The Hudson River that explorer Henry Hudson sailed some 400 years ago had no power plants on its shores. No trains, bridges, factories or houses. Those innovations changed the river, leaving a legacy of PCBs, sewage and other pollutants. But pollution is just one way that humans have transformed the river. A small way, it turns out.
|Name||Title||Fields of interest|
|Qiang Yang||Associate Research Scientist||CO2 geosequestration, hydrofracking, groundwater contamination, arsenic, uranium, radon|
|Zahid Aziz||Staff Associate||Hydrogeology, Geochemistry, Groundwater Contamination|
October 07, 2011