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Margaret Gitau
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Margaret Gitau’s research focuses on water resources and ecohydrologic engineering including: hydrologic and water quality modeling; fate and transport of critical contaminants including sediment, nutrients, and pathogens; understanding of the associated ecological responses; trends and impacts of land use, land management and climate on water resources; sustainable water resources management; and, the development of computer and internet-based applications.

She serves as Associate Editor for the Transactions of the ASABE, Applied Engineering in Agriculture, and the Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. She also serves as a reviewer for various internationally recognized journals and is currently serving on the Program Committee of ASABE’s Global Initiative Conference.

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