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Andrew Miller, Ph.D.
In my lab, we focus on the environmental behavior of anthropogenic contaminants (radioisotopes, fertilizer) and elemental cycling within natural and engineered environmental systems. This includes both experiments in the lab using simulated natural materials and field work at local water bodies such as the Glacier Creek Preserve. I am also the only chemistry faculty member who requires a machete to complete research projects.
Miller, A.W.; Kruichak, J.; Mills, M.; Wang, Y. Iodide uptake by negatively charged clay interlayers? J. Environ. Radioact., 2015, 147, 108-114.
Miller, A.W.; Figueroa, L.; Wildeman, T. Zinc and nickel removal in limestone based treatment of acid mine drainage: The relative role of adsorption and co-precipitation. App. Geochem, 2013, 37, 57-63.
Miller, A.W.; Wang, Y. Al-O-F materials as novel adsorbents for gaseous radioiodine capture. J. Environ. Radioactiv. 2013, 2. (Special issue, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Environmental Radioactivity, Plymouth, England).
Miller, A.W.; Rodriguez, D.R.; Honeyman, B.D. Homogenized Behavior from Increasingly Heterogeneous Systems: I. 2-D Uranium Transport Experiments at the Intermediate Scale. J. Contam. Hydrol, 2013, 148, 39-50.
Miller, A.W.; Rodriguez, D.R.; Honeyman, B.D. Homogenized Behavior from Increasingly Heterogeneous Systems: II. 3-D Uranium Transport Experiment at the Intermediate Scale and Intertank Comparison. J. Contam. Hydrol, 2013, 148, 51-66.
Miller, A.W.; Wang, Y. Radionuclide Interaction with Clays in Dilute and Heavily Compacted Systems: A Critical Review. Environ.Sci. Technol, 2012, 46(4), 1981-1994.
Miller, A. W.; Figueroa, L.; Wildeman, T. Zinc and Nickel Removal in Simulated Limestone Treatment of Mining Influenced Water. Appl. Geochem, 2011, 26 (1), 125-132.
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