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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Sabine R. Goldberg

Soil Scientist

 
 
Sabine Goldberg   Sabine Goldberg
Research Soil Scientist

Water Reuse & Remediation Research Unit
USDA-ARS, U.S. Salinity Laboratory
450 W. Big Springs Road
Riverside, CA 92507

Phone: 951-369-4820
Fax: 951-342-4962

Sabine.Goldberg@ars.usda.gov

 

Research Interests:

  • Adsorption chemistry of nutrient and trace element anions
  • Reactions of boron in soils
  • Surface complexation modeling of charging and adsorption at the solid-solution interface
  • Characterization and modeling of competitive ion adsorption reactions
  • Effect of variably-charged surfaces on soil structure, flocculation-dispersion, aggregate stability
 

Academic Experience:

Ph.D. 1983 Soil Science University of California, Riverside, CA
B.S.A. 1977 Soil Science University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
 

Positions:

1983 - Present Soil Scientist U.S. Salinity Laboratory, Riverside, CA
1997 - 2002 Adjunct Associate Professor University of California, Riverside, CA
1980 - 1982 Graduate Regents Fellow University of California, Riverside, CA
1978 - 1983 Research Assistant University of California, Riverside, CA
 

Selected Professional Activities:

2000 Chair - Division S-2, Soil Chemistry, Soil Science Society of America
1998-2002 Associate Editor - Soil Science Society of America Journal
2006-2011 Technical Editor - Soil Science Society of America Journal
2014 Editor – Soil Science Society of America Journal
2003-2011 Associate Editor - Scientia Agricola
2007-present Editor - Soil Science
2007-2009 Associate Editor - Applied and Environmental Soil Science
2011-2013 Associate Editor - Vadose Zone Journal
1990-1995 Co-Editor - Soil Science Society of America Special Publication 42: "Chemical Equilibrium and Reaction Models"
1991 Editor's Citation for Excellence in Manuscript Review,
Soil Science Society of America Journal
1998 Gamma Sigma Delta - Alumni Award of Merit
1999 Fellow - Soil Science Society of America
2008 Excellence in Review Award - Environmental Science & Technology
 

Publications:

