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William J Doucette

William J Doucette

Civil & Environmental Engineering


Educational Background:

B.S. Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Superior, 1978

M.S. Chemistry, University of Minnesota-Duluth, 1980

Ph.D. Water Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1985

Contact Information

Go to Office LocationOffice Location: UWRL 305

CallPhone: 797-3178
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Office Hours: MWF 2:30-3:30 P.M. or by appointment

Bill Doucette is a Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, the Utah Water Research Laboratory, and the interdisciplinary Environmental Toxicology Program. His research interests have focused on the fate and behavior of organic contaminants in the environment, with emphasis on phytoremediation, the uptake of industrial chemicals into edible plants, the measurement and prediction of physical-chemical properties using Quantitative Structure Property Relationships (QSPRs), and the environmental fate of pharmaceuticals. He teaches courses in Environmental Organic Chemistry, Aquatic Chemistry, and Hazardous Chemical Safety and is an Environmental Chemistry Editor for Journal of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.