Christopher D. Kelley

Research and Professional Interests

Chris is a PhD student in the Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering at JHU and is advised by Erica Schoenberger and William Ball. His research interests include software and hardware development for water and sanitation monitoring, multi-scale spatial estimates of water and sanitation treatment access, the use of environmental and epidemiological data in infrastructure planning, collaborative GIS, and collaborative infrastructure funding mechanisms. His work currently focuses on linking monitoring and planning methods in small-scale water treatment. Chris holds bachelor's degrees in Philosophy and Civil Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin. 

Regional Experience:

Honduras, Papua New Guinea

Themes Categories:

Water and Health

People Categories:

Student
NSF IGERT Participant

Keywords:

Water quality monitoring, Surveillance, International field applications, Turbidity, Water Treatment