The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences is pleased to host Professor Tom Johnson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign:
"Tracing groundwater contaminant transformation, immobilization and transport (and doing some other fun redox geochemistry) using Cr, U, and Se isotope ratios."
The lecture will be followed by a reception in the EIT foyer.
The Adrian Smith Lecture Series
The Adrian Smith Lecture Series on Environmental Geochemistry, an annual lecture in environmental geochemistry, was established in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Waterloo by colleagues and friends in memory of Dr. Adrian Smith.
For more than a decade Adrian Smith was a regular visitor to our department, initially as guest speaker and later as an adjunct faculty member, a colleague and a supervisor to our students. Adrian generously gave his time, participating in technical discussions of thesis projects, providing comments and advice for improvements and fostering philosophical debates. These efforts are reflected in new approaches and attitudes that our students take toward research and science.
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