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Op-Ed on water conservation in Texas in Houstin Chronicle May 30, 2012 [PDF]
Dr. Reible received award from AEESP
(Malcolm Pirie Frontier in research award)
Dr. Reible was named Director of CRWR
Danny Reible was named a Fellow of the
American Association of the Advancement of Science, one of
the most influential scientific organizations in the world
and publisher of the journal Science.
Danny Reible, University of Texas, Austin: For distinguished contributions to the assessment and management of environmental pollution, particularly the science and technology of contaminated sediment assessment and remediation.
volunteer award from President Bush
The President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation gives the award to Americans who contribute a significant amount of time to volunteer service. The award is designed to encourage a commitment to civic participation and to inspire others to volunteer.
Specifically, Reible was honored for his efforts in advising a project supported by the Science and Technology Center of the Ukraine on evaluating human and environmental health in the Aral Sea basin. He has previously advised projects in Russia, and the Ukraine, and led NATO projects in the Czech and Slovak Republics.
Reible researches contaminant processes in the environment, models pollution transport, and assesses and remediates contaminated sediments. He holds the Bettie Margaret Smith Chair of Environmental Health Engineering and directs the Hazardous Substance Research Center/South & Southwest, a consortium of five universities.