Dr. Zhang's major interest is in numerical simulation of contaminant fate and transport in natural media. Especially interested in the development and application of non-local transport theories and models for anomalous dispersion, shallow groundwater age dating with environmental tracers, subsurface heterogeneity characterization (geostatistical and stochastic methods), saturated zone flow and transport parameter upscaling, saline water intrusion, heat transport, aquifer vulnerability assessment, and random walk approximations of partial differential equations.
Western Regional Climate Center
Climate Information and Data Services
Providing jointly developed products, services and capabilities that enhance the delivery of public climate info.
Diversity at DRI
An Inclusive Mission of Research Excellence
Offering a supportive and diverse environment for our students, faculty/staff and visitors.
Renewable Energy at DRI
Discovering New Energy Production Methods
Expanding renewable energy research throughout Nevada and around the U.S.
Nevada Center of Excellence
Supporting Nevada's Economic Development
Combining NSHE water expertise and IBM’s advanced technologies to grow tomorrow's workforce.