Gerald J Kauffman
Water Resources Agency
Phone: (302) 831-4929
Office: 261 Academy Street
- Directs UD's Water Resources Agency.
- Work focuses on drinking water: water supply, water quality, policy, handling droughts and floods. Kauffman is skilled in watershed planning and management.
- Can discuss environmental policy, infrastructure, greenway planning and trail planning.
- Kauffman is the State of Delaware's first Water Coordinator. He and the staff of Water Resources Agency work with local, state and regional governments in Delaware, the Delaware Valley and along the Eastern Seaboard, providing water resources planning and policy assistance.
Project Director, Water Resources Agency, Institute for Public Administration
Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Assistant Professor, School Public Policy and Administration
In The News:
Develop plan for river basin (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Study: Conservation in Delaware basin worth $8B annually (Times Herald-Record (Middletown, New York))
Report: Barnegat Bay worth $2 billion to $4 billion annually (Asbury Park Press)
Researcher values Delaware Estuary at $10 Billion or more (KYW Newsradio)
Delaware Estuary: $10 Billion and counting (Philly.com)
Flooding leaves Delaware in deep trouble (News Journal)
Colonial dam removal lures fish, yields historic artifacts (WDDE)
In economic drought, impact study shows Delaware Estuary is major asset
IPA's Kauffman receives conservation award from Delaware Nature Society
Delaware basin 'showing improvement, but still needs work'
UD issues report card on White Clay Creek sustainability