Daniel Boland

Daniel completed a Bachelor of Engineering (Environmental Engineering) with first class honours and a Bachelor of Arts (Japanese) at the University of Western Australia in 2009. He started his PhD project, molecular scale mechanisms that contribute to the fate of uranium during iron oxide crystallization (refer to Uranium Mobility project) in July 2009 at the University of NSW Water Research Centre.

Research Interests

· The fate of uranium and other redox active species during iron oxide crystallisation

· The use of synchrotron radiation to determine crystal structure

· Mineral transformations in acid sulfate soils


Boland DD, RN Collins, AM Jones, TE Payne and TD Waite (2009) Investigating the fate of U(VI) during the Fe(II)-catalysed transformation of Fe(III) minerals with X-ray absorption spectroscopy. Proceedings of 16th AINSE Conference on Nuclear and Complementary Techniques of Analysis, Lucas Heights, Australia, November 2009 (accepted 09/2009).

Boland DD, RN Collins, TE Payne and TD Waite (2011) Effect of amorphous Fe(III) oxide transformation on the Fe(II)-mediated reduction of U(VI). Environ. Sci. Technol 45:1327-1333.