2017 - Geochemistry Fellow Honor, Geochemical Society and the European Association of Geochemistry
2009 - Fellow of the Soil Science Society of America (SSSA)
2001 - Jackson Soil Chemistry and Mineralogy Award, American Society of Agronomy
1993 - Truog Soil Science Outstanding Dissertation Award, American Society of Agronomy
Scott Fendorf is investigating Shewanella putrefaciens and Rhizosphere as part of his examination of Bacteria. In his study, Scott Fendorf carries out multidisciplinary Rhizosphere and Bacteria research. His research on Organic chemistry often connects related areas such as Aqueous solution. As part of his studies on Aqueous solution, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Organic chemistry. Scott Fendorf integrates Environmental chemistry with Geochemistry in his research. Scott Fendorf brings together Geochemistry and Environmental chemistry to produce work in his papers. Adsorption and Sorption are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary work. Scott Fendorf integrates several fields in his works, including Arsenic and Arsenate. His study deals with a combination of Arsenate and Arsenic.
Research on Ferrihydrite, Sorption and Goethite is a part of his Adsorption study. Organic chemistry is closely attributed to Arsenic in his study. He performs multidisciplinary study in Environmental chemistry and Geochemistry in his work. He incorporates Inorganic chemistry and Redox in his studies. He performs integrative study on Redox and Inorganic chemistry in his works. He incorporates Ecology and Environmental chemistry in his studies. Soil science and Soil water are commonly linked in his work. His studies link Soil science with Soil water. His research ties Hydrology (agriculture) and Geotechnical engineering together.
His Organic chemistry study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Particulates. His research on Particulates frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Ecology. In his papers, Scott Fendorf integrates diverse fields, such as Ecology and Biome. His study on Environmental chemistry is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Total organic carbon. Scott Fendorf integrates several fields in his works, including Total organic carbon and Organic matter. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Organic matter and Dissolved organic carbon in his work. He combines Dissolved organic carbon and Sediment in his studies. In his works, Scott Fendorf undertakes multidisciplinary study on Sediment and Water quality. In his works, Scott Fendorf conducts interdisciplinary research on Water quality and Environmental chemistry.
His Geomorphology research is linked to Alluvium and Sediment. Scott Fendorf integrates Sediment with Geomorphology in his research. Organic matter is integrated with Dissolved organic carbon and Total organic carbon in his research. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Total organic carbon and Organic matter through his research. His Geotechnical engineering study often links to related topics such as Aquifer. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Aquifer and Hydrology (agriculture). His research on Hydrology (agriculture) often connects related topics like Geotechnical engineering. While working in this field, Scott Fendorf studies both Groundwater and Water resource management. While working on this project, Scott Fendorf studies both Water resource management and Groundwater.
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Arsenate and Chromate Retention Mechanisms on Goethite. 1. Surface Structure
Scott Fendorf;Matthew J. Eick;Paul Grossl;Donald L. Sparks.
Environmental Science & Technology (1997)
Spatial and Temporal Variations of Groundwater Arsenic in South and Southeast Asia
Scott Fendorf;Holly A. Michael;Alexander van Geen.
Surface Structures and Stability of Arsenic(III) on Goethite: Spectroscopic Evidence for Inner-Sphere Complexes
Bruce A. Manning;Scott E. Fendorf;Sabine Goldberg.
Environmental Science & Technology (1998)
Surface reactions of chromium in soils and waters
Scott E. Fendorf.
Arsenic(III) Oxidation and Arsenic(V) Adsorption Reactions on Synthetic Birnessite
Bruce A. Manning;Scott E. Fendorf;Benjamin Bostick;Donald L. Suarez.
Environmental Science & Technology (2002)
Secondary Mineralization Pathways Induced by Dissimilatory Iron Reduction of Ferrihydrite Under Advective Flow
Colleen M Hansel;Shawn G Benner;Jim Neiss;Alice Dohnalkova.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2003)
Near-Surface Wetland Sediments as a Source of Arsenic Release to Ground Water in Asia
Matthew L. Polizzotto;Benjamin D. Kocar;Shawn G. Benner;Michael Sampson.
Changes in Bacterial and Archaeal Community Structure and Functional Diversity along a Geochemically Variable Soil Profile
Colleen M. Hansel;Scott Fendorf;Phillip M. Jardine;Christopher A. Francis.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2008)
Reduction of Hexavalent Chromium by Amorphous Iron Sulfide
Ronald R. Patterson;Scott Fendorf;Mark Fendorf.
Environmental Science & Technology (1997)
Genesis of hexavalent chromium from natural sources in soil and groundwater
Christopher Oze;Dennis K. Bird;Scott Fendorf.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2007)
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