Augustus C. Resurreccion
Rank:                         Associate Professor
Academic Group:        Environment and Energy Engineering Group
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Specialization: Soil Physics, Gas Transport in porous media
Research Interests: Landfill gas production, predictive models for gas transport parameters
subsurface flow, wetland systems

Education:

Ph.D. in Biological and Environmental Sciences
Saitama University, Japan

M. Engg., in Civil and Environmental Engineering
Saitama University, Japan

BS Geodetic Engineering, 1997
University of the Philippines Diliman


Papers:

Resurreccion, A. C., P. Moldrup, K. Kawamoto, S. Hamamoto, D.E. Rolston and T. Komatsu (2009). Hierarchical, bimodal model for gas diffusivity in aggregated unsaturated soils, Soil Science Society of America Journal, Doi:10.2136/sssaj2009.0055

Hamamoto, S., S. A. P. Mandadige, A. Resurreccion, K. Kawamoto, S. Hasegawa, T. Komatsu, and P. Moldrup (2009) The solute diffusion coefficient in variably-compacted, unsaturated volcanic ash soils, Vadose Zone Journal, Vol. 8, pp. 942-952

Resurreccion, A. C., T. Komatsu, K. Kawamoto, M. Oda, S. Yoshikawa and P. Moldrup (2008) Linear model to predict soil-gas diffusivity from two soil-water retention points in unsaturated volcanic ash soils, Soils and Foundations, Vol. 4, pp. 397-406.

Resurreccion, A. C., P. Moldrup, K. Kawamoto, S. Yoshikawa, D. E. Rolston, and T. Komatsu (2008) Variable pore connectivity factor model for gas diffusivity in unsaturated, aggregated soil, Vadose Zone Journal, Vol. 7, pp. 397-405.

Resurreccion, A. C., K. Kawamoto, T. Komatsu, P. Moldrup, K. Sato, and Dennis E. Rolston (2007) Gas diffusivity and air permeability in a volcanic ash soil profile: Effect of organic matter and water retention, Soil Science, Vol. 172, pp. 431-443.

Resurreccion, A. C., K. Kawamoto, T. Komatsu, P. Moldrup, N. Ozaki, and Dennis E. Rolston (2007) Gas transport parameters along field transects of a volcanic ash soil, Soil Science, Vol. 172, pp. 3-16.