Kate Campbell
Research Chemist
USGS

Ph.D., 2006, California Institute of Technology

Research Interests

Dr. Campbell’s research projects include understanding the biogeochemistry of metals and metalloids in Yellowstone National Park geothermal waters and mine-impacted waters, particularly in acid mine drainage and uranium-contaminated groundwater. She also studies microbial kinetics of iron, arsenic, and antimony oxidation in acid mine drainage, and how to incorporate microbial kinetics in reactive transport models for field-scale application.