Professor, Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences, Investigator, Center for Toxicology, and Joint Associate Professor, Geosciences.
Expertise Environmental isotopes as tracers of hydrologic and surficial geologic processes and as dating tools; development of the surface exposure dating method based on cosmogenic 36CL accumulation in materials exposed to cosmic radiation at the Earth's surface; solute transport in porous media using tracers to characterize transport properties of geological formations; groundwater dating; past global climate change and its record in the lithosphere and hydrosphere. Study areas include the high Arctic, the Great Basin, the Wind River, Range and Hawaii; Eastern and Northwestern Africa
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Education PHD 1994, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
Office JW Harshbarger Building #11, Room 230B
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