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Roy Price Adjunct Assistant Professor School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences


Roy Price is an aqueous geochemist investigating the chemical evolution of hydrothermal vent fluids and groundwater. These themes overlap in that fluid chemistry is driven by water-rock reactions. He focuses on shallow-sea vents, where he evaluates toxic metal cycling, bioaccumulation of arsenic, associated microbial communities, and even the origin of life. He also investigates metal mobilization and nitrogen cycling in groundwater. He is currently Research Coordinator for the Center for Clean Water Technology, and conducts research related to the Long Island's nitrate pollution.

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  • PhD and MS, University of South Florida
  • BS, University of Arkansas