Richard Warner, Ph.D.


Extension Professor
Bioenvironmental Engineering

University of Kentucky, BAE
217 C.E. Barnhart Building
Lexington, KY 40546
Phone: (859) 218-4354
Fax: (859) 257-5671




Ph.D., Environmental Systems Engineering, Clemson University, 1982.
M.S., Water Resources Engineering, Clemson University, 1972.
B.S., Water and Air Resources Engineering, University of Illinois-Chicago, 1970.

Research Focus
My three main research areas are: 1. Design, monitoring and modeling of surface water, erosion, sediment and water quality control systems for large-scale land disturbance, 2. Designing surface mines to enhance environmental protection and minimize hydrologic and water quality impacts, and 3. Flocculation systems to increase effectiveness of sediment ponds.
CAFE Publications

Curriculum Vitae