Mark Gabriel, Ph.D.
Adjunct faculty, Environmental Engineering
Dr. Mark Gabriel is an environmental engineer with over 15 years of experience conducting natural systems research, namely, watershed hydrology and biogeochemistry. His area of expertise is applying experimental and modeling-based studies to evaluate the mobility of carbon, nitrogen, sulfur and mercury under the influence of landscape and climate changes. He has authored over thirty publications on the subject of pollutant transport and is an active reviewer of scientific journal manuscripts. Over his career, Dr. Gabriel has participated in multiple areas of environmental investigation; from socioeconomic issues concerning mercury and sulfur on the landscape to integrated modeling studies. From 2011 to 2014, Dr. Gabriel taught undergraduate level water resources at the University of Georgia and prior to that he was an instructor for environmental sampling techniques at Palm Beach State College. Currently, Dr. Gabriel is an Engineering Advisor for the International Joint Commission (US Department of State) in Washington DC. At IJC he assists in resolving water quality and quantity issues across the US-Canadian transboundary. His portfolio involves mid-western states and Canadian provinces. Prior to IJC, Dr. Gabriel was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at USEPA/ORD and he was a Lead Scientist at the South Florida Water Management District.