S&T’s aqueous geochemistry research focuses on understanding fundamental water-rock interactions and applying this knowledge to environmental problems. These problems include addressing pollution from agricultural runoff, acid rock and mine drainage, and produced waters. Researchers focus on understanding the fate and transport of metals and metalloids in aqueous systems.
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Dean for College of Engineering and Computing, Gulf Oil Foundation Professor, Geology & Geophysics
Water resources, water quality, aqueous geochemistry, petroleum geochemistry, and geomicrobiology.
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Associate Professor, Geology and Geophysics
Geochemistry, petrology, planetary evolution and analytical chemistry. Investigating the fundamental processes that underlie the formation of metal deposits in Earth's interior and on Mars.