Center for Environmental Programs and Department of Geology
Office: Room 346, Shatzel Hall
Phone: (419) 372-9368
Office: Room 086 Overman Hall
Phone: (419) 372-4813
Education & Experience:
Ph.D., Civil Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN (2002)
M.S., Environmental Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN (1991)
B.S., Engineering Physics, Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City, Mexico (1986)
Assistant Professor, Center for Environmental Programs and Department of Geology, Bowling Green State University (2003-Present)
Teaching Associate, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Tennessee (Spring Semester 2003)
Researcher, Interdisciplinary Solutions for Environmental Sustainability, Oak Ridge, TN. (2002 – 2003)
Research Assistant, Environmental Sciences Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN. (2000 – 2002)
Teaching Assistant, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Tennessee (Fall Semester 2002 and 1996-1999)
Project Coordinator, Biwater International, Mexico City, Mexico (1993 – 1996)
Research Engineer, TNO Institute of Applied Geoscience, Delft, The Netherlands (1993)
Research Assistant, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. (1991 – 1992)
Research Engineer, Tennessee Valley Authority Engineering Laboratory, Norris, TN. (1989 – 1991)
Instructor, Department of Physics, Universidad Iberoamericana (Spring Semester 1987)
Systems Analyst/Programmer, Smith Search (executive recruiters), Mexico City, Mexico (1986 – 1989)
Specialty Areas of Interest:
Ecohydrology (catchment hydrology and biogeochemistry, hydrologic effects on biodiversity and habitat)
Watershed Analysis and Modeling
GIScience Analysis Methods, Spatial Statistics, and Visualization
Current BGSU Courses:
ENVS 402 - Environmental Impact Statement – Ugrad
ENVS 101 - Introduction to Environmental Studies – Ugrad
ENVS/GEOL 403/503 - Geographic Information Systems – Ugrad/Grad
GEOL 485/670 - Geology Colloquium – Ugrad/Grad
GEOL 680 - Ecohydrology: the hydrology of ecosystems – Grad
GEOL 616 - Applied Surface and Ground Water Modeling – Grad
Recent and Current Research or Grants:
Nonlinear responses of oak savanna biodiversity to environmental change: Recent climatic change in four areas where the Karner Blue Butterfly (Lycaeides melissa samuelis) went extinct and where it still remains to determine if there is a relationship between climate change and the extinction of this butterfly
Recent Peer Reviewed Publications and Submissions:
Gorsevski PV, Boll J, Gomezdelcampo E and Brooks E.S.. 2008. Dynamic riparian buffer widths from potential non-point source pollution areas in forested watersheds, Forest Ecology and Management, 256(4): 664-673
Gomezdelcampo, E. and J.R. Dickerson. In Press. A modified DRASTIC model for siting Confined Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs) in Williams County, Ohio, USA. Environmental Geology. DOI 10.1007/s00254-007-1133-8.
Murphy, R.P., E. Gomezdelcampo, and J.E. Evans. Using pre-existing channel substrates to determine the effectiveness of best management practices, Sandusky River,Ohio. Journal of Great Lakes Research, Vol. 33, Special Issue 2, 167-181, 2007.
Gomezdelcampo, E. Using student-managed projects to enhance the capstone experience. Journal of Geoscience Education, Vol. 54, No. 5, 572-577, November 2006.
Manuscripts in Preparation or Submission
Gomezdelcampo, E. and Blocker, J.E. Modeling nutrient transport from agricultural fields fertilized with sewage sludge, Maumee River, Ohio. Submitted to Journal of the American Water Resources Association.
Gomezdelcampo, E., M.A. Huston, and G.D. Reed. (In preparation). Simulating temporal changes in grassland productivity with a modified biogeochemical model.
Gomezdelcampo, E., M.A. Huston, and G.D. Reed. (In preparation). Linkage of Topmodel to a modified biogeochemical model to investigate the distribution of vegetation on a watershed.