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Jonathan P. Deason


Environmental and Energy Management Program

School of Engineering and Applied Science

Room 131, 1776 G Street, N.W.

The George Washington University

Washington, D.C. 20052

Office: 202-994-4827

Fax: 202-994-4606

Home: 703-569-9732

E-mail: jdeason@gwu.edu

http://www.seas.gwu.edu/~jdeason



EDUCATION

  • Ph.D., Environmental Systems, Department of Systems Engineering, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, January 1984

  • M.S., Environmental Engineering, Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, May 1978

  • M.B.A., Management, School of Business Administration, Golden Gate University, San Francisco, California, May 1975

  • B.S., Engineering, U.S. Military Academy, West Point, New York, May 1970


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Professor, School of Engineering and Applied Science, The George Washington University (August 1996-present). Serve as lead professor for the Environmental and Energy Management Program. Teach graduate level courses and conduct sponsored research in environmental and energy management areas. Coordinate the educational and research activities of faculty and students engaged in multidisciplinary environmental management studies.

  • Vice President, Environmental and Educational Affairs, American Road and Transportation Builders Association (September 1994-August 1996). Managed an interdisciplinary staff providing educational, environmental and regulatory compliance services for 5,000 transportation engineering, construction, and equipment manufacturing companies.

  • Director, Office of Environmental Policy and Compliance, U.S. Department of the Interior (July 1989-September 1994). Served as chief environmental officer for the Nation's largest federal conservation agency. Managed seven divisions in Washington, D.C. and nine regional offices across the United States. (Federal grade SES-6)

  • Manager, National Irrigation Water Quality Program, U.S. Department of the Interior (March 1986-July 1989). Managed a 200-person interdisciplinary organization engaged in identifying and responding to irrigation-induced contamination problems across the United States. (Federal grade SES-4)

  • Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary for Civil Works, U.S. Department of the Army (October 1983-March 1986). Directed an initiative to reform national cost sharing and environmental policies for water resource projects constructed by the Army Corps of Engineers. (Federal grade GM-15)

  • Senior Policy Advisor, Office of Water Policy, U.S. Department of the Interior (May 1982-October 1983). Advised the Secretary of the Interior and other senior officials regarding formulation and implementation of national water resource and environmental policies. (Federal grade GM-15)

  • Chief, Water Resources Program, U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs (March 1978-May 1982). Directed construction and operations activities for 200 irrigation and hydropower projects, managing an annual budget in excess of $75 million. (Federal grade GM-13/14)

  • Civil Engineer, North Atlantic Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (June 1975-March 1978). Planned, designed and inspected construction projects throughout the Atlantic Seaboard region. (Federal grade GS-11/12)

  • Engineer Officer, U. S. Army Corps of Engineers (June 1970-June 1975). Commanded various units in Army Corps of Engineers battalions in Germany and California.


PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS

  • Fellow, American Society of Civil Engineers

  • Member, American Water Resources Association

  • Member, American Society of Engineering Management

  • Member, Sigma XI Scientific Research Society

  • Member, George Washington Chapter, Sigma Xi

  • Member, Tau Beta Pi


ELECTED OFFICES IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

  • Member, Executive Committee, Renewable Natural Resources Foundation, 1996-1999

  • Member, Board of Directors, Renewable Natural Resources Foundation, 1995-1999

  • Member, Board of Trustees, American Society of Civil Engineers Scholarship Trust, 1992-1993

  • President, National Capital Section, American Society of Civil Engineers (1990-1991) Vice President (1989-1990); Director (1986-1988); Chairman, Technical Division (1985-1986); Chairman, Water Resources Committee (1984-1985)

  • Member, Board of Directors, American Water Resources Association (1988-1991)

  • Chairman, Water Policy and Management Committee, American Water Resources Association, 1987-1988. Vice Chairman (1986-1987)

  • Chairman, Economics and Finance Committee, Water Resources Planning and Management Division, American Society of Civil Engineers, 1987-1988. Vice Chairman (1986-1987)

  • Secretary, Executive Committee, Water Resources Planning and Management Division, American Society of Civil Engineers (1984-1985)


CONFERENCE CHAIRMANSHIPS

  • Session Chairman, “Federal Greenhouse Gas Reporting and Metrics,” GreenGov conference sponsored by the U.S. Council on Environmental Quality, Washington DC, October 5, 2010.

  • Plenary Session Chairman, “The Built Environment/Infrastructure and Climate Change,” Third Annual Climate Action Conference, The George Washington University, April 23, 2009.

  • Plenary Session Chairman, “Next Generation Personal Transportation,” Greenhouse Gas Technology, Public Policy and the Law Conference, Jack Morton Auditorium, The George Washington University April 15, 2009.

  • Plenary Session Chairman, “The Role of Low Emissions Vehicles,” Greenhouse Gas Technology, Public Policy and the Law Conference, Jack Morton Auditorium, The George Washington University April 15, 2009.

