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Scott Fendorf

Scott  Fendorf
Title:Terry Huffington Professor; Department Chair; Senior Fellow, Woods Institute for the Environment
Primary Affiliation:Department of Environmental Earth System Science
Other Affiliations:Earth Systems, E-IPER
Office Location:Green Earth Sci.  301
Research Group:Soil and Environmental Biogeochemistry
Phone:(650) 723-5238
Fax:(650) 725-2199
E-mail:fendorf@stanford.edu

Research

I am interested in the chemical and biological processes that govern the fate and transport (and thus cycling) of contaminants (such as arsenic) and nutrients (such as phosphate) within soils, sediments, and surface waters. My research group examines the chemical environments that develop as a result of both biotic and abiotic processes, and we strive to account for the physical complexity, inclusive of solute transport, within natural settings. Our particular emphasis is on reactions that change the oxidation state (redox reactions) and associated speciation of contaminants and nutrients, or solids that control their partitioning, within soils and sediments.

Teaching

I teach a range of courses on soils and soil processes that encompass their rates of development, unique features for plant growth, ability to filter contaminants, management for sustained agricultural productivity, and their sensitivity to human disturbance. I am also a co-instructor for a course on field research in Earth Systems.

Professional Activities

Faculty Director for Environmental Measurements Facility (2006-present); Terman Fellow, Stanford University (1999-2002); Stanford University Fellow (2004-06); National Research Council Committee for Defining Contaminant Bioavailability in Soils and Sediments (2000-02); Advisory Council and Faculty Representative for Environmental Molecular Science Laboratory, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (2007-present); Chemical Geology Editor for the special issue "Controls on Arsenic Transport in Near-Surface Aquatic Systems" (2006); NAS panel for Frontiers in Soil Science Research (2005); Panel organizer for DOE Environmental Remediation Science Program's "Influence of Coupled Biological, Chemical, and Physical Processes on Contaminant Fate and Transport" (2006)

Education

  • 1992 | Ph.D. Soil & Environ. Chemistry University of Delaware
  • 1990 | M.S. Soil Chemistry University of California
  • 1988 | B.S. Soil Science California Polytechnic State University

Professional Experience

  • 2011 - Present | Terry Huffington Professor of Earth Science
  • 2008 - Present | Senior Fellow (by courtesy) Woods Institute for the Environment
  • 2007 - Present | Professor Environmental Earth System Science
  • 2005 - Present | Affiliate Faculty, IPER
  • 2003 - 2007 | Associate Professor of Geological & Environmental Sciences Stanford University
  • 1999 - 2002 | Assistant Professor of Geological & Environmental Sciences Stanford University
  • 1999 - Present | Affiliate Faculty Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory
  • 1998 - 1999 | Associate Professor Soil Science Division, University of Idaho
  • 1997 - 1999 | Adjunct Professor Chemistry Department, University of Idaho
  • 1994 - Present | Pacific Northwest Laboratory Affiliate Staff Scientist
  • 1993 - 1998 | Assistant Professor Soil Science Division, University of Idaho
  • 1990 - 1992 | Graduate Research Fellow University of Delaware

Honors & Awards

  • 2009 | Fellow, Soil Science Society of America
  • 2005 | Presidential Citation for Outstanding Achievement, University of Delaware
  • 2005 | Outstanding Teaching Award, School of Earth Science, Stanford University
  • 2004 - 2006 | Stanford University Fellow
  • 2001 | Marion L. and Chrystie M. Jackson Soil Science Award for Outstanding Contributions in Soil Chemistry, Soil Science Society of America.
  • 1999 | Terman Fellow, Stanford University
  • 1993 | Emil Truog Award for Outstanding Dissertation in Soil Science; Soil Science Society of America
  • 1993 | Theodore Wolf Prize for Outstanding Dissertation in the Physical and Life Sciences; University of Delaware
  • 1992 | Outstanding Graduate Student Award, SSSA-Northeast Division
  • 1988 | Soil & Water Conservation Service Scholarship

University Service

  • 2009 - 2010 | Co-Chair, Wood Institute for the Environment EVP Selection Committee
  • 2008 - Present | SIGF Selection Committee
  • 2008 - Present | Committee on Undergraduate Standards and Policy
  • 2007 - Present | University Committee on Environmental Health and Safety
  • 2007 - Present | Chair, EESS
  • 2006 - 2007 | Associate Chair, GES
  • 2006 - Present | Faculty Director, Environmental Measurements Facility
  • 2006 - 2007 | ERE Faculty Selection Committee
  • 2005 - Present | Wood Institute for the Environment Research Committee
  • 2005 - Present | UPS Endowment Review Committee
  • 2005 - Present | EEES Advisory Committee
  • 2005 - 2006 | GES Undergraduate Environmental Earth Science Curriculum Committee
  • 2005 - Present | SES Undergraduate Environmental Science Program Committee
  • 2005 | Stanford Institute for the Environment Research Committee
  • 2004 - 2005 | SES Graduate Academic Programs Committee
  • 2004 - 2005 | GES Admissions Committee Chair
  • 2004 - Present | Earth Science Council Member
  • 2003 - 2004 | GES Admissions Committee, Chair
  • 2003 - 2009 | Sexual Harassment Officer, School of Earth Sciences
  • 2003 | GES Long-range Planning Committee
  • 2001 - Present | Earth Systems Advisory Council
  • 2001 - 2002 | Member, Search Committee, Geomicrobiology
  • 2001 - 2002 | Member, Undergraduate Program Committee for GES
  • 2001 - 2004 | Member, GES Long-range Planning Committee

