Thomas Borch

Faculty, CSU Soil and Crop Sciences Department College Office

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About Thomas

Dr. Borsch studies the environmental fate and transport of steroid hormones, anthropogenic wastewater indicators, personal care products, arsenic, uranium, reduced nitrogen (NH4+) and TNT. The lab is also investigating how iron minerals impact the fate of redox sensitive contaminants in the presence of iron reducing bacteria. A significant goal is to elucidate carbon sequestration mechanisms by soil minerals.


                
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