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Professor Todd Walter is a Professor in the Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering. His research emphasis is on the interactions between hydrology, ecology, and biogeochemistry. He applies physical hydrology and water resources engineering to a broad range of multidisciplinary research interests and pursues questions that cross the traditional academic boundaries of hydrology and terrestrial ecology. Professor Walter’s most current research encompasses (a) linkages between hydrology and biogeochemical hotspots and (b) applications of nano-biotechnology to ecohydrological systems. Todd M. Walter received, SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching (2015) State University of NY, Outstanding Teaching Award, (sponsor: Dorothy and Fred Chau, MS'74) (2013) Cornell University, College of Engineering, USDA-CSREES Mission Integration award (with the Soil and Water Lab) (2008) USDA-CSREES, and Outstanding Teaching Award, (sponsor: Michael Tien ’72) (2007) Cornell University, College of Engineering.