  • Plenary Session Chairman, “Ethics and Socio-Environmental Responsibility.” 3rd Annual Seminar on Environmental Planning and Management, International Association for Planning and Environmental Management, São Paulo, Brazil, October 6, 2008

  • Session Co-Facilitator, “Urban Waterways and Brownfields Redevelopment Roundtable.” Brownfields 2005 Conference on Reaching New Heights in Redevelopment, Denver, Colorado, November, 2005

  • Co-Chairman, Organizing Committee, International Conference on Energy and Environment, Shanghai, China, December 10-13, 2003

  • Session Chairman, “Perspectives of the Environmental Community,” Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations, Association of Regional Councils, American Road and Transportation Builders Association and Federal Highway Administration symposium on A National Dialogue on the Federal Clean Air Act, Washington, D.C., June 27, 2002

  • Session Chairman, American Society of Civil Engineers-Institution of Civil Engineers symposium on "Global Water Crisis: Engineering the Solution," Reston, Virginia, November 16-17, 2000

  • Technical Program Chairman, American Association for Engineering Management 21st National Conference "Technical Management: Key to Enterprise Success in the 21st Century," Washington, D.C., October 5-7, 2000

  • Facilitator, Urbanization and Settlement Patterns Track, Renewable Natural Resources Foundation Congress on Human Population Growth: Impacts on the Sustainability of Renewable Natural Resources, Washington, D.C., September 16-19, 1998

  • Session Chairman, "Pollution Prevention in Natural Resources Management," Global Pollution Prevention '91, Washington, D.C., April 4, 1991

  • Chairman, Descriptive Studies and Models Group, National Science Foundation Workshop on Drought Research, Washington, D.C., May 31 - June 1, 1990

  • Session Chairman, "Reservoir System Operations," American Society of Civil Engineers Conference on Water Resources for the Future, Sacramento, California, May 23, 1989

  • Session Chairman, "Non-Point Source Pollution Control," American Society of Civil Engineers Conference on Critical Water Issues and Computer Applications, Norfolk, Virginia, June 1, 1988

  • Plenary Session Chairman, Engineering Foundation Conference on "Risk-Based Decision Making in Water Resources," Santa Barbara, California, November 6, 1985

  • Session Chairman, "Applications in Data Base Management and Data Analysis," American Society of Civil Engineers Conference on Computer Applications in Water Resources, Buffalo, New York, June 11, 1985

  • General Chairman, ASCE/AWRA National Capital Seminar on "Water Resources Initiatives in the Second Reagan Term," Washington, D.C., February 21, 1985

  • Session Co-Chairman, "Policies and Legislation as a Guide to Needs," National Conference on Water Resources Research, Washington, D.C., February 5, 1985

  • Session Chairman, "Water Supply and Surface Water Development," American Institute of Hydrology Workshop on Current and Future National Water Problems, Washington, D.C., June 1, 1984

  • General Chairman, ASCE/AWRA National Capital Seminar on "The Great Colorado River Floods of 1983," Washington, D.C., February 16, 1984

  • General Chairman, ASCE/AWRA National Capital Seminar on "The New Principles and Guidelines for Water Resources Planning," Washington, D.C., February 17, 1983


JOURNAL SERVICE

  • Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Urbenviron: Journal of the International Environmental Planning and Management Association, 2008-present

  • Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Federal Facilities Environmental Journal, 1997-2006

  • Member, Editorial Board, Environmental Engineering and Policy, 1997-2000

  • Manuscript Reviewer, Water Resources Bulletin, 1983-1994

  • Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of the Water Resources Planning and Management Division, ASCE, 1986-1990

  • Manuscript Reviewer, Large Scale Systems, 1985-1990

  • Manuscript Reviewer, Automatica, 1986-1987

  • Manuscript Reviewer, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man & Cybernetics, 1984-1987


HONORS AND AWARDS

  • Policy Research Scholar (2003-2005), George Washington Institute for Public Policy

  • Exemplary Service Award (1999), Renewable Natural Resources Foundation

  • Permanent Academic Tenure (1998), The George Washington University

  • Meritorious Executive Rank Award (1993), Office of the President of the United States

  • Engineering Achievement Award (1993), Virginia Engineering Foundation

  • Founder's Medal & Federal Engineer of the Year (1992), National Society of Professional Engineers

  • Federal Engineer of the Year (1992), U.S. Department of the Interior

  • Meritorious Service Medal (1989), Department of the Interior

  • Meritorious Service Award (1988), American Society of Civil Engineers

  • Exceptional Service Award (1985), Department of the Army

  • Special Act Award (1985), Department of the Army

  • Arthur S. Flemming Award (1984), Junior Chamber of Commerce, Washington, D.C.

  • Exceptional Service Award (1984), Department of the Army


APPOINTMENTS AND LICENSES

  • Member, International Scientific Committee of the 3d International Congress on Environmental Planning and Management (Climate Change and Environmental Planning), 2009.

  • Member, International Scientific Committee, Urbenviron International Association for Planning and Environmental Management, 2007-2008.

