Latif Kalin is the Clinton McClure Professor at Auburn University College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment and teaches courses on geospatial technologies, watershed hydrology, watershed management, and nonpoint source pollution modeling. He received his Ph.D. from Purdue University in Civil Engineering in 2002, and worked at the U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as a post-doc from 2002 to 2006. His research, in general, is on water quality/quantity modeling at various spatial and temporal scales with special interest in nutrient and carbon cycling in natural and constructed wetlands. He also works on hydrological and water quality impacts of climate and land use/cover change. He has authored or co-authored 90 peer reviewed journal articles and 12 book chapters. Dr. Kalin is the past chair of the Wetland Hydrology Technical Committee and the Surface Water Hydrology Technical Committee of the American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) Environmental and Water Resources Institute (EWRI). Dr. Kalin is a three-time recipient of the U.S. EPA Scientific and Technological Achievement Award (2009, 2012, and 2015). He received the 2015 EWRI Outstanding Achievement Award and became an EWRI Fellow in 2017. He was a selected as Fulbright scholar in 2021 and spent 4 months in Brazil in 2022.