Mark Schlautman


Mark is currently teaching and performing research at Clemson University in the Department of Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences. He also is a faculty member for the graduate program in Environmental Toxicology and holds appointments in the Clemson Agricultural Experimental Station, the Institute of Environmental Toxicology, and the Clemson Environmental Institute. His principal areas of expertise are aquatic chemistry and environmental geochemistry. Mark's current research activities focus on the fate and transport of organic pollutants, trace metals, and radionuclides in the environment, and on developing ways to remediate polluted sites. In 1999, he was the recipient of a National Science Foundation CAREER award. Mark is a member of the American Chemical Society (environmental chemistry, geochemistry, and colloid and surface chemistry divisions), the American Geophysical Union (hydrology and biogeoscience divisions), the Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors, the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, the American Water Works Association, the Water Environment Federation, and the Soil Science Society of America. Prior to his appointment at Clemson, Mark was a faculty member at Texas A&M University in environmental engineering.

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Academic Background:
California Institute of Technology, Ph.D.
Current Position:
Engineering, Chemistry, Toxicology
Environmental Education
Natural Resource Management
342 Computer Court
Clemson, South Carolina 29625-6510

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