Franziska Landes

Graduate Student
Franziska Landes
Graduate Student
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Geochemistry
417 Comer
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US

Phone: 

(845) 365-8652

Fax: 

(845) 365-8155

Fields of interest: 

Environmental geochemistry, environmental health, soil science, community-based participatory research, citizen science, environmental education

Research Statement: 

Franziska Landes is a Ph.D. candidate in the Earth and Environmental Science program at Columbia University. She is interested in environmental geochemistry and public health, especially the potential for community and public participation in science to reduce exposure to environmental contaminants while increasing environmental literacy. Her current work involves developing a field test kit for lead in soils and working with communities to discover the extent of soil-lead contamination in New York City and Peru.

After receiving her B.Sc. from Jacobs University in Germany, she worked for two years at the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality, conducting and reviewing environmental assessments and remediation plans for the Brownfields Program.

Education
List of Degrees from highest to lowest
M.Phil. in Earth and Environmental Sciences
Columbia University
10/2017
M.A. in Earth and Environmental Sciences
Columbia University
05/2015
B.Sc. Earth and Space Science
Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany
06/2011
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Selected Publications:
Cadmium and Uranium in German and Brazilian Phosphorous Fertilizers, Smidt, G.A.; Landes, F.C.; Carvalho, L.M.; Koschinsky, A.; Schnug, E. The New Uranium Mining Boom, Berlin p.: 167-174 (2012)