On top of Mt. Marcy, highest peak in NYS, in front of plaque dedicated to Geologist James Hutton

On top of Mt. Marcy, highest peak in NYS, in front of plaque dedicated to Geologist James Hutton. August 2013.

This is the homepage of Professor John C. Ayers. As a geochemist I study the interactions between water, rocks and minerals from the earth’s surface to deep in the upper mantle, both in the laboratory and field. I am also conducting research on the sustainable use of natural resources.

Ayers CV 2017

Book just published!

Ayers J.C. (2017) Sustainability: An Environmental Science Perspective. Taylor & Francis Group, CRC Press, 322 pages, ISBN 9781498752657 https://www.amazon.com/Sustainability-Environmental-Perspective-John-Ayers/dp/1498752659

Blog describing research of PhD student Moyo Ajayi: https://my.vanderbilt.edu/universityfundingprograms/2017/01/methane-rising-a-brief-description-of-how-we-measured-escaped-methane-at-hydraulically-fractured-gas-wells/