  • Member, National Coordinating Committee, National Environmental Assistance Summit, 2003-2004. Appointed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to help plan and organize the 2004 National Environmental Assistance Summit.

  • Member, National Technical Review Board on Implementing Performance Measurement in Environmental Streamlining, 2001–2004. Appointed on December 4, 2001 by the Administrator of the Federal Highway Administration to serve as a nationally-recognized expert on environmental assessment and permitting processes.

  • Member, Committee on the Upper Mississippi River-Illinois Waterway Navigation System, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences/National Academy of Engineering, 2000-2001. Served as an environmental expert on a committee to review the adequacy of a $50 million Corps of Engineers study of the most important commercial navigation system in the United States.

  • Member, EPA Storm Water Phase II Federal Advisory Committee, 1995-1999. Served on a 32-member advisory chartered under the Federal Advisory Committee Act to advise the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as it developed the Storm Water Phase II regulations under Section 402 of the Clean Water Act.

  • Member, National Response Team, 1989-1994. Represented the Interior Department on the federal interagency organization responsible for setting policies for the nationwide system for responding to oil spills and hazardous chemical releases.

  • Member, Catastrophic Disaster Response Group, 1989-1994. Represented the Interior Department on the federal interagency organization charged with national policy formulation and oversight of federal responses to large-scale natural disasters.

  • Chairman, Federal Agency Liaison Committee, Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology and Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate, National Research Council/National Academy of Sciences, 1990-1991. Coordinated federal agency input into an air pollution study of the Grand Canyon area.

  • Chairman, Federal Agency Liaison Committee, Water Science and Technology Board and Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics and Resources, National Research Council/National Academy of Sciences, 1985-1990. Coordinated federal agency input into a study of irrigation-induced contamination throughout the western United States.

  • Licensed Professional Engineer, Commonwealth of Virginia, 1978-present.



RESEARCH GRANTS

  • 2008-2010: “Determination of Solar Energy Transition Potential of Department of Defense Facilities and Non-Tactical Vehicles,” Institute for Solar Analysis ($30,700.00)

  • 2008-2009: “A Linear Programming Model to Support Development and Maintenance of a Solar Grand Plan Deployment Schedule,” Institute for Solar Analysis ($27,770.00)

  • 2003-2005: “Long-Term Environmental Sustainability,” National Park Service ($35,000.00)

  • 1997-2001: “Brownfields Economic Redevelopment Initiative,” U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ($237,762.00)

  • 1998-2000: “Evaluation of Dynamic Simulation as a Tool for Environmental Assessment: Application to the U.S. 17 New Bern Bypass Project, Craven County, North Carolina,” Federal Highway Administration ($49,566.00)

  • 1997-1998: “Development of Lead-Based Paint Abatement Curriculum,” Transportation Development Foundation ($6,874.00)

  • 1997-1998: “Research Support to Brownfields Planning and Design Interagency Initiative,” Institute for Water Resources, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers ($27,000.00)

  • 1997-1998: “Environmental Compliance for the Transportation Construction Industry,” American Road and Transportation Builders Association ($5,398.00)


MILITARY RESERVE CAREER

  • Chief of Staff (Reserve), U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Office of the Chief of Engineers, Washington, D.C., 1993-2000 (retired in June 2000).

  • Director, Natural Disaster Response Program, Directorate of Civil Works, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Washington, D.C., 1990-1993.

  • Environmental Planning Officer, Army Environmental Office, Washington, D.C., 1987-1990.

  • Planning Officer, Office of the Chief of Engineers, Washington, D.C., 1985-1987.

  • Deputy Director, Directorate of Facilities Engineering, 2122d U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Meade, Maryland, 1982-1985.

  • Chief, Engineering Plans and Services Division, 2122d U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Meade, Maryland, 1979-1982.

  • Chief, Engineering Resources Management Division, 2122d U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Meade, Maryland, 1975-1979.


PUBLICATIONS


Books, Technical Reports and Book Chapters


Sherk, G.W. and Deason, J.P., “Water Policy,” The Encyclopedia of Rural America, 2nd ed. Millerton, NY: Gray House Publishing (July 2008), two volumes, hardcover, 800 pages,

ISBN: 1-59237-115-9/978-1-59237-115-0.


Deason, J.P., Sherk, G.W. and Carroll, G.A., Public Policies and Private Decisions Affecting the Redevelopment of Brownfields: An Analysis of Critical Factors, Relative Weights and Areal Differentials. Report to the U.S. Environmental Projection Agency pursuant to Order No. CR 825983-01-0. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, September 2001, 209 pages.


Deason, J.P. and Ligon, D.M., Use of Dynamic Simulation and Other Computer-Aided Analytical Tools to Improve Environmental Impact Assessments. Report to the Federal Highway Administration pursuant to Order No. DTFH61-98-P-00160. Washington, D.C.: The George Washington University, February 12, 2001, 134 pages.


