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Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences

Mark. A. Schlautman

Schlautman
Professor
165 Rich Lab, 342 Computer Court
Anderson, SC 29625-6510
864.656.4059
FAX 864.656.0672
mschlau@clemson.edu
Geological Sciences Coordinator Office
441B Brackett Hall
Clemson, SC  29634
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Environmental Engineering, University of Michigan, 1992-1994

Ph.D. Environmental Engineering Science, California Institute of Technology, 1992

M.S. Environmental Engineering Science, California Institute of Technology, 1987

B.S. Chemical Engineering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1984

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Faculty Overview
Dr. Schlautman’s teaching and research interests lie at the intersections of the broadly-defined fields of environmental engineering, environmental science, hydrology, geology, and soil science. Thus, his areas of expertise are often identified as being environmental geochemistry, hydrochemistry, and/or physicochemical treatment processes. Dr. Schlautman’s interests span both natural and engineered environmental systems, including natural waters (e.g., streams, lakes, groundwaters) and near-surface geologic environments (e.g., soils, sediments, aquifers), pollutant remediation sites, and water/wastewater treatment plants. Common goals of his research projects are to gain a better understanding of the transport, fate, reactivity, and bioavailability of beneficial and toxic materials, including point and nonpoint source pollutants, in these different environmental systems. To obtain solutions to complex environmental problems, Dr. Schlautman collaborates with other researchers having complementary skills (e.g., biological processes, advanced computer modeling). In addition to his primary academic appointment in EEES, his other Clemson University appointments include the Clemson Experiment Station, the graduate faculty for Environmental Toxicology, the Institute of Environmental Toxicology, and the Clemson Environmental Institute. Dr. Schlautman is a faculty advisor for the Clemson University student chapter of Engineers Without Borders, with projects focused primarily on developing communities in Central America and West Africa. He is a past recipient of a National Science Foundation CAREER Award.
Current Class Information
For current syllabi, please search the Clemson University Syllabus Respository.

EES/GEOL 8460 Inorganic Environmental Geochemistry
GEOL 2110/2111 Geoanalysis I
EES 4010/6010 Environmental Engineering
EES 4850/6850 Hazardous Waste Management
ENGR 2900/3900/4900Creative Inquiry (International Design Projects with Engineers Without Borders)
Selected Publications

Byung Joon Lee, Seokoh Ko, Igor Luzinov, John C. Hayes and Mark A. Schlautman. 2010. Evaluating simple, low-cost techniques to estimate molecular weights and charge densities of commercial polyacrylamides for soil and sediment applications. Transactions of the ASABE 53(4):1127-1136.

John R. Wagner, Robert D. Bixler, Elizabeth R. Carraway, Stephen M. Moysey, Lawrence R. Murdoch, Mark A. Schlautman and Richard D. Warner. 2010. Institutionalizing undergraduate research for geology majors through creative inquiry experiences. Journal of College Science Teaching 39(6):30-37.

Nicole E. Adams, Elena A. Mikhailova, Mark A. Schlautman, William C. Bridges, Casey H. Newton, Larry R. Nelson, Christopher J. Post, Karen C. Hall, S. Knight Cox, Patricia A. Layton and David C. Guynn. 2010. Effects of kudzu (Pueraria montana) solarization on the chemistry of an upper Piedmont South Carolina soil. Soil Science 175:61-71.

Megan A. Goddard, Elena A. Mikhailova, Christopher J. Post, Mark A. Schlautman and John M. Galbraith. 2009. Continental United States atmospheric calcium wet deposition and soil inorganic carbon stocks. Soil Science Society of America Journal 73:989-994.

Jin Hur, Min-Hye Park and Mark A. Schlautman. 2009. Microbial transformation of dissolved leaf litter organic matter and its effects on selected organic matter operational descriptors. Environmental Science and Technology 43:2315-2321.

Katherine L. Sciera, John A. Smink, John C. Morse, Christopher J. Post, Jeremy W. Pike, William R. English, Tanju Karanfil, John C. Hayes, Mark A. Schlautman and Stephen J. Klaine. 2008. Impacts of land disturbance on aquatic ecosystem health: Quantifying the cascade of events. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 4(4):431-442.

Casey H. Newton, Larry R. Nelson, Saara J. DeWalt, Elena A. Mikhailova, Christopher J. Post, Mark A. Schlautman, S. Knight Cox, William C. Bridges and Karen C. Hall. 2008. Solarization for the control of Pueraria montana (kudzu). Weed Research 48:394-397.

M.A. Schlautman and J.A. Smink. 2008. Evaluating the collective performance of best management practices in catchments undergoing active land development. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 63(2):54A-55A.

Hur, J., M.A. Schlautman, S.R. Templeton, T. Karanfil, C.J. Post, J.A. Smink, H. Song, M.A. Goddard, S.J. Klaine and J.C. Hayes. 2008. Does current management of storm water runoff adequately protect water resources in developing catchments? Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 63(2):77-90.

Jin Hur, Mark A. Schlautman, Tanju Karanfil, John Smink, Hocheol Song, Stephen J. Klaine, and John C. Hayes. 2007. Influence of drought and municipal sewage effluents on the baseflow water chemistry of an upper Piedmont river. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 132(1-3): 171-187.

J. Renee Keydoszius, S. Knight Cox, Jr., Mary B. Haque, Elena Mikhailova, Christopher J. Post, William C. Stringer and Mark A. Schlautman. 2007. Historical land use and soil analysis guiding corridor landscape design. Urban Ecosystems 10: 53-72.

Megan A. Goddard, Elena A. Mikhailova, Christopher J. Post and Mark A. Schlautman. 2007. Atmospheric Mg2+ wet deposition within the continental United States and implications for soil inorganic carbon sequestration. Tellus 59B: 50-56.

Ji Hoon Lee, Elizabeth R. Carraway, Jin Hur, Soobin Yim, and Mark A. Schlautman. 2007. Pyrene fluorescence in the presence of nonquenching and dynamic quenching salting-out agents. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry 185: 57-61.

Ji Hoon Lee, Jongtae Je, Andrew Tartaglia, Jin Hur, Mark A. Schlautman and Elizabeth R. Carraway. 2006. Quantification of Cu2+ using 1,1'-oxalyldiimidazole chemiluminescence. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry 182: 28-32.

Jin Hur and Mark A. Schlautman. 2006. Humic substance adsorptive fractionation by minerals and its subsequent effects on pyrene sorption isotherms. Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A 41:343-358.

Jin Hur, Miranda A. Williams, and Mark A. Schlautman. 2006. Evaluating spectroscopic and chromatographic techniques to resolve dissolved organic matter via end member mixing analysis. Chemosphere 63: 387-402.

Recent Awards & Honors

Clemson University, Board of Trustees Award for Faculty Excellence (2006)

Clemson University, Certificate of Excellence for Research Accomplishments (2003)

Marquis Who’s Who in Science and Engineering: 8th – 10th Editions (2005-2009)

Marquis Who’s Who in America: 60th Edition (2006)

Marquis Who’s Who in the World: 23rd – 24th Editions (2006-2007)

National Science Foundation, Early CAREER Award (1999)

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