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Kato T. Dee
Assistant Professor Natural Resource Management
B.S. Geology – University of Kansas
ENV-101 Introduction to Environmental Science
Phillips 66 Minority Scholarship (1999-2000)
Trail running, skiing (with the family and backcountry); mountaineering, fishing, live music, Jayhawk basketball (RCJHGKU), cooking, and “playing” in the lab.
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Currently a PhD candidate (2009 – current) in environmental chemistry at the Colorado School of Mines researching the characteristics of dissolved organic carbon in acid mine drainage impacted watersheds and implications on copper toxicity for aquatic organisms. Prior to employment at CMC, employed in the environmental consulting industry for 5 ½ years working on various environmental remediation, characterization, and contaminant fate and transport projects.