Dr. David William O'Connell
Assistant Professor, Civil Struct & Env. Eng.
Assistant Professor in Contaminant Hydrogeology and Hydrology in the Department of Civil, Structural & Environmental Engineering. My research focuses on water resources, water and wastewater treatment technologies along with studying earth systems processes governing water quality across scales from the field scale to nanoscale using multiple chemical and solid-state techniques. My expertise includes water resources, water and wastewater treatment technology, hydrogeology, hydrology and biogeochemistry with a focus on systems understanding and innovative solutions.
Publications and Further Research Outputs
Sandström, S., Futter, M.N., Kyllmar, K., Bishop, K., O'Connell, D.W., Djodjic, F , Particulate phosphorus and suspended solids losses from small agricultural catchments: links to stream and catchment characteristics., Science of the Total Environment, 2019
Catharina S. Nisbeth., Federica Tamburini., Jacob Kidmose., Søren Jessen., and David W. O'Connell , Analysis of oxygen isotopes of inorganic phosphate (δ18Op) in freshwater: A detailed method description., Hydrology and Earth Systems Science, 2019
Parsons, C.T., Rezanezhad, F., O'Connell, D.W., Van Cappellen, P., Biogeosciences, Sediment phosphorus speciation and mobility under dynamic redox conditions, 14, 2017, p3585 - 3602