Professional Activities

  • 2011-12 | Soil Science Society of America, Soil Chemistry Division Chair Elect
  • 2011-13 | Member of Soil Science Society of America Conference Committee
  • 2011 | Symposium Organizer (with Shawn Benner and Ruben Kretzchmar), “Biogeochemical Processes within Floodplain and Deltaic Sediments”, Goldschmidt conference, Prague, CZ, 2011.
  • 2010-Present | Advisory board member, Delaware Environmental Institute
  • 2009 - Present | member, U.S. National Committee for Soil Science
  • 2009 | Organizer, AGU Chapman Conference on Arsenic in Groundwater of Southern Asia, Siem Reap, Cambodia, 2009.
  • 2009 | Symposium Organizer (with Ruben Kretzchmar), “Biogeochemistry at Redox Interfaces”, Goldschmidt Conference, Davos, Switzerland, 2009.
  • 2009 | Invited presentations: AGU Chapman Conference on Arsenic in Groundwater of Southern Asia, Siem Reap, Cambodia; 
  • 2009 | Invited Presentation: Stanford Ethics Society Seminar Series. Stanford, CA; 
  • 2009 | Invited Presentation: Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory Seminar Series. SLAC, CA.; 
  • 2009 | Invited Presentation: ETH Seminar Series, Zurich
  • 2008 - Present | Associate Editor, Vadose Zone Journal
  • 2007 - 2009 | Facility Representative for the Environmental Spectroscopy and Biogeochemistry Program, and member of the Advisory Council, Environmental Molecular Science Laboratory, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
  • 2006 | Session Organizer, Influence of Coupled Biological, Chemical, and Physical Processes on Contaminant Fate and Transport, DOE Environmental Remediation Science Program Investigator meeting,
  • 2006 | Invited Lecture: “Biogeochemical Processes Governing the Fate of Chromium and Uranium within Soils and Waters”, Stanford Environmental Engineering and Science Seminar Series; 
  • 2006 | Invited Lecture: “Dependency of Electron Transfer Rates on Changing and Localized Solid Phase Chemistry”, Biogeochemical Grand Challenge, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; 
  • 2006 Invited Lecture: “Heterogeneity in Biogeochemical Processes Impacting Contaminant Fate and Transport”, DOE ERSP Annual Meeting;
  • 2006 Invited Lecture: “Pathways of Ferric (Hydr)oxide Reductive Transformation and Impacts on Contaminant Transport”, Telluride Workshop: Iron Redox Chemistry at Environmentally Relevant Surfaces;
  •  2006 Invited Lecture: “The Largest Mass Poisoning in History: Arsenic in Drinking Water”, Pinhead Institute’s Public Lecture, Telluride, CO; 
  • 2006 | Invited Lecture: Biogeochemical Processes Governing the Cycling of Arsenic in Surface and Subsurface Environments” American Chemical Society National Meeting;
  • 2006 Invited lecture: “Processes Governing the Transport of Arsenic: Contrasts Between the Mekong and Ganges-Brahmaputra Deltas”, Columbia University Earth Science Forum.
  • 2005 | Invited lecture: Processes Controlling the Toxicity and Transport of Chromium and Arsenic in Groundwater. Advanced Photon Source Scientific Advisory Board Meeting; 
  • 2005 | Invited lecture: The Greatest Mass Poisoning in History: Processes of Arsenic Liberation to Drinking Water in Asia. Earth Science Seminar Series, University of California, Santa Cruz;
  •  2005 | Invited lecture:Processes Controlling the Cycling of Arsenic in Soils and Sediments. British Mineralogy Society Meeting, Bath, UK;
  • 2005 | Invited lecture: Solid-Phase Species (Associations) of Arsenic in Bengal Basin Sediments. MIT Symposium on Arsenic in Bangladesh;
  • 2005 | Invited lecture:What Stands Between Environmental Toxins and Drinking Water? Stanford Graduate Student Lecture Series; 
  • 2005 | Invited lecture:Soils Earth Systems 10 Lecture; Biogeochemical processes controlling the cycling of arsenic. Stanford EMSI seminar; 
  • 2005 | Invited lecture: Processes Governing the Largest Mass Poisoning in History: Arsenic in Drinking Water of Asia. University of Delaware; 
  • 2005 | Invited lectureIntegrated Process Controls on Elemental Cycling within the Critical Zone. National Science Foundation Workshop on Frontiers in Exploration of the Critical Zone, University of Delaware; 
  • 2005 | Invited lecture: Gaining a Molecular-Level Understanding of Processes Governing the Fate and Transport of Ions/Chemical within Soils Frontiers in Soil Science Research, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC; 
  • 2005 | Invited lecture: Biotransformation Rates of Iron Governing Chromium and Uranium Transport. (Winter) | National Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.
  • 2005 | Participant and speaker for National Academy of Sciences workshop on Frontiers in Soil Science Research
  • 2005 | Participant in National Science Foundation Workshop on Frontiers in Exploration of the Critical Zone,
  • 2005 - 2006 | Guest Editor, Chemical Geology special issue on Controls on Arsenic Transport in Near-Surface Aquatic Systems
  • 2004 | Symposium Organizer, Mechanisms of Electron Transfer at the Mineral-Water Interface, Soil Science Society of America National Meeting, Seattle, 2004.
  • 2004 | NSF Workshop participant on Preparing for an Academic Career in Geosciences, University of Minnesota, 2004.
  • 2004 - 2005 | Organizing member of ISSM/ISBE Symposia
  • 2004 | Invited lecture: Mechanisms of arsenic cycling: Current conditions in Bangladesh and emerging situations throughout Asia. Geology Club Seminar, Cal Tech;
  •  2004 | Invited lecture: Processes controlling arsenic cycling in surface and subsurface environments. Purdue University;
  •  2004 | Invited lecture: Mechanisms biomineralization of Fe(II) sequestration following dissimilatory iron reduction of structurally diverse Fe(III) (hydr)oxides. Water-Rock Interactions, Saratoga, NY; 
  • 2004 | Invited lecture: What Stands Between Environmental Toxins and Drinking Water? Stanford Graduate Student Lecture; 
  • 2004 | Invited lecture: Soils of Jasper Ridge, Docent Lecture Series, JRBP.
  • 2003 | Symposium Organizer, Arsenic Dynamics within Soils and Sediments, Soil Science Society of America National Meeting, Denver, 2003.
  • 2003 | NSF Workshop participant on Preparing for an Academic Career in Geosciences, Stanford University.
  • 2003 | Review Panel Member for DOE-EPSCoR program.
  • 2003 | Symposium Organizer, Synchrotron Techniques in Environmental Microbiology and Biogeochemistry, Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory Annual Meeting, Stanford, CA.
  • 2003 | Invited Lecture Process controlling the release of arsenic in surface and subsurface environments. USGS Seminar Series, Menlo Park, CA;
  •  2003 Invited Lecture: Processes governing the fate of arsenic within the surface and near-surface environment. Biogeochemistry Seminar Series, Stanford, CA.;
  •  2003 Invited Lecture: Arsenic cycling within surface and subsurface environments: The addiction to iron. Thermal Biology Institute Seminar Series, Montana State University. Bozeman, MT.; 
  • 2003 Invited Lecture: Microbially mediate reductive transformations of ferric oxides: Impacts on Cr and U dynamics.Scripps Institute of Oceanography;
  •  2003 Invited Lecture: Reductive biotransformations within soils and sediments: Controlling factors in the mobility of heavy metals and radionuclides.Oregon Graduate Institute; 
  • 2003 Invited lecture: Arsenic cycling within surface and subsurface environments: Impact of iron mineralogy. American Chemical Society National Meeting, New York, NY;
  •  2003 Invited Lecture: Cycling and global threats of arsenic.Soil Science Society of America National Meeting, Denver, CO; 
  • 2003 Invited Lecture: Speciation and desorption mechanisms of arsenic within Bangladesh sediments. Soil Science Society of America National Meetings, Denver, CO; 
  • 2003 Invited lecture: Mechanisms of arsenic cycling.School of Earth Sciences, Stanford University;
  •  2003 Invited Lecture: Biogeochemistry of metal reduction.Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Grand Challenge Seminar.
  • 2002 | Invited Lecture: Iron transformations under biological reducing conditions, Geological Sciences Seminar, UC Berkeley; 
  • 2002 | Invited Lecture: Arsenic dynamics within reducing soil/sediment environments Gordon Conference, Environmental Science: Water. Plymouth, NH; 
  • 2002 | Invited Lecture: Biogenic evolution of microscale heterogeneity: Impact on contaminant dynamics Goldschmidt Conference, Davos, Switzerland; 
  • 2002 | Invited Lecture: Uranium retention by biogenic magnetite Goldschmidt Conference, Davos, Switzerland;
  •  2002 | Invited Lecture:Sustained Microbial Metabolism and Contaminant Sequestration Upon Reductive Biomineralization of Ferric Hydroxides American Geophysical Union. San Francisco, CA; 
  • 2002 | Invited Lecture:Modeling the reactive transport and biomineralization of ferrihydrite reductive dissolution. American Chemical Society, Orlando, FL; 
  • 2002 | Invited Lecture:Mechanisms of Fe biomineralization induced by dissimilatory iron reduction American Chemical Society, Orlando, FL; 
  • 2002 | Invited Lecture: Impact of solid-phase alterations on reduction pathways of chromate American Chemical Society, Orlando, FL.
  • 2002 - 2005 | Geochemical Society, Goldschmidt Planning Committee
  • 2001 | Invited Lecture:Unique Physical and Chemical Properties of Soils. Stanford Community Farm, Stanford, CA.
  • 2001 Invited Lecture Reduction of chromium in surface and subsurface environments: Contributions of biological and abiological processes. Goldschmidt Conference, Hot Springs, VA.
  • 2001 Invited Lecture Reductive dissolution and biomineralization of iron oxides under dynamic flow conditions. Goldschmidt Conference, Hot Springs, VA.
  • 2001 Invited Lecture Element-specific microtomographic imaging of metal distribution (and speciationNULL) in contaminated systems. American Chemical Society, Chicago, IL.
  • 2001 Invited Lecture Defining the speciation and chemical dynamics of contaminants within the vadose zone. American Geophysical Union National Meetings, San Francisco, CA.
  • 2001 Invited Lecture: Speciating trace elements within natural environments: Impacts on bioavailability. International Conference on the Bioavailability of Trace Elements.
  • 2000 - Present | Soil Science Advisory Council, Soil Science Department, California Polytechnic State University, SLO
  • 2000 - 2002 | National Research Council committee on Defining Contaminant Bioavailability in Soils and Sediments, 2000-2002
  • 2000 | Invited Lecture: Environmental influential reactions and speciation of sulfur within soils and waters, SSRL Workshop on Chemistry of Sulfur in the Environment, Stanford, CA. 
  • 2000 | Invited lecture: Contaminant transformations in natural environments: The role of biologica
  • 1999 | Review Panel Member for USDA's National Research Competitive Grants Program in Soil and Soil Biology
  • 1999 | Review Panel Member for DoD's Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP)
  • 1999 - 2002 | Selection committee member for Outstanding Researcher in Soil Science, Soil Science Society of America
  • 1999 | Invited Lecture: Competing biological and geochemical processes in metal and radionuclide reduction, DOE workshop Combined Chemical and Microbiological Approaches to Remediating Metal and Radionuclide Contaminants, Reston, VA. Factors promoting an
  • 1998 | Review Panel Member for PNNL's Laboratory Directed Research and Development Program
  • 1998 - 2000 | Associate Editor, Journal of Environmental Quality
  • 1998 | Invited Lecture: Trace element cycling within the Coeur d'Alene River system. Department of Geology Seminar Series, University of Idaho, Moscow.
  • 1998 | Invited Lecture: Metal ion structures within soil environments. Department of Chemistry Seminar Series, University of Idaho
  • 1997 | Invited Lecture: Fundamental aspects and applications of x-ray absorption spectroscopy in clay and soil science. Clay Mineral Society Workshop on Applications of Synchrotron Radiation in Clay Science, Ottawa, Canada. Sulfur speciation in humic materi
  • 1996 - 1998 | Committee member for Soil Science Society of America Emil Truog Outstanding Graduate Student Award
  • 1996 - 1999 | Selection committee member for American Society of Agronomy Environmental Quality Research Award Committee (A447)
  • 1995 - Present | Member of NCR-174, Soil Scientists for Synchrotron Based Research
  • 1995 - Present | W-184, Western Soil Chemistry Work Group