Deason, J.P. and Sherk, G.W., A Guide to Environmental Compliance for the Transportation Construction Industry. Washington, D.C.: Transportation Development Foundation, December 1998, 1,437 pages (CD ROM).


Deason, J.P., Report on the Brownfields Case Study Review Project. Report to the Institute for Water Resources, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, pursuant to Agreement GWUA N72402. Washington, D.C.: The George Washington University, June 1, 1998, 54 pages.


Deason, J.P. and Sherk, G.W., Lead-Based Paint in the Transportation Construction Industry. Short course curriculum. Washington, D.C.: American Road and Transportation Builders Association, January 1998, 561 pages.


Publications in Peer-Reviewed Journals


Castillo, A.S. and Deason, J.P., “Determination of Solar Energy Transition Potential of Department of Defense Facilities and Non-Tactical Vehicles, Environmental Practice (submitted August 1, 2010).


Deason, J.P., Dickey, G.E., Kinnell, J.C. and Shabman, L.A. “An Integrated Planning Framework for Urban River Rehabilitation,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management (submitted June 8, 2008, accepted January 26, 2010, published online April 8, 2010, print version pending).


Somma, D., Lobkowicz, H. and Deason, J.P. “Growing America’s Fuel: An Analysis of Corn and Cellulosic Ethanol Feasibility in the United States,” Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, Volume 12, Number 4 (2010), pp. 373-380.


Deason, J.P., Restoring Contaminated Urban Rivers Using an Intergovernmental, Public-Private Approach,” Management of Environmental Quality, Volume 20, Issue 6 (2009), pp. 649-657.


Helwig, M. and Deason, J.P., “The Energy Policy Act of 1992 and Executive Order 13149: Proposed Compliance Strategies and Process Improvements for Federal Agencies,” Energy Policy Journal, Volume 35, Number 5 (2007), pp. 2912-2924.


Verduzco, Laura E., Duffey, M.R. and Deason. J.P., “H2Power: Development of a Methodology to Calculate Life Cycle Costing of Small and Medium-Scale Hydrogen Systems,” Energy Policy Journal, Volume 35, Number 3 (2007), pp. 1808-1818.


Yuzugullu, E. and Deason, J.P, “Structuring Objectives to Facilitate Convergence of Divergent Opinion in Hydrogen Production Decisions,” Energy Policy Journal, Volume 35, Number 1 (2007), pp. 452-460.


Deason, J.P., Burns, J.B. and Dickey, G.E., “Restoring Degraded Urban Rivers: To Whom Should We Look for Payment?” Federal Facilities Environmental Journal, Volume 17, Number 1 (Spring 2006), pp. 79-95.


Hall, S.W., Carolla, M.A. and Deason, J.P., “The Use of Imagery in Environmental Disaster Preparedness and Response,” Federal Facilities Environmental Journal, Volume 16, number 4 (Winter 2006), pp. 65-72.


Deason, J.P., “Natural Resource Trustee Partnering in the Urban River Restoration Initiative,” Federal Facilities Environmental Journal, Volume 14, Number 4 (Winter 2004), pp. 45-59.


Botero, S., Chejne, F., Deason, J.P., and Romano, R.R. “Energy Efficiency Business Options for Industrial End Users in Colombia’s Competitive Energy Market,” Energy Engineering, Volume 100, Number 4 (June-July 2003), pp. 58-79.


El-Ramly, S. and Deason, J.P. “Trade and the Environment: Identifying ‘Hot Spot’ Sectors,” Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, Volume 4 (2003), pp. 264-273.


Maehr, D.S. and Deason, J.P. "Wide-Ranging Carnivores and Development Permits: Constructing a Multi-Scale Model to Evaluate Impacts on the Florida Panther," Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, Volume 3 (2002), pp. 398-406.


Deason, J.P., Schad, T.M., and Sherk, G.W. "Water Policy in the United States: A Perspective," Water Policy Journal, Volume 3, Number 3 (2001), pp. 175-192.


Ligon, D.M. and Deason, J.P. "Improving Public Communication in Environmental Impact Assessments," Federal Facilities Environmental Journal, Volume 12, Number 2 (Summer 2001), pp. 79-89.


Deason, J.P. and Daane, J.R., “Water Metering Policies in the Former Soviet Union: Lessons from Lviv, Ukraine,” Environmental Engineering and Policy, Volume 1, Number 2 (December 1998), pp.75-80.


Deason, J.P. and Taylor, W.R., “Natural Resource Damage Assessment and Restoration: The Outlook for Federal Facilities”, Federal Facilities Environmental Journal, Volume 8, Number 4 (Winter 1998), pp. 49-61.


Deason, J.P., Tsongas, T.A., and Cothern, C.R., “Sick Buildings: What Have We Learned and What Can Be Done?”, Environmental Engineering and Policy, Volume 1, Number 1 (July 1998), p. 37-46.


Deason, J.P., “Toward Improved Highway Quality: Lessons from Western Europe,” Journal of Management in Engineering, Volume 14, Number 1 (January/February 1998), pp. 81-86.


