Barbara Doll

Extension Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist

Professional Engineer

Dr. Barbara Doll is a licensed professional engineer with over 20 years of experience in ecological restoration. She teaches professional development workshops and academic courses in fluvial geomorphology and ecological restoration. She has secured and managed more than $7 million in external funding to implement water quality and restoration demonstration projects and conduct research at NC State University. She has conducted design, permitting, bidding and construction oversight for several restoration projects in this role. She obtained and managed $8.5 in funding between 1998 and 2011 for restoration of 6000 feet of highly degraded urban channel.

 

Education

P.h.D. 2013

Biological and Agricultural Engineering

North Carolina State University

M.C.E. 1992

Civil Engineering

North Carolina State University

B.S. 1998

Civil Engineering

North Carolina State University

Research Description

Nonpoint source pollution prevention and treatment • Restoration ecology • Stormwater management • Stream assessment •Sustainable landscaping

Publications

Evaluating the eco-geomorphological condition of restored streams using visual assessment and macroinvertebrate metrics
Doll, B. A., Jennings, G. D., Spooner, J., Penrose, D. L., & Usset, J. L. (2015), Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 51(1), 68-83.
Hydraulic geometry relationships for urban streams throughout the piedmont of North Carolina
Doll, B. A., Wise-Frederick, D. E., Buckner, C. M., Wilkerson, S. D., Harman, W. A., Smith, R. E., & Spooner, J. (2002), Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 38(3), 641-651.
Sea grant and invasive aquatic plants: A national outreach initiative
Crawford, H. M., Jensen, D. A., Peichel, B., Charlebois, P. M., Doll, B. A., Kay, S. H., Ramey, V. A., & O'Leary, M. B. (2001), Journal of Aquatic Plant Management, 39(2001 Jan), 8-11.
Constructed wetlands treatment of high nitrogen landfill leachate
Liehr, S. K., Kozub, D. D., Rash, J. K., Sloop, G. M., Doll, B., Rubin, A. R., House, C. H., Hawes, S., & Burks, D. (2000), Alexandria, VA : Water Environment Research Foundation.
Jump Run Creek Shellfish Restoration Project
White, N. M., Line, D. E., Potts, J. D., Kirby-Smith, W., Doll, B., & Hunt, W. F. (2000), Journal of Shellfish Research, 19(1), 473-476.

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Grants

Town of Windsor Flood Reduction Feasibility Study
Bertie County(6/01/17 - 11/30/17)
School Campus Stormwater Assessment
NC Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)(6/15/17 - 8/31/18)
Functional Assessment of Paired Restored and Unrestored Streams in the North Carolina Piedmont
Environmental Defense Fund(7/01/17 - 7/31/18)
Implementation of Innovative Grade Controls for Restoring an Incised Urban Channel at Millbrook Exchange Park
Raleigh, NC(4/27/17 - 12/31/19)
Demonstration and Evaluation of Regenerative Stormwater Conveyance (RSC) as a BMP to Reduce Nutrient Pollution from Agricultural Sources to Surface Waters
NC Department of Justice(6/01/17 - 6/01/20)
Evaluation of Alluvial Channel Adjustments and Stream Functions in the North Carolina Piedmont
NC Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)(10/01/16 - 4/30/19)
Design, Construction Oversight and Mitigation Monitoring of Millstone Creek and Tributaries, Randolph County, North Carolina
NC Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)(2/01/16 - 12/31/23)
From Seeds to Shoreline
US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)(6/01/15 - 9/30/16)
Monitoring and Evaluation of Millstone Creek Tributaries, Randolph County, North Carolina
NC Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)(7/01/14 - 12/31/18)
Continuation of Water Quality Treatment Assessment of Enhanced Stormwater Ponds at the NC Cooperative Extension Services Center in Currituck Co.
NCSU Sea Grant Program(1/01/12 - 7/31/13)