (Spring 2006), pp. 79-95. Authors: E&EM Professor Jonathan Deason; John Burns, former Chief of the Planning Management Branch, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; and Dr. Edward Dickey, Affiliate Professor of Economics, Loyola College in Maryland

 

“An Integrated Framework for Urban River Restoration Decision Making.” Presented at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Conference on Collaboration for Integrated Water Resources Management in San Francisco, California on May 10, 2006. Authors: Dr. Leonard Shabman, Professor Emeritus, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, E&EM Professor Jonathan Deason, Dr. Edward Dickey, Affiliate Professor of Economics, Loyola College in Maryland, and Jason C. Kinnell, Economist, Triangle Economic Research.

 

“The Use of Imagery in Environmental Disaster Preparedness and Response.” Published in the Federal Facilities Environmental Journal, Volume 16, number 4 (Winter 2006), pp. 65-72. Authors: E&EM doctoral student Susan Hall, Mark Carolla and E&EM Professor Jonathan Deason.


Jonathan P. Deason, Ph.D., Lead Professor


The George Washington University
Engineering Management & Systems Engineering Department (EMSE)
Environmental & Energy Management Program (E&EM)
Spring 2006 (Volume 7, Number 1)





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