Environmental Dynamics in Geobiochemical Engineering: From Supervolcanoes to Silver Bow Creek
Water, rock, and organic material interact in environmental systems. The study of geobiochemistry deciphers how microbial life and Earth's chemistry have co-evolved and helped determine methods to remediate our ground and surface waters. In this lecture, Dr. Cox will discuss the geochemistry and its implications for microbial life from locations including Yellowstone National Park, the flooded mines in Butte, and Silver Bow and Blacktail Creeks as investigated by the Laboratory Exploring Geobiochemical Engineering and Dynamics (LEGEND) at Montana Tech.
Cox, Alysia, "Environmental Dynamics in Geobiochemical Engineering: From Supervolcanoes to Silver Bow Creek" (2016). Public Lecture Series. 78.