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Keith D. Stolzenbach, Ph.D., P.E.     

5732J Boelter Hall
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
University of California
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1593
Phone: (310) 206-7624      Fax: (310) 206-2222
B.S., (1966) , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
M.S., (1968) , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Ph.D., (1971), Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 Selected Awards and Honors
American Society of Civil Engineers - Stevens Award, 1973
American Society of Civil Engineers - Huber Research Award, 1979
Effective Teaching Award - Dept. of Civil Engineering, M.I.T., 1979, 1988
Graduate Student Council Teaching Awards, M.I.T., 1980
UCLA ASCE Student Chapter Outstanding Professor Award, 1996, 1998
UCLA Academic Senate Distinguished Teaching Award, 2005
 Research Interests
  My research investigates how water movement in natural water bodies affects the fate and transport of pollutants and natural substances. I am particularly interested in the interaction between fluid motion and chemical and biological processes.

My current research is focused on coastal water quality issues. Shipboard, satellite, and fixed mooring measurements in the Southern California Bight and Santa Monica Bay are integrated with high-resolution three-dimensional numerical model simulations to better understand coastal circulation patterns and the dynamics of coastal plankton populations. Fundamental studies of fine particle behavior in porous aggregates and deposited sediments contribute to the understanding of the fate of particle-associated contaminants. Measurements and modeling of atmospheric deposition quantifies the effect of this non-point source on urban runoff water quality.
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