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Dirk Wallschläger
Professor, Environmental & Analytical Chemistry
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Wilfrid Laurier University,. 75 University Ave W, Waterloo, ON N2L 3C5, Canada
(519) 884-1970 x 2536
Dirk Wallschläger
General research interests: Metal(loid) Speciation & Geochemistry
  • development of analytical methods for the speciation of trace elements in natural and industrial environments
  • study of cycling and fate of trace element species in impacted ecosystems
  • behavior of trace element species during industrial water and waste treatment procedures

Specific current and recent research projects

  • interaction of arsenic and selenium species with reduced sulfur compounds
  • selenium cycling and speciation in marine and estuarine waters
  • arsenic biogeochemistry in meromictic Mono Lake, California
  • selenium bioaccumulation in wetland food chains
  • selenium cycling in power plant fly ash ponds
  • development of a method for the speciation of cyanide at environmental concentration levels
  • chromium speciation in waters and soils/sediments
  • determination of halogen oxyanions in drinking water disinfection systems

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