Paul P. Mathisen

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Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA, United States 
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Environmental Engineering, Environmental Sciences
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Kirshen P, Caputo L, Vogel RM, et al. (2015) Adapting urban infrastructure to climate change: A drainage case study Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 141
Ozdilek HG, Mathisen PP, Pellegrino D. (2007) Distribution of heavy metals in vegetation surrounding the Blackstone River, USA: considerations regarding sediment contamination and long term metals transport in freshwater riverine ecosystems. Journal of Environmental Biology / Academy of Environmental Biology, India. 28: 493-502
Mathisen PP. (2007) Introducing field experiences into the undergraduate curriculum Restoring Our Natural Habitat - Proceedings of the 2007 World Environmental and Water Resources Congress
Mathisen PP, Pellegrino DJ, Wen H. (2007) Considerations regarding nutrient pathways and loads into surface-water resulting from subsurface discharges of wastewater effluent Restoring Our Natural Habitat - Proceedings of the 2007 World Environmental and Water Resources Congress
Özdilek HG, Mathisen PP. (2007) Streamflow-metal relationship in a highly urbanized river basin: The blackstone River, Massachusetts, USA Asian Journal of Chemistry. 19: 810-812
Godfrey ME, Mathisen PP. (2005) Mixing and transport Water Environment Research. 77: 2299-2382
Mallick RB, Mathisen PP, FitzPatrick MS. (2002) Opening the window of sustainable development to future civil engineers Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice. 128: 212-216
Potts JR, Pierson SW, Mathisen PP, et al. (2001) Wind energy resource assessment of western and central Massachusetts 20th 2001 Asme Wind Energy Symposium
Mathisen PP, Madsen OS. (1999) Waves and currents over a fixed rippled bed 3. Bottom and apparent roughness for spectral waves and currents Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans. 104: 18447-18461
Roberge JA, Mathisen PP. (1999) Sensitivity analyses to assess the use of CFD to predict the occurrence of vortices near pump intakes Proceedings of the 1999 3rd Asme/Jsme Joint Fluids Engineering Conference, Fedsm'99, San Francisco, California, Usa, 18-23 July 1999 (Cd-Rom). 1
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