Jay Lund is a Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UC Davis and director of the Center for Watershed Sciences. He is on the editorial board of several water resources publications, has been a member of the Advisory Committee for the 1998 and 2005 California Water Plan Updates, and has served as Convenor of the California Water and Environment Modeling Forum (CWEMF) and President of the Universities Council on Water Resources (UCOWR), and the Delta Independent Science Board.
His principal research interest is in the application of systems analysis, economic, and management methods to infrastructure and public works problems. Lund is also interested in integrated urban water supply planning and management, water transfers and markets and economic design and evaluation of stormwater quality management.
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