Research groups

Ecohydrology: A multidisciplinary research team dedicated to advancing the understanding of the fluxes and transformations of nutrient elements and metals at the groundwater–surface water interface, and assessing their consequences for aquatic ecosystems.

Environmental Geochemistry: Focuses on environmental problems including the impact of nutrients and climate change on aquatic ecosystems.

Environmental Isotopes Laboratory: Develops and applies isotopic technology to the environment.

Hydrogeology Geochemistry and Remediation (GGR): Aims to understand fate, transport, and remediation of metals, metalloids, and nutrients

Groundwater Geochemistry and Remediation Research Group: Promotes and organizes independent and collaborative research opportunities in all areas of hydrogeology