Science Building, Room E212
- CSO discharge impacts on wetlands hydrology, sediments and water quality.
- Environmental impacts, Marcellus shale gas hydrofracking and New York City water supply.
- Temperature sensing to track tidal exchanges in wetland systems (coming).
My teaching interests are natural resources and environment, surface and groundwater hydrology, shallow subsurface geophysics, and field methods in environmental sciences.
Courses taughtUndergraduate Classes
- GEOL025 Natural Resources and the Environment
- GEOL347 Introductory Hydrology
- GEOL383 Groundwater Hydrology
- GEOL 745 Hydrology
- GEOL 746 Groundwater Hydrology
- GEOL 761 Field Methods in Hydrology
- GEOL 762 Shallow Subsurface Geophysics
Eaton, T.T. and C. Yi. 2008. Hydroperiod and hydraulic loading for treatment potential in urban tidal wetlands. Hydrology and Earth System Science Discussions*, 6: 1-37
Eaton, T.T., C. Cranganu, and F. Nitsche. 2007. Resistivity profiling and GPR for characterization of urban fill and buried infrastructure. GSA Abstracts w/Programs, Vol.39, No.6
Eaton, T.T. 2007. Analytical estimates of hydraulic parameters for an urbanized estuary – Flushing Bay. Journal of Hydrology,347(1-2): 188-196, doi 10.1016/j.jhydrol.200709/018
Eaton, T.T., M.P. Anderson, and K.R. Bradbury. 2007. Fracture control of ground water flow and water chemistry in a rock aquitard. Ground Water 45, 601-615
Eaton, T.T. 2006. Hydrogeology – principles and practice. Invited book review. Ground Water 44(3): 326. doi: 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2006.00214.x
Cherry, J.A., B.L. Parker, K.R. Bradbury, T.T. Eaton, M.B. Gotkowitz, D.J. Hart, and M.A. Borchardt. 2006. Contaminant Transport Through Aquitards: A State of the Science Review, American Water Works Association Research Foundation Report 91133a, 126 p.
Bradbury K.R., M.B. Gotkowitz, D.J. Hart, T.T. Eaton, J.A. Cherry, B.L. Parker, M.A. Borchardt. 2006. Contaminant Transport Through Aquitards: Technical Guidance for Aquitard Assessment,American Water Works Association Research Foundation Report 91133b, 144 p.
Eaton, T.T. 2006. On the importance of geological heterogeneity for flow simulation. Sedimentary Geology 184(3-4): 187-201
Eaton, T.T. 2006. Heterogeneity in sedimentary aquifers: challenges for characterization and for flow modeling. Sedimentary Geology 184(3-4): 183-186
Eaton, T.T. and K.R. Bradbury. 2003. Hydraulic transience and the role of bedding fractures in a bedrock aquitard, southeastern Wisconsin, USA, Geophysical Research Letters 30(18). doi:10.1029/2003GL017913