The CREWS-PRB team will meet on Monday, November 15 at noon on WebEx. Mari Eggers, Research Assistant Professor at MSU, will present "Arsenic variability in home well water, southcentral Montana."
About Mari: Margaret (Mari) Eggers is a research assistant professor in environmental health at MSU. She previously lived on the Crow Reservation for more than a decade, where she taught science at the Tribal College. Since 2005 Eggers has been working with Crow colleagues and others on community-engaged research and mitigation to reduce exposure to waterborne contaminants, improve access to safe drinking water, understand the impacts of climate change on water resources and community health, and increase community capacity to address these issues. She is a co-author of Climate Change and Human Health in Montana. Eggers is the Associate Director for MSU’s accredited Environmental Heath degree program, teaches environmental health, serves on the local Board of Health and is a Board member of Montana Health Professionals for a Health Climate. Eggers has a B.A. and M.A. (Stanford), an M.S. in Ecology and a PhD in environmental health (MSU). List of publications: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/myncbi/1LIzgflcdN7kx/bibliography/public/.