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Jing Wu, PhD

Senior Scientist
Clean Water Program
510-746-7324

Jing Wu is an Environmental Scientist/Hydrologist at SEFI with a background in hydrologic and watershed modeling, stormwater management, and nonpoint source pollution control. She specializes in using environmental models to understand sources, fate and transport of pollutants in a watershed, to develop and evaluate management alternatives, and to guide management decision-making. Prior to joining SFEI in 2013, Jing was a modeling specialist at University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science with EPA Chesapeake Bay Program office. There she had worked on developing a large-scale watershed model for guiding Chesapeake Bay restoration and environmental management across Mid-Atlantic region. Jing received her Ph.D in Environmental Engineering at University of Virginia, and MS and BS in Water Resources Planning and Management from Wuhan University in China.

Related Projects, News, and Events

GreenPlan-IT Site Locator Tool v2.1 Update (News)

SFEI’s GreenPlan-IT is a planning level toolkit which help municipalities with green infrastructure planning, assessment and reporting. Green infrastructure is a multi benefit tool that helps to restore the natural water cycle of infiltration and filtration (most notably of mercury and PCBs) within the urban environment.

GreenPlan-IT Toolbox evolving quickly to meet increased demand (News)

With the conclusion of the first round of funding for the Green Plan Bay Area project http://www.sfestuary.org/our-projects/water-quality-improvement/greenplanning/, SFEI produced GreenPlan-IT in collaboration with SFEP, a technical advisory committee, pilot partners, and BASMAA. GreenPlan-IT is an innovative planning tool to help municipalities evaluate multiple management alternatives for green infrastructure in the urban landscape.

GreenPlan-IT featured in the newsletter of the National Water Quality Monitoring Council (News)

GreenPlan-IT, a toolset created in a collaboration with SFEP, US EPA, and local partners, has been featured in the newsletter of the National Water Quality Monitoring Council, which has in turn been distributed broadly to subscribers throughout the nation and beyond.

New Reports Show Progress Toward Understanding Nutrient Impacts in the Bay (News)

SFEI scientists studying the role and effects of nutrients in the Bay recently completed two draft reports that summarize current knowledge of the issue. 

GreenPlan-IT (Project)

Green infrastructure (GI), such as permeable pavement, rain gardens, tree-well planters, or bioswales, can be used as cost-effective, resilient approaches to managing stormwater at its source while delivering environmental, social, and economic benefits for your community. GreenPlan-IT is a versatile open-source toolset that helps aid municipalities with their efforts to plan and evaluate the placement of green infrastructure in the landscape and track the effectiveness of these installations in reducing stormwater run-off, PCB, and mercury in receiving waters.

GreenPlan-IT Tracker helps municipalities to track and measure effectiveness for their investments in Green Infrastructure (News)

Working in partnership primarily with the City of Richmond and the County of Contra Costa County, SFEI is developing a new GreenPlan-IT Tracker. The new tool comprises another module within the GreenPlan-IT Toolbox which, along with its three other modules, helps to plan, assess, optimize, and track municipal efforts to reduce stormwater run-off and reduce pollutant loads to the Bay.