Core team:


Donna Rizzo

University of Vermont

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Professor

Rizzo's research focuses on the development of new computational tools to improve the understanding of human-induced changes on natural systems and the way we make decisions about natural resources.


Most recent papers:


Evolving Probabilistically Significant Epistatic Classification Rules for Heterogeneous Big Datasets.

John Hanley, Margaret (Maggie) Eppstein, Jeffrey S. Buzas, Donna Rizzo. Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference 2016, 445-452, , 2016.
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Surface permeability of natural and engineered porous building materials.

David K. Grover, Cabot Savidge, Laura Townsend, Mandar Dewoolkar, Odanis Rosario, Liangbo Hu, Donna Rizzo. Construction and Building Materials, 1088-1100, 112, 2016.
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INFLUENCE OF GEOMORPHIC SETTING ON DISTRIBUTION OF NUTRIENT STOCKS IN LAKE CHAMPLAIN BASIN FLOODPLAINS.

Kristen Underwood, Caroline Alves, Donald S. Ross, Donna Rizzo, Mandar Dewoolkar. 51st Annual Northeastern GSA Section Meeting, , , 2016.
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If you’ve seen one worm, have you seen them all? Spatial, community, and genetic variability of tubificid communities in Montana.

Nilanjan Lodh, Bill Gibson, B.L. Kerans, Lori Stevens, Donna Rizzo, Lori Stevens. Freshwater science, , , 2015.
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