Courses Taught

  • 2012 (Spring) | EESS 155 Science of Soils [Enrolled 27]
  • 2012 (Winter) | EESS 156/256 Soil and Water Chemistry [Enrolled 25]
  • 2012 (Winter) | EESS 212 Field Processes in Earth Systems[Enrolled 15]
  • 2011 (Spring) | EESS 155 Science of Soils [Enrolled 38]
  • 2010 (Fall) | EarthSci 117 Earth Sciences in Hawaiian Islands]
  • 2009 (Spring) | EESS 155 Science of Soils [Enrolled 30]
  • 2009 (Winter) | EESS 156 Dis Soil and Water Chemistry [Enrolled 9]
  • 2009 (Winter) | EESS 156/256 Soil and Water Chemistry [Enrolled 9]
  • 2009 (Spring) | EESS 400 Graduate Research
  • 2009 (Fall) | EESS 400 Graduate Research [Enrolled 4]
  • 2009 (Fall) | EESS 801 TGR Dissertation [Enrolled 1]
  • 2009 (Winter) | 400 Graduate Research [Enrolled 4]
  • 2009 (Spring) | EARTHSYS 250 Directed Research [Enrolled 1]
  • 2008 (Summer) | EESS 802 TGR Dissertation [Enrolled 1]
  • 2008 (Spring) | EARTHSYS1891 / BIO2061LAB Earth Systems Field Studies [Enrolled 11]
  • 2008 (Spring) | EESS155 Science of Soils [Enrolled 16]
  • 2008 (Winter) | EESS156 / EESS 256 Soil Chemistry [Enrolled 16]
  • 2008 (Spring) | EESS 802 TGR Dissertation [Enrolled 1]
  • 2008 (Fall) | EESS 400 Graduate Research [Enrolled 1]
  • 2008 (Fall) | EESS 802 TGR Dissertation [Enrolled 3]
  • 2008 (Winter) | EESS 802 TGR Dissertation [Enrolled 1]
  • 2008 (Summer) | EESS 400 Graduate Research [Enrolled 1]
  • 2008 (Spring) | EESS 400 Graduate Research [Enrolled 5]
  • 2007 (Fall) | GES 192 Ugrad Research in G&ES [Enrolled 2]
  • 2007 (Spring) | GES 399 Advanced Projects [Enrolled 3]
  • 2007 (Winter) | GES 192 Ugrad Research in G&ES [Enrolled 1]
  • 2007 (Fall) | GES 299 Field Research [Enrolled 1]
  • 2007 (Fall) | GES 802 TGR Dissertation [Enrolled 2]
  • 2007 (Fall) | GES 801 TGR Project [Enrolled 1]
  • 2007 (Fall) | GES 400 Graduate Research [Enrolled 1]
  • 2007 (Fall) | GES 399 Advanced Projects [Enrolled 2]
  • 2007 (Winter) | GES 399 Advanced Projects [Enrolled 3]
  • 2007 (Winter) | GES 802 TGR Dissertation [Enrolled 1]
  • 2007 (Spring) | GES 175 Science of Soils [Enrolled 15]
  • 2007 (Spring) | GES175 Science of Soils [Enrolled 15]
  • 2007 (Spring) | GES 400 Graduate Research [Enrolled 1]
  • 2007 (Summer) | GES 399 Advanced Projects [Enrolled 1]
  • 2007 (Summer) | GES 802 TGR Dissertation [Enrolled 1]
  • 2007 (Summer) | GES 399 Advanced Projects [Enrolled 2]
  • 2007 (Spring) | GES 802 TGR Dissertation [Enrolled 1]
  • 2007 (Spring) | GES 192 Ugrad Research in G&ES [Enrolled 1]
  • 2006 (Spring) | GES 192 Ugrad Research in G&ES [Enrolled 1]
  • 2006 (Fall) | GES 192 Ugrad Research in G&ES [Enrolled 2]
  • 2006 (Winter) | GES 192 Ugrad Research in G&ES [Enrolled 1]
  • 2006 (Fall) | GES 399 Adv Projects [Enrolled 2]
  • 2006 (Winter) | GES 399 Adv Projects [Enrolled 3]
  • 2006 (Spring) | GES 399 Adv Projects [Enrolled 3]
  • 2006 (Fall) | GES 400 Graduate Research [Enrolled 1]
  • 2006 (Fall) | GES 802 TGR Dissertation [Enrolled 2]
  • 2006 (Winter) | GES 802 TGR Dissertation [Enrolled 1]
  • 2006 (Spring) | GES 175 Science of Soils [Enrolled 15]
  • 2006 (Summer) | GES 399 Advanced Projects [Enrolled 4]
  • 2006 (Summer) | GES 802 TGR Dissertation [Enrolled 2]
  • 2006 (Winter) | GES 266 Soil Chemistry [Enrolled 11]
  • 2006 (Winter) | GES 400 Graduate Research [Enrolled 1]
  • 2006 (Spring) | GES 802 TGR Dissertation [Enrolled 1]
  • 2006 (Spring) | GES 400 Graduate Research [Enrolled 2]
  • 2006 (Fall) | GES 399 Advanced Projects [Enrolled 5]
  • 2005 | EARTHSYS 250 Directed Research [Enrolled 1]
  • 2005 (Spring) | GES 175 Science of Soils [Enrolled 20]
  • 2005 | GES 265 Microbially Mediated Redox Processes (w/ Francis) [Enrolled 12]
  • 2005 (Winter) | GES 400 Graduate Research [Enrolled 2]
  • 2005 (Fall) | GES 400 Graduate Research [Enrolled 2]
  • 2005 | GES 175 Science of Soils [Enrolled 20]
  • 2005 (Spring) | GES 399 Advanced Projects [Enrolled 5]
  • 2005 (Summer) | GES 399 Advanced Projects [Enrolled 4]
  • 2005 (Summer) | GES 400 Graduate Research [Enrolled 3]
  • 2005 (Winter) | GES 265 Redox in Soils & Sediment [Enrolled 12]
  • 2005 (Spring) | GES 400 Graduate Research [Enrolled 2]
  • 2005 (Spring) | GES 192 Ugrad Research in G&ES [Enrolled 1]
  • 2005 (Winter) | GES 399 Advanced Projects [Enrolled 5]
  • 2004 | GES166 / GES266 Soil Chemistry [Enrolled 20]
  • 2004 (Winter) | GES399 Advanced Projects [Enrolled 5]
  • 2004 (Winter) | GES400 Graduate Research [Enrolled 2]
  • 2004 | GES 266A Recent Developments in Microbial Redox Transformations (w/ Francis) [Enrolled 6]
  • 2004 (Spring) | GES 400 Graduate Research [Enrolled 2]
  • 2004 (Summer) | GES 399 Advanced Projects [Enrolled 2]
  • 2004 (Summer) | GES 400 Graduate Research [Enrolled 2]
  • 2004 (Spring) | | GES 399 Advanced Projects [Enrolled 6]
  • 2003 (Winter) | GES399 Advanced Projects [Enrolled 3]
  • 2003 | GES175 Science of Soils [Enrolled 28]
  • 2003 | GES198 Special Problems in GES [Enrolled 1]
  • 2003 | GES189 / EARTHSYS189 / BIOSCI206 Field Studies in Earth Systems (w/ Matson, Miller) [Enrolled 12]
  • 2003 (Spring) | GES400 Graduate Research [Enrolled 2]
  • 2003 (Winter) | GES400 Graduate Research [Enrolled 2]
  • 2003 (Spring) | GES802 TGR Dissertation [Enrolled 1]
  • 2003 (Spring) | GES399 Advanced Projects [Enrolled 2]
  • 2003 (Summer) | GES802 TGR Dissertation [Enrolled 1]
  • 2003 (Summer) | GES399 Advanced Projects [Enrolled 3]
  • 2003 (Summer) | GES400 Graduate Research [Enrolled 2]
  • 2003 (Fall) | GES399 Advanced Projects [Enrolled 3]
  • 2003 (Fall) | GES400 Graduate Research [Enrolled 3]
  • 2002 | GES175 The Science of Soils [Enrolled 45]
  • 2002 | GES189 / EARTHSYS 189 / BIOSCI 206 Field Studies in Earth Systems (w/ Chiarello, Ackerly, Matson, Miller) [Enrolled 8]
  • 2002 | GES166 Soil Chemistry [Enrolled 15]
  • 2002 | GES369 Problems in GES [Enrolled 8]
  • 2002 | GES469 Research [Enrolled 18]
  • 2002 | GES801 TGR Project [Enrolled 3]
  • 2001 | GES465 Research in Soil Chemistry [Enrolled 20]
  • 2001 | GES265 Soil Chemical Dynamics [Enrolled 11]
  • 2001 | GES175 Science of Soils [Enrolled 14]
  • 2000 | GES166/266 Soil Chemistry [Enrolled 12]
  • 2000 | GES175 Science of Soils [Enrolled 33]
  • 2000 | GES460 Research in Low Temp. Aqueous Geochemistry [Enrolled 3]
  • 2000 | GES465 Research in Soil Chemistry. [Enrolled 12]
  • 1999 | GES469 Research in Geochemistry [Enrolled 1]
  • 1999 | GES460 Research in Low Temp. Aqueous Geochemistry [Enrolled 2]
  • 1999 | GES265 Soil Chemical Dynamics [Enrolled 8]

