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Environmental Chemistry

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Since the early 1970s, a major research focus has been environmental chemistry: beginning with notable contributions to atmospheric chemistry, then global change science and contaminant hydrology, and most recently surface water quality and biogeochemistry. We continue to be active in most of these areas. Growth areas for the near future appear to include environmental sensing, fate and effects of nanotechnologies, the chemistry of aerosols like tobacco smoke.

 

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