Biogeochemistry

Research in the Geochemistry group focuses on low temperature and low pressure geochemistry in aquatic systems, both freshwater and marine environments. Our research objectives are to characterize and understand the biogeochemical processes that regulate the distribution of inorganic and organic compounds to determine their impact on the environment in the past, the present, and the future. Geochemical measurements are also used in geological and biological archives such as corals, deep sea sediments, and cave deposits to investigate ocean and climate history. Some of our research is field-based and includes oceanic cruises, in situ measurements in coastal and deep-sea environments, and investigations in pristine or polluted rivers, lakes, aquifers, and coastal marshes. Laboratory-based research investigates interactions between minerals, microorganisms, and dissolved chemicals to characterize the processes that mediate their dissolution and precipitation.  Learn more.

Academic & Research Faculty:
Postdoctoral Fellow
ADVANCE Professor and Georgia Power Faculty Scholar
Adjunct Faculty
Postdoctoral Fellow
Associate Chair, Professor
Assistant Professor
Research Scientist I
Research Scientist I
Professor
Associate Professor
Associate Chair, Professor
Postdoctoral Fellow
Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor
Current Graduate Students:
Advisor:
Taillefert, Dr. Martial
Advisor:
Tang, Dr. Yuanzhi
Advisor:
Glass, Dr. Jennifer
Advisor:
Taillefert, Dr. Martial
Advisor:
Cobb, Dr. Kim
Advisor:
Tang, Dr. Yuanzhi
Advisor:
Cobb, Dr. Kim
Advisor:
Reinhard, Dr. Chris
Advisor:
Tang, Dr. Yuanzhi