Kate Maher, Assistant Professor
Kate Maher and the EIG group conduct research in several areas, including environmental geochemistry, geologic carbon storage, and paleoclimate/paleohydrology.
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Our current work in this area seeks to determine the mineral-fluid interactions that control contaminant fate and transport in the environment using a combination of reactive transport and isotopic approaches.
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Paleoclimate, Weathering and Paleohydrology
Our work in this area focuses on the geologic record of climate change and the development of new isotopic proxies to reconstruct Earth's past environments.