Biography

Dr. Eve Walters is an Associate Professor of Instruction in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Temple University. Her recent research has dealt with evaluating the impacts of combined sewer overflows on river water quality, as well as the role that particulate matter plays in the fate and transport of microbial pollution. She is additionally interested in biofilms found both in engineered and natural systems and the utilization of tools such as confocal laser scanning microscopy (CLSM) and microelectrodes to investigate these ubiquitous coatings.

Research Interests

  • Impacts of Combined Sewer Overflows on River Water Quality
  • the Role that Particulate Matter Plays in the Fate and Transport of Microbial Pollutio
  • Biofilms Found in Engineered and Natural Systems
  • Utilization of Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy (CLSM) & Microelectrodes to Investigate these Ubiquitous Coatings

Courses Taught

Number

Name

Level

CEE 2712

Introduction to Environmental Engineering

Undergraduate

CEE 3711

Environmental Engineering

Undergraduate

CEE 4531

Life Cycle Assessment and Carbon Footprinting

Undergraduate

CEE 4623

Contaminant Dynamics in Urban Streams

Undergraduate

CEE 4725

Environmental Systems Design

Undergraduate

CEE 5623

Near-Surface Environmental Systems

Graduate

CEE 5623

Contaminant Dynamics in Urban Streams

Graduate

CEE 5623

Contaminant Transport in Urban Streams

Graduate

ENGR 1101

Introduction to Engineering & Engineering Technology

Undergraduate

ENGR 1901

Honors Introduction to Engineering

Undergraduate

ENVT 0845

The Environment

Undergraduate

ENVT 0945

Honors: The Environment

Undergraduate

Selected Publications

  • Beganskas, S., Ryan, R.J., Walters, E., Soro, M., Cushman, E., & Toran, L. (2021). Coupling PCSWMM and WASP to Evaluate Green Stormwater Infrastructure Impacts to Storm Sediment Loads in an Urban Watershed. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 57(1), pp. 134-153. doi: 10.1111/1752-1688.12896

  • Qian, J., Walters, E., Rutschmann, P., Wagner, M., & Horn, H. (2016). Modelling the influence of total suspended solids on E. coli removal in river water. Water Sci Technol, 73(6), pp. 1320-1332. England. doi: 10.2166/wst.2015.605

  • Walters, E., Rutschmann, P., Schwarzwälder, K., Müller, E., & Horn, H. (2015). Fate of Fecal Indicator Bacteria from Combined Sewer Overflows in Rivers. GWF, Wasser - Abwasser, 156(1), pp. 62-70.

  • Walters, E., Kätzl, K., Schwarzwälder, K., Rutschmann, P., Müller, E., & Horn, H. (2014). Persistence of fecal indicator bacteria in sediment of an oligotrophic river: comparing large and lab-scale flume systems. Water Res, 61, pp. 276-287. England. doi: 10.1016/j.watres.2014.05.007

  • Walters, E., Graml, M., Behle, C., Müller, E., & Horn, H. (2014). Influence of particle association and suspended solids on UV inactivation of fecal indicator bacteria in an urban river. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 225(1). doi: 10.1007/s11270-013-1822-8

  • Walters, E., Schwarzwälder, K., Rutschmann, P., Müller, E., & Horn, H. (2014). Influence of resuspension on the fate of fecal indicator bacteria in large-scale flumes mimicking an oligotrophic river. Water Res, 48, pp. 466-477. England. doi: 10.1016/j.watres.2013.10.002

  • Walters, E., McClellan, K., & Halden, R.U. (2010). Occurrence and loss over three years of 72 pharmaceuticals and personal care products from biosolids-soil mixtures in outdoor mesocosms. Water Res, 44(20), pp. 6011-6020. England. doi: 10.1016/j.watres.2010.07.051

  • Walters, E. & Halden, R.U. (2010). Potential implications of amending agricultural soils with biosolids. ACS Symposium Series, 1048, pp. 319-336. doi: 10.1021/bk-2010-1048.ch015

  • Walters, E., Hille, A., He, M., Ochmann, C., & Horn, H. (2009). Simultaneous nitrification/denitrification in a biofilm airlift suspension (BAS) reactor with biodegradable carrier material. Water Res, 43(18), pp. 4461-4468. England. doi: 10.1016/j.watres.2009.07.005

  • Walters, E., McClellan, K., & Halden, R.U. (2009). ENVR 200-Fate of pharmaceuticals and personal care products in agricultural soils amended with biosolids. ABSTRACTS of PAPERS of the AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 238. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/