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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Carrie E Green
Crop Systems and Global Change Laboratory
Horticulturist

Phone: (301) 504-9230 ext. 464
Fax: (301) 504-5048
Room 218A

10300 BALTIMORE AVENUE
BLDG 007 BARC-WEST
BELTSVILLE , MD 20705


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Accumulation of lead and arsenic by potato grown on lead-arsenate contaminated orchard soils -
Codling, E.E., Chaney, R.L., Green, C.E. 2016. Accumulation of lead and arsenic by potato grown on lead-arsenate contaminated orchard soils. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. doi: 10.1080/00103624.2016.1146754.
Lack of Zn inhibition of Cd accumulation by rice (Oryza sativa L.) supports non-Zn transporter uptake of Cd -
Growth and cadmium uptake of Swiss chard, Thlaspi caerulescens and corn in pH adjusted biosolids amended soils -
Broadhurst, C.L., Chaney, R.L., Davis, A.P., Cox, A., Kumar, K., Green, C.E. 2013. Growth and cadmium uptake of Swiss chard, Thlaspi caerulescens and corn in pH adjusted biosolids amended soils. International Journal of Phytoremediation. DOI:10.1080/15226514.2013.828015.
Phytotoxicity of zinc and manganese to seedlings grown in soil contaminated by zinc smelting -
Beyer, W.N., Green, C.E., Beyer, M., Chaney, R.L. 2013. Phytotoxicity of zinc and manganese to seedlings grown in soil contaminated by zinc smelting. Environmental Pollution. 179:167-176.
Accumulation of lead and arsenic by carrots grown on four lead-arsenate contaminated orchard soils -
Codling, E.E., Chaney, R.L., Green, C.E. 2015. Accumulation of lead and arsenic by carrots grown on four lead-arsenate contaminated orchard soils. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 38(4):509-525. DOI: 10.1080/01904167.2014.934477.
Relating forest injury near Palmerton, PA to zinc contamination from smelting -
Beyer, W.N., Krafft, C., Klassen, S., Green, C.E., Chaney, R.L. 2011. Relating forest injury near Palmerton, PA to zinc contamination from smelting. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 61:376-388.
Quantifying arsenic-induced morphological changes in spinach leaves: implications for remote sensing -
Varaprasad, B., Hansen, D.J., Codling, E.E., Daughtry, C.S., White-Hansen, S., Green, C.E. 2010. Quantifying arsenic-induced morphological changes in spinach leaves: implications for remote sensing. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 31:4163-4177.
NiO (bunsenite) is not available to Alyssum species -
Centofanti, T., Fellet, G., Green, C.E., Chaney, R.L. 2009. NiO (bunsenite) is not available to Alyssum species. BARC Poster Day. 319:219-223.
Zinc Fertilization Plus Liming to Reduce Cadmium Uptake by Romaine Lettuce on Cd-Mineralized Lockwood Soil -
Chaney, R.L., Green, C.E., Ajwa, H., Smith, R.F. 2009. Zinc Fertilization Plus Liming to Reduce Cadmium Uptake by Romaine Lettuce on Cd-Mineralized Lockwood Soil. Proceedings of the International Plant Nutrition Colloquium 16, Paper 1252, 7 pp. On line.
Correlating Arsenic-Induced Morphological Change in Spinach Leaves With Leaf Spectral Characteristics -
Bandaru, V., Hansen, D.L., Codling, E.E