I am faculty in the Department of Geological Sciences and a member of CSUN's interdisciplinary Water Science Program. My research focuses on the transport and fate of contaminants in the environment, with an emphasis on the element mercury (Hg). Mercury changes form and toxicity in response to geochemical, biological, and physical processes. Given the complexity of natural systems, I collaborate with scientists in a range of disciplines, including biogeochemistry, hydrology, and geomorphology. I am also an advocate for enhancing diversity and inclusivity in academia.
- Ph.D. 2013, University of California Santa Cruz
- M.S. 1998, University of California Santa Cruz
- B.S. 1995, Indiana University
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