Randy Stotler

Assistant Professor
Primary office:
107 Lindley Hall

Interests: Hydrogeochemistry, regional hydrogeology, isotope and environmental tracer geochemistry, water resources in developing nations, dissolved gases and methane hydrates, biogeochemistry, hydrogeology of High Plains-Ogallala, permafrost, crystalline rock, and planetary aquifers.

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