Our work is funded by
Other biogeochemists at ESF include
Kim Schulz works on biogeochemical related issues in freshwater systems
Dr. Mark Teece leads this initiative and if you are interested in graduate or undergraduate research opportunities please email me
INTERESTED IN THIS RESEARCH?
Biogeochemistry involves the study of biological, geological and chemical processes. We use chemical techniques to understand the functioning of coral reefs and other aquatic environments
Our research group works on many environmental chemistry topics in the ocean, and also in lakes and rivers