Welcome to my research and development website. This site is where on-going work is deployed.

Dr. Cleveland blends strong skills in water resources investigation using laboratory and field methods with equally strong skills in information management, experimental design, and computational modeling. He is a competent code developer, experimental researcher, modeler, and teacher. His technical background includes environmental and civil engineering, and his research work is focused on water resources problems encompassed by both of these areas.

He has developed computational and experimental tools to support hydrologic research and development as well as having conducted research in solid-liquid separations. He has supervised studies of groundwater, surface water, storm water, and wastewater systems; personally conducted sewer infiltration studies, field dye-tracer studies, and rapid biological assessments of a coastal stream; he has constructed cluster computers to support large-scale data processing and has built image collection systems to measure flows by image interpretation.

1. Software, Binary Builds, and Data are provided without warranty for fitness for any use.
2. Course content is intended for the use of students enrolled in respective courses.
3. Copyright materials are for use by students and researchers collaborating with Dr. Cleveland under fair-use principles of U.S. Copyright Code. Any other use is not permitted.
4. Some parts of the web site may be password protected.


University Courses
Links to University Courses

Professional Courses
Links to Professional Development Courses

Software Development
Links to Software Source Codes, Builds, and Related Tools

Software Archive


My H&H Toolbox A Collection of Useful Fluid Mechanics, Hydrology, and Hydraulics Calculators

Infrastructure Modeling and Management Mock-up of an active software and training distribution environment (OSX-centric)

Strategic Research Program for Texas DOT A prototype website for research information interchange to support policy decisions (Move to Research)

Urban Water Resources Research Council (unofficial) Web Repository (Move to Service)

Document Sharing Workspace
A document sharing website for 2-way file transfer on port 80


Research Projects Current and past research; data sets

Service Projects Professional Service

About WRC and ENVE Faculty Brief profiles of Water and Environmental Faculty in CECE at TTU

About Me Links to My Resume, Photographs

Publications My Publications

Port 80

Port 8888

Build index.html 2014-0504.
Revise index.html 2016-0526.
Verify links 2016-0526.

Other Servers:

www.rtfmps.com

cleveland3.ddns.net (has Moodle install)