DENISE SCOTT BROWN & ROBERT VENTURI ..
"Religious Orientation and Flow" by Scott Robert Brown
Carl Mendoza is a Principal Hydrogeological Engineer and a Professor of physical and contaminant hydrogeology. Dr. Mendoza has over thirty years’ experience analyzing groundwater flow and contaminant transport at a range of spatial and temporal scales. He has extensive experience writing numerical codes, analyzing field data and developing conceptual models, and applying numerical models to non-linear hydrogeological problems. Such problems include interactions between surface water and groundwater, water supply and resource evaluation, mine reclamation, environmental effects assessments, density-dependent transport and the migration of contaminants, including multi-phase flow and dissolution of oily liquids, in the subsurface. Dr. Mendoza has degrees in Geological Engineering, Earth Sciences and Hydrogeology and has worked with the conventional oil-and-gas, oil-sands mining, hard-rock mining and forestry industries.
An Interview with Denise Scott Brown and Robert Venturi
George Monteiro is a lifelong student and teacher of nineteenth- and twentieth-century American literature, contributing to the scholarship on numerous writers, including Edgar Allan Poe, Henry Adams, Henry James, Emily Dickinson, Edith Wharton, Stephen Crane, Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, William Faulkner, Robert Frost, T. S. Eliot and Bob Dylan. His latest books include Elizabeth Bishop in Brazil and After (McFarland, 2012), As Paixões de Pessoa (Atica, 2013), and (co-edited with Alice R. Clemente) The Gávea-Brown Book of Portuguese-American Poetry (Gávea-Brown, 2013).