Prof. Tamim Younos
The Cabell Brand Center for Global Poverty and Resource Sustainability Studies, USA



1976  Ph.D., The University of Tokyo, Environmental Engineering
1973  M.Sc., The University of Tokyo, Environmental Engineering
1971  B.Sc., Tohoku University, Civil Engineering


  1. Younos, T. and  T.E. Parece. 2012. Water Use and Conservation. In:  21st Century Geography: A Reference Handbook (Stoltman, J. Ed.), 40: 446-456. Los Angeles: Sage.
  2. Younos, T. 2012. Water Dependency of Energy Production and Power Generation Systems. Water Resources Impact (AWRA) 14(1): 9-12.
  3. Younos, T. 2011. Paradigm shift: Holistic approach for water management in urban environments. Jour. Frontiers of Earth Science, Front. Earth Sci. 2011, 5(4): 421–427.
  4. Younos, T. and S. Lawson. 2011. Climate change mitigation at the local level: decentralized water Infrastructure – opportunities and challenges. Extended abstract in: Proceedings of the American Water Resources Association – 2011 Spring Specialty Conference -  Managing Climate Change Impacts on Water Resources: Adaptation, Options and Strategies (Eds. G. Sehlke and R. Olsen). 6 pp. April 18-20, 2011, Baltimore, MD.
  5. Young, K.D. T. Younos, R. L. Dymond, D. F. Kibler and D. H. Lee. 2010. Application of the Analytic Hierarchy Process for selecting and modeling stormwater Best Management Practices. Journal of Contemporary Water Research & Education. Issue 146: 50-63. Universities Council on Water Resources, Carbondale, Ill.
  6. Younos, T., C. Grady, T. Chen and T. Parece. 2009. Conventional and Decentralized Water Infrastructure: Energy Consumption and Carbon Footprint. Extended Abstract In: Proceedings of the American Water Resources Association – 2009 Spring Specialty Conference – Managing Water Resources and Development in a Changing Climate (Ed. H. Toniolo). 10pp. May 4-6, Anchorage, Alaska. ISBN: 1-882132-79-3.
  7. Kaurish, F. and T. Younos. 2007. Developing a Standardized Water Quality Index for Evaluating Surface Water Quality. Journal of American Water Resources Association (JAWRA), Vol. 23 (2): 533-545.
  8. Younos, T., V.J. Harwood, J.K. Falkenham, and H. Shen. 2007. Pathogens in Natural and Engineered Water Systems: Emerging Issues. Water Resources Impact, Vol.9 (3):11-14. (invited paper)
  9. Younos, T. (Issue Editor) 2006. Desalination – A Primer. Journal of Contemporary Water Research & Education. Issue No. 132, Universities Council on Water Resources (UCOWR), Southern Illinois University. 52 pp.
  10. Younos, T. 2005. Emerging Threats to Drinking Water Quality. Renewable Resources Journal, Vol. 25, No. 2, p. 1-5. (invited paper).
  11. Younos, T. (Editor). 2005. Total Maximum Daily Load – Approaches and Challenges.PenWell Books, Tulsa, Oklahoma. 374 pp. Peer reviewed. (Book selected for inclusion in the National Agricultural Library collection). ISBN 1-59370-046-6.
  12. Younos, T. R. De Leon, and C. Lewicki. 2003. Integrating Service-Learning into Watershed Management Programs: Opportunities and Challenges. Jour. AWRA Vol. 39, No. 1: 1-5.
  13. Younos, T. (Editor). 2002. Advances in Water Monitoring Research. Water Resources Publication, LLC., Littleton, Colorado, 230 pp. Peer reviewed. ISBN 1-887201-33-5.
  14. Younos, T. (Issue Editor) 2002. Universities’ Contribution to TMDL Program Development. Water Resources Update No. 122, Universities Council on Water Resources (UCOWR), Southern Illinois University. 70 pp.
  15. Younos, T., F. W. Kaurish, T. Brown, R. DeLeon. 2001. Determining the Source of Stream Contamination in a Karst-Water System, Southwest Virginia, USA. Jour. AWRA Vol. 37, No. 2: 327-334.
  16. Lewicki, C. and T. Younos (Issue Editors) 2001. Integrating Universities’ Knowledge and Student Service-Learning into Community-Based Watershed Management Programs. Water Resources Update No. 119, Universities Council on Water Resources (UCOWR), Southern Illinois University. 71 pp.
  17. Burbey, T.J., T. Younos, E. T. Anderson. 2000. Hydrologic Analysis of Discharge Sustainability from an Abandoned Underground Coal Mine. Jour. AWRA Vol. 36, No. 5: 1161-1172.

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