  1. Goldberg, S. and D.L. Suarez. 2014. A new soil test for quantitative measurement of plant available and adsorbed boron. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 78:480-485.
  2. Goldberg, S. 2014. Macroscopic experimental and modeling evaluation of selenite and selenate adsorption mechanisms on gibbsite. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 78:473-479.
  3. Goldberg, S. and B.A. Manning. 2011. Speciation of arsenic (III)/arsenic (V) and selenium (IV)/selenium (VI) using coupled ion chromatography – hydride generation atomic absorption spectrometry. In K.R. Ramesh Reddy, P. Megonigal, C. Richardson and R.D. DeLaune (eds.) Biogeochemistry of Wetlands. Book Chapter. 41:419-432.
  4. Goldberg, S. 2013. Surface complexation modeling. Reference Module in: Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences. Elsevier. Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences. (doi: 10.1016/B978-0-12-409548-9.05311-2):1-14.
  5. Goldberg, S. and D.L. Suarez. 2013. Arsenate adsorption by unsaturated alluvial sediments. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 77(3):782-791.
  6. Skaggs, T.H., D.L. Suarez and S. Goldberg. 2013. Effects of soil hydraulic and transport parameter uncertainity on predictions of solute transport in large lysimeters. Vadose Zone J. doi:10.20136/vjz2012.0143
  7. Goldberg, S. 2013. Modeling selenite adsorption envelopes on oxides, clay minerals, and soils using the triple layer model. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 77(1):64-71.
  8. Skaggs, T.H., D.L. Suarez and S. Goldberg. 2012. Replicated lysimeter measurements of tracer transport in clayey soils: Effects of irrigation water salinity. Agric. Water Manage. 110:84-93.
  9. Goldberg, S. and D.L. Suarez. 2012. Role of organic matter on boron adsorption-desorption hysteresis of soils. Soil Sci. 177(7):417-423.
  10. Goldberg, S., I. Lebron, J.C. Seaman and D.L. Suarez. 2012. Soil Colloidal Behavior. In: P.M. Huang, Y. Li and M.E. Sumner (eds.) Handbook of Soil Sciences Properties and Processes (2nd Edition). CRC Press, Taylor Francis Group, Boca Raton. FL. Chapter 15. 15-1-15-39.
  11. Deverel, S.J., S. Goldberg and R. Fujii. 2012. Chemistry of trace elements in soils and groundwater. In: W.W. Wallender and K.K. Tanji (eds.) Agricultural Salinity Assessment and Management, ASCE Salinity Manual No. 71 (2nd Edition). ASCE. Reston, VA. Chapter 4. 89-137.
  12. Mitchell, W., S. Goldberg and H.A. Al-Abadleh. 2011. In-situ ATR-FTIR and surface complexation modeling studies on the adsorption of dimethylarsinic acid and p-arsanilic acid on Iron - (oxyhydr)oxides. J. Colloid Interface Science. 358:534-540.
  13. Goldberg, S. and D.L. Suarez. 2011. Release of native and amended boron from arid zone soils after varying incubation times. Soil Sci. 176(5):213-217.
  14. Goldberg, S. 2011. Chemical equilibrium and reaction modeling of arsenic and selenium in soils. In: M. Selim (ed) Dynamics and bioavailability of heavy metals in the rootzone. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. 65-92.
  15. Goldberg, S. and D.L. Suarez. 2011. Distinguishing boron desorption from mineral dissolution in arid zone soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 75(4):1317-1323.
  16. Goldberg, S. and D.L. Suarez. 2011. Influence of soil solution cation composition on boron adsorption by soils. Soil Science. 176(2):80-83.
  17. Goldberg, S. and N.J. Kabengi. 2010. Bromide adsorption by reference minerals and soils. Vadose Zone J. 9:780-786.
  18. Goldberg, S. 2010. Competitive adsorption of molybdenum in the presence of phosphorus or sulfur on gibbsite. Soil Sci. 175(3):105-110.
  19. Shouse, P.J., S. Goldberg, T.H. Skaggs, R.W.O. Soppe and J.E. Ayars. 2010. Changes in spatial and temporal variability of SAR affected by shallow groundwater management of an irrigated field, California. Agricultural Water Management. 97:673-680.
  20. Goldberg, S., S. Hyun and L.S. Lee. 2008. Chemical modeling of Arsenic(III, V) and Selenium(IV, VI) adsorption by soils surrounding ash disposal facilities. Vadose Zone J. 7(4):1231-1238.
  21. Goldberg, S. 2009. Influence of soil solution salinity on molybdenum adsorption by soils. Soil Sci. 174(1):9-13.
  22. Goldberg, S., D.L. Suarez and P.J. Shouse. 2008. Influence of soil solution salinity on boron adsorption by soils. Soil Science. 173(6):368-374.
