Dr. Megan Rippy

Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Welcome to the Ecosystem Services Lab!

I am Dr. Megan Rippy, an ecological engineer at Virginia Tech interested in the form and function of coupled human-natural systems in the urban environment. My research focuses on the provisioning of ecosystem services like water quality, water supply, biodiversity, and aesthetics (among others) by green stormwater infrastructure like constructed wetlands and stormwater bioretention. I am stationed at the Occoquan Watershed Monitoring Laboratory in the National Capital Region.

ACES 2018
A Community on Ecosystem Services=
12.3-6.2018
AGU 2018
Fall Meeting
12.10-14.2018

UPCOMING EVENTS

Urban Water Sustainability
Spring Semester, VT
2019

RECENT ARTICLES

Water Research, 2018

Shifts in dissolved organic matter and microbial community composition are associated with enhanced removal of fecal pollutants in urban stormwater wetlands

Water Research, 2017

Pesticide occurrence and spatio-temporal variability in urban run-off across Australia

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