William Fleenor

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Professional Research Engineer, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering Bill Fleenor supervises the Environmental Dynamics Laboratory in Civil Engineering.

His principal research interest is quantifying interactions between fluid transport and mixing processes to better understand water quality in natural and engineered systems through field experimentation, tracer studies, detailed laboratory studies, and numerical modeling.

His work with the Watershed Center has included hydraulic modeling of North Delta flood flows, investigation of the hydrologic constraints on restoration of the McCormack-Williamson Tract, advising on installation of a remote sensing network on the Cosumnes floodplain and supervision of data collection and analysis for the study of depleted oxygen and fluvial dynamics in the Stockton Deep Water Ship Channel.

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Emeritus Senior Researcher
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Civil and Environmental Engineering