Monday, June 18, 2007: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Snake River (Boise Centre on the Grove)
Environmental Chemistry and Geochemistry
This symposium will provide a forum for research focused on identifying the source, transport, and fate of environmental contaminants in the subsurface. Applications involving environmental protection and remediation strategies for natural and anthropogenic contaminants will also be highlighted.
Organizer:Christopher Brown
Presider:Christopher Brown
8:00 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:05 AMFluorescence sensitization and anisotropy of terbium associated with humic acid size fractions
Ray Von Wandruszka, Jeremy Riggle
8:35 AM31P Chemical shift anisotropy in humate-phosphate complexes
Jeremy Riggle, Ray Von Wandruszka
9:05 AMReduction of arsenic by humic acids adsorbed on mineral surfaces
Noel Palmer, Ray Von Wandruszka
9:35 AMSimulation of in-situ arsenic remediation in groundwater: iron precipitation and arsenic immobilization by batch and column experiments
Solomon W. Leung, Songqiao Chen, Golam M.I. Chowdhury, James C.K. Lai
10:05 AMBreak
10:30 AMComparisons of Silica Polyamine Composites and Crosslinked Polystrenes
Edward Rosenberg, Jessica Wood, Brianne Cross, Onn Wong
11:00 AMStudies into the coordination environment of cobalt on a tethered polyamine
Edward Rosenberg, Jesse James Allen
11:30 AMAutomated radioanalytical system for the determination of Sr-90 in environmental water samples: development of a prototype groundwater monitor for autonomous field operation
Matthew J. O'Hara, Scott R. Burge
12:00 PMConcluding Remarks

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