Deason, J.P. and Corl, C.A., “Toward Protection of the Marine Environment: Uniform National Discharge Standards for Military Vessels,” Federal Facilities Environmental Journal, Volume 8, Number 2 (Summer 1997), pp. 49-59.


Deason, J.P., “Changing World Attitudes on Environmental Values and Sustainability: Implications for Educational Institutions,” Renewable Resources Journal, Volume 14, Number 4 (Winter 1996-1997), pp. 4-11.


Abu-Taleb, M., Deason, J.P., M., Salameh, E., and Kefaya, B., "Water Resources Planning and Development in Jordan: Problems, Future Scenarios, and Recommendations,” Country Experiences with Water Resources Management. Guy LeMoigne, et al., editors. Washington, D.C.: World Bank Technical Paper Number 175, 1992.


Deason, J.P., "Water Policies Relating to Environmental and Health Issues," Country Experiences with Water Resources Management. Guy LeMoigne, et al. Washington, D.C.: World Bank Technical Paper Number 175, 1992.


Deason, J.P., "Irrigation-Induced Contamination: New Findings About an Old Problem." Developing and Improving Irrigation and Drainage Systems. Washington, D.C.: World Bank Technical Report Number 178, 1992.


Deason, J.P., "Irrigation-Induced Contamination: How Real a Problem?" Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, Volume 115, Number 1 (February 1989), pp. 9-20.


Deason, J.P. and White. K.P., Jr., "Specification of Objectives by Group Processes in Multiobjective Water Resources Planning," Water Resources Research, Volume 20, Number 2 (February 1984), pp. 189-196.


Publications in Conference Proceedings


Deason, J.P., “Towards a Sustainable Built Environment: Addressing the Challenge of Contaminated Urban River Corridors.” Proceedings of the 3rd International Seminar on Environmental Planning and Management. Sao Paulo, Brazil: URBENVIRON 2008, October 6-8, 2008.


Deason, J.P., “A New Approach to Cleaning up Contaminated Urban River Corridors in the United States: The Urban River Restoration Initiative.” Proceedings of the International Conference on Energy and Environment. University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, Shanghai, China, December 12, 2003, pp. 1584-1589.


Deason, J.P., “Passaic River Restoration Initiative: A New Model for Cleaning Up Our Nation’s Contaminated Urban Rivers.” Proceedings of the EPA Forum on Managing Contaminated Sediments at Hazardous Waste Sites. Alexandria, Virginia: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, May 30, 2001.


Deason, J.P., “Urban River Restoration Initiative: Key to Brownfields Redevelopment Success in Urban River Corridors,” Brownfields 2000 – Research and Regionalism: Revitalizing the American Community. Washington, DC: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 2000, pp. 142-144.


Deason, J.P., “U.S. versus Western Europeans Highways: Why the Differences in Quality?” Quality Assurance, A National Commitment. Roa Nivargikay and Debra Reinhart, editors. Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers, 1997, pp. 25-34.


Deason, J.P., "A New Response to Hazardous Waste Management Challenges in the U.S. Department of the Interior," Shaping our Environmental Heritage. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Air and Hazardous Waste Association, 1992, pp. 2-14.


Abu-Taleb, M., Deason, J.P., Salameh, E. And Mareschal, B., "Multiobjective Decision Support for Water Resources Planning," Jordan's Water Resources and Their Future Potential. Andra Larber and Elias Salameh, editors. Amman, Jordan: Water Research and Study Center, University of Jordan, 1992.


Deason, J.P. and Cecil, G., "Natural Resources Trusteeship and Damage Assessments Under CERCLA (Superfund) and the Oil Pollution Act,” Proceedings, Department of Defense Natural Resources Leadership Conference. Colorado Springs, Colorado: Office of the Secretary of Defense, 1991, pp. 20-21.


Deason, J.P., "Management of Irrigation-Induced Contaminants," International and Transboundary Water Resources Issues. John E. Fitz Gibbon, editor. Bethesda, Maryland: American Water Resources Association, 1990, pp. 617-626.


Deason, J.P., "Risk Assessment in Federal Hazardous and Toxic Materials Management and Remediation." Risk Based Decision Making in Water Resources. Yacov Y. Haimes, editor. New York: Engineering Foundation, 1989, pp. 164-171.


Deason, J.P., "Impacts of Irrigation Drainwater on Wetlands." Wetlands: Concerns and Successes. David W. Fisk, editor. Bethesda, Maryland: American Water Resources Association, 1989, pp. 127-138.


Deason, J.P., Sylvester, M.A., Feltz, H. And Engberg, R., "Preliminary Results of the Department of the Interior's Irrigation Drainage Studies.” Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Irrigation and Drainage Division. Lincoln, Nebraska: American Society of Civil Engineers, July 1988, pp. 665-672.


Deason, J.P., "Irrigation-Induced Water Quality Problems: Policy Implications of DOI Reconnaissance Study Results," Nonpoint Pollution: Policy, Economy, Management, and Appropriate Technology. Vladimir Novotny, editor. Bethesda, Maryland: American Water Resources Association, 1988, pp. 293-302.


