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- B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Illinois at
- M.S. Environmental Engineering and Science, Stanford University,
- PhD, Environmental Engineering and Science, Stanford University,
- 2005-Present Professor, Environmental Resources Engineering,
Humboldt State University, California
- 2000-2005 Associate Professor, Environmental Resources
Humboldt State University, California
- 1995-'00 Assistant Professor, Environmental Resources
State University, California
- 1989-'94 Research Assistant, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering,
- 1985-'89 Engineer, Tetra Tech, Inc. Environmental Systems,
- 1984-'85 Research and Development Engineer, Austgen-Biojet, Inc.,
- 1983-'84 Research Assistant, Department of Civil Engineering,
- 1983 Engineer, Alaska Environmental Control Services, Anchorage,
Publications and Presentations
- May, C. L., B. S. Pryor, T. E. Lisle, and M. M. Lang (2009), Coupling Hydrodynamic Modeling and
Empirical Measures of Bed Mobility to Predict the Risk of Scour and Fill of Salmon Redds in a Large Regulated River,
Water Resour. Res., doi:10.1029/2007WR006498, In Press.
- Lang, M. Improvements in the Hydraulic Analysis of Retrofit Culverts. February 5, 2008.
River Restoration Northwest Annual Conference, Snohomish, Washington. Presentation.
- Lang, M, E. Cashman, L. Siegfried, W.J. Smith, and A. Dillon (2007).
Sediment Transport in Road Culverts Retrofit for Fish Passage. Eos Trans. AGU, 88(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H41A-0126.
- Lang, M. Influence of Culvert Retrofits on Culvert Hydraulic Capacity, September 6, 2007.
American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California. Presentation.
- Lang, M. 2005. California Department of Transportation (Caltrans)
District 1 Pilot Fish Passage Assessment Study: Volume 1 - Overall
Results. Federal Highway Adminstration Technical Report. FHWA/CA/EN-2005/02
- Lang, M., C. May, B. Smith, T. Lisle, and C. Castelanelli. Relationships between River Discharge and Stream Bed Scour: Implications for Redd Scour on a Large Regulated River. Accepted for the Fall 2004 AGU meeting San Francisco, California.
- Curriculum Working Group, American Fisheries Society-Bioengineering Section [Margaret Lang-Chair 2003-2004 (Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA), M. Whitman (California Department of Fish and Game), Alex Hoar-U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Hadley, MA), Chris Katopodis (Freshwater Institute, Fisheries and Oceans, Winnipeg, MB., Canada), Jim MacBroom (Milone & MacBroom, Inc., Cheshire, CT), Piotr Parasiewicz (Cornell University, Ithaca, NY), Larry Swenson (National Marine Fisheries Service, Seattle, WA), Laura Wildman (American Rivers, Glastonbury, CT), Ed Zapel (Northwest Hydraulic Consultants, Inc., Tukwila, WA)] Engineering for Restoration of Rivers and Improved Ecological Systems: Recommendations for Academic Curricula Submitted to
- Lang, M., S. Abafo, D. McKee. 2004. Fish Passage Assessment for Caltrans District 1 Stream Crossings. American Fisheries Society, Cal-Neva and Humboldt chapters annual meeting. April 22-24, 2004. Redding, California.
- Lang, M., M. Furniss, and M. Love. 2003. Techniques for Monitoring Fish Passage Projects. Salmonid Restoration Federation annual meeting. March 26-29, 2003. San Luis Obispo, California.
- Lang, M., B. Trush, and M. Love. 2002. Improving Road Crossings for Fish Passage. Project report to National Marine Fisheries Service. Contract No. 50ABNF800082
- "Monitoring Fish Passage at Culverts on Coastal Streams." Lang,
M. M., M. Love, and B. Trush. American Fisheries
Division Annual Meeting. March 30 - April 1, 2000. Ventura,
- "Incorporating Laboratory Experience and Service Learning into an
Water Quality Course." Lang, M. M. American Society for Engineering
Education National Conference. Seattle, Washington, June 28 - July
- "Model Simulations in Support of Field Scale Design and Operation
Cometabolic Degradation." Lang, M. M., Roberts, P. V., and Semprini, L.
Ground Water. Vol 35(4). p.565. July/Aug 1997
- "In situ bioremediation using a recirculation well." Lang M. M.,
L. and Roberts, P. V. (1993) Proceedings of the ASCE Hydraulics
Symposium. San Francisco, California. July 25-30, 1993.
- "Design and treatability study of in situ biorestoration of
aliphatics by methanotrophs at St. Joseph, Michigan." Semprini, L.,
P. L., Dolan, M., Lang, M., MacDonald, T., Bae, J., Kitanidis, P. In
of Hazardous Wastes. (1992) EPA/600/R-92/126. 43-50.
- "In-Situ Biotransformation of Carbon Tetrachloride Under Anoxic
Semprini, L., Hopkins, G. D., Janssen, D. B., Lang, M. M., Roberts,
P.V., and McCarty, P. L. U. S. Environmental Protection Agency
technical report, US EPA Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory. (1991)
- "Biotransformation of Carbon Tetrachloride in batch-exchanged
laboratory soil columns under anoxic conditions." Lang, M. M., Semprini, L.,
Roberts, P. V., McCarty, P. L., and Janssen, D. B.. EOS, Transactions of the
American Geophysical Union 71(43), p. 1323, 1990. Presented at the Fall 1990 AGU
Meeting, San Francisco, California.
- "MYGRT Code Version 2.0: An IBM Code for Simulating Migration of
Organic and Inorganic Chemicals in Groundwater". Summers, K. V., Gherini, S.
A., Lang, M. M., Ungs, M. J., and Wilkinson, K. J. Electric Power Research
Institute technical report. (1989) EPRI EN-6531.
- "Future Effects of Long Term Sulfur Deposition on Surface Water
Chemistry. Church, M. R. et al. (1989) US EPA. Office of Research and Development,
Corvallis, Oregon. Technical Report Nos. (1989) EPA/600/3-89/061a,
061b, 061c, 061d.