Ph.D. - Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota. 2014.
M.S. - Civil Engineering, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 1996.
B.S. - Geological Engineering, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 1995.
Areas of Interest
My interests generally revolve around soil and water behavior and interaction. Specifically I have worked with natural hazard prediction, erosion prediction, construction site erosion control, shoreline erosion, storm water quality, and education.
IE 5513: Engineering Safety
CMGT 4081: Construction Erosion Control
Chapman, John A., Gulliver, J.S., Wilson, B.N., 2014, Flume instrumentation for measurement of drag on flexible elements under waves, Experiments in Fluids, 55:1715
Chapman, John A., Blickenderfer, M.M., Wilson, B.N., Gulliver, J.S., and Missaghi, S.S., 2013, Competition and Growth of Eight Shoreline Restoration Species in Changing Water Level
Chapman, John A. Gulliver, J.S., Wilson B.N., 2012, Direct Measurement of Drag Forces on Flexible Synthetic Vegetation in Wave Environments, ASCE HMEM EWRI Conference Proceedings,
Chapman, John A., Isensee, M., 2006, Stormwater Pollution Prevention Education Effectiveness, ASCE EWRI Water Congress Proceedings
Chapman, John A., Neprash, R.A., 2005, A Tale of Two Programs: Lessons Learned from Two Education Program Structures, EPA 4th National Conference on Nonpoint Source and Stormwater Pollution Education Programs
Chapman, John A., 2005, Coastal Problems in Iceland: Increasing Awareness of Hazards through Stories and Photos, ASCE Solutions to Coastal Disasters 2005 Conference Proceedings, pp 723-733.
Chapman, John A., 2004, Stability Concepts of Riverbanks: A Case Study of Riverbank Erosion Along the Snake River, Oregon, ASCE H2GEO: Geotechnical Engineering for Water Resources Conference Proceedings, pp 92-101.