Rob Root
Research Assistant Professor, Department of Soil, Water and Environmental Sciences
(520) 626-1307
PhD, Environmental Systems, University of California, 2009

Rob Root is a geochemist with a research focus on molecular-scale mechanisms of biogeochemical cycling of nutrients and metal(loid)s in the environment and mineral weathering reactions at the rock-water interface. He specializes in the use of synchrotron X-ray spectroscopic and microscopic techniques to determine metal(loid) speciation from field and laboratory studies of environmental metal(loid) mobilization, sequestration/remediation, and bioaccessibility.

Research Themes: 
Climate and Adaptation
Air quality
Natural Environment and Biodiversity
Biogeochemical processes
Geochemical cycles
Nutrient cycling
Soil science
Public Health
Soil contaminants
Sustainable mining
Toxicology
Water contaminants
Water
Biogeochemical processes
Bioremediation
Contaminants
Geological processes
Groundwater remediation

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