  23. Goldberg, S., C.T. Johnston, D.L. Suarez and S.M. Lesch. 2008. Mechanism of molybdenum adsorption on soils and soil minerals evaluated using vibrational spectroscopy and surface complexation modeling. In: M.O. Barnett and D.B. Kent (eds.) Adsorption of Metals by Geomedia II. Variables, mechanisms, and model applications. Elsevier Press. Chapter 9. 235-266.
  24. Goldberg, S., E. Scalera, and P. Adamo. 2008. Molybdenum adsorption by volcanic Italian soils. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 39:693:706.
  25. Goldberg, S. and L.J. Criscenti. 2008. Modeling adsorption of heavy metals and metalloids by soil components. In: A. Violante, P.M. Huang and G.M. Gadd (eds.) Biophysico- Chemical Processes of Heavy Metals and Metalloids in Soil Environments. John Wiley and Sons. Chapter 6. 215-264..
  26. Goldberg, S., S.M. Lesch, and D.L. Suarez. 2007. Predicting selenite adsorption by soils using soil chemical parameters in the constant capacitance model. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 71:5750-5762.
  27. Goldberg, S., L.J. Criscenti, D.R. Turner, J.A. Davis, and K.J. Cantrell. 2007. Adsorption-desorption processes in subsurface reactive transport modeling. Vadose Zone J. 6:407-435.
  28. Herbel, M.J., D.L. Suarez, S. Goldberg and S. Gao. 2007. Evaluation of chemical amendments for pH and redox stabilization in aqueous suspensions of three California soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 71(3):927-939.
  29. Goldberg, S., and C. Su. 2007. New advances in boron soil chemistry. In Advances in plant and animal boron nutrition. F. Xu (ed.), Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, p. 313-330.
  30. Goldberg, S., and D.L. Suarez. 2006. Prediction of anion adsorption and transport in soil systems using the constant capacitance model. In Surface complexation modeling. J. Lützenkirchen (ed.), Interface Science and Technology series, Volume 11, Elsevier, Amsterdam, p. 491-517.
  31. Gao, S., S. Goldberg, M.J. Herbel, A.T Chalmers, R. Fujii, and K.K. Tanji. 2006. Sorption processes affecting arsenic solubility in oxidized surface sediments from Tulare Lake Bed, California. Chem. Geol. 228:33-43.
  32. Shouse, P.J., S. Goldberg, T.H. Skaggs, R.W.O. Soppe, and J.E. Ayars. 2006. Effects of shallow groundwater management on the spatial and temporal variability of boron and salinity in an irrigated field. Vadose Zone J. 5:377-390.
  33. Goldberg, S., D.A. Martens, H.S. Forster, and M.J. Herbel. 2006. Speciation of selenium(IV) and selenium(VI) using coupled ion chromatography hydride generation atomic absorption spectrometry. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 70:41-47.
  34. Jara, A.A., S. Goldberg, and M.L. Mora. 2005. Studies of the surface charge of amorphous aluminosilicates using surface complexation models. J. Colloid Interface Sci. 292:160-170.
  35. Goldberg, S., S.M. Lesch, D.L. Suarez, and N.T. Basta. 2005. Predicting arsenate adsorption by soils using soil chemical parameters in the constant capacitance model. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 69:1389-1398.
  36. Goldberg, S., D.L. Corwin, P.J. Shouse, and D.L. Suarez. 2005. Prediction of boron adsorption by field samples of diverse textures. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 69:1379-1388.
  37. Goldberg, S. 2005. Equations and models describing adsorption processes in soils. In Chemical processes in soils. M.A. Tabatabai and D.L Sparks (eds.), Soil. Sci. Soc. Am. Book Series 8:489-517.
  38. Shouse, P.J., S. Goldberg, T.H. Skaggs, and D.L. Suarez. 2005. Instrumenting large soil columns for salinity and trace element studies. Proceedings of the International Salinity Forum, Riverside, CA, April 25-27, 2005, p. 147-149.
  39. Shouse, P.J., S. Goldberg, R.W.O. Soppe, T.H. Skaggs, and J.E. Ayars. 2005. Spatial and temporal distributions of salinity and boron in an irrigated field under shallow groundwater management. Proceedings of the International Salinity Forum, Riverside, CA, April 25-27, 2005, p. 417-420.
  40. Goldberg, S., P.J. Shouse, S.M. Lesch, C.M. Grieve, J.A. Poss, H.S. Forster, and D.L. Suarez. 2005. Soil boron extractions as indicators of boron toxicity. Proceedings of the International Salinity Forum, Riverside, CA, April 25-27, 2005, p. 55-58.
