Linden, Karl

Author Description

Karl G. Linden went to Cornell University in the School of Agriculture and Life Sciences and eventually graduated with a BS in Biological and Environmental Engineering. He worked with Dr. Bill Jewell at Cornell on undergraduate research related to anerobic digestion of municipal solid waste. After spending a year traveling in Central America, He attended the University of California at Davis for his masters degree in Environmental Engineering where he worked with Jeannie Darby and George Tchobanoglous. He continued on at UC Davis for his PhD with Jeannie Darby, where he graduated in 1997. Professor Linden taught for two years at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, for nine years at Duke University in Durham, NC and joined the faculty at the University of Colorado-Boulder in 2007. He currently serves as an Associate Editor of the ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering, is an International Vice President of the International UV Association, and is an Associate Director of the Mortenson Center in Engineering for Developing Communities.

Authored Reports

Reclaimed Water Treatment - Assessing Optimal Methods to Reduce Trace Organic Compounds and Pathogens