Profiles in "Environmental Geochemistry" Expertise Area

  • A creative and approachable educator and research scientist in the School of Molecular Sciences at ASU.
  • Chizmeshya's current research interests span a broad range of topics in computational physical chemistry and materials science.
  • Dr. Sandrin serves as vice provost of ASU's West Valley campus and dean of the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences.
  • Anbar is an ASU President’s Professor, expert in Earth's evolution as an inhabited world. He pioneers digital learning innovation as Director of ASU’s Center for Education Through Exploration.
  • Associate professor at ASU's School of Molecular Sciences. Wolf's research interests include fundamental studies of liquids and the amorphous state, and carbon sequestration, among others.
  • Shock studies how geologic processes have geochemical consequences that enable biological responses through fieldwork in extreme ecosystems, hydrothermal experiments on organic transformations, and modeling of water-organic-rock-microbe systems
  • Hervig uses the elemental and isotopic chemistry of earth and extraterrestrial materials to deduce their origin and evolution. The main analytical tool he uses is secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS).
  • Westerhoff has garnered wide recognition for his work related to treatment and occurrence of emerging contaminants in water.
  • Nari enjoys connecting local and regional processes; from hillslope topography and sediment production to landscape evolution.
  • Dr. Thompson is a geochemist with a special interest in marine geochemistry. She is also a professor of geology and environmental science and serves as the Faculty Instructor for the TRIO STEM Program.