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PhD candidate, University of Delaware College of Marine and Earth Studies (anticipated completion 2009), Marine Policy
MPA, University of Delaware 2003, Watershed Policy
Certified Public Manager Program, Level III, Rutgers University 1988
Project Director, Water Resources Agency, Institute for Public Administration, University of Delaware
Water Resources Agency for New Castle County (Newark, Del.)
Donohue and Associates, Consultants (Chicago, Ill.)
Instructor, secondary faculty appointment by the University of Delaware, School of Urban Affairs & Public Policy, 2006- present.
Instructor, secondary faculty appointment by the University of Delaware, College of Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2006-present.
State Water Coordinator and voting member of the Delaware Water Supply Coordinating Council, by the Governor and General Assembly of Delaware, under the authority of the Delaware Water Supply Coordinating Council Act, July 2000-present.
Watershed Coordinator (for Delaware portion of watershed), for the Christina Basin Clean Water Partnership, a committee of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Delaware River Basin Commission, and the States of Delaware and Pennsylvania, 1995-present.
Resource Protection Area Technical Advisory Committee (RPATAC), by the New Castle County Executive, under the authority of the New Castle County Unified Development Code, 1996-present.
Watershed Committee Co-chair, by the White Clay Creek Wild and Scenic River Watershed Management Committee, under the authority of the Federal Wild and Scenic Rivers Act, 2001-2004.
Board Member, Water Resources Association for the Delaware River Basin, 2003-present.
President, Newark American Baseball Little League, Newark, Delaware, 2001-2002.
Faculty Advisor, University of Delaware Student Section of the American Water Resources Association, 2007-present.
CIEG 440 Water Resources Engineering. 3 credits. Fall 2001 through 2008. University of Delaware, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
CIEG 467 Watershed Engineering, Planning, and Design. 3 credits. Spring 2004 through 2008. University of Delaware, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
LEAD 201 Introduction to Consumer Policy. 3 credits. Spring semester 2006. University of Delaware, School of Urban Affairs & Public Policy, Leadership Program.
Samuel L. Baxter Memorial Award, Water Resources Association for the Delaware River Basin, 2004.
University of Delaware Professional Merit Award, 2002.
Flood Hazard Fellowship Award, Flint Creek Greenway Plan, Association of State Floodplain Managers, 1992.
Employee of the Year, New Jersey DOT Bureau of Research, 1988.
American Geophysical Union (AGU)
American Water Resources Association (AWRA)
Delaware Academy of Sciences
The River Network
Kauffman, G. J., book in press October 2008. Reference Manual for the Water Resources Portion of the Civil Professional Engineer Exam. Professional Publications, Inc. Belmont, California. Pages 1 – 203.
Kauffman, G., A. Belden, A. Homsey, M. Porter, A. Zarnadze, J. Ehrenfeld, S. Stanwood, L. Sherwin, J. Farrell, D. DeWalle, C. Cole, July 2008. Technical Summary: State of the Delaware Basin Report. Prepared by University of Delaware, Cornell University, Rutgers University, and Pennsylvania State University for the Delaware River Basin Commission and Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. pages 1-195.
G. J. Kauffman, A. Homsey, and A. C. Belden, accepted for publication July 2008. Relationship between Impervious Cover and Base Flow in the White Clay Creek Wild and Scenic River Watershed. American Society of Civil Engineers. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering. Special Issue: Impervious Surfaces in Hydrologic Modeling and Monitoring.
Kauffman, G. J. and A. C. Belden, draft October 2008. The Delaware River Revival: 400 years from Henry Hudson to JFK. Environmental History.
Corrozi, M. B., A. Homsey, and G. J. Kauffman, July 2008. White Clay Creek State of the Watershed Report. Prepared for the White Clay Creek Wild and Scenic River Watershed Management Committee. Funded by the U. S. National Park Service. Pages 1-40.
Corrozi, M. B. and G. J. Kauffman, November 2007. The Christina Basin Pollution Control Strategy. Prepared for the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control on behalf of the Christina Basin Tributary Action Team. pages 1-212.
Kauffman, G. J., M. W. Wollaston, K. Donnelly, S. Lovell, J. Talley, and S. Baxter, April 2008. Tenth Report to the Governor and General Assembly Regarding the Progress of the Delaware Water Supply Coordinating Council, Two Billion Gallons of Water Storage Implemented Since the Drought of 1999. pages 1-19.
Wollaston, M. W. and G. J. Kauffman, 2007. Along the Fall Line. Contribution to Histories of Newark, 1758-2008. Wallflowers Press. Newark, Delaware. page 137.
Grehl, E. and G. Kauffman, Winter 2007. The University of Delaware Rain Garden: Environmental Mitigation of a Building Footprint. Journal of Green Building. Volume 2, Number 1. pages 53-67.
Kauffman, G. J., December, 2006. Perspectives on Ethics and Water Policy in Delaware. Journal of Philosophical Research. Special issue: Ethics and the Life Sciences. pages 93-126.
Kauffman, G. J., M. B. Corozzi, and K. J. Vonck, June 2006. Imperviousness: A Performance Measure of a Delaware Water Resource Protection Area Ordinance. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. Volume 42, No. 3. pages 603-616.
Kauffman, G. J., May 2002. What if… The United States of America Were Based on Watersheds? Water Policy Journal. Elsevier Science Ltd. Oxford, United Kingdom. Volume 4. pages 57-68.Kauffman, G. J., 1998. The Anatomy of a Drought. Chapter 16. Watershed Management, Practice, Policies, and Coordination, editor Robert J. Reimold. McGraw Hill. pages 313-331.