Samuel Sandoval Solis

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Samuel is an assistant professor and cooperative extension specialist. His expertise is in water resources planning and management.

During decision making process, Samuel is the person working between the scientists, engineers, environmentalists, system operators and decision makers; he integrates ideas into policies and quantifies benefits and drawbacks.

Samuel shares his expertise and passion for quantitative water planning with students through his course entitled Water, Science and Management (ESM-121) in which he demonstrates to student tools and methods to design sustainable water resources systems.

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Water Resources Planning and Management
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Land Air and Water Resources