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Jeff Langman

  • PHD
  • Assistant Professor of Hydrogeochemistry
  • University of Idaho, Department of Geological Sciences
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Research interests

shrinking core model of metal sulfide weatheringmetal mobilityhydrogeochemistry

Co-authors (21)

Publications (5)

  • Influence of a tundra freeze-thaw cycle on sulfide oxidation and metal leaching in a low sulfur, granitic waste rock

    • Langman J
    • Blowes D
    • Amos R
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  • Waste Rock Biogeochemistry in a Permafrost Environment: Examination of a Cover Design for a Low Sulfide, Granitic Waste Rock

    • Langman J
    • Veeramani H
    • Blowes D
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  • Early evolution of weathering and sulfide depletion of a low-sulfur, granitic, waste rock in an Arctic climate: A laboratory and field site comparison

    • Langman J
    • Blowes D
    • Sinclair S
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  • Diavik waste rock project: Evolution of mineral weathering, element release, and acid generation and neutralization during a five-year humidity cell experiment

    • Langman J
    • Moore M
    • Ptacek C
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  • Waste Rock Biogeochemistry in a Permafrost Environment: Examination of a Cover Design for a Low Sulfide, Granitic Waste Rock

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Professional experience

Assistant Professor of Hydrogeochemistry

University of Idaho, Department of Geological Sciences

January 2015 - Present

Education

Geology

University of Texas at El Paso, Department of Geological Sciences

January 2005 - December 2008(4 years)