  41. Goldberg, S., S.M. Lesch, and D.L. Suarez. 2005. Predicting trace element adsorption by soils using soil chemical parameters. Proceedings of the International Salinity Forum, Riverside, CA, April 25-27, 2005, p. 197-200.
  42. Goldberg, S. 2005. Inconsistency in the triple layer model description of ionic strength dependent boron adsorption. J. Colloid Interface Sci. 285:509-517.
  43. Goldberg, S. 2005. Surface complexation modeling In Encyclopedia of Soils in the Environment. D. Hillel (ed.), Vol. 4, Elsevier Ltd., Oxford, p. 97-108.
  44. Lebron, I., D.A. Robinson, and S. Goldberg. 2004. The dielectric permittivity of calcite and arid zone soils with carbonate minerals. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 68:1549-1559.
  45. Vaughan, P.J., P.J. Shouse, S. Goldberg, D.L. Suarez, and J.E. Ayars. 2004. Boron transport within an agricultural field: Uniform flow versus mobile-immobile water model simulations. Soil Sci. 169:401-412.
  46. Goldberg, S. 2004. Modeling boron adsorption isotherms and envelopes using the constant capacitance model. Vadose Zone J. 3:676-680.
  47. Goldberg, S., D.L. Suarez, N.T. Basta, and S.M. Lesch. 2004. Predicting boron adsorption isotherms by Midwestern soils using the constant capacitance model. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 68:795-801.
  48. Goldberg, S., P.J. Shouse, S.M. Lesch, C.M. Grieve, J.A. Poss, H.S. Forster, and D.L. Suarez. 2003. Effect of high boron application on boron content and growth of melons. Plant Soil 256:403-411.
  49. Goldberg, S., and C.M. Grieve. 2003. Boron adsorption by maize cell walls. Plant Soil 251:137-142.
  50. Goldberg, S., P.J. Shouse, S.M. Lesch, C.M. Grieve, J.A. Poss, H.S. Forster, and D.L. Suarez. 2002. Soil boron extractions as indicators of boron content of field-grown crops. Soil Sci. 167:720-728.
  51. Goldberg, S., S.M. Lesch, and D.L. Suarez. 2002. Predicting molybdenum adsorption by soils using soil chemical parameters in the constant capacitance model. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 66: 66:1836-1842.
  52. Goldberg, S. 2002. Competitive adsorption of arsenate and arsenite on oxides and clay minerals. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 66:413-421.
  53. Goldberg, S., I. Lebron, D.L. Suarez, and Z.R. Hinedi. 2001. Surface characterization of amorphous aluminum oxides. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 65:78-86.
  54. Goldberg, S., and C.T. Johnston. 2001. Mechanisms of arsenic adsorption on amorphous oxides evaluated using macroscopic measurements, vibrational spectroscopy, and surface complexation modeling. J. Colloid Interface Sci. 234:204-216.
  55. Goldberg, S., S.M. Lesch, and D.L. Suarez. 2000. Predicting boron adsorption by soils using soil chemical parameters in the constant capacitance model. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 64:1356-1363.
  56. Corwin, D.L., S.Goldberg, R.D. LeMert, and A. David. 1999. Evaluation of a functional model for simulating boron transport in soil. Soil Sci. 164:697-717.
  57. Corwin, D.L., R.D. LeMert, A. David, and S. Goldberg. 1999. Mobility of arsenic in soil from the Rocky Mountain Arsenal area. J. Contaminant Hydrol. 39:35-58.
  58. Goldberg, S., I. Lebron, and D.L. Suarez. 1999. Soil colloidal behavior. In Handbook of Soil Science. M.E. Sumner (ed.), CRC Press B:195-240.
  59. Goldberg, S. 1999. Reanalysis of boron adsorption on soils and soil minerals using the constant capacitance model. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 63:823-829.
  60. Suarez, D.L., S. Goldberg, and C. Su. 1998. Evaluation of oxyanion adsorption mechanisms on oxides using FTIR spectroscopy and electrophoretic mobility. Am. Chem. Soc. Symp. Ser. 715:136-178.
  61. Manning, B.A., S.E. Fendorf, and S. Goldberg. 1998. Surface structures and stability of arsenic(III) on goethite: Spectroscopic evidence for inner-sphere complexes. Environ. Sci. Technol. 32:2383-2388.
  62. Goldberg, S., C. Su, and H.S. Forster. 1998. Sorption of molybdenum on oxides, clay minerals, and soils: Mechanisms and models. In Adsorption of metals by geomedia: Variables, mechanisms, and model applications. E.A. Jenne (ed.), Proc. Am. Chem. Soc. Symp., Academic Press, San Diego, p. 401-426.
  63. Gao, S., K.K. Tanji, and S. Goldberg. 1998. Reactivity and transformation of arsenic. In Agroecosystems and the environment: Sources, control, and remediation of potentially toxic, trace element oxyanions. L.M. Dudley and J. Guitjens (eds.), Pacific Div., Am. Assoc. Adv. Sci., San Francisco, CA, p. 17-38.
