Details for: Peter H. Santschi

Regents Professor of Texas A&M University; Professor, Department of Marine Sciences, Texas A&M University at Galveston; Professor, Department of Oceanography, Texas A&M University, College Station. Director, Laboratory of Oceanographic and Environmental Research. Director, Coastal Zone Laboratory.
(2018) Alkaline-Activated Metakaolin Solidification of Iodine Sorbed by Layered Double Hydroxides
Ohnuki T, Kozai N, Tanaka K, Tokunaga K, Utsunomiya S, Ikehara R, Komiya T, Takeda A, Kaplan D & Santschi P

(2018) Radioiodine Speciation Impact on Ag-Activated Carbon Immobilization in Cementitious Environments
Kaplan D, Price K, Seaman J, Li D, Lin P, Xu C, Schwehr K, Tanaka K, Ohnuki T & Santschi P

(2018) Radioiodine Speciation in Cementitious Environments
Kaplan D, Xu C, Lin P, Li D, Schwehr K, Tanaka K, Ohnuki T & Santschi P

(2016) Microbial Processes that Impact Iodine Speciation at Environmentally Relevant Concentrations
Yeager C, Grandbois R, Li H-P, Xu C, Zhang S, Schwehr K, Santschi P & Kaplan D

(2011) Biogeochemical and Microbial Controls of <sup>129</sup>I Mobility in Groundwater
Santschi PH, Brinkmeyer R, Schwehr KA, Zhang S, Xu C, Li H-P, Kaplan DI, Yeager C & Roberts KA

(2010) Groundwater 129I Speciation and its Causes for Release from a Subsurface Burial Basin
Kaplan D, Brinkmeyer R, Denham M, Noonkester J, Roberts K, Schwehr K, Vangelas K, Yeager C, Zhang S & Santschi P


Goldschmidt2017: 2017 Geochemical Fellows

Session convener

Goldschmidt2019 - Session 13e: Radionuclides in the Environment: Modeling, Experimental, Scaling, Controlling Chemical/Microbial/Hydrological Processes
Goldschmidt2018 - Session 13j: Processes Controlling the Mobility of Contaminant Radionuclides in Natural and Engineered Systems
Goldschmidt2009 - Session 15a: Geochemical Processes Controlling the Fate of Radionuclides in the Environment