Craig Marshall

Associate Professor
Primary office:
785-864-6029
320C Lindley Hall


Interests: Application of spectroscopy to astrobiological and geobiological questions with focus on the state and preservation of carbon, and the examination of the granular iron surface in groundwater remediation.




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