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Andrew (A.J.) Englande, Jr.

Position: 
Adjunct Assistant Professor
A.J. Englande, Ph.D.

A. J. Englande is a professional environmental engineer specializing in natural resource management including water quality and toxics assessment/control. Areas of research are: industrial waste management, wastewater and water treatment; bioremediation; fate of trace contaminants and pathogens in the environment. Specific research focus includes natural, low cost treatment/remediation methods and technology treatability feasibility studies of water, wastewater and hazardous waste alternatives. He has published extensively in these areas of study.

Application of technology for sustainable development in the international arena is of particular interest to Englande.

Englande is active in numerous professional organizations including the Water Environment Federation (WEF) and the International Water Association (IWA). He is currently chair of the Chemical Industries Specialist Group of the IWA.

Primary Classification: 
Degrees: 
  • B.S., Tulane University,
  • M.S., Tulane University,
  • Ph.D., Vanderbilt University
Academic Experience: 
  • Professor, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine Department of Global Health Sciences
Selected Publications: 
  • 2010, Jin,G., Englande,Jr., A., Hu, C., Metals Evaluation in Coastal Wetlands Receiving Treated Wastewater, Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal, 21.3
  • 2009, Eckenfelder, W.W., Ford, Davis, L., Englande, Jr., A.J., Industrial Water Pollution Control, 4th. Edition, McGraw-Hill, Boston, MA.
  • 2009, Jin, G. and Englande, Jr., A.,  A Field Study on Cost Effectiveness of Five Erosion Control Measures, Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal, vol. 20, issue 2.
  • 2008, Englande, Jr., A.J., Katrina and Thai Tsunami- Water Quality and Public Health Aspects Mitigation and Research Needs. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Basel, Switzerland, Dec.
  • Englande, Jr., A., Cleary, J., Reimers, R., Barbeau, D. and Srisawat, P., Fate, Treatment and Issues of Microconstitutents in Wastewater, Environmental Research and Public Health, (in press).
  • Hu, C., Jin, G., Englande, Jr.,A.Evaluation and Applicability of Water Quality and Nutrient Removal by Coastal Wetlands Receiving Treated Municipal Wastewater, Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal (in press).
Research & Teaching Specializations: 
Country Experience: 
Australia
Brazil
China
Colombia
Malaysia
Mexico
Taiwan

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