ESPP alumnus Ellis Adams receives NSF award

August 14, 2019

Dr. Ellis Adams (ESPP and Geography, Environment, and Spatial Sciences) has been awarded $399,992 from the National Science Foundation to study the "Magnitude, Variability, and Governance of Infrastructre-Mediated Flows in Urban Watersheds." 

"Our novel project represents an important path-breaking, multi-disciplinary approach to understanding the complexities of interbasin water transfers in urban environments and the role and implications for transboundary water governance," wrote Dr. Adams.

Dr. Adams is Assistant Professor of the Global Studies Institute and the Department of Geosciences at Georgia State University.

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