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Everett Shock

Everett Shock's lab studies how geochemical interactions on Earth can be applied to new environments, including other planets. His work explores how life can be supported in unique biomes and focuses on underwater environments dealing with hydrothermal ecosystems, serpentinization, and the metabolism throughout the oceanic crust. This covers how availability affects interactions and how those interactions occur under hydrothermal conditions.

Shock is a professor for the School Of Earth & Space Exploration, School of Life Sciences Adjuncts a Affiliates, and School of Molecular Sciences. He is also an associate faculty member for Biodesign Center for Fundamental & Applied Microbiomics. Shock is a Sustainability Scientist & Scholar. He is a Physical Sciences Technician and Lab Supervisor for the U.S. Geological Survey. He’s also a fellow of the Geochemical Society and European Association for Geochemistry, and a fellow of the American Geophysical Union. 

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