Professor of Geological Sciences
Graduate Program Coordinator
Ph.D., University of Alabama, 1999
M.S., University of California at Santa Cruz, 1993
Diploma, Georg August Universität Göttingen, 1990
Fundamentally, all of my research involves:
- Trace metal geochemistry, environmental geology, urbanization; rural streams in Indiana
- Drinking water quality and geochemistry; Nepal
- Biogeochemistry of lakes and streams; Indiana and Antarctica
Gruver, J. B., K. N. Nicholson, K. Neumann, S. Sharma, C. B. Dowling, 2017, Water quality in the Sagarmatha National Park, Nepal: A modification of viable field-based testing methods, Environmental Management and Sustainable Development, 6: 361-372
Chambers, L.G., Y-P Chin, G.M. Filippelli, C.B Gardner, E.M Herndon, D.T. Long, W.B. Lyons, G.L. Macpherson, S.P McElmurry, C.E. McLean, J. Moore, R.P. Moyer, K. Neumann, C.A. Nezat, K. Soderberg, N. Teutsch and E. Widom, 2016, Developing the scientific framework for urban geochemistry, Applied Geochemistry 67:1-20.
Dowling, C.B., K. Neumann
and L. Florea, Editors, 2016, Geothermal Energy: An Important Resource, GSA Special Paper Vol. 519. Geological Society of America.
*Siliski, A.C., L. J. Florea, C. B. Dowling,
K. Neumann, A. C. Samuelson, M. Dunn, 2016, Stratigraphic heterogeneity in thermal and hydraulic characteristics in district-scale ground-source geothermal systems, in Geothermal Energy: An Emerging Resource. GSA Special Paper Vol. 519(C.B. Dowling, K. Neumann, and L.J. Florea, eds.), (Book Chapter)
Nicholson, K.N., *E. Hayes, K. Neumann and C. Dowling, 2016, Drinking water quality in the Sagarmatha National Park (Mt. Everest) Nepal. Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection, 4 43-53. doi: 10.4236/gep.2016.44007.
*Reising, N., K. Neumann and M. Bernot, 2013, The influence of copper, lead, and iron on stream sediment nitrification, Proceedings Indiana Academy of Sciences 122: 78-92
Lyons, W.B., D. Leslie,
K. Neumann, R.S. Harmon, K.A. Welch, K.M. Bisson and D.M. McNight, 2013, The Carbon Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry of Streams, Taylor Valley, Antarctica, Applied Geochemistry 32: 26-36.