Lizette R. Chevalier
Southern Illinois University
United States of America
Dr. Chevalier’s teaching, research and service interests are aligned with national and global issues in environmental engineering, water resources engineering, and engineering education. Specifically, her expertise is focused on the fate and transport of contaminants, groundwater hydrology, interdisciplinary research on watershed science and policy, and the advancement of engineering education
Ph.D., Michigan State University
Dhakal, K.P., Chevalier, L.R., 2015. Implementing low impact development in urban landscapes: A policy perspective. World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, EWRI/ASCE, Austin, Texas.
Swanson, T. L. and Chevalier, L.R., 2016, Factors Influencing Emerging Organic Contaminant Removal in Constructed Wetlands, Accepted: World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, EWRI/ASCE, West Palm Beach, Florida
Dhakal, K.P., Chevalier, L.R., 2016, Urban Stormwater Governance: The Need for a Paradigm Shift. Environmental Management, 10.1007/s00267-016-0667-5