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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Clinton F Williams

Soil Scientist


Water Management and Conservation Research Unit

USDA-ARS, US Arid-Land Agricultural Research Center

Clinton Williams

 

Clinton Williams

Soil Physics/Soil Chemistry

US Arid-Land Agricultural Research Center

21881 North Cardon Lane

Maricopa, AZ 85138

520-316-6379

fax 520-316-6330

US Arid-Land Agricultural Research Center

 

 

Clinton.Williams@ars.usda.gov

Education

B.A. Chemistry, Brigham Young University 1992

M.S. Soil Physics, Brigham Young University 1995

Ph.D. Soil Physics/Soil Chemistry, University of California, Riverside 1998

 

Research Interests

I have been actively engaged in environmental research focusing on water quality and quantity for over 20 years. My training is in environmental chemistry and the physics and I look for ways to increase water supplies through the safe use of reclaimed waters. My current research is related to the environmental and human health impacts of biologically active contaminants (e.g. pharmaceuticals, hormones and trace organics) found in reclaimed municipal wastewater and the associated impacts on soil, biota, and natural waters in contact with wastewater. My research is also looking for ways to assess and minimize detrimental effects and maximize benefits for food production and environmental protection when using municipal wastewaters for irrigation in both urban and agricultural settings. I am also involved in characterizing the environmental loading patterns of these compounds while finding low cost treatment alternatives to reduce their environmental concentration using byproducts capable of removing the compounds from water supplies.

 

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