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The main purposes of EnviroSync are to:

(1) serve as an advocate for the MES-SR community

(2) assess the state of existing SR facilities for MES research on a continuing basis

(3) assess the SR needs of the MES community on a continuing basis

(4) serve as an advisory group to federal agencies concerning the need for new

SR facilities in the MES area

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EnviroSync Workshops and Meetings

  • Assessing Synchrotron Radiation Capabilities and Future Needs for
  • Molecular Environmental Science and Low-Temperature Geochemistry
  • 23-24 July 2007, Rockville, MD
  • Synchrotron Environmental Science Workshop Series
    • SES III September 2005 NSLS
    • SES IV Fall 2008 SSRL (Stanford)
  • Contact: John Bargar at SSRL or Peter Nico at ALS
  • Periodic informal meetings at national meetings (e.g., ACS)
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Chemistry

C. Grey (SB)

J. Parise (SB)

D. Strongin (TU)

X-ray Physics

C. Jacobsen (SB)

C. Kao (BNL)

Geochemistry

J. Fitts (BNL)

J. Kubicki (PSU)

B. Phillips (SB)

R. Reeder (SB)

M. Schoonen (SB)

Materials Science

G. Halada (SB)

Contaminant

sequestration

mechanisms

Waste Technology

M. Fuhrmann (BNL)

P. Kalb (BNL)

Microbiology

C. Dodge (BNL)

A. Francis (BNL)

Metal Biogeochemistry

N. Fisher (SB)

Started in October 2002

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Synchrotron-based Environmental Science at Stony Brook University

Techniques most commonly used by CEMS researchers

STXM – X1

Scattering – X7, X16C

XAS – X11A,B, X15B, X18B, X23

X-ray microprobe – X26A, X27A

IR microscopy – U2B, U10B

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NSLS X1A: ongoing/pending projects using the Stony Brook STXM

  • Environmental science/geochemistry
    • Fitts et al. (BNL/Stony Brook): bacterial exudates and metal speciation
    • Schäfer et al. (INE Karlsruhe): natural organics and actinide mobility
    • Lehmann et al. (Cornell): soil organic matter, carbon black
    • MacLean et al. (Western Ontario): bacterial cell envelopes and iron sulfide mineralization
    • Boyce et al. (Chicago): paleobotany
    • Christl, Kretschmar et al. (ETH Zürich): soil organic matter
    • De Gregorio et al. (Arizona State): microfossils
    • Brandes et al. (Skidmore): organics in marine sediments
    • Crozier et al. (Arizona State): aerosol pollutants
    • Michette et al. (Kings College, London): lignocellulosic materials
  • Biology/medical science:
    • Dimasi et al. (BNL): biomineralized protein networks
    • Grunze, Haraszti et al. (Heidelberg/Jackson Lab): melanosomes
    • Fleckenstein, Sheynkin et al. (Stony Brook): sperm
    • Steinbrener et al. (Stony Brook): quantum dot labeling studies
    • Ruppel, Miller et al. (BNL): biomineralization in bone
  • Astrobiology:
    • Flynn et al. (Plattsburgh): organics in micrometeorites, interplanetary dust particles, and

STARDUST comet tail material

    • De Gregorio et al. (Arizona State): structure and bonding of primitive extraterrestrial material
  • General user beamtime requests: mostly environmental science, oversubscribed about 3x

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