  64. Goldberg, S., and H.S. Forster. 1998. Factors affecting molybdenum adsorption by soils and minerals. Soil Sci. 163:109-114.
  65. Goldberg, S. 1998. Ion adsorption at the soil particle-solution interface: Modeling and mechanisms. In IUPAC Series on analytical and physical chemistry of environmental systems, Vol. 4, Structure and surface reactions of soil particles. P.M. Huang, N. Senesi, and J. Buffle (eds.), Wiley, p. 377-412.
  66. Manning, B.A., and S. Goldberg. 1997. Arsenic(III) and arsenic(V) adsorption on three California soils. Soil Sci. 162:886-895.
  67. Goldberg, S. 1997. Reactions of boron in soils. Plant Soil 193:35-48 In Boron in Soils and Plants. B. Dell (ed.), Proc. Boron97 Int. Symp. on Boron in Soils and Plants, Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  68. Manning, B.A., and S. Goldberg. 1997. Adsorption and stability of arsenic(III) at the clay mineral water interface. Environ. Sci. Technol. 31:2005-2011.
  69. Grossl, P.R., M. Eick, D.L. Sparks, S. Goldberg, and C.C. Ainsworth. 1997. Arsenate and chromate retention mechanisms on goethite. II. Kinetic evaluation using a pressure-jump relaxation technique. Environ. Sci. Technol. 31:321-326.
  70. Goldberg, S. 1996. Mechanisms of ion adsorption in soils: General characteristics and models employed. Proc. Solo-Suelo 96 13th Latin American Soil Science Congress, Aguas de Lindoia, Brazil, 4-8 August 1996 (on CD-ROM).
  71. Manning, B.A., and S. Goldberg. 1996. Modeling arsenate competitive adsorption on kaolinite, montmorillonite, and illite. Clays Clay Miner. 44:609-623.
  72. Goldberg, S., H.S. Forster, S.M. Lesch, and E.L. Heick. 1996. Influence of anion competition on boron adsorption by clay minerals and soils. Soil Sci. 161:99-103.
  73. Goldberg, S., H.S. Forster, and C.L. Godfrey. 1996. Molybdenum adsorption on oxides, clay minerals, and soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 60:425-432.
  74. Manning, B.A., and S. Goldberg. 1996. Modeling competitive adsorption of arsenate with phosphate and molybdate on oxide minerals. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 60:121-131.
  75. Goldberg, S., J.A. Davis, and J.D. Hem. 1996. The surface chemistry of aluminum oxides and hydroxides. In Environmental chemistry of aluminum. G. Sposito (ed.), Lewis Publishers, Chelsea, p. 271-331.
  76. Goldberg, S. 1995. Adsorption models incorporated into chemical equilibrium models. In Chemical equilibrium and reaction models. R. Loeppert, A.P. Schwab, and S. Goldberg (eds.), Soil. Sci. Soc. Am. Special Publication 42:75-95.
  77. Suarez, D.L., and S. Goldberg. 1994. Modeling soil solution, mineral formation and weathering. In Quantitative modeling of soil forming processes. R.B. Bryant and R. Arnold (eds.), Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Special Publication 39:37-60.
  78. Goldberg, S., H.S. Forster, and E.L. Heick. 1993. Temperature effects on boron adsorption by reference minerals and soils. Soil Sci. 156:316-321.
  79. Goldberg, S., H.S. Forster, and E.L. Heick. 1993. Boron adsorption mechanisms on oxides, clay minerals, and soils inferred from ionic strength effects. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 57:704-708.
  80. Goldberg, S. 1993. Constant capacitance model: Chemical surface complexation model for describing adsorption of toxic trace elements on soil minerals. Am. Chem. Soc. Symp. Ser. 518: 278-307.
  81. Goldberg, S. 1993. Chemistry and mineralogy of boron in soils. In Boron and its role in crop production. U.C. Gupta (ed.) CRC Press, Boca Raton, p. 3-44.
  82. Hinedi, Z.R., S. Goldberg, A.C. Chang, and J.P. Yesinowski. 1992. A 31P and 1H MAS NMR study of phosphate sorption onto calcium carbonate. J. Colloid Interface Sci. 152:141-160.
  83. Goldberg, S. 1992. Use of surface complexation models in soil chemical systems. Adv. Agron. 47:233-329.
  84. Bleam, W.F., P.E. Pfeffer, S. Goldberg, R.W. Taylor, and R. Dudley. 1991. A 31P solid- state nuclear magnetic resonance study of phosphate adsorption at the boehmite/aqueous-solution interface. Langmuir 7:1702-1712.
  85. Goldberg, S., H.S. Forster, and E.L. Heick. 1991. Flocculation of illite/kaolinite and illite/montmorillonite mixtures as affected by sodium adsorption ratio and pH. Clays Clay Miner. 39:375-380.
