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Improving People's Lives by Understanding and Mitigating Natural and Man-made Hazards
Improving People's Lives by Understanding and Mitigating Natural and Man-made Hazards
Improving People's Lives by Providing Safe and Resilient Infrastructure
Improving People's Lives by Providing Safe and Resilient Infrastructure
Improving People's Lives by Understanding Earth and Terrestrial Planet Systems
Improving People's Lives by Understanding Earth and Terrestrial Planet Systems
Improving People's Lives by Providing Clean Water
Improving People's Lives by Providing Clean Water
Improving People's Lives by Providing Safe Nuclear Energy Systems
Improving People's Lives by Providing Safe Nuclear Energy Systems
Improving People's Lives by Enabling our Students to Change the World
Improving People's Lives by Enabling our Students to Change the World
Improving People's Lives by Understanding and Measuring Human Impact on the Environment.
Improving People's Lives by Understanding and Measuring Human Impact on the Environment.

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Our faculty and students are deepening our understanding of Natural and Man Made Hazards, Civil Infrastructure, Environment, Water, Energy, and Earth and Planet Systems . Our alumni have a history of success and exemplary leadership in academia, consulting, national laboratories, construction, and industry.

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Amy Hixon

Amy Hixon

VIEW FULL PROFILE Email: Amy.Hixon.2@nd.edu
Phone: 574-631-1872
Website: http://www3.nd.edu/~ahixon/
Office: 301 Stinson-Remick Hall
The overarching research interests of the Hixon research group revolve around how processes at the mineral-water interface control actinide behavior.  Actinides are present in the environment as a result of nuclear weapons production and nuclear fuel disposition and pose a long-term environmental ...
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Amy Hixon

The overarching research interests of the Hixon research group revolve around how processes at the mineral-water interface control ...
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