Susan C Wilson
Dr Susan Wilson is Associate Professor in Environmental Pollution at University of New England (UNE), Armidale, NSW. She leads the UNE Pollution Science Research Group. Her research answers questions on the cycling, processing and fate of contaminants in terrestrial systems to provide solutions for management and remediation. She has worked on legacy pollutants as well as emerging concerns including PFAS and microplastics, and is an expert on the biogeochemistry of the metalloid antimony. Susan is a chemist and completed her PhD on the fate and behaviour of VOCs and chlorophenols in biosolids amended soils at Lancaster University, UK. After postdoctoral research (Institute of Terrestrial Ecology, UK), she moved to Australia in 1999, working in consultancy and the NSW EPA prior to academic appointment. Susan is Senior Editor for Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management and is an editorial board member for the UN Food and Agriculture Organization Working Group developing technical advice on soil pollution for developing nations.
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