Jordan L Wilson

My research interests are in the use of trees to characterize subsurface contamination, measuring the subsurface sampling volume associated with trees, and using trees as indicators of vapor-intrusion risk. My other interests are in chemical fate and transport, Python programming, development of mobile phone applications,  application of microbial source tracking, and groundwater modeling.


Research Hydrologist, 2013 - Present
Adjunct Faculty, Missouri State University, Department of Geography, Geosciences and Planning, 2020-Present
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Missouri University of Science and Technology, Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering, 2019 -Present
Student Hydrologist, 2011 - 2013


PhD, Missouri Univeristy of Science and Technology-Civil Engineering, 2017
MS, Missouri Univeristy of Science and Technology-Environmental Engineering, 2013
BS, Missouri Univeristy of Science and Technology-Environmental Engineering, 2011

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