Campus Box 1180
1 Brookings Dr
Saint Louis MO 63130-4899
Aquatic Chemistry; Water Treatment; Environmental Biogeochemistry; Environmental Nanotechnology
Dr. Giammar has been at Washington University since 2002. He is actively involved in environmental engineering research and education at the university. His research on aquatic chemistry has applications to both natural and engineered aquatic systems.
Some Recent Publications
Mehta, V.S., Maillot, F., Wang, Z., Catalano, J.G. and D.E. Giammar, Transport of U(VI) through sediments amended with phosphate to induce in situ uranium immobilization, Water Research, 69: 307-317, 2015.
Wang, L, J.D. Fortner, and D.E. Giammar, Impact of water chemistry on elemental mobilization from Eagle Ford Shale, accepted in Environmental Engineering Science, October 2014.
Giammar, D.E., Wang, F., Guo, B., Surface, J.A., Peters, C.A., Conradi, M.S., and S.E. Hayes, Impacts of diffusive transport on carbonate mineral formation from magnesium silicate-CO2-water reactions, Environmental Science & Technology, 48(24): 14344-14351, 2014.
Wang, Z., Xiong, W., Tebo, B.M. and D.E. Giammar, Oxidative UO2 dissolution induced by soluble Mn(III), Environmental Science & Technology, 48(1): 289-298, 2014.
Wang, Y., Mehta, V., Welter, G.J., and D.E. Giammar, Effect of connection methods on lead release from galvanic corrosion, Journal American Water Works Association, E337-E351, 2013.
Hutchinson, T.J., Basappa, L., Dikshit, A., Luo, Y., Catalano, J.G. and D.E. Giammar, Fate of metals in fly ash during aging in laboratory-scale ash ponds, Environmental Engineering Science, 29(12): 1085-1091, 2012.
Singh, A., Catalano, J.G., Ulrich, K.-U. and D.E. Giammar, Molecular-scale structure of uranium(VI) immobilized with goethite and phosphate, Environmental Science & Technology, 46: 6604-6611, 2012.