Assistant Professor of Ecological Engineering

Stewart Anthony waller diemont

Iíve been working with the Maya in southern Mexico, Belize, and Guatemala. Here I share my daughterís picture book with two Lacandon Maya friends, Carlitos and Rigoberto.

 

My work integrates my professional experience and graduate education in ecological engineering with my undergraduate background in anthropology. I have take a multidisciplinary approach that combines scientific tools and current ecological engineering research with careful study of traditional, indigenous restoration and agricultural design. The overall goal of my work is to determine how ecosystems can be designed for mutual benefit to both humans and the environment, addressing a future of reduced fossil fuel availability through sustainable ecological engineering.

Office:

421 Baker

State University of New York

College of Environmental Science and Forestry

Department of Environmental Resources Engineering

Syracuse, New York

USA

 

Mail:

402 Baker

1 Forestry Drive

Syracuse, NY 13210

USA

 

Phone: 1-315-470-4707

Fax: 1-315-470-6958

E-mail: sdiemont@esf.edu