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Industrial age anthropogenic inputs of heavy metals into the pedosphere
FX Han, A Banin, Y Su, DL Monts, JM Plodinec, WL Kingery, GE Triplett
Naturwissenschaften 89 (11), 497-504, 2002
3392002
Phytoavailability and toxicity of trivalent and hexavalent chromium to Brassica juncea
FX Han, BBM Sridhar, DL Monts, Y Su
New Phytologist 162 (2), 489-499, 2004
2322004
New approach to studies of heavy metal redistribution in soil
FX Han, A Banin, WL Kingery, GB Triplett, LX Zhou, SJ Zheng, WX Ding
Advances in Environmental Research 8 (1), 113-120, 2003
2172003
Anatomical changes due to uptake and accumulation of Zn and Cd in Indian mustard (Brassica juncea)
BBM Sridhar, SV Diehl, FX Han, DL Monts, Y Su
Environmental and experimental botany 54 (2), 131-141, 2005
2152005
Binding, distribution, and plant uptake of mercury in a soil from Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA
FX Han, Y Su, DL Monts, CA Waggoner, MJ Plodinec
Science of the total Environment 368 (2-3), 753-768, 2006
2112006
Assessment of global industrial-age anthropogenic arsenic contamination
FX Han, Y Su, DL Monts, MJ Plodinec, A Banin, GE Triplett
Naturwissenschaften 90 (9), 395-401, 2003
2082003
Accumulation of heavy metals in a long-term poultry waste-amended soil
FX Han, WL Kingery, HM Selim, PD Gerard
Soil Science 165 (3), 260-268, 2000
2052000
Effects of long-term chemical fertilization and organic amendments on dynamics of soil organic C and total N in paddy soil derived from barren land in subtropical China
Z Li, M Liu, X Wu, F Han, T Zhang
Soil and Tillage Research 106 (2), 268-274, 2010
2012010
Acidic volatiles and the Mars soil
A Banin, FX Han, I Kan, A Cicelsky
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 102 (E6), 13341-13356, 1997
1891997
Assessment of soil organic and carbonate carbon storage in China
ZP Li, FX Han, Y Su, TL Zhang, B Sun, DL Monts, MJ Plodinec
Geoderma 138 (1-2), 119-126, 2007
1762007
Bioaccumulation and physiological effects of mercury in Pteris vittata and Nephrolepis exaltata
J Chen, S Shiyab, FX Han, DL Monts, CA Waggoner, Z Yang, Y Su
Ecotoxicology 18 (1), 110-121, 2009
1562009
Rapid determination of mercury in plant and soil samples using inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy, a comparative study
FX Han, WD Patterson, Y Xia, BB Sridhar, Y Su
Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 170 (1), 161-171, 2006
1522006
Redistribution of heavy metals in arid-zone soils under a wetting-drying cycle soil moisture regime
FX Han, A Banin, GB Triplett
Soil Science 166 (1), 18-28, 2001
1422001
Water‐quality effects of incorporating poultry litter into perennial grassland soils
DH Pote, WL Kingery, GE Aiken, FX Han, PA Moore Jr, K Buddington
Journal of Environmental Quality 32 (6), 2392-2398, 2003
1382003
Long-term transformations and redistribution of potentially toxic heavy metals in arid-zone soils incubated: I. Under saturated conditions
F Han, A Banin
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 95 (1), 399-423, 1997
1381997
Biogeochemistry of trace elements in arid environments
FX Han
Springer Science & Business Media, 2007
1202007
Long-term transformation and redistribution of potentially toxic heavy metals in arid-zone soils: II. Incubation at the field capacity moisture content
FX Han, A Banin
Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 114 (3), 221-250, 1999
1121999
Electro-kinetic remediation coupled with phytoremediation to remove lead, arsenic and cesium from contaminated paddy soil
X Mao, FX Han, X Shao, K Guo, J McComb, Z Arslan, Z Zhang
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 125, 16-24, 2016
962016
Phytotoxicity of mercury in Indian mustard (Brassica juncea L.)
S Shiyab, J Chen, FX Han, DL Monts, FB Matta, M Gu, Y Su
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety 72 (2), 619-625, 2009
932009
Accumulation, distribution, and toxicity of copper in sediments of catfish ponds receiving periodic copper sulfate applications
FX Han, JA Hargreaves, WL Kingery, DB Huggett, DK Schlenk
Journal of Environmental Quality 30 (3), 912-919, 2001
912001
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