Publications

  • Du, X., B. Boonchayaanant, W.-M. Wu, S. Fendorf, J. Bargar, and C. S. Criddle. 2011. Reduction of uranium(VI) by soluble iron(II) conforms with thermodynamic predictions. Environ. Sci. Technol. 45: 4718-4725.

    Hinckley, E. L. S., S. Fendorf, and P. Matson. 2011. Short-term fates of high sulfur inputs in Northern California vineyard soils. Nut. Cycl. Agroecosys. 89: 135-142.

    Jardine, P.M., T.L. Mehlhorn, W. B. Bailey, S. C. Brooks, S. Fenodrf, R. W. Gentry, T. J. Phelps, and J. E. Saiers. 2011. Geochemical processes governing the fate and transport of chromium(III) and chromium(VI) in soil. Vadose Zone J. 10: 1058-1070.

    Kim, E.A., A.L. Seyfferth, S. Fendorf, and R.G. Luthy. 2011. Immobilization of Hg(II) in water with polysulfide-rubber (PSR) polymer-coated activated carbon. Water Res. 45: 453-460.

    Masue-Slowey, Y., R. Loeppert, and S. Fendorf. 2011. Alteration of ferrihydrite reductive dissolution and transformation by adsorbed As and structural Al: Implications for As retention. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 75: 870-886.

    Masue-Slowey, Y., B. D. Kocar, S. A. B. Jofre, K. U. Mayer, and S. Fendorf. 2011. Transport implications resulting from internal redistribution of arsenic and iron within constructed soil aggregates. Environ. Sci. Technol. 45: 582–588. (DOI: 10.1021/es1027663)

    Seyfferth, A.L., S. M. Webb, J.C. Andrews, and S. Fendorf. 2011. Defining the distribution of arsenic species and plant nutrients in rice (Oryza sativa L.) from the root to the grain. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 75:6655-6671.

    Sharma, P., R. Massimo, B. Kocar, S. Fendorf, A. Kappler. 2011. Influence of natural organic matter on As transport and retention. Environ. Sci. Technol. 45: 546–553.

    Stewart, B., R. T. Amos, and S. Fendorf. 2011. Influence of uranyl speciation and iron oxides on uranium biogeochemical redox reactions. Geomicrobiol. J. 28: 444-456.

    Zhuang, Y., S. Ahn, A. L. Seyfferth, Y. Masue-Slowey, S. Fendorf, and R.G. Luthy. Dehalogenation of polybrominated diphenyl ethers and polychlorinated byphenyl by bimetallic, impregnated, and nanoscale zerovalent iron. Environ. Sci. Technol. 45: 4896-4903. 

    Stewart, B., R. T. Amos, and S. Fendorf. 2011. Simultaneous microbial reduction of uranium(VI) and iron(III). J. Environ. Qual. 40: 90-97.

    Bonebrake, T. C., R. T. Navratil, C. L. Boggs, S. Fendorf, C. B. Field, P. R. Ehrlich. 2011. Native and non-native community assembly through edaphic manipulation: implications for habitat creation and restoration. Rest. Ecol. DOI: 10.1111/j.1526-100X.2010.00768.x 

    Kim, E., A.L. Seyfferth, S. Fendorf, R.G. Luthy. 2011. Immobilization of Hg(II) in water with polysulfide-rubber (PSR) polymer-coated activated carbon. Water Res. 45: 453-460.

