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“Sustaining Groundwater Quality in the 21st Century: Soil Processes as Solutions and Threats”

Presented by: Dr. Scott Fendorf, Stanford University

Tuesday, April 17, 2018 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Scott Fendorf is the Huffington Professor of Earth Sciences and Senior Associate Dean in the School of Earth, Energy, and Environmental Science at Stanford University.  Scott’s research seeks to understand the extent and pathways by which metal contaminants enter our food and water, and to decipher controls on soil carbon cycling to improve prediction of global carbon budgets and potential management practices to limiting greenhouse gas emissions.  To obtain this goal, he and his group examine the coupled chemical, biological, and hydrological processes controlling the cycling of elements ranging from carbon to arsenic and uranium within soils and sediment

LaSells Stewart Center (campus map)
Ag Science Room
Emmalie Goodwin
1 541 737 5093
emmalie.goodwin at oregonstate.edu
Crop and Soil Science
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