Welcome to the Environmental Geochemistry Lab at Chapman University!

Led by principal investigator Dr. Christopher Kim, the Environmental Geochemistry Lab is located in the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Chapman University.

Combining laboratory studies, field sampling, and research at X-ray synchrotron facilities, members of the Environmental Geochemistry Lab conduct independent research on current environmental problems involving metal contamination in natural settings.


The Environmental Geochemistry Lab @ Chapman

  1. Bullet4/18:  Environmental Geochemistry Lab Open House (joint with the Marine Invertebrate Lab)

  2. Bullet5/24:  Commencement, Chapman University

  3. Bullet6/8-6/12:  Goldschmidt 2014, Sacramento, CA

  4. Bullet6/13:  Empire Mine field trip

  5. Bullet6/14-6/15:  Mineralogical Society of America short course on arsenic

Important Dates

  1. BulletCongrats to Tyler Anthony who received the inaugural Council on Undergraduate Research - Geosciences Division Award for Excellence in Student Research!

  2. BulletThe most recent lab publication came out in Environmental Science and Technology (the highest ranked environmental science journal), featured 4 student co-authors, and can be accessed here.

  3. BulletWelcome to new lab members Anthony, Katherine, Lauren, and Mikaela who joined the lab in Spring 2014.

Latest News

Environmental Geochemistry Lab

School of Earth and Env. Sciences

Chapman University

One University Drive

Orange, CA 92866


http://www.chapman.edu/envgeo version 5.3 updated 12/21/13

EnvGeoLab video, created by lab member Andrea Capranico