    Ying, S.C., B.D. Kocar, S. Griffis, and S. Fendorf. 2011. Competitive Mn-oxide and microbially mediated redox process controlling arsenic speciation and partitioning. Environ. Sci. Technol. 45: 5572-5577. 

    Benner, S. G., and S. Fendorf. 2010. Arsenic in South Asia. Geography Compass 4: 1532-1552. 

    Fendorf, S., H. A. Michael, and A. van Geen. 2010. Spatial and temporal variations of groundwater arsenic in South and Southeast Asia. Science 328: 1123-1127.

  • 2010 * | Ginder-Vogel, M., B.D. Stewart, and S. Fendorf. 2010. Kinetic and mechanistic constraints on the oxidation of biogenic uraninite by ferrihydrite. Environ. Sci. Technol. 44: 163-169.
  • 2010 * | Kocar, B.D, T. Borch, and S. Fendorf. 2010. Arsenic mobilization and repartitioning during biogenic sulfidization and transformation of ferrihydrite. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 74: 980-994.
  • 2010 * | Pallud, C., Y. Masue-Slowey, and S. Fendorf. 2010. Aggregate-scale spatial heterogeneity in reductive transformation of ferrihydrite resulting from coupled biogeochemical and physical processes. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 74: 2811–2825.
  • 2010 * | Stewart, B.D., M. A. Mayes, and S. Fendorf. 2010. Impact of uranyl-calcium-carbonato complexes on uranium(VI) adsorption to synthetic and natural sediments. Environ. Sci. Technol. 44: 928-934.
  • 2010 * | Horak, H. M., J. S. Chynoweth, W. P. Myers, J. Davis, S. Fendorf, A. B. Boehm. 2010. Microbial and metal water quality in rain catchments compared with traditional drinking water sources in the East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea. J. Water Health doi: 10.2166/wh.2009.233
  • 2010 | Fendorf, S., P.S. Nico, B.D. Kocar, Y. Masue, and K.J. Tufano. 2010. Arsenic Chemistry in Soils and Sediments, in B. Singh and M. Grafe (Eds) Synchrotron-Based Techniques in Soils and Sediments. Elsevier Publishing. Pp. 357-378.
  • 2010 | Fendorf, S., H. A. Michael, and A. van Geen. 2010. Spatial and temporal variations of groundwater arsenic in South and Southeast Asia. Science In press.
  • 2009 * | Kocar, B.D., and S. Fendorf. 2009. Thermodynamic constraints on reductive reactions influencing the biogeochemistry of arsenic in soils and sediments. Environ. Sci. Technol. 43: 4871-4877.
  • 2009 * | Robinson, D.A., I. Lebron, B. Kocar, K. Phan, M. Sampson, N. Crook, and S. Fendorf. 2009. Time-Lapse geophysical imaging of tropical deltaic soils as an aid to interpreting hydrological and biogeochemical processes. Water Res. Res. 45: doi:10.1029/2008WR006984
  • 2009 * | Stewart, B.D., P.S. Nico, and S. Fendorf. 2009. Stability of uranium incorporated into Fe (hydr)oxides under fluctuating redox conditions. Environ. Sci. Technol. 43: 4922-4927.
  • 2009 * | Tufano, K.T., S.G. Benner, K. U. Mayer, M.A. Marcus, P.S. Nico, and S. Fendorf. 2009. Aggregate-scale heterogeneity in iron (hydr)oxide reductive transformation. Vadose Zone J. 4 : 1004-1012
  • 2009 * | Nico, P. S., and B. D. Stewart, and S. Fendorf. 2009. Incorporation of uranium(VI) into Fe(hydr)oxides during Fe(II) catalyzed remineralization. Environ. Sci. Technol. 43: 7391-7396
  • 2009 * | Pallud, C., M. Kausch, S. Fendorf, C. Meile. 2009. Spatial patterns of iron transformations within artificial soil aggregates: Experimental and modeling analysis of diffusion limited iron cycling. Environ. Sci. Technol. 43: 74-79
  • 2009 | Fendorf, S., and B.D. Kocar. 2009. Biogeochemical processes controlling the fate and transport of arsenic: Implications for South and Southeast Asia. In. D.L. Sparks (Ed) Advances in Agronomy. Vol. 104. Academic Press, NY. Pp. 137-164.
  • 2008 * | Tufano, K.T., C.W. Reyes, C. Saltikov, and S. Fendorf. 2008. Reductive processes controlling arsenic retention: Revealing the relative importance of iron and arsenic reduction. Environ. Sci. Technol. 42: 8283-8289
  • 2008 * | Tufano, K. T.,and S. Fendorf. 2008. Confounding impacts of iron reduction on arsenic retention. Environ. Sci. Technol. (In Press).
  • 2008 * | Hansel, C. M., S. Fendorf, P. M. Jardine, C. A. Francis. 2008. Changes in bacterial and archaeal community structure and functional diversity along a geochemically variable soil profile. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 74:1620-1633.
  • 2008 * | Benner, S.G., M.L. Polizzotto, B. D. Kocar, S. Ganguly, K. Phan, K. Ouch, M. Sampson, and S. Fendorf. 2008. Groundwater flow in an arsenic-contaminated aquifer, Mekong Delta, Cambodia. Appl. Geochem. 23: 3072–3087
  • 2008 | Mosely, R.A., M.O. Barnett, M.A. Stewart, T.L. Mehlhorn, P.M. Jardine, M. Ginder-Vogel, and S. Fendorf. 2008. Decreasing lead bioaccessibility in industrial and firing range soils with phosphate-based amendments. J. Environ. Qual. 37: 2116-2124 2008 * | Polizzotto, M. L., S. G. Benner, B. D. Kocar, M. Sampson, and S. Fendorf.
  • 2008. Near-surface wetland sediments as a source of arsenic release to groundwater in Asia. Nature 454: 505-508
  • 2007 * | Stewart, B. D., J. Neiss, and S. Fendorf. Quantifying constraints imposed by calcium and iron on bacterial reduction of uranium(VI). J. Environ. Qual. 36: 363-372.
  • 2007 * | Borch, T., Y. Masue, R. K., Kukkadapu, and S. Fendorf. Phosphate imposed limitations in biological reduction and alteration of ferrihydrite. Environ. Sci. Technol. 41: 166-172.
  • 2007 * | Cummings, D.E., S. Fendorf, R. K. Sani, B. M. Peyton, and T. S. Magnuson. Reduction of Cr(VI) under acidic conditions by the facultatively Fe(III)-reducing bacterium Acidiphilium cryptum. Environ. Sci. Technol. 41: 146-152.
  • 2007 * | Oze, C., D.K. Bird, and S. Fendorf. Genesis of hexavalent chromium from natural sources in soil and groundwater. PNAS 104: 6544-6549.
  • 2007 * | Borch, T. and S. Fendorf. 2007. Phosphate interactions with iron (hydr)oxides: Mineralization pathways and phosphorus retention upon bioreduction. In M.A. Barnett and D.B. Kent (Eds.) “Adsorption to Geomedia”. Academic Press, NY. p. 322-348.
  • 2007 * | Ginder-Vogel, M. and S. Fendorf. 2007. Biogeochemical uranium redox transformations: Potential oxidants of uraninite. In M.A. Barnett and D.B. Kent (Eds.) “Adsorption to Geomedia”. Academic Press, NY. p. 293-321.
  • 2007 | Fendorf, S., M. J. Herbel, K. J. Tufano, and B. Kocar. 2007. Biogeochemical processes controlling the cycling of arsenic in soils and sediments. In A. Violante, P. M. Huang, and G. Gadd (Eds) Biophysico-Chemical Processes of Heavy Metals and Metalloids in Soil Environments. IUPAC Division VI-Chemistry and the Environment. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, England. p. 313-338.
  • 2007 * | Bank, T.L., T.A. Vishnivetskaya, P.M. Jardine, M. Ginder-Vogel, S. Fendorf, M.E. Baldwin. 2007. Elucidating geochemical and biogeochemical uranium reduction on neutral, reducing soils. Geomicrobiology Journal 24:125-132.
  • 2007 * | Neiss, J., B. Stewart, P. Nico, S. Fendorf. 2007. Geochemical constrains on microbially mediated uranyl reduction. Environ. Sci. Technol. 41: 7343-7348.
  • 2007 * | Wu, W., J. Carley, J. Luo, M. A. Ginder-Vogel, E. Cardena, M. B. Leigh, C. Hwang, S. D. Kelly, C. Ruan, L. Wu, J. Van Nostrand, T. Gentry, K. Lowe, T. Mehlhorn, S. Carroll, M. W. Fields, B. Gu, D. Watson, K. M. Kemner, T. Marsh, J. Tiedje, J. Zhou, S. Fendorf, P. K. Kitanidis, P. M. Jardine, and C. S. Criddle 2007. In-situ bioreduction of uranium (VI) to submicromolar levels and reoxidation by dissolved oxygen. Environ. Sci. Technol. 41: 5716-5723.
  • 2006 * | Polizzotto, M. L., C. F. Harvey, G.-C. Li, B. Badruzzman, M. Newville, and S. Fendorf. Solid-phases and desorption processes of arsenic within Bangladesh sediments. Chemical Geology. 228: 97-111.
