Linking sub-subsurface biogeochemistry with surface observations

Elevation model of Riverton SFA site

We are employing remote sensing, data mining, and spatial analysis methods to investigate links between surface characteristics (such as microtopography and reflectance) and subsurface biogeochemistry (particularly heavy metal transport and redox). Our primary research site for this project is a heavy metal contaminated floodplain environment in Riverton, Wyoming.

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Samuel N Araya
Postdoctoral Research Fellow

My research interests include soil science, machine learning and spatial analysis.