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Name: Martinez, Christopher
Title: Associate Professor
Organization: Agricultural and Biological Engineering
Education: Ph.D., Environmental Engineering Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 2006
Office Address: PO Box 110570 Gainesville, FL 32611-0570
Email: chrisjm@ufl.edu
Telephone: +1 (352) 392-1864 ext: 279

Dr. Martinez is an Associate Professor in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering and is a faculty member of the Center of Landscape Conservation and Ecology at the University of Florida. Dr. Martinez received his BS in Environmental Studies from the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey and his ME and PhD degrees in Environmental Engineering Sciences from the University of Florida. His current interests include the impacts of climate variability and change on human and natural systems, statistical methods to improve hydrologic forecasts, ensemble forecasting for water resource decision making, water quality impacts of reclaimed water systems, and hydrologic and biogeochemical modeling of watersheds and wetlands.

Keywords: climate ; forecasts

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Subject AreaFocus Area
ClimateClimate variability/change
Data Analysis/ModelingMeteorology
Geography/Land UseChem. Fate & Transp. modeling
HydrologyEcological modeling
Water QualityHydrologic modeling
Water Resource ManagementSimulation modeling
Water TreatmentWatershed modeling
Land use/land cover change
Groundwater hydrology
Hyporheic zone
Surface/ground-water interactions
Surfacewater hydrology
Vadose zone
Wetlands hydrology
Nonpoint source pollution
Nutrient Management
Water quality-nutrients
Best management practices
Groundwater management
Interbasin transfers
Irrigation and Drainage
Stormwater management
Surfacewater management
Total maximum daily loads
Water resource allocation and planning
Stormwater treatment
Wastewater reuse