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Taylor Eighmy

Taylor Eighmy

Professor and Vice Chancellor for Research and Engagement


Recycled materials characterization and beneficial use, element speciation, environmental chemistry of leaching behavior, spectroscopic surface analysis, applied geochemistry, reactive barriers, environmental microbiology, biofouling, biofilms, sustainability, carbon sequestration.


Ph.D. (1986) Engineering (Civil) University of New Hampshire

M.S. (1983) Civil Engineering University of New Hampshire

B.S. (1980) Biology Tufts University


Apul, D.S, Gardner, K.H., and Eighmy, T.T. (2007) Modeling hydrology and reactive transport in roads: The effect of cracks, the edge, and contaminant properties. Waste Management 27: 1465-1475.

Eighmy, T.T., Spear, J.C.M., Case, J, Marbet, H., Casas, J., Bothner, W., Coulburn, J.
Tisa, L.S., Majko, M., Sullivan, E.R., Mills, M., Newman, K. and Kinner, N.E. (2007) Microfracture Surface Geochemistry and Adherent Microbial Population Metabolism in TCE-Contaminated Competent Bedrock. Geomicrobiology J. 24: 307-330.

Apul, D.S., Gardner, K.H., Eighmy, T.T., Fallman, A.-M., Comans, R.N.J. (2005)
Simultaneous Application of Dissolution/Precipitation and Surface Complexation/Surface Precipitation Modeling to Contaminant Leaching. Environ. Sci. Tech. 39: 5736-5741.

Apul, D., Gardner, K., Eighmy, T., Linder, E., Frizzell, T., Roberson, R. (2005)
Probabilistic Modeling of One-Dimensional Water Movement and Leaching from Highway Embankments Containing Secondary Materials. Environ. Eng. Sci. 22(3): 249-262

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