Deason, J.P., "Irrigation-Induced Contamination Problems," Critical Water Issues and Computer Applications. Michael Strech, editor. New York: American Society of Civil Engineers, 1988, pp. 5-8.


Deason, J.P., "Westwide Investigations of Potential Irrigation-Induced Water Quality Problems: Preliminary Results," Toxic Substances in Agricultural Water Supply and Drainage: Searching for Solutions. Joseph B. Summers and Susan S. Anderson, editors. Denver, Colorado: U.S. Committee on Irrigation and Drainage, 1987, pp. 37-48.


Deason, J.P., "Selenium: It's Not Just in California," Irrigation Systems for the Twenty-First Century. Larry G. James and Marshall J. English, editors. New York: American Society of Civil Engineers, 1987, pp. 475-482.


Deason, J.P., "U.S. Department of the Interior Investigations of Irrigation-Induced Contamination Problems," Toxic Substances in Agricultural Water Supply and Drainage: Defining the Problems. Denver, Colorado: U.S. Committee on Irrigation and Drainage, 1986, pp. 201-210.


Deason, J.P., "Current Issues in Risk-Based Decision Making for Water Resources Planning, Design, and Management," Risk-Based Decision Making in Water Resources. New York: Engineering Foundation, 1985, pp. 1-4.


Deason, J.P., "Program Monitoring by Database Management," Computer Applications in Water Resources. New York: Water Resources Planning and Management Division, American Society of Civil Engineers, June 1985, pp. 771-778.


Deason, J.P., and North. R.M., "Do Public Policies and Legislation Guide Water Resources Research?,” Proceedings, National Conference on Water Resources Research, Universities Council on Water Resources, February 1985, pp. 4-1 – 4-19.


Deason, J.P., "Water Resources Planning in the New Principles and Guidelines," Multiobjective Analysis in Water Resources. New York: American Society of Civil Engineers, 1982, pp. 37.45.

Invited Presentations


Deason, J.P., “Current Research on Solar Energy,” Institute for the Analysis of Solar Energy Symposium on “Solar Energy: A Solution to Energy and Environmental Problems,” Washington, D.C., April 24, 2009.


Deason, J.P., “Sustainability Research and Education in the Engineering Management and Systems Engineering Department,” American Society of Engineering Management Symposium, Washington, D.C., April 16, 2009.


Deason, J.P. “Ethics and Socio-Environmental Responsibility,” invited keynote address presented to the 3rd Annual Seminar on Environmental Planning and Management

São Paulo, Brazil, October 6, 2008.


Deason, J.P. “Energy Policy and Long-Term Sustainability,” invited presentation to the GW Symposium on Research and Discovery session on Energy, Environment and Sustainability, Washington, D.C., November 14, 2007.


Deason, J.P. “Natural Resource Restoration in the Passaic River Restoration Initiative,” invited plenary session paper presented to the 6th Annual Symposium on Industrial Liability for Natural Resource Damages, Fairfax, Virginia, July 19, 2006.


Deason, J.P. and Heiberg, E.R. "Urban River Restoration in the United States."

Presented at the 31st International Navigation Congress, Estoril, Portugal 2006, May 16, 2006.


Deason, J.P., “Urban Waterways and Brownfields Redevelopment.” Invited presentation to the Brownfields 2005 Conference on Reaching New Heights in Redevelopment, Denver, Colorado, November 2, 2005.


Deason, J.P., “Assessment of Environmental Sustainability Trends in Federal and State Parks: Implications for Policy Development.” Invited presentation to the George Washington Institute for Public Policy, Washington, D.C., October 26, 2004.


Deason, J.P., “Genesis of the Urban River Restoration Inititaive.” Invited paper presented at the Brownfields 2004 Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, September 21, 2004.


Deason, J.P., “Urban River Restoration Initiative: A New Approach to Restoring Degraded Urban Rivers.” Invited presentation at the Harbors, Navigation and Environment Seminar, American Association of Port Authorities, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 13, 2004.


Deason, J.P., "Energy Options for the Future: What Implications Do Today's Decisions Have for Us and Our Environment?" Invited presentation to the joint meeting of the Metropolitan Washington Association of Environmental Professionals and the George Washington University Environmental Values and Strategies Seminar Series, Washington, D.C., March 10, 2003.


Heiberg, E.R. and Deason, J.P. "A New Approach to Urban River Restoration in the United States." Presented at the 30th International Navigation Congress, Sydney, Australia, September 24, 2002.


Deason, J.P., “A New Approach to Addressing Contaminated Sediments.” Invited presentation to the Land Renewal Network 2002 Spring Conference, Washington, D.C., June 4, 2002.


Fuglevand, P.F. and Deason, J.P., “Meeting the Challenge of Contaminated Urban Rivers Using an Integrated WRDA/CERCLA Approach.” Invited paper presented at the American Society of Civil Engineers Conference “Dredging ‘02”, Orlando, Florida, May 7, 2002.


