Kim Bourne

Kim uses statistical and mechanistic models to predict the way contaminants move through surface waters and overall water quality. Using these models, she wants to explore new ways of regulating the environment that will be beneficial to industry, ecosystems, and the public. Her current project involves looking at how changing the scope of what the EPA can regulate under the Clean Water Act will affect the quality and economic value of river systems. An additional interest of hers is to look at how effective land management and other policies can affect water availability. 

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