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David R. Janecky, Ph.D.

David R. Janecky, Ph.D. PhotoDavid R. Janecky, Ph.D.
IndustryResearch
TitleDeputy Group Leader for Environmental Protection Division, Ecology & Air Quality Group
ExpertiseGeochemistry/environment
Current OrganizationLos Alamos National Laboratory
Type of OrganizationU.S. Department of Energy contract laboratory
Major ProductNational security, energy, general research
Area of DistributionNational
University/DegreeA.B. Geology, University of California, Berkeley, 1975; UC Education Abroad Program, Geology, University of Bergen, Norway, 1973-74; Ph.D., Geology, University of Minnesota at Minneapolis, 1982
Honors & AwardsNumerous including- LANL Director's Development Program; LANL Distinguished Performance Awards, WIPP Project-TRU Waste Characterization/Certification Team
Published WorksNumerous publications and reports including- Janecky, D.R., Seyfried W.E. Jr., 1984, Formation of Oceanic Ridge Crest Massive Sulfide Deposits: Incremental Reaction Models for Mixing Between Hydrothermal Solutions and Seawater. Geochim. Cos. Acta. 48, 2723-2738; Chen S., Dawson S.P., Doolen G.D., Janecky D.R., Lawniczak A., 1995, Lattice Methods and Their Applications to Reacting Systems. Computers & Chemical Engineering, 19, 617-646; Kaszuba J.P., Janecky D.R., Snow M.G., 2003, Carbon dioxide reaction processes in a model brine aquifer at 200 degrees Celsius and 200 bars: Implications for geologic sequestration of carbon. Applied Geochemistry, 18/7, 1065-1080; Clark D.L., Janecky D.R., Lane L.J., 2006, Application of science to actinide remediation actions at Rocky Flats, Physics Today (Sept.), 59, no. 9, 34-40, LAUR-06-4346; Letters & response, Physics Today (Sept.) 60, no. 9, 10 & 12; Whicker JJ, Janecky DR, Doerr TB, 2008, Adaptive Management: A new paradigm in post-release response to intentionally released agents, Risk Analysis, 28, No 5, 1445-1456; Foustankos DI, Sarov I, Janecky DR, 2008, Chemical and isotopic constraints on water/rock interactions at the Lost City hydrothermal field, 30 N Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Geochem Cos Actz 72. 5457-5474
AffiliationsAmerican Geophysical Union; Geochemical Society; American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS); Fellow, Society for Economic Geology; The Oceanography Society; Norsk Geologisk Forening (Geological Society of Norway); Order of the Golden Bear, University of California
Hobbies & SportsSkiing, fly-fishing, mountain climbing
Career AccomplishmentsResearch Geochemist; Management and Programmatic Experience highlights- Rocky Flats Environmental Technology Site; Actinide Migration Evaluation; LANL Environmental Management Program; US DOE Basic Energy Sciences; Chemistry, Geoscience and Biosciences Division, Geosciences Programs; LANL TRU Waste Characterization/Certification Program; has served on numerous advisory boards and review committees as well as being a Post Doctoral Scholar sponsor at LANL and a committee member for several Ph.D. students
Work HistoryTeaching Assistant, Univ. of California, Santa Barbara, 1975-76; Research Assistant, Stanford University, 1977-78; Research Assistant, 1978-82 and Research Associate, 1982-84, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis; University of California, Los Alamos National Laboratory, 1984-2006; Deputy Group Leader, Ecology & Air Quality Group, Env. Protection Div., 2006-present; Los Alamos National Security, LLC, Los Alamos National Laboratory, 2006-present
ChildrenGregg 1988; Grant 1990
SpouseLouise Anderson
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