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Thomas Borch Thomas Borch
Colorado State University
Campus Delivery 1170

I am an associate professor of Environmental Chemistry and Biogeochemistry. My research is focused on understanding the mechanisms that control carbon sequestration, iron cycling and pollutant dynamics.
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(2015) Elucidating the Role of Non-Crystalline U(IV) in Uranium Roll-Front Formation
Bhattacharyya A, Campbell K, Roebbert Y, Weyer S, Bernier-Latmani R & Borch T

(2015) Temperature and Redox Effects on Iron Reduction Kinetics and Organic Carbon Transport in Wetland Soils
Pallud C, Schilling K, Schneider L, Borch T & Rhoades C

(2014) Coordination and Redox Chemistry of Aqueous Fe(II) and Dissolved Organic Matter
Daugherty E, Gilbert B, Nico P & Borch T

(2014) Invited: Microbial Chemolithoautotrophic Oxidation of Pyrite at Neutral pH
Percak-Dennett E, Roden E, Xu H, Konishi H, Chan C, Bhattacharyya A & Borch T

(2013) Impact of As(V) on Abiotic Reduction of U(VI) by Mackinawite
Troyer L, Stone J & Borch T

(2012) The Influence of Temperature on Carbon Chemistry of Organomineral Complexes
Lavallee J, Conant R, Obst M, Borch T & Regier T

(2012) The Structure and Reactivity of Iron-Organic Matter Coprecipitates
Shimizu M, Obst M, Kappler A & Borch T

(2010) Redox Transformation of Arsenic by Fe(II)-Activated Goethite: Impact of Humic Acids and Fe(II)
Borch T, Amstaetter K, Larese-Casanova P, Posth N & Kappler A

(2005) Reduction and Retention Processes within Arid Subsurface Environments
Ginder-Vogel M, Borch T & Fendorf S

(2005) Soft X-Ray Spectromicroscopy Study of Chemical Heterogeneities in Iron Precipitates Formed at or Near Bacterial Cells
Yoon TH, Borch T, Benzerara K, Fendorf S, Tyliszczak T & Brown Jr. GE