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Dan Obenour

May 27, 2022

Ph.D. student wins paper competition at AWRA Geospatial Water Technology Conference

Ph.D. student Kimia Karimi, advised by CCEE’s Dr. Dan Obenour, won first place in the 2022 American Water Resources Association (AWRA) Geospatial Water Technology Conference Paper Competition in early May for… 

Apr 12, 2022

NC State hosts grand opening of Plant Sciences Building, home to new NSF Center focused on phosphorus sustainability

NC State University officially opened its new Plant Sciences Building on Centennial Campus on April 12 with a special program featuring guest speakers, ribbon-cutting, tours and a reception. The building will… 

Mar 12, 2021

21st Annual EWC Symposium provides connection and camaraderie

The 2021 Environmental, Water Resources, and Coastal Engineering (EWC) Virtual Symposium was held on February 26th.  The popular annual event has several goals: to showcase the recent research by students… 

Mar 1, 2021

CCEE Researchers create tools to protect our water quality

With support from the NC Policy Collaboratory and Water Resources Research Institute, a team of CCEE researchers is involved in a multi-year study to help clean up the Falls and… 

Jun 18, 2019

Researchers Forecast Healthier Neuse River Oxygen Levels

Shared with permission from NC Sea Grant. Written by Dave Shaw. Scientists at North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are forecasting higher levels… 

Jul 11, 2018

Computer model used to predict health of the Neuse River Estuary

Dr. Dan Obenour, working with a team of researchers, has created an experimental model which forecasts severe hypoxia (low dissolved oxygen levels) in the Neuse River Estuary this summer.  While…