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Mark. A. Schlautman

Mark. A. SchlautmanProfessor
165 Rich Lab, 342 Computer Court
Anderson, SC 29625-6510
864.656.4059
FAX 864.656.0672
E-mail: mschlau@clemson.edu
Geological Sciences Coordinator Office
445A 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.

Class Information

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EES/GEOL 8460 Inorganic Environmental Geochemistry
EES 4010/6010 Environmental Engineering
EES 4850/6850 Hazardous Waste Management
EES 8060 Process and Facility Design for Environmental Control Systems
ENGR 4900
 Creative Inquiry (International Design Projects with Engineers Without Borders)

Selected Publications

Green, L.Y., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Darnault, C.C.J.G., Bridges, W.C., Schlautman, M.A., 2016. A cloud-based spatial-temporal inventory for sustainable urban soil management. Urban Ecosyst. 19, 811–822. doi:10.1007/s11252-015-0512-2

He, W., Chen, M., Schlautman, M.A., Hur, J., 2016. Dynamic exchanges between DOM and POM pools in coastal and inland aquatic ecosystems: A review. Sci. Total Environ. 551, 415–428. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.02.031

Stiglitz, R.Y., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Schlautman, M.A., Sharp, J.L., 2016. Teaching Soil Color Determination Using an Inexpensive Color Sensor. Nat. Sci. Educ. 45, 0. doi:10.4195/nse2016.03.0005

Mikhailova, E.A., Altememe, A.H., Bawazir, A.A., Chandler, R.D., Cope, M.P., Post, C.J., Stiglitz, R.Y., Zurqani, H.A., Schlautman, M.A., 2016. Comparing soil carbon estimates in glaciated soils at a farm scale using geospatial analysis of field and SSURGO data. Geoderma 281, 119–126. doi:10.1016/j.geoderma.2016.06.029

Stiglitz, R., Mikhailova, E., Post, C., Schlautman, M., Sharp, J., 2016. Evaluation of an inexpensive sensor to measure soil color. Comput. Electron. Agric. 121, 141–148. doi:10.1016/j.compag.2015.11.014

Mikhailova, E.A., Schlautman, M.A., Darnault, C.J.G., Sharp, J.L., Post, C.J., Hall, K.C., Ouzts, E. V., Barfield, M.A., 2015. Effects of Compost on the Chemistry of an Urban Upper Piedmont South Carolina Soil. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 46, 2787–2797. doi:10.1080/00103624.2015.1089270

Lee, B., Schlautman, M., 2015. Effects of Polymer Molecular Weight on Adsorption and Flocculation in Aqueous Kaolinite Suspensions Dosed with Nonionic Polyacrylamides. Water 7, 5896–5909. doi:10.3390/w7115896

Mwaanga, P., Carraway, E.R., Schlautman, M.A., 2014. Preferential sorption of some natural organic matter fractions to titanium dioxide nanoparticles: influence of pH and ionic strength. Environ. Monit. Assess. 186, 8833–8844. doi:10.1007/s10661-014-4047-4

 Kreller, D.I., Schlautman, M.A., McGunigale, S.L., 2013. Combined HPLC/HPSEC study of Suwannee River Fulvic Acid adsorptive fractionation on α-aluminum oxide. J. Colloid Interface Sci. 390, 242–249. doi:10.1016/j.jcis.2012.09.053

Mikhailova, E.A., Goddard, M.A., Post, C.J., Schlautman, M.A., Galbraith, J.M., 2013. Potential Contribution of Combined Atmospheric Ca2+ and Mg2+ Wet Deposition Within the Continental U.S. to Soil Inorganic Carbon Sequestration. Pedosphere 23, 808–814. doi:10.1016/S1002-0160(13)60072-7

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)