The McKenzie Environmental Engineering Research Group investigates physicochemical processes, environmental chemistry, remediation, and fate & transport. We perform experimental research on societally and environmentally relevant issues, and our research addresses both natural and engineered treatment systems. Our experimental approaches include laboratory up to field scale, and the results contribute to society’s understanding of processes that affect pollutants in our environment.

Chemical analysis is an important component to the McKenzie research group work.

Temple has excellent access to a wide suite of analytical capabilities:

Engineering is rapidly expanding. There are opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students, and research collaborators.  Interested students and potential collaborators should contact Dr. McKenzie with inquiries.

Principal Research Interests

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