  • 2006 * | Herbel, M., S. Fendorf. Arsenic cycling within surface and subsurface environments: Impact of iron mineralogy and bioreduction processes. Chemical Geology. 228: 16-32.
  • 2006 * | Nyman, J., T. L. March, M. A. Ginder-Vogel, M. Gentile, S. Fendorf, C. Criddle. 2006. Heterogeneous response to biostimulation for U(VI) reduction in replicated sediment microcosms. Biodegradation 17: 303-316.
  • 2006 * | Ginder-Vogel, M. A., C. Criddle, and S. Fendorf. 2006. Thermodynamic constraints on the oxidation of biogenic UO2 by Fe(III) (hydr)oxides. Environ. Sci. Technol. 40: 3544-3550.
  • 2006 * | Toevs, G. R., M. J. Morra, M. L. Polizzotto, D. G. Strawn, B. C. Bostick, and S. Fendorf. 2006. Metal(loid) diagenesis in mining-impacted sediments of Lake Coeuríd Alene, Idaho. Environ. Sci. Technol. 40: 2537-2543.
  • 2006 * | Wu, W., J. Carley, T. Gentry, M. A. Ginder-Vogel, M. Fienen, T. Mehlhorn, H. Yan, S. Carroll, J. Nyman, J. Luo, M. E. Gentile, M. W. Fields, R. F. Hickey, D. Watson, O. A. Cirpka, S. Fendorf, J. Zhou, P. Kitanidis, P. M. Jardine, and C. S. Criddle. 2006. Pilot-scale bioremediation of uranium in a highly contaminated aquifer II: Reduction of U(VI) and geochemical control of U(VI) bioavailability. Environ. Sci. Technol. 40: 3986-3995.
  • 2006 * | Kocar, B.D., M. J. Herbel, K. J. Tufano, and S. Fendorf. Contrasting effects of dissimilatory iron(III) and arsenic(V) reduction on arsenic retention and transport. Environ. Sci. Technol. 40: 6715-6721.
  • 2005 * | Kelly, S.D., K.M. Kemner, S.C. Brooks, J.K. Fredrickson, S.L. Carrol, D.W. Kennedy, J.M. Zachara, A.E. Plymale, and S. Fendorf. 2005. Ca-UO2-CO3 Complexation ñ Implications for Bioremediation of U(VI). Physica Scripta T115, 915-917
  • 2005 * | Harrison, J., P. M. Matson, S. Fendorf. 2005. Effects of a diel oxygen cycle on nitrogen transformation and greenhouse gas emission in a eutrophied subtropical stream. Aquatic Sciences. 67: 308-315.
  • 2005 * | Ginder ñ Vogel, M., T. Borch, M. Mayes, P. Jardine, and S. Fendorf. 2005. Chromate reduction and retention processes within Hanford sediments. Environ. Sci. Technol. 39: 7833-7839.
  • 2005 * | Hansel, C.M., S. G. Benner, S. Fendorf. 2005. Competing Fe(II)-induced mineralization pathways of ferrihydrite. Environ. Sci. Technol. 39: 7147-7153.
  • 2005 * | Polizzotto, M. L., C. F. Harvey, S. R. Sutton, and S. Fendorf. 2005. Processes conducive to the release and transport of arsenic into aquifers of Bangladesh. PNAS 102: 18819-18823.
  • 2005 * | Yang, J.-K., M. O. Barnett, J. Zhuang, S. Fendorf, and P. M. Jardine. 2005. Adsorption, oxidation, and bioaccessibility of As(III) in soils. Environ. Sci. Technol. 39: 7102-7110.
  • 2005 * | Gu, B., W.-M. Wu, M. Ginder-Vogel., H. Yan., M. Fields, J. Zhou, S. Fendorf, C. Criddle, and P. M. Jardine. 2005. Bioreduction of uranium in a contaminated soil column. Environ. Sci. Technol. 39: 4841-4847.
  • 2005 * | Bostick, B. C., S. Fendorf, and G. E. Brown, Jr. 2005. In situ analysis of thioarsenite complexes in neutral to alkaline arsenic sulphide solutions. Min. Mag. 69: 781-795.
  • 2005 * | Herbel, M., S. Fendorf. 2005. Transformation and transport of arsenic within ferric hydroxide coated sands within dissimilatory reducing bacterial activity. In P.A. OíDay, D. Vlassopoulos, X. Meng, and L.G. Benning (Eds.) Advances in Arsenic Research: Integration of Experimental and Observational Studies and Implications for Mitigation. ACS Symposium Series Vol. 915, American Chemical Society, , Washington, D.C.
  • 2004 * | Fendorf, S., M.J. LaForce, and G.C. Li. Temporal changes in soil partitioning and bioavailability of arenic, chromium, and lead. J. Environ. Qual. 33: 2049-2055.
  • 2004 * | Hansel, C.M., S. Benner, P.S. Nico, and S. Fendorf. Variation in microbial respiration and colonization of iron oxides: Impacts on reductive biomineralization pathways. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 68: 3217-3229.
  • 2004 * | Inskeep, W.P., R. E. Macur, G. Harrison, B. Bostick, and S. Fendorf. Microbial Mineralization of As(V)-Hydrous Ferric Oxyhydroxide Mats in an Acid-Sulfate-Chloride Geothermal (Spring) | of Norris Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 68: 3141-3155.
  • 2004 * | Oze, C., D. Bird, R. Coleman, and S. Fendorf. Chromium geochemistry in serpentinized ultramafic rocks and serpentine soils from the Fanciscan complex of California. Am. J. Science 304: 67-101.
  • 2004 | Oze, C., S. Fendorf, D. Bird, and R. G. Coleman. Chromium geochemistry of serpentine soils. Int. Geol. Rev. 46:
  • 2004 | Nico, P.S., and S. Fendorf. Soil chemistry and mineralogy: Kinetics of redox reactions. In D. Hillel (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Soils in the Environment. Academic Press.
  • 2004 * | Bostick, B.C., C. Chen, and S. Fendorf. Arsenite retention mechanisms within estuarian sediments of Pescadero, CA. Environ. Sci. Technol. 38: 3299-3304.
  • 2004 * | Nico, P. S., S. Fendorf, Y. W. Lowney, S. E. Holm, and M. V. Ruby. Chemical Structure of Arsenic and Chromium in CCA-Treated Wood. Environ. Sci. Technol. 38:5253-5260.
  • 2003 * | Kuhn, T., B.C. Bostick, A. Koschinsky, P. Halback, and S. Fendorf. Enrichment of Mo in hydrothermal Mn precipitates: possible sources, formation, and phase associations. Chem. Geol. 199: 29-43.
  • 2003 * | Stewart, M.A., P.M. Jardine, C.C. Brandt, M.O. Barnett, S. Fendorf, L.D. McKay, T.L. Mehlhorn, K. Paul. Effects of contaminant concentration, aging, and soil properties on the bioaccessibility of Cr(III) and Cr(VI) in soil. Soil and Sediment Contamination 12: 1-21.
  • 2003 * | Hansel, C.M., B.W. Wielinga, and S. Fendorf. Structural and compositional evolution of Cr/Fe biominerals following indirect chromate reduction by dissimilatory iron-reducing bacteria. Geochem. Cosmochim. Acta 67: 401-412.
  • 2003 * | Bostick, B.C., S. Fendorf, and G. Helz. 2003. Differential adsorption of molybdate and tetrathiomolybdate on pyrite (FeS2). Environ. Sci. Technol. 37: 285-291.
  • 2003 * | Hansel, C.M., S. Benner, Dohnalkova, A., R.K. Kukkadapu, and S. Fendorf. Secondary mineralization pathways induced by dissimilatory iron reduction of ferrihydrite under advective flow. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 67: 2977-2992.
  • 2003 * | Bond, D.L., and S. Fendorf. Kinetics and Structural Constraints of Chromate Reduction by Green Rusts. Environ. Sci. Technol. 37:2750-2757.
  • 2003 * | Bostick, B.C., S. Fendorf, and B.A. Manning. Arsenite adsorption on galena (PbS) and sphalerite (ZnS). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 37: 285-291.
  • 2003 * | Bostick, B.C., and S. Fendorf. Arsenite sorption on troilite (FeS) and pyrite (FeS2). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 67: 909-921.
  • 2003 * | Brooks, S.C., J. K. Fredrickson, S. L. Carrol, D.W. Kennedy, J. M. Zachara, A. E. Plymale, S. D. Kelley, K. M. Kemner, and S. Fendorf. Inhibition of U(VI) reduction by Ca. Environ. Sci. Technol. 37: 1850-1858.
  • 2002 * | Benner, S.G., C.H. Hansel., B.W. Wielinga, T.M. Barber, and S. Fendorf. Reductive dissolution and biomineralization of iron hydroxide under dynamic flow conditions. Environ. Sci. Technol. 36: 1705-1711.
  • 2002 * | Fendorf, S., B.W. Wielinga, and C.M. Hansel. Operative pathways of chromate and uranyl reduction within soils and subsurface media. In P.C. Zhang and P. Brady (Eds.) Soil Geochemical Processes of Radionuclides. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Special Publication. P. 111-130.
  • 2002 * | Hansel, C.M., S. Fendorf, M.J. LaForce, and S. Sutton. Spatial and temporal associations of As and Fe species on aquatic plant roots. Environ. Sci. Technol. 36: 1988-1994.
