The Division of Environmental and Ecological Engineering (EEE) at Purdue University addresses environmental issues, with a focus on ecological interactions and resilient designs that take into account complexity and connectivity between systems. Students learn about conventional waste emission control and treatment and systems engineering techniques.
This series contains publications from the Division of Environmental and Ecological Engineering at Purdue University.
Submissions from 2020
Asymmetrical Response of California Electricity Demand to Summer-Time Temperature Variation, Rohini Kumar, Benjamin A. Rachunok, Debora Maia-Silva, and Roshanak Nateghi
The Critical Role of Humidity in Modeling Summer Electricity Demand Across the United States, Debora Maia-Silva, Rohini Kumar, and Roshanak Nateghi
Submissions from 2018
Predicting Urban Reservoir Levels Using Statistical Learning Techniques, Renee Obringer and Roshanak Nateghi
Submissions from 2017
A multi-paradigm framework to assess the impacts of climate change on end-use energy demand, Roshanak Nateghi and Sayanti Mukherjee
Submissions from 2016
Spatial variations of the methanogenic communities in the sediments of tropical mangroves, Hongmei Jing, Shunyan Cheung, Zhi Zhou, Chen Wu, Sanjay Nagarajan, and Hongbin Liu