College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Environmental Science & Technology

ENST International Collaborations

From Ethiopia to Finland and from nutrient management to renewable energy, ENST faculty are active in 34 countries.

CENTRAL AMERICA

1. Belize
Patrick Kangas, Tropical Ecosystem Ecology
2. Costa Rica

Stephanie Lansing, Renewable Energy
3. Haiti
Stephanie Lansing, Renewable Energy
Ray Weil, Soil Science
4. Mexico

Ray Weil, Soil Science
Stephanie Lansing, Renewable Energy

ASIA

1. China
Frank Coale, Agricultural Nutrient Management
Robert Hill, Soil Science

Stephanie Lansing, Renewable Energy
Patrick Kangas, Ji Li, Algal Production
David Tilley, Environmental Accounting
Michael Kearney, Coastal Science

Richard Weismiller, Soil Science
2. Pakistan
Patricia Steinhilber, Nutrient Managment, Soil Fertility
3. India
Prabhakar Tamboli, Agriculture
4. South Korea

Adel Shirmohhammadi, Source Pollution, Water Quality Modeling
5. Taiwan

David Tilley, Environmental Accounting
6. Russian Far East, Sakhalin Island
William Bowerman, Eagle Ecology, Climate Change
7. Japan
Edward R. Landa, Environmental Accounting

AUSTRALIA

1. Australia
William Bowerman, Eagle Ecology, Climate Change

EUROPE

1. Finland
William Bowerman, Ecology, Climate Change
Stephanie YarwoodUrban Microbial Ecology
2. Germany
Andrew Baldwin, Wetland Ecology
Bruce James, Soils, Human Cultures in Historical Context
3. Great Britain
Reginal Harrell, Environmental and Bio Ethics
4. Sweden
William Bowerman, Eagle Ecology, Climate Change

Adel Shirmohhammadi, Source Pollution, Water Quality Modeling
David Tilley, Environmental Accounting
Stephanie Yarwood, Soil Microbial Ecology
5. Italy
David Tilley, Environmental Accounting
6. Austria
Bruce James, Soils, Civilization, and Environmental History
7. Hungary
Stephanie Yarwood, Urban Microbial Ecology

EUROASIA

1. Russia
Patricia Steinhilber, Soil Management, Water Quality
Robert Hill, Distance Learning

Richard Weismiller, Soil Science
2. Georgia
Gary Felton, Agricultural Engineering
Patricia Steinhilber, Nutrient Management, Soil Fertility

Richard Weismiller, Soil Science

NORTH AMERICA

1. Canada
Jennifer L. Murrow, Spatial Ecology

William Bowerman, U.S. Co-Chair, Great Lakes Science Advisory Board

AFRICA

1. Senegal
Ray Weil, Soil Science
2. Liberia
Ray Weil, Soil Science
3. Ethiopia
Ray Weil, Soil Science
4. Tanzania
Ray Weil, Soil Science
Stephanie Lansing, Renewable Energy
5. Uganda

Ray Weil, Soil Science
6. Rwanda
Ray Weil, Soil Science
7. Malawi

Ray Weil, Soil Science
8. Kenya
Ray Weil, Soil Science

William Bowerman, Vulture Ecotoxicology
Stephanie Lansing, Renewable Energy
9. South Africa

William Bowerman, Avian Ecology, Ecology of Grasslands
Stephanie Yarwood, Urban Microbial Ecology
10. Sierra Leone
Stephanie Lansing, Renewable Energy
11. Madagascar

William Bowerman, Eagle Ecology, Climate Change

SOUTH AMERICA

1. Brazil

Peter May, Ecosystem Ecology
David Tilley, Environmental Accounting

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