  • 2002 * | Manning, B.A., S. Fendorf, B. Bostick, and D.L. Suarez. Arsenic(III) oxidation and arsenic(V) adsorption reactions on synthetic birnessite. Environ. Sci. Technol. 36: 976 981.
  • 2002 | Inskeep, W.P., T.R. McDermott, and S.E. Fendorf. Arsenic (V/III) cycling in soils and natural waters: Chemical and microbiological processes. In W.T. Frankenberger, Jr. (Ed.) Environmental Chemistry of Arsenic. Spinger-Verlag. p. 183-215.
  • 2002 * | Bostick, B.C., S. Fendorf, M.O. Barnett, P. Jardine, and S.C. Brooks. 2002. Uranyl surface complexes formed on subsurface media from DOE facilities. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 66: 99-108.
  • 2002 * | LaForce, M.J., C.M. Hansel, and S. Fendorf. Seasonal transformations of manganese in a mine-waste impacted wetland. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 66: 1377-1389.
  • 2002 | Manning, B.A., S.E. Fendorf, and D.L. Suarez. 2002. Arsenic(III) complexation and oxidation reactions in soil. In Cai and Braids (Eds.) Biogeochemistry of environmentally important trace elements. ACS Symposium Series No. 835. American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C.
  • 2001 * | Hansel, C.M., M.J. LaForce, S.E. Sutton, and S. Fendorf. 2002. Ecosystem dynamics of zinc and manganese within a mine-waste impacted wetland. In S. Wood and R. Hellmann (Eds.) ""Crerar Volume"", Geochemical Society Special Publication, Geochemical Society of America.
  • 2001 * | Wielinga, B.W., M.M. Mizuba, C.M. Hansel, and S. Fendorf. Iron catalyzed reduction of chromate by dissimilatory iron-reducing bacteria. Environ. Sci. Technol. 35: 522-527
  • 2001 * | Blessing, T.C., B.W. Wielinga, M.J. Morra, and S. Fendorf. Direct and indirect reduction of Co(III)EDTA- by sulfate reducing bacteria. Environ. Sci. Technol. 35: 1599-1603
  • 2001 * | Bostick, B.C., C.M. Hansel, M.J. LaForce, S. Fendorf. Seasonal fluctuations in zinc speciation within a contaminated wetland. Environ. Sci. Technol. 3823-3829.
  • 2001 * | Hansel, C.M., S. Fendorf, S.E. Sutton, M. Newville. Characterization of Fe plaque and associated metals on the roots of mine-waste impacted aquatic plants. Environ. Sci. Technol. 35: 3863-3868.
  • 2000 * | Cummings, D.E., A.W. March, B.C. Bostick, S. (Spring) |, F. Caccavo, Jr., S. Fendorf, and R. F. Rosenzweig. 2000. Evidence for microbial Fe(III) reduction in anoxic, mining-impacted lake sediments (Lake Coeur d'Alene, USA). Appl. Environ. Microbiol, v. 66, p. 154-162.
  • 2000 * | Mayes, M.A., P.M. Jardine, I.L. Larsen, S.C. Brooks, and S.E. Fendorf. 2000. Multispecies transport of metal-EDTA complexes and chromate through undisturbed columns of weathered, fractured saprolite. J. Contam. Hydrol., v. 45, p. 243-265.
  • 2000 * | LaForce, M.J., C.M. Hansel, and S. Fendorf. 2000. Arsenic speciation, seasonal transformations, and association with iron in a mine-waste impacted Palustrine Emergent Wetland. Environ. Sci. Technol., v. 34, p. 3937-3943.
  • 2000 * | Wielinga, B., B. Bostick, R.F. Rosenzweig, and S. Fendorf. 2000. Inhibition of bacterially promoted uranium reduction: Ferric (hydr)oxides as competitive electron acceptors. Environ. Sci. Technol., v. 34, p. 2190-2195.
  • 2000 | Fendorf, S., B.W. Wielinga, and C.M. Hansel. 2000. Chromium transformations in natural environments: The role of biological and abiological processes in chromium(VI) reduction. Internat. Geol. Rev., v. 42, p. 691-701.
  • 2000 * | Park, C.-H., M. Keyhan, B. Wielinga, S. Fendorf, and A. Matin, Purification to homgeneity and characterization of a novel Pseudomonas putida chromatereductase. Appl. Environ. Microbiol., p. 1788-1795.
  • 2000 * | Bostick, B.C., S. Fendorf, and M. Fendorf. Disulfide disproportionation and CdS formation upon cadmium sorption on pyrite. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, v. 64, p. 247-255. 2000 * | Rochette, E.A., G.C. Li, B.C. Bostick, and S. Fendorf. 2000. Kinetics of arsenate reduction by dissolved sulfide. Environ. Sci. Technol., v. 34, p. 4714-4720.
  • 2000 * | LaForce, M.J., and S. Fendorf. Solid-phase iron characterization during common selective sequential extractions. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., v. 64, p. 1608-1615.
  • 2000 * | Bostick, B.C., S. Fendorf, B.T. Bowie, and P.R. Griffiths. Influence of cadmium sorption on pyrite oxidation. Environ. Sci. Technol. v. 34, p. 1494-1499.
  • 2000 * | LaForce, M.J., C.M. Hansel, and S. Fendorf. 1999. Constructing simple wetland sampling devices. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., v. 64, p. 809-811.
  • 1999 | Fendorf, S.E. Fundamental aspects and applications of x-ray absorption spectroscopy in clay and soil science. In D.G. Schulze and P.M. Bertsch (Eds.) Applications of synchrotron radiation in clay science. CMS Workshop Lectures, Vol. 9. Clay Mineral Society, Ottawa, Canada, p. 31-74.
  • 1999 * | Fendorf, S.E., P.M. Jardine, R.R. Patterson, D.L. Taylor, and S.C. Brooks. Pyrolusite surface transformations measured in real-time during the reactive transport of Co(II)EDTA. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta v. 63, p. 3049-3057.
  • 1999 * | LaForce, M.J., S.E. Fendorf, G.C. Li, and R.F. Rosenzweig. 1999. Redistribution of trace elements from contaminated sediments of Lake Coeur d'Alene during oxygenation. J. Environ. Qual., v. 28, p. 1195-1200.
  • 1999 * | Jardine, P.M., S.E. Fendorf, M.A. Mayes, I.L. Larsen, S.C. Brooks, and W.B. Bailey. Fate and transport of hexavalent chromium in undisturbed heterogeneous soil. Environ. Sci. Technol. v. 33, p. 2939-2944.
  • 1999 * | Cummings, D., F. Caccavo, S. Fendorf, and R.F. Rosenzweig. Arsenic mobilization by the dissimilatory Fe(III) reducing bacterium Shewanella alga BrY. Environ. Sci. Technol. v. 33, p. 723-729.
  • 1999 * | Reynolds, J.G., D.V. Naylor, and S.E. Fendorf. 1999. Arsenate sorption in phosphate amended soils during flooding and aeration cycles. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., v. 63, p. 1149-1156.
  • 1998 * | Fendorf, S.E., Jardine, P.M., Taylor, D.L., Brooks, S.C., and Rochette, E.A., Auto-inhibition of pyrolusite oxidative reactivity toward Co(II)EDTA. In D.L. Sparks and T. Grundl (eds.) Kinetics and mechanisms of reactions at the mineral/water interface. American Chemical Society Special Publication, p. 358-371.
  • 1998 * | Harrington, J.M., R.F. Rosenzweig, W.C. Rember, and S.E. Fendorf. Phase associations and mobilization of iron and trace metals in sediments of Lake Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Environ. Sci. Technol. v. 32, p. 650-656.
  • 1998 * | Manning, B.A., S.E. Fendorf, and S. Goldberg. Surface structures and stability of arsenic(III) on goethite: Spectroscopic evidence for inner-sphere complexes Environ. Sci. Technol. v. 32, p. 2383-2388.
  • 1998 * | LaForce, M.J., S.E. Fendorf, G.C. Li, M. Schneider, and R.F. Rosenzweig. Mobility of trace-element contaminants upon flooding of the Coeur d'Alene River. J. Environ. Qual. 27p.318-328.
  • 1998 * | Rochette, E.A., G.C. Li, and S.E. Fendorf. Stability of arsenate minerals in soils under biotically-generated reducing conditions. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. v. 62, p. 1530-1537.
  • 1998 * | Harrington, J.M., S.E. Fendorf, and R.F. Rosenzwieg. Biotic generation of arsenic(III) in metal contaminated lake sediments. Environ. Sci. Technol. v. 32, p. 2425-2430.
  • 1998 * | McGeehan, S.L., S.E. Fendorf, and D.V. Naylor. Alteration of arsenic sorption in flooded-dried soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. v. 62, p.828-833.
    1998 * | Eick, M.J., and Fendorf, S.E., Reaction sequence of nickelsorption on kaolinite. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., v. 62, p. 1257-1267.

