Robert W. Nairn
Industrial and system Engineering
University of Oklahoma
United States of America
He teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses in environmental science and engineering, including Ecological Engineering Science, Wetlands Science and Management, Environmental Biology and Ecology, Hazardous Waste Management and Environmental Science/Engineering Senior Capstone. His general research areas include watershed biogeochemistry, ecological engineering, ecosystem restoration and wetland science; current research focuses on biogeochemical and ecological processes contributing to metal contaminant retention in mine drainage passive treatment systems. His research team works extensively in the Arkoma Basin coal fields of Oklahoma and Arkansas, the Tri-State Lead-Zinc Mining District of Oklahoma, Missouri and Kansas (including the Tar Creek Superfund Site) and in the Bolivian Andes near Cerro Rico de Potosi.
Ecology, Hazardous Waste Management