Rob Fitzpatrick focuses on Soil water, Weathering, Hydrology, Goethite and Sulfate. His Soil water research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Environmental chemistry and Groundwater. His studies deal with areas such as Ilmenite and Pedogenesis as well as Weathering.
His Hydrology research incorporates themes from Soil classification and Topsoil. His Goethite study combines topics in areas such as Inorganic chemistry, Ammonium oxalate, Ferrihydrite, Crystallinity and Hematite. The Sulfate study combines topics in areas such as Floodplain, Soil pH, River water, Pyrite and Environmental monitoring.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Soil water, Sulfate, Hydrology, Acid sulfate soil and Environmental chemistry. He has included themes like Organic matter and Groundwater in his Soil water study. In his study, Waterlogging is strongly linked to Dryland salinity, which falls under the umbrella field of Groundwater.
In Sulfate, Rob Fitzpatrick works on issues like Inorganic chemistry, which are connected to Goethite. Rob Fitzpatrick has researched Hydrology in several fields, including Salinity and Soil salinity. Within one scientific family, Rob Fitzpatrick focuses on topics pertaining to Schwertmannite under Environmental chemistry, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Surface water.
His main research concerns Soil water, Sulfate, Environmental chemistry, Acid sulfate soil and Jarosite. His Soil water study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Organic matter and Biogeochemical cycle. His Organic matter study combines topics in areas such as Straw and Pyrite.
His work deals with themes such as Metal and Sulfuric acid, which intersect with Sulfate. Ferrihydrite, Ferric, Phosphoric acid, Strengite and Nuclear chemistry is closely connected to Goethite in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Jarosite. His studies deal with areas such as Dryland salinity, Revegetation, Wetland and Groundwater as well as Soil horizon.
His primary areas of study are Soil water, Sulfate, Environmental chemistry, Acid sulfate soil and Kinetics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Organic matter and Metal. His Organic matter research incorporates elements of Sulfuric acid, Pyrite, Straw, Animal science and Wetland soils.
His work on Biogeochemical cycle as part of general Environmental chemistry research is often related to Glass electrode, Bromocresol green and Ph changes, thus linking different fields of science. Among his Kinetics studies, there is a synthesis of other scientific areas such as Jarosite, Dissolution and Composition. Throughout his Environmental remediation studies, Rob Fitzpatrick incorporates elements of other sciences such as Manure and Incubation.
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New Data and a Revised Structural Model for Ferrihydrite
Richard A. Eggleton;Robert W. Fitzpatrick.
Clays and Clay Minerals (1988)
Al-substituted goethite—An indicator of pedogenic and other weathering environments in South Africa
R.W. Fitzpatrick;U. Schwertmann.
The influence of aluminum on iron oxides; Part II, Preparation and properties of Al-substituted hematites
U. Schwertmann;R. W. Fitzpatrick;R. M. Taylor;D. G. Lewis.
Clays and Clay Minerals (1979)
Contributions of groundwater conditions to soil and water salinization
Ramsis B. Salama;Claus J. Otto;Robert W. Fitzpatrick.
Hydrogeology Journal (1999)
Titanium and Zirconium Minerals
R. W. Fitzpatrick;D. J. Chittleborough.
Soil mineralogy with environmental applications (2018)
Components and microbial biomass content of size fractions in soils of contrasting aggregation
L. Jocteur Monrozier;J.N. Ladd;R.W. Fitzpatrick;R.C. Foster.
Iron minerals in surface environments.
U. Schwertmann;R. W. Fitzpatrick.
Skinner, H.C.W. & Fitzpatrick, R.W. (eds.) "Biomineralization". Catena Suppl. (1992)
Interpretation of soil features produced by ancient and modern processes in degraded landscapes: V. Development of saline sulfidic features in non-tidal seepage areas
R.W. Fitzpatrick;R.W. Fitzpatrick;E. Fritsch;P.G. Self.
Iron-monosulfide oxidation in natural sediments: resolving microbially mediated S transformations using XANES, electron microscopy, and selective extractions.
Edward D Burton;Richard T Bush;Leigh A Sullivan;Rosalie Katherine Hocking.
Environmental Science & Technology (2009)
Iron Compounds as Indicators of Pedogenic Processes: Examples from the Southern Hemisphere
R. W. Fitzpatrick.
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