Advisee Degrees

  • Paul Bedore, M.S. in Environmental Earth System Science. Thesis title: Controlling greenhouse gas efflux from managed wetlands through iron cycling. 2009.

    Elise Post, M.S. in Earth Systems. Thesis topic: Substrate age and environmental controls on plant available silica levels. 2011. Samantha Ying, Ph.D. in Earth System Science. Dissertation topic: Competitive Microbial and Geochemical Processes Controlling the Fate of Arsenic. 2011.

  • 2009 | Yoko Masue-Slowey: Impacts of chemical physical complexity on arsenic dynamics within soils upon anaerobiosis, Ph.D. (Stanford Univ.)
  • 2008 | Katharine Tufano: Resolving the processes controlling the fate and transport of arsenic, Ph.D. (Exponent)
  • 2008 | Benjamin Kocar: Soil-sediment processes perpetuating History’s largest mass poisoning through release of arsenic to Asian groundwaters, Ph.D. (Stanford University)
  • 2008 | Brandy Stewart: The dominating influence of calcium on the biogeochemical fate of uranium, Ph.D. (Montana State Univ.)
  • 2007 | Matthew Polizzotto: Coupled hydrologic and biogeochemical processes, Ph.D. (US AID)
  • 2006 | Matthew Ginder-Vogel: Defining abiotic and biotic pathways of metal redox transformation in natural sediments, Ph.D. (University of Delaware)
  • 2004 | Colleen Hansel: Bacterial and Geochemical Controls on the Reductive Dissolution and Secondary Mineralization of Iron (Hydr)oxides., Ph.D. (Harvard University)
  • 2003 | Christopher Oze: Chromium geochemistry of serpentinites and serpentine soils., Ph.D. (Bryn Mawr College)
  • 2002 | Deborah Bond: Structural constrains and reduction of chromate by green rust solids, M.S. (USGS, Menlo Park)
  • 2002 | Kristin Revill: Mechanisms Driving Simultaneous Reduction of Uranyl and Ferrihydrite., M.S. (Stanford University, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering)
  • 2002 | Theresa Barber: Phosphate adsorption by mixed and reduced iron phases in static and dynamic systems, M.S. (Batelle Environmental Consulting, Boston, MA)
  • 2001 | Benjamin Bostick: Ion partitioning mechanisms of sulfide minerals, Ph.D. (Dartmouth College (faculty))
  • 1999 | Matthew LaForce: Cycling of Redox Active Contaminants in Mining Impacted Wetlands, University of Idaho, Ph.D. (Faculty, San Francisco State University)
  • 1999 | Colleen Hansel: Metal and metalloid cycling in wetlands of the Couer d'Alene River system, University of Idaho, M.S. (Graduate student, Stanford)
  • 1998 | Ben Bostick: Pyrite chemistry in soils and waters, University of Idaho, M.S. (Graduate student, Stanford)
  • 1998 | Jacob Reynolds: Arsenic and phosphorus dynamics within soils, University of Idaho, M.S. (unknown)
  • 1998 Richard Denning: Remediation of nitrate-contaminated waters using combined biological and chemical processes., M.S. (INEL)
  • 1996 | Ronald Patterson: Redox reactions of chromate and iron sulfide at the solid-water interface., M.S. (National Institute of Health)
  • 1996 | Marisa Cox: Soil processes inhibiting chromium oxidation by manganese oxides., M.S. (USGS)

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