Faculty - Arturo Keller

Arturo KellerArturo Keller, Professor Fate and Transport, Watershed Management, Remediation, Pollution Prevention
PhD, MS, Civil (Environmental) Engineering, Stanford University; BA, Chemistry, Cornell University

Dr. Keller's research focuses on the sustainable use of chemicals and materials in our modern society, by understanding and quantifying their potential impacts, and seeking ways to minimize impacts while achieving the benefits. He is particularly interested in emerging materials, such as nanoparticles and biochemicals, for which little information is available. He also does work at large scales to design better management strategies for common chemicals such as fertilizers and pesticides.


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Office: Bren Hall 3420

Phone: 805-893-7548
Fax: 805-893-7612

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Bren Courses Taught

Number

Title

202

Biogeochemistry

222

Fate and Transport of Pollutants in the Environment

223

Management for Soil and Ground Water Quality

223L

Laboratory in Management for Soil and Ground Water Quality

224

Sustainable Watershed Quality Management

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