Are you an Earth or Environmental Science major?? Did you know you must complete a thesis project to obtain your degree? If you are interested in studying the interactions between human activity and biological and physical environments on both local and global scales, then working with Dr. Weinman may be just what you need!
Overview of student research
- GW to sedimentology to air (environmental)
- Look at list on Google site
- Geospatial mapping & data analysis
Outlook for students who engage in this kind of research--potential career paths? [Basically, what's in it for them? What can they look forward to? What is their life going to look like if they go for it?]
Overview of what current students are working on, what potential students may work on. Skills needed to work with you (must have, and also "if you want to develop these skills, work with me").
Water quality, aquifer sedimentology, air monitoring, soil carbon, climate change
Graduate Student Research
Local & International research opportunities California, Bangladesh, Nepal, Vietnam, India
Current Grad Student Projects
[Link to Current Grad Students Page]
Potential Grad Student Projects
Landscape formation, hydrology & geochemical weathering
Pharmaceuticals in the environment (Contaminants of emerging concern)