Klaus Neumann

Klaus Neumann

Associate Professor of Geological Sciences


Room:AR 144

Ph.D., University of Alabama, 1999
M.S., University of California at Santa Cruz, 1993
Diploma, Georg August Universität Göttingen, 1990
Current Research:
Fundamentally, all of my research involves:
- Trace metal geochemistry, environmental geology, urbanization; rural streams in Indiana
- Drinking water quality and geochemistry; Nepal
- Biogeochemistry of lakes and streams; Indiana and Antarctica
Select Publications:
Gruver, J. B., K. N. Nicholson, K. Neumann, S. Sharma, C. B. Dowling, 2017, Water quality in the Sagarmatha National Park, Nepal: A modification of viable field-based testing methods, Environmental Management and Sustainable Development, 6: 361-372

Chambers, L.G., Y-P Chin, G.M. Filippelli, C.B Gardner, E.M Herndon, D.T. Long, W.B. Lyons, G.L. Macpherson, S.P McElmurry, C.E. McLean, J. Moore, R.P. Moyer, K. Neumann, C.A. Nezat, K. Soderberg, N. Teutsch and E. Widom, 2016, Developing the scientific framework for urban geochemistry, Applied Geochemistry 67:1-20.

Dowling, C.B., K. Neumann and L. Florea, Editors, 2016, Geothermal Energy: An Important Resource, GSA Special Paper Vol. 519. Geological Society of America.

*Siliski, A.C., L. J. Florea, C. B. Dowling, K. Neumann, A. C. Samuelson, M. Dunn, 2016, Stratigraphic heterogeneity in thermal and hydraulic characteristics in district-scale ground-source geothermal systems, in Geothermal Energy: An Emerging Resource. GSA Special Paper Vol. 519(C.B. Dowling, K. Neumann, and L.J. Florea, eds.), (Book Chapter)

Nicholson, K.N., *E. Hayes, K.  Neumann and C. Dowling, 2016, Drinking water quality in the Sagarmatha National Park (Mt. Everest) Nepal. Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection, 4 43-53. doi: 10.4236/gep.2016.44007.

*Reising, N., K. Neumann and M. Bernot, 2013, The influence of copper, lead, and iron on stream sediment nitrification, Proceedings Indiana Academy of Sciences 122: 78-92

Lyons, W.B., D. Leslie, K. Neumann, R.S. Harmon, K.A. Welch, K.M. Bisson and D.M. McNight, 2013, The Carbon Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry of Streams, Taylor Valley, Antarctica, Applied Geochemistry 32: 26-36.