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Research Interests

My present research program is directed towards understanding the key environmental processes that control the fate of metals in aquatic systems. Other current emphases focus on understanding how the chemical speciation of metals control their bio-uptake (Hg in particular). I am also working on developing the theoretical and analytical framework for assessing the chemical speciation of metals in complex environmental samples. In addition, I collaborate with other PIs from Northwestern bringing my experience in synchrotron radiation to perform either spectroscopic - X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy -, scattering and x-ray computer microtomography experiments.

Keywords

  • Early diagenesis
  • Aquatic chemisty
  • Environmental geochemistry: Metal speciation and biogeochemical cycling of metals and metalloids
  • X-ray absorption spectroscopy
  • Sediments
  • Synchrotron radiation

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Research Output 1984 2018

  • 2482 Citations
  • 91 Article
  • 14 Chapter
  • 3 Other contribution
  • 1 Conference contribution

Interplay between flow and bioturbation enhances metal efflux from low-permeability sediments

Xie, M., Wang, N., Gaillard, J. F. & Packman, A. I. Nov 5 2018 In : Journal of Hazardous Materials. 341, p. 304-312 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

sediment
Hydrodynamics
Permeability
Metals
Sediments
sulfide
fold
atomic absorption spectroscopy
X-ray spectroscopy
Frangula

Attenuation of Microbial Stress Due to Nano-Ag and Nano-TiO2 Interactions under Dark Conditions

Wilke, C. M., Tong, T., Gaillard, J. F. & Gray, K. A. Oct 18 2016 In : Environmental Science and Technology. 50, 20, p. 11302-11310 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Acrodermatitis
Biological Therapy
toxicity
Addison Disease
Agglutination Tests
2 Citations

Chronic addition of a common engineered nanomaterial alters biomass, activity and composition of stream biofilm communities

Binh, C. T. T., Adams, E., Vigen, E., Tong, T., Alsina, M. A., Gaillard, J. F., Gray, K. A., Peterson, C. G. & Kelly, J. J. 2016 In : Environmental Science: Nano. 3, 3, p. 619-630 12 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Carrier Proteins
Biofilms
biofilm
African horse sickness virus
Autobiography
1 Citations

Hydrodynamic Forcing Mobilizes Cu in Low-Permeability Estuarine Sediments

Xie, M., Wang, N., Gaillard, J. F. & Packman, A. I. May 3 2016 In : Environmental Science and Technology. 50, 9, p. 4615-4623 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

sediment
Sediments
hydrodynamics
permeability
Alphavirus