James L. Martin, Mississippi State University
Prof. James L. Martin
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering 223 Walker Engineering Building, Box 9546, Mississippi State, MS 39762
Tel: +1-662-325-7194 Fax: +1-662-325-7189
James L. Martin is an environmental engineer with over 30 years experience in environmental modeling and environmental software development. His education includes undergraduate degrees in Wildlife Management and Civil Engineering, a master's degree in Biology and a Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering. Previously, he conducted studies while a Research Environmental Scientist with the U.S Environmental Protection Agency at its Large Lakes Research Station, a Research Civil Engineer with the Water Quality and Contaminant Modeling Branch with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station (WES), and while Vice President and Director of Engineering with AScI Corporation. For five years he provided contract support to the U.S. EPA Center for Exposure Assessment Modeling through model development, providing technical assistance to the EPA, state and local agencies, and through model application. He has authored/co-authored over 100 technical reports and publications, including E.P.A. guidance documents and model user documentation. He is the former Editor of the ASCE Journal of Energy Engineering, former Chair of the Executive Committee, ASCE Energy Division, and presently member of the ASCE Technical Activities Committee (TAC). He has been involved in the development of a number of hydrodynamic and water quality models in common usage. He is senior author of the textbook Hydrodynamics and Transport for Water Quality Modeling, senior editor and co-author of Energy Production and Reservoir Water Quality, and has contributed to a number of books and handbooks including the Handbook of Hydrology and Hydraulic Design Handbook. He is a Diplomate, Water Resources Engineering, American Academy of Water Resources Engineers and Fellow, American Society of Civil Engineers. He is presently the Kelly Gene Cook, Sr. Chair and Professor with the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Mississippi State University.