My research involves investigating how interactions between sediments, water, and microorganisms can influence water quality. I spent 5 years studying the occurrence and mobility of uranium in the High Plains Aquifer as part of my PhD. Soon after graduating, I accepted a position as an Assistant Geoscientist at the Nebraska Conservation and Survey Division. I plan on continuing my work on uranium mobility in the High Plains while applying my expertise in geochemistry to new problems including soil health and how groundwater chemistry can impact the lifespan of agricultural equipment.
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