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Publications

  • Radloff, K., Y. Zheng, M. Stute, B. Weinman, B. Bostick, I. Mihajlov, M. Bounds, M.M. Rahman, M.R. Huq, K.M. Ahmed, P. Schlosser and A. van Geen. 2015. Reversible adsorption and flushing of arsenic in a shallow, Holocene aquifer of Bangladesh. Applied Geochemistry.

  • Weinman, B., S. Gulliot, M. Garcon, A. Gajurel, D. Tisserand, C. France-Lanord, A. van Geen, S. Chakraborty, P. Huyge, B.N. Upreti and L. Charlet. 2015. Origin of arsenic in Late Pleistocene to Holocene sediments in the Nawalparasi district (Terai, Nepal). Environmental Earth Science DOI 10.1007/s12665-015-4277-y.

  • Mudd, S., M.D. Hurst, B. Weinman, K. Yoo and M. Naylor. 2015. Impact of change in erosion rate and landscape steepness on hillslope and fluvial sediments grain size in the Feather River basin (Sierra Nevada, California). Earth Surface Dynamics 3: 1-21.

  • Mudd, S., K. Yoo and B. Weinman. 2014. Quantifying geomorphic controls on time in weathering systems. Procedia Earth and Planetary Science 10: 249-253.

  • Van Geen, A., B. Bostick, V.M. Trang, P.H. Manh, K. Viet, J.L. Azziz, M.M. Stahl, C.F. Harvey, P. Oates, B. Weinman, C. Stengel, F. Frei, R. Kipler and M. Berg. 2013. Retardation of arsenic transport through a Pleistocene aquifer. Nature 501: 204-207.

  • Yoo, K., B. Weinman, S. Mudd, M. Hurst, M. Attal and K. Maher. 2011. Evolution of hillslope soils. Applied Geochemistry 26: 149-148.

  • Weinman, B. and A. Singhvi. 2011. Chemical-weathering rates of aquifers and the mixing of soils. Current Science (00113891) 101: 1136-1140.

  • Weinman, B. 2010. Evolution of Aquifers and Arsenic in Asia. Thesis.

  • Eiche, E., T. Neumann, M. Berg, B. Weinman, A. van Geen, S. Norra, Z. Berner, P. Trang, P. Viet and D. Stuben. 2008. Geochemical processes underlying a sharp contrast in groundwater arsenic concentrations in a village on the Red River delta, Vietnam. Applied Geochemistry 23: 3143-3154.

  • Weinman, B., S. Goodbred, Y. Zheng, Z. Aziz, M. Steckler, A. van Green, A. Singhvi and Y. Nagar. 2008. Contributions of floodplain stratigraphy and evolution to the spatial patterns of groundwater arsenic in Araihazar, Bangladesh. Geological Society of America Bulletin 120: 1567-1580.

  • Weinman, B. 2005. Controls of floodplain sediments and evolution on shallow aquifer development and the distribution of groundwater arsenic, Araihazar, Bangladesh. .

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Educational Background

  • 2010 – Ph.D., Vanderbilt University, TN (Environmental Science)

  • 2005 – M.S., Stony Brook University, NY (Ocean and Atmospheric Science)

  • 2002 – B.S., CUNY Queens College, NY (Geology)

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Grants

  • Proven Lead in Course Redesign with Technology

  • YLACES

  • Implementing Virtual Labs in Introductory Geology Courses

  • Water Literacy

  • The co-evolution of arsenic and aquifers: Linking shallow groundwater arsenic heterogeneity with sediment ages in Bangladesh, Vietnam, and Nepal

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Positions & Honors

  • 2016-2017 – Proven Lead in Course Redesign with Technology, California State University

  • 2016 – Fresno State Sustainability Club, Faculty Advisor

  • 2012-2016 – Water Cohort, Fresno State

  • 2005-2016 – Member, GSA

  • 2005-2016 – Member, AGU

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Collaborators, Advisors & Advisees

  • Berber, M – CSU Fresno

  • Brady, M – CSU Fresno

  • Brenniman, Q – CSU Fresno

  • Drexler, D – CSU Fresno

  • Goodbred, S – Vanderbilt University

  • Jones, A – CSU Fresno

  • Katti, M – CSU Fresno

  • Kouba, C – Stanford University

  • Maher, K – Stanford University

  • Nelson, F – CSU Fresno

  • Resner, K – University of Minnesota

  • Rock, B – CSU Fresno

  • Scott, M – CSU Fresno

  • Sharma, R – S. Dakota School of Mines

  • Sharma Cassel, F – CSU Fresno

  • Singhvi, A – Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad India

  • Steinert, T – CSU Fresno

  • Van De Water, P – CSU Fresno

  • Van Geen, A – Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory

  • Workman Ford, K – CSU Fresno

  • Yoo, K – University of Minnesota

  • Zheng, Y – CUNY Queens College

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