Hydrogeology Faculty

Lindley Hall, 102



David Fowle
Dean's Professor, Chair, Department of Geology
Ritchie Hall, 254C

Dr. Fowle's research focus is geomicrobiology, aqueous geochemistry and limnology.

Slawson Hall, room 170D

Dr. Hill’s research focus is hydrogeology and food, energy, water systems. My group addresses questions such as: How could water quality and quantity systems, agriculture, and renewable energy evolve in ways that maintain food production and support environmentally and economically healthy communities?

Professor Gwendolyn Macpherson
104 Lindley Hall

Gwendolyn Macpherson studies chemical hydrogeology, water resources and groundwater's role in the global carbon cycle.

Professor and Director
Lindley Hall, 316B

Dr. Schulmeister’s research emphasizes the use of hydrogeology, geochemisty, and geophysics in addressing earth’s environmental problems.

Randy Stotler KU Geology
Assistant Professor
Slawson Hall, room 170F

Dr. Stotler's research interest is hydrogeology.

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