  86. Goldberg, S. 1991. Sensitivity of surface complexation modeling to the surface site density parameter. J. Colloid Interface Sci. 145:1-9.
  87. Goldberg, S. and H.S. Forster. 1991. Boron sorption on calcareous soils and reference calcites. Soil Sci. 152:304-310.
  88. Goldberg, S., B.S. Kapoor, and J.D. Rhoades. 1990. Effect of aluminum and iron oxides and organic matter on flocculation and dispersion of arid zone soils. Soil Sci. 150:588-593.
  89. Goldberg, S. and H.S. Forster. 1990. Flocculation of reference clays and arid zone soil clays. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 54:714-718.
  90. Goldberg, S. 1989. Interaction of aluminum and iron oxides and clay minerals and their effect on soil physical properties: A review. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 20:1181-1207.
  91. Goldberg, S., D.L. Suarez and R.A. Glaubig. 1988. Factors affecting clay dispersion and aggregate stability of arid zone soils. Soil Sci. 146:317-325.
  92. Goldberg, S., and R.A. Glaubig. 1988. Anion sorption on a calcareous, montmorillonitic soil - arsenic. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 52:1297-1300.
  93. Goldberg, S., and R.A. Glaubig. 1988. Anion sorption on a calcareous, montmorillonitic soil - selenium. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 52:954-958.
  94. Glaubig, R.A. and S. Goldberg. 1988. Determination of inorganic arsenic(III) and arsenic(III plus V) using automated hydride-generation atomic-absorption spectrometry. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 52:536-537.
  95. Goldberg, S., and R.A. Glaubig. 1988. Boron and silicon adsorption on an aluminum oxide. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 52:87-91.
  96. Goldberg, S., and S.J. Traina. 1987. Chemical modeling of anion competition on oxides using the constant capacitance model--mixed-ligand approach. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 51:929-932.
  97. Goldberg, S. and R.A. Glaubig. 1987. Effect of saturating cation, pH, and aluminum and iron oxide on the flocculation of kaolinite and montmorillonite. Clays Clay Minerals. 35:220-227.
  98. Goldberg, S. 1986. Chemical modeling of specific anion adsorption on oxides, clay minerals, and soils. ENVIROSOFT 86. CML Publications, Ashurst, Southampton, UK. p. 671-688.
  99. Goldberg, S. 1986. Chemical modeling of arsenate adsorption on aluminum and iron oxide minerals. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 50:1154-1157.
  100. Goldberg, S., and R.A. Glaubig. 1986. Boron adsorption on California soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 50:1173-1176.
  101. Goldberg, S., and R.A. Glaubig. 1986. Boron adsorption and silicon release by the clay minerals kaolinite, montmorillonite, and illite. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 50:1442-1448.
  102. Goldberg, S., and R.A. Glaubig. 1985. Boron adsorption on aluminum and iron oxide minerals. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 49:1374-1379.
  103. Goldberg, S. 1985. Chemical modeling of anion competition on goethite using the constant capacitance model. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 49:851-856.
  104. Goldberg, S., and G. Sposito. 1985. On the mechanism of specific phosphate adsorption by hydroxylated mineral surfaces: A review. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 16:801-821.
  105. Goldberg, S., and G. Sposito. 1984. A chemical model of phosphate adsorption by soils. II. Noncalcareous soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 48:779-783.
  106. Goldberg, S., and G. Sposito. 1984. A chemical model of phosphate adsorption by soils. I. Reference oxide minerals. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 48:772-778.
  107. Baccini, P., E. Grieder, R. Stierli, and S. Goldberg. 1982. The influence of natural organic matter on the adsorption properties of mineral particles in lake water. Schweiz. Z. Hydrol. 44:99-116.
  108. Elseewi, A.A., S.R. Grimm, and A.L. Page. 1981. Boron enrichment of plants and soils treated with coal ash. J. Plant Nutrition 3:409-427.
  109. Elseewi, A.A., A.L. Page, and S.R. Grimm. 1980. Chemical characterization of fly ash aqueous extracts. J. Environ. Qual. 9:424-428.
 

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