OCCRI Researchers

Title: Professor
Name: Michael Campana
Institution: Oregon State University
Department: Geosciences – Hydrogeology

Research Theme: Effects of climate change on water resources; transboundary ground water resources; water resources management; water resources in developing regions, especially Central America, the South Caucasus, and Central Asia ; regional hydrogeology; dynamic simulation modeling in water resources.

Research Fields:

Outreach and Engagement
Water Policy and Planning

Professional Activities:

Board of Directors, American Water Resources Association, 2008-2010

Chair, American Water Resources Association Annual Conference, Albuquerque, November 2007

Organizing Committee, Collaborative Governance in the West: Prospects, Problems, and Theory, Corvallis, OR, October 2007

Coordinating Committee for Collaborative Research and Management Partnership for Great Basin Sustainability, 2007-present

Co-Chair, Program Committee, First Intl. Conference on Non-Renewable Ground Water, Portland, OR, October 2008

Selected Publications:

Campana, Michael E., Berrin Basak Vener, Nodar P. Kekelidze, Bahruz Suleymanov, and Armen Saghatelyan, in press. Science for peace: monitoring water quality and quantity in the Kura-Araks Basin of the South Caucasus. In J. Moerlins (ed.), Proceedings, NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Almaty, Kazakhstan. Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

Klise, Geoffrey T., Alyssa M. Neir, and Michael E. Campana, in press. Hydrovulnerability of West Asia. In A.T. Wolf, and M. Macomber (eds.), Hydropolitical Vulnerability and Resilience along International Waters: Asia. Nairobi, Kenya: United Nations Environment Programme.

Neir, Alyssa M. and Michael E. Campana, 2007. The peaceful resolution of US-Mexico transboundary water disputes. Economics for Peace and Security Journal 2(2): 35-41 [www.epsjournal.org.uk]

Faulkner, B.R. and M.E. Campana, 2007. Compartmental model of nitrate retention in streams. Water Resources Research W02406 [doi: 10.1029/2006WR004920,2007]

Campana, M.E., 2007. A primer on groundwater management. In L. Holliday, L. Marin, and H. Vaux (eds.), Sustainable Management of Groundwater in Mexico: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, pp. 26-35.