Personal tools
You are here: Home / Kate M. Scow

Kate M. Scow

Professor, Department of Land, Air and Water Resources

Research Interests:

Role of microbial populations and communities in carbon and nitrogen cycling in agroecosystems. Kinetics of microbial processes in soils and subsurface. Development of molecular tools for characterization of microbial communities in nature. Impact of pesticides and contaminants on microbial community structure and function. Biodegradation of pesticides, volatile and sorbed pollutants in soil. Bioremediation of the fuel additive methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE) in groundwater.

Website Link.

This is themeComment to Chaste Theme