Dr. Marcia Schulmeister


Marcia Schulmeister
  • Director, Environmental Geology Masters degree and Certificate Programs
  • Professor

Contact Info

Office Phone:
Lindley Hall, room #316B
Regents Center, Edwards Campus, room #2D

Biography

Dr. Schulmeister's research focuses on the application of hydrogeologic and hydrgeochemical principles and methods to problems in environmental geology. Her background includes many years as a geology professor at three universities in Kansas and professional experience in the environmental sector throughout the U.S. and abroad. She is also the director of KU’s new environmental geology professional masters degree and certificate programs.

Personal Webpage: www.schulmeisterhydrogeology.net

Education

Geology, University of Kansas, 2000, Lawrence, Kansas

Selected Publications

Schulmeister, M. (2020). A geospatial application of the Hydrochemical Facies Evolution Diagram approach for evaluating seawater intrusion in the Long Xuyen Quadrangle and Ca Mau Peninsula coastal aquifers of Southern Vietnam. Groundwater. https://doi.org/10.1111/gwat.13022.
Schulmeister, M. (2019). SCHULMEISTER, MARCIA. The science and industry of the Permian Hutchinson Salt. From Source to Sink across the Midcontinent: Geosciences from the Rockies to the Gulf, Geological Society of America Field Guide. Geological Society of America.
Schulmeister, M. (2003). Direct-push electrical conductivity for high-resolution hydrostratigraphic characterization. Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation - Issue 3 | Volume 23. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1745-6592.2003.tb00683.x.
Schulmeister, M. A Modified Direct-push based Approach for On-site Assessment of Redox Conditions at Contaminated Groundwater Sites.