She also has interest and experience in the design of land-based disposal sites for waste materials. in Civil Engineering in 1982 from the University of Leeds and a M. She is actively involved in linking scientific information into policy decisions. De Fries was professor in the Geography Department at the University of Maryland, staff at the National Research Council with the Committee on Global Change and taught at the Indian Institute of Technology in Bombay. Gerrard's contributions to legal scholarship have been significant - he has written or edited seven books to date.Her current research focuses on experimental and theoretical modeling of problems involving subsurface non-aqueous phase liquid (NAPL) transport and remediation, colloid transport in porous media, unsaturated flows and alternative strategies for urban water and wastewater management. Culligan is the author or co-author of over 100 technical articles, including two books, three book chapters, and over 60 refereed journal and conference proceedings. Culligan has received numerous awards including the Arthur C. His 2007 edited volume, , which was awarded the "Best Law Book of the Year" by the Association of American Publishers - a distinction that he has earned twice. as a Root-Tilden Scholar at New York University School of Law and his B. from Columbia University, where both of his parents and both of his children have received degrees.In addition to his research and work at Columbia, he has also served on several editorial boards of respected publications including: Chemical Geology, Earth and Planetary Science Letters and the Journal of Geophysics Research-Solid Earth. He has acted as Managing Editor of the Review of Economic Studies and has acted on the Editorial Boards of many other journals.Currently, Professor Goldstein is editor-in-chief of Chemical Geology. In the 1970s he founded a London-based consulting firm, and in the 1980s a firm providing systems for telecommunications and data processing to the international securities business.
In 1992, Cane received the Sverdrup Gold Medal of the American Meteorological Society. His research interests include the building of numerical ocean models, equatorial dynamics, El Niño, air-sea interactions and global climate issues.Her research focuses on applying geoengineering principles to the solution of problems related to subsurface contamination and remediation. Williams Professor Nutrition, Columbia University Medical Center Dr. A particular focus is tropical deforestation and its impacts on atmospheric carbon emissions. Through CCCL, which he launched in January 2009, Gerrard helps train the next generation of leaders in climate change law.Her particular interests include multiphase transport behavior in soils and fractured rock, including nonaqueous phase liquid behavior, colloid transport and transport in unsaturated media. De Fries examines land use changes over broad scales through the lens of satellite observations. National Academy of Sciences in 2006 and the American Association for the Advancement of Science in 2008, is a fellow of the Aldo Leopold Leadership Program, and received a Mac Arthur Foundation “genius” award in 2007. With the aim of influencing key decision makers, bringing the latest scientific knowledge into the regulatory system, and developing innovative legal tools to combat climate change and promote sustainable development practices, CCCL is collaborating closely with the Earth Institute and the United Nations.In addition to his teaching, Professor Goldstein is also the lead principal investigator of the Isotope Geochemistry Lab at Lamont Doherty Earth Science Observatory. Graziano's research interests include treatment of childhood lead poisoning, environmental lead exposure, pregnancy outcome and infant development, metal metabolism and neurodegenerative diseases, including genetic and environmentally induced alterations in essential mineral metabolism within neurodegenerative diseases.
Current projects range from studies of magmatic processes to chemical oceanography, from the history of the early Earth to recent climate changes. His publications include "Independent effects of lead exposure and iron deficiency anemia on developmental outcome at age 2 years," Director, Center on Globalization and Sustainable Development Paul Garrett Professor of Public Policy and Business Responsibility, School of Business Geoffrey Heal is the Garrett Professor of Public Policy and Corporate Responsibility, Professor of Economics and Finance at Columbia University's Graduate School of Business, and the Director of the Earth Institute's Center for Economy, Environment, and Society.Smith Award for Undergraduate Service (1999) and the National Science Foundation CAREER Award (1999). Legal Media Group, a London-based legal publisher, recently ranked Gerrard as the leading environmental lawyer in the world, based on 4,500 interviews. Chair and Professor, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences Professor Steven Goldstein is currently department chair and professor in the Earth and Environmental Science Department at Columbia.