Doug Haith is an Emeritus Professor in the Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering. His research in water resources and environmental engineering is based on mathematical modeling related to nonpoint source pollution.
Professor Haith's research is in the development and application of mathematical models to aid in the management of environmental pollution. Models are tested with field data and implemented in software packages that are made available to practicing engineers and other environmental professionals.
Professor Haith is currently teaching two upper-level courses: BEE 4750 Environmental Systems Analysis and BEE 4760 Solid Waste Engineering.
Awards and Honors
- Sonny Yau '72 Excellence in Teaching Award (2016) Cornell Engineering
- Douglas Whitney '61 Excellence in Teaching Award (2006)
- Edgerton Career Teaching Award (2002)
- Abraham T. C. Wong Excellence in Teaching Award (2001)
- Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching (1998) State University of New York
- Wong, H., & Haith, D. A. (2013). Volatilization of pesticides from golf courses in the United States: mass fluxes and inhalation health risks. JEQ: Journal of Environmental Quality. 42:1615-1622.
- Haith, D. A., Hollingshead, N., Bell, M. L., Kreszewski, S. W., & Morey, S. J. (2012). Nutrient loads to Cayuga Lake, NY: Watershed modeling on a budget. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management-ASCE. 138:571-580.
- Haith, D. A. (2011). National Assessment of Pesticide Runoff from Grass Surfaces. Journal of Environmental Engineering. 137:761-769.
- Haith, D. A. (2010). Ecological risk assessment of pesticide runoff from grass surfaces. Environmental Science & Technology. 44:6496-6502.
- Magri, A., & Haith, D. A. (2009). Pesticide decay in turf: a review of processes and experimental data. JEQ: Journal of Environmental Quality. 38:4-12.
- Haith, D. A., & Duffany, M. W. (2007). Pesticide runoff loads from lawns and golf courses. Journal of Environmental Engineering. 133:435-446.
- Murphy, R. R., & Haith, D. A. (2007). Inhalation health risk to golfers from turfgrass pesticides at three northeastern US sites. Environmental Science & Technology. 41:1038-1043.
- Walden, R. R., & Haith, D. A. (2003). Estimating turf pesticide volatilization from simple evapotranspiration models. JEQ: Journal of Environmental Quality. 32:1138-1143.
- Haith, D. A., & Rossi, F. S. (2003). Risk assessment of pesticide runoff from turf. JEQ: Journal of Environmental Quality. 32:447-455.
- Haith, D. A., Lee, P. C., Clark, J. M., Roy, G. R., Imboden, M. J., & Walden, R. R. (2002). Modeling pesticide volatilization from turf. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online. 1:1-5.