We are part of the Department of Geosciences at Baylor University. Our research group uses molecular and isotopic measurements to interogate biogeochemical processes that control carbon and nitrogen cycling in soils, sediments, and natural waters. Some processes of interest, such as fire and microbial activity, transform carbon and nitrogen on a timescale of hours, while processes like organo-mineral reactions affect biogeochemical cycling on geologic timescales. We also tackle contemporary problems related to energy and climate change.
We are often seeking students and postdocs to join our research group. Please check out the opportunities page.