Deason, J.P., “A New Approach to Cleaning up Our Nation’s Contaminated Urban River Corridors.” Invited presentation to the National Capital Section, American Society of Engineering Management, Washington, D.C., March 22, 2002.


Deason, J.P., “Passaic River Restoration Initiative: A New Approach to the Comprehensive Restoration of Aquatic Environments.” Invited paper presented at the Fall Workshop of the SETAC Hudson-Delaware Regional Chapter, Newark, New Jersey, September 21, 2001.


Deason, J.P., “An Alternative to CERCLA: Urban River Restoration Initiative.” Invited paper presented at the American Chemistry Council Waste Network Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, June 14, 2001.


Fuglevand, P.F. and Deason, J.P., “Integration of WRDA Restoration and CERCLA Remedial Processes at Urban Waterway Superfund Sites.” Invited presentation to the EPA Technical Support Project General Meeting, San Diego, California, May 10, 2001.


Deason, J.P., "Understanding Environmental and Energy Problems: Classic Applications of Exponential Arithmetic." Invited presentation to the National Capital Section, American Society for Engineering Management, January 28, 2000.


Deason, J.P., "Emerging Environmental Policies in the Transportation Arena," Transportation Development Foundation YEDP Forum, Washington, D.C., February 25, 1999.


Deason, J.P. and Sherk, G.W., “To Develop or to Redevelop: The Relationship Between Brownfields Redevelopment and Urban Sprawl.” Invited paper presented to the Conference on Alliances for 21st Century Livability, Dallas, Texas, December 7, 1999.


Deason, J.P. and Sherk, G.W., "Overcoming Barriers to Brownfields Redevelopment: An Environmental Management Challenge." Invited paper presented to the Graduate Seminar, Howard University, Washington, D.C., November 16, 1999.


Deason, J.P., "Coping with Storm Water Phase II Regulations." Invited paper presented to the opening plenary session of the 1998 National Conference on Local Transportation, Nashville, Tennessee, September 22, 1998.


Deason, J.P. and Sherk, G.W., "Overcoming Barriers to Brownfields Redevelopment." Invited paper presented to the Technology and Business Competitiveness Seminar, Ashburn, Virginia, April 8, 1998.


Deason, J.P., “Changing World Attitudes Toward Environmental Values, Ethics and Sustainable Development: Implications for Educational Institutions.” Invited plenary session presentation to the 1996 Renewable Natural Resources Foundation Leadership Summit, Washington, D.C., June 14, 1996.


Deason, J.P., "Overview of Natural Resource Damage Assessment." Invited keynote paper presented to the Natural Resource Damage Assessment Symposium, sponsored by the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Houston, Texas, November 18, 1993.


Deason, J.P., "Setting the Baseline for Pollution Prevention." Invited paper presented to the Renew America Symposium on Building a Shared Vision of Environmental and Economic Health: Agenda for the 21st Century, Washington, D.C., October 13, 1993.


Deason, J.P., "Hazardous Waste Remediation and Management in the U.S. Department of the Interior: A New Era." Invited plenary session paper presented to the Hazardous Materials Control Research Institute Conference on Federal Environmental Restoration, Washington, D.C., May 26, 1993.


Deason, J.P., "Environment Versus Development: The Outlook Since the Rio Earth Summit." Keynote address presented to the Association of Engineering Geologists 1993 Symposium on Geoenvironmental Site Characterization: An Overview, Baltimore, Maryland, May 20, 1993.


Deason, J.P., "Practical Impacts of the Federal Facilities Compliance Act." Invited paper presented to the National Council on Environmental Professionalism Workshop on Practical Impacts of the Federal Facilities Compliance Act, Bethesda, Maryland, February 2, 1993.


Deason, J.P., "NEPA Challenges in Natural Resources Management." Invited paper presented to the Council on Environmental Quality Conference on the National Environmental Policy Act and Ecological Issues, Boston, Massachusetts, March 24, 1992.


Deason, J.P., "The Nation's Environmental Outlook and the Engineer's Role." Invited plenary session address at the American Association of Engineering Societies Conference on Competition, Technology and the Future of America, Washington, D.C., March 4, 1992.


Deason, J.P., "Natural Resource Trusteeship and Damage Assessments Under CERCLA and the Oil Pollution Act." Invited plenary session paper presented to the Defense Natural Resources Leadership Conference, Colorado Springs, Colorado, August 12, 1991.


Deason, J.P., "Water Policies Relating to Environmental and Health Issues." Invited discussion paper presented to the World Bank International Workshop on Comprehensive Water Resources Management Policies, Washington, D.C., June 20, 1991.


Deason, J.P., "U.S. Department of the Interior Experiences with the Clean Air Act and Environmental Controls." Invited paper presented to the Institution of Civil Engineers Mid Atlantic States Technical Meeting on Environmental Policy and Pollution Control, Washington, D.C., February 19, 1991.


