Joseph Charbonnet

Joseph Charbonnet
Iowa State University | ISU

PhD Environmental Engineering

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7 Research Items
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Introduction
Skills and Expertise
Additional affiliations
January 2022 - present
Iowa State University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Description
  • Assistant professor in environmental engineering at ISU with a focus on aquatic chemistry.
March 2020 - December 2021
Colorado School of Mines
Position
  • PostDoc Position
July 2019 - December 2019
University of California, Berkeley
Position
  • Lecturer
Education
June 2013 - December 2018
University of California, Berkeley
Field of study
  • Environmental Engineering

Publications

Publications (8)
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Stormwater runoff capture and groundwater recharge can provide a sustainable means of augmenting the local water resources in water-stressed cities while simultaneously mitigating flood risk, provided that these processes do not compromise groundwater quality. We developed and tested for one year an innovative pilot-scale stormwater treatment train...
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Per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) are important environmental contaminants, yet relatively few analytical reference standards exist for this class. Nontarget analyses performed by means of high-resolution mass spectrometry (HRMS) are increasingly common for the discovery and identification of PFASs in environmental and biological samples....
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The source tracking of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) is a new and increasingly necessary subfield within environmental forensics. We define PFAS source tracking as the accurate characterization and differentiation of multiple sources contributing to PFAS contamination in the environment. PFAS source tracking should employ analytical m...
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Manganese oxide-coated sand can oxidize electron- rich organic contaminants, but after extended exposure to contaminated water its reactivity decreases. To assess the potential for regenerating geomedia, we measured the ability of passivated manganese-oxide coated sand to oxidize bisphenol A after treatment with oxidants, acid, or methanol. Among t...
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Flammability standards for furniture, building insulation and electronics were established in an attempt to mitigate fire risk. However, research suggests that some of these flammability standards should be reconsidered. High levels of flame retardant chemicals, primarily organohalogens, are added to these products in order to comply with fire safe...
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The large-scale, systematic introduction of urban stormwater into the subsurface could contaminate groundwater with metals including cadmium, copper, lead and zinc. To assess the potential for using manganese oxide-coated sand to remove metal ions during stormwater infiltration, batch and column tests were used to simulate conditions encountered in...
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Urban stormwater, municipal wastewater effluent, and agricultural runoff contain trace amounts of organic contaminants that can compromise water quality. To provide a passive, low-cost means of oxidizing substituted phenols, aromatic amines, and other electron-rich organic compounds during infiltration of contaminated waters, we coated sand with ma...
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To advance cost-effective strategies for removing trace organic contaminants from urban runoff, the feasibility of using manganese oxides as a geomedia amendment in engineered stormwater infiltration systems to oxidize organic contaminants was evaluated. Ten representative organic chemicals that have previously been detected in urban stormwater wer...

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