Our research interests encompass a wide variety of environmental systems - ranging from groundwater to marine sediment and hydrothermal vents - and cover spatial scales from micrometers (microbial scale) to kilometers (marsh settings), and time scales from seconds to thousands of years.


We integrate process-based knowledge from different disciplines into numerical reactive-transport models, to test our understanding of the natural environment, to reason on natural variability and, potentially, predict responses to natural variations and human activity.


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nsf  doe  gom  usda  seagrant  franklin