Faculty

J.F. Devlin
Professor
785-864-4994
120 Lindley

Interests: Hydrogeology, contaminants in groundwater, groundwater remediation, aquifer characterization, reactive transport

David Fowle
Associate Professor
785-864-1955
321 Lindley

Interests: Metals in the environment, limnology, impacts of mining on water resources, carbon sequestration

 L. Macpherson
Associate Professor
785-864-2742
112A Lindley Hall

Interests: Hydrogeology, aqueous geochemistry, water-rock interactions, groundwater in the global carbon cycle, climate, water resources in areas of water scarcity

Craig Marshall
Associate Professor
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.

Jennifer A. Roberts
Associate Chairperson, Associate Professor
785-864-4997
104 Lindley Hall

Interests: Geobiology, biodegradation of organics in groundwater, microbial ecology, carbonate chemistry

Leigh A. Stearns
Assistant Professor
785-864-4202
4 Lindley

Interests: Glaciology, water flow beneath glaciers, glacial meltwater, and oceanography

Randy Stotler
Assistant Professor
785-864-6048
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.

George Tsoflias
Associate Professor
785-864-4584
302 Lindley Hall

Interests: Geophysics, ground penetrating radar (GPR) to track contaminants in fractured rock, GPR to detect and map microbial activity in granular aquifers




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