Veronica Horvath is a Masters of Science student in the School of Sustainability. Her main focus is on freshwater resources. She is investigating the connection of policy, science, urban planning, economics, and socio-cultural contexts for water sustainability.
Research Assistant Experience
- Decision Center for a Desert City, with Dave White and Colorado River Basin Study, Actors, Institutions and Governance, 2017
- Spoken Languages:
- English (native); Spanish (elementary)
BA, Environmental Science (minor in Comparative Ethnic Studies), Barnard College, 2013
Knappett, P. S., J. Du, V. N. Horvath, B. J. Mailloux, J. Feighery, A. van Geen and P. J. Culligan. 2014. Importance of reversible attachment in predicting E. coli transport in saturated aquifers from column experiments. Advances in Water Resources 63(Jan):120-130. DOI: 10.1016/j.advwatres.2013.11.005. (link )
Joiner, E., H. Paul and V. N. Horvath. 2018. Characterizing and Evaluating High Water Use Households in Gilbert. Poster presented at the 2018 DCDC Poster Symposium, April 25 2018, Tempe, Arizona.
Rauh, E., V. N. Horvath, A. Sullivan, K. L. Larson and D. D. White. 2018. Water in the Arid Southwest: Public Perceptions on Transformational Strategies for Sustainability. Poster presented at the 2018 AAAS Annual Meeting, February 14-19, 2018, Austin, Texas.