Lee, Linda S.

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Activated Supported NiFe Nanoparticles for Transformation of PFOS and Associated Chemical Class
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Lee, Linda S.


Dr. Linda S. Lee is the Associate Head and Professor of Environmental Chemistry and Agronomy; Professor of Environmental and Ecological Engineering; and Program Head of Ecological Science and Engineering - Interdisciplinary Graduate Program. Dr. Lee received a B.S in Chemistry, a M.S. in Environmental Engineering Sciences, and a Ph.D. in Soil Chemistry and Contaminant Hydrology from the University of Florida. Her research interests include developing a mechanistic understanding of the processes that govern environmental fate and remediation of contaminants for use in decision tools and management guidelines for industrial and agricultural settings. Current research projects include the fate of emerging contaminants including pharmaceuticals, such as trenbolone, estrogens, and human and veterinary antibiotics; perfluorinated telomer compounds in soils, sediments, streams, and biosolids; and plume control of chlorinated solvent contamination.

For more information, please visit Dr. Lee's Purdue website: https://ag.purdue.edu/agry/directory/Pages/lslee.aspx