Skip to main content
USGS - science for a changing world

Transport and Biogeochemical Fate of Organic Substances in Aquatic Environments


I conduct research on the transport and fate of organic contaminants in aquatic systems (terrestrial and marine). This entails field investigations and laboratory experiments that are designed to advance our understanding of natural processes and the effects of these processes on the behavior, mobility, and geochemical fate of organic chemicals of concern. I develop and apply new sampling and analytical techniques, identify potential molecular tracers, and develop models to predict contaminant fate. The laboratory I supervise houses analytical instrumentation that is used for detailed characterization of complex mixtures of organic chemicals as well as quantitative determination of targeted substances at ultra-trace levels. Although [...]

Child Items (14)


Attached Files

Click on title to download individual files attached to this item.

Transport and Biogeochemical Fate of Organic Substances in Aquatic Environments.xml 27.01 KB

Project Extension



  • USGS National Research Program



Record was created from original web page content (see link).

Item Actions

View Item as ...

Save Item as ...

View Item...