Deason, J.P., "New Directions in Hazardous Materials Management in the U.S. Department of the Interior." Invited paper presented to the Hazardous Waste Action Coalition Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida, November 14, 1990.


Deason, J.P., "Hazardous Waste Management Policies and Programs of the U.S. Department of the Interior." Invited plenary session address to the Third Annual Hazardous Waste Management Conference and Exhibition, Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 13, 1990.


Deason, J.P., "Western Investigations of Irrigation-Induced Water Quality Problems." Invited paper presented to the National Symposium on Water Quality, Orlando, Florida, November 15, 1989.


Deason, J.P., "Agricultural Drainage Problems in the West." Invited paper presented to the Conference of Western States Attorneys General, San Diego, California, February 3, 1989.


Deason, J.P., "Risk Analysis and Engineering Standards." Invited paper presented at the National Specialty Conference of the Water Resources Planning and Management Division, American Society of Civil Engineers, Kansas City, Missouri, March 18, 1987.


Deason, J.P., "Evolution of Federal Water Project Cost-Sharing and Financing Policies." Invited paper presented at the National Specialty Conference of the Water Resources Planning and Management Division, American Society of Civil Engineers, Kansas City, Missouri, March 17, 1987.


Deason, J.P., "Irrigation Water Quality Program of the Department of the Interior." Invited paper presented at the American Water Resources Association Conference on Water and Human Health, Atlanta, Georgia, November 11, 1986.


Deason, J.P., "Risk Analysis and Engineering Standards." Invited paper presented at the American Society of Civil Engineers Annual Convention, Boston, Massachusetts, October 31, 1986.


Deason, J.P., "Future Problems and Policy Issues in Water Resources Development and Use." Invited paper presented at the American Institute of Hydrology Workshop on Current and Future National Water Problems and Issues, Washington, D.C., May 31, 1984.


Deason, J.P., "Current Trends in Federal Water Project Planning, Cost Sharing and Financing." Invited paper presented at the National Specialty Conference of the Water Resources Planning and Management Division, American Society of Civil Engineers, Baltimore, Maryland, May 30, 1984.


Deason, J.P., "Understanding the New Principles and Standards for Water Project Planning." Invited paper presented at the National Water Resources Association Seminar, Kalispell, Montana, July 30, 1983.


Other Conference Presentations


Hagarty, E.P. and Deason, J.P., “Decision-Aiding Tool for the Prioritization of Small Scale Water and Wastewater Projects Based on Public Health Risk,” 3rd Joint Specialty Conference on Sustainable Water Management in Response to 21st Century Pressures, European Water Association, Japan Sewage Works Association and Water Environment Federation, Munich, Germany, May 5–9, 2008.


Shabman, L.A., Kinnell, J,C., Deason, J.P. and Dickey, G.E., “An Integrated Planning Model for Urban River Restoration Decision Making and other Corps of Engineers Collaborative Planning Efforts.” U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Conference on Collaboration for Integrated Water Resources Management, San Francisco, California, May 10, 2006.

Deason, J.P., “Natural Resource Partnering in the Urban River Restoration Initiative.” U. S. Department of the Interior Conference on the Environment: Partnering for Environmental Stewardship - Resource Conservation for the Future, Phoenix, Arizona, May 15, 2003.



Deason, J.P., “Passaic River Restoration Initiative: A New Model for Cleaning Up Our Nation’s Contaminated Urban Rivers.” Poster session presented at the EPA Forum on Managing Contaminated Sediments at Hazardous Waste Sites, Alexandria, Virginia, May 30, 2001.


Deason, J.P., "Toxic Contaminants in Irrigation Drainwater: A New Management Challenge." Paper presented at the National Association of Environmental Professionals Conference on Toxics in the Environment, Orlando, Florida, April 20, 1988.


Deason, J.P., "Irrigation-Induced Contamination Problems in the Western United States: Preliminary Study Results." Paper presented at the National Specialty Conference of the Water Resources Planning and Management Division, American Society of Civil Engineers, Kansas City, Missouri, March 18, 1987.


Deason, J.P. and White. K.P., Jr., "A Water Resources Planning Decision Support System Based on Zero-One Integer Programming.” Paper presented at the National Specialty Conference of the Water Resources Planning and Management Division, American Society of Civil Engineers, Baltimore, Maryland, May 29, 1984.


Deason, J.P., "Multi-Objective Programming: Project Selection Applications." Paper presented at the Specialty Group Session on Water Resources, Mathematical Models, and Quantitative Methods, Association of American Geographers, Washington, D.C., April 24, 1984.


Deason, J.P. and White. K.P., Jr., "A Decision Support System for Water Project Portfolio Decisions.” Paper presented at the National Specialty Conference of the Water Resources Planning and Management Division, American Society of Civil Engineers, Tampa, Florida, March 14, 1983.


Deason, J.P. and White. K.P., Jr., "Indian Water Resources Development: A Multiobjective Challenge.” Paper presented at the American Water Resources Association National Conference, San Francisco, California, October 12, 1982.


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