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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: Plant and Soil Factors That Influence Bioavailability of Heavy Metals in Crops

Location: Crop Systems & Global Change

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)

Effects of distance and depth on total and bioaccessible lead in soils from two farmhouses in Beltsville, Maryland - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Codling, E.E. 2013. Effects of distance and depth on total and bioaccessible lead in soils from two farmhouses in Beltsville, Maryland. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 44:2678-2690.
Effect of flooding lead-arsenate contaminated orchard soil on growth, arsenic and lead accumulation in rice - (Abstract Only)
Codling, E.E. 2013. Effect of flooding lead-arsenate contaminated orchard soil on growth, arsenic and lead accumulation in rice. Meeting Abstract. pp. 450.
Phosphorus, copper, cadmium, manganese, lead and zinc uptake by wheat from long-term biosolids amended soils - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
(04-Oct-11)
Effect of coal byproducts encapsulated ammonium nitrate fertilizer on wheat growth and uptake of nitrogen and metals - (Abstract Only)
Codling, E.E. 2011. Effect of coal byproducts encapsulated ammonium nitrate fertilizer on wheat growth and uptake of nitrogen and metals. Meeting Abstract. ASA meeting.
Environmental impact and remediation of residual lead and arsenic pesticides in soil - (Book / Chapter)
Codling, E.E. 2011. Environmental impact and remediation of residual lead and arsenic pesticides in soil. In: Stoytcheva, M., editor. Pesticide in the modern world-risks and benefits. www.intechopen.com: INTECH Open Access Publisher. p. 169-180.
Last Modified: 11/28/2014
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