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  Andrew Englande   

Andrew Englande, Jr, PhD
Professor
Department of Global Environmental Health Sciences
Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
1440 Canal Street, Suite 2133
New Orleans, LA 70112
Phone: (504) 988-2765
Fax: (504) 988-1726
aenglan@tulane.edu

 




Research Interests:

Industrial waste management; wastewater and water treatment; bioremediation

 

Professional Achievements:

  • Delta Omega National Public Health Honor Society
  • Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society of North America
  • New York Academy of Science
  • American Water Works Association
  • Water Environment Federation
  • International Water Association
  • Louisiana Engineering Society
  • American Association of University Professors
  • Fulbright Association (life member)

Educational Background:

  • PhD, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee
  • MS, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
  • BS, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana

Selected Publications: 

 

Jin,G.,  Englande, Jr.,A.J., and  Liu,A. (2003) A Preliminary Study on Coastal Water Quality Monitoring and Modeling. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Vol.A38, No.3, 493-509.

Jin,G.,  Englande, Jr., A.J. and  Qiu, Y.L. (2003) A Integrated Treatability Protocal for /Bioremediation of Toxic Pollutants Generated by Chemical Industries. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Vol.A38, No.4, 597-607.

Englande, Jr., A.J., Guarino, C.F. and Liu, A. (2003) Chemical/Petrochemical Waste Management-Status/Priorities/Future Direction.  In Critical Technologies to the World in 21st Century, Water Intelligence Online, London, U.K. October issue.

Jin, G.,  Englande, A. J., and Bradford, H, and Jeng, H. 2004 Comparison of E. coli, Enterococci, and Fecal Coliform as Indicators for Brackish Recreational Water Quality Assessment. Water Environmental and Research, Vol. 76, No.4, 245-255.

Jeng, H, Sinclair R. G.,  A. J. Englande  2003.  Survival of Enterococci Faecalis in Estuarine Sediment. International Journal of Environmental Studies.

Jeng, H., Bradford, H., and Englande, A.J. 2002.  Transport of Stormwater Microbial Indicators in Receiving Brackish Waters. Proceeding of 2nd International Conference Maine Waste Water Discharges 2002 Symposium 9: 6-12.

Jeng, H., Englande, A.J., Bakeer, R., Bradford H. 2005.  Fecal coliform, E. coli and Enterococci Determine Stormwater Impact on Sediment Quality.  Journal of Environmental Quality.

Jeng H., Englande, A.J., and J. Bradford 2005. Impact of Urban Stormwater Runoff on Estuarine Environmental Quality.  Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, 63, 513-526.

Jeng, H., Englande, A.J., Bakeer,R. and Bradford, H.  2005, Indicator Organisms Associated with Stormwater Suspended Particles and Estuarine Sediment, Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A , A40(4):779-791.

Jeng, H., Sinclar, R., Englande, A.J., 2005. Survival of Enterococci Faecalis in Estuarine Sediment.  International Journal of Environmental Studies 62 (3): 283-291

Liu, A., Ankumah, R., Englande, A.J., Biosolids Land Application- An Important Concern and Challenge for Environmental Research. Proceedings of 1st. International Conference on Pollution Control and Resource Reuse, Shanghai, China, October 18-21, 2005.

Jin, G., and Englande, A. J. Jr. (2006) "Prediction of Swimmability in a Brackish Water Body", Environmental Quality – an International Journal, 17 (2): 197-208.

Englande, A. J. Jr. and Jin, G. (2006) "Application of Biotechnology in Waste Management for Sustainable Development" Management of Environmental Quality – an International Journal, 17 (4): 467-477.

Englande , A.J., Eckenfelder, W.W., and Jin, G., 2006. "Variability Control- Key to Regulatory Compliance and Sustainability Goals".  Water Science and Technology, Elsevier Science Ltd., Oxford, UK , 53(11): 1-9.

Englande, A.J. Jr., Sinclair, R., Lo, P. (2007) "Water Quality and Public Health- Case Studies of Hurricane Katrina and the December 2004 Tsunami in Thailand" in Cities for the Future, eds. V. Novotny and P.R. Brown, IWA Publishing, London,pp. 52-71.

S.K. Mack, J.W. Day, A.J. Englande, R.S. Reimers, and G.C. Austin. (2007).  "A Regional Initiative of S&WB and SBPG to Use Municipal Effluent for Wetland Restoration and Storm Protection." CNREP 2007 2nd National Forum on Socioeconomic Research in Coastal Systems, New Orleans, LA., CD-Rom.

S.K. Mack, J.W. Day, A.J. Englande, R.S. Reimers, and G.C. Austin. (2008).  "Wetland Assimilation: Climate Change Adaptation and Restoration in the Mississippi Delta." WEF Specialty Conference Sustainability 2008 – Green Practices for the Water Environment, National Harbor, MD. pp 830-859..

S.K. Mack, J.W. Day, A.J. Englande, and R.S. Reimers. (2008). "Wastewater Infrastructure, Wetlands, and the Recovery of Hurricane Katrina."  EWA, WEF, & JWA 3rd Joint Specialty Conference "Sustainable Water Management in Response to 21st Century Pressures, Munich, Germany.  CD-ROM.

Skaggs, B.K., Reimers, R.S., Englande, A.J., Srisawat, P. and Austin, G.C., (2008)., "Evaluation of the Green Oxidant Ferrate for Wastewater Reuse for Wetland Restoration," WEF Specialty Conference Sustainability 2008 – Green Practices for the Water Environment, National Harbor, MD. pp. 442-464.

Jirapongsuwan, A., Reimers, R.S. and Englande, A.J., (2009). "A Way of the Future Usage of Biotechnology to enchande the Production of Value-Added Products," a Chapter from WEF Publication Book entitled, Value-Added Products from Municipal, Agricultural and Industrial Residual Wastes ,  Alexandria, Virginia (In Press)

Englande, A.J. (2008) 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. 2008.

Jin, G. and Englande, Jr., (2009) "A Field Study on Cost Effectiveness of Five Erosion Control Measures", Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal, vol. 20, issue 2.

Eckenfelder, W.W., Ford, Davis, L., Englande, A.J., Jr. (2009) Industrial Water Pollution Control, 4th. Edition, McGraw-Hill, Boston, MA.

Eckenfelder, W., Englande, Jr., Xu, Y., "Treatability and Scale-up for Regulatory Compliance", Water Science & Technology, Elsevier Science, Ltd., UK (in press).

Novotny, V., Wang, X., Englande, Jr.,A., Bedoya, D., Promakasikorn, L. and Tirado, R., Comparative Assessment of Pollution by the Use of Industrial Agricultural Fertilizers in Four Rapidly Developing Asian Countries," Springer Publishing, the Netherlands (in press).

Jin,G., Englande,Jr., A., Hu, C., (2010) "Metals Evaluation in Coastal Wetlands Receiving Treated Wastewater", Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal, 21.3

Englande, Jr., 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).  

 

Personal Statement:

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. His research/lecturing experiences include: Mexico, Thailand, Australia, China, Taiwan, France, Malaysia, Brazil, Colombia and other areas of the world.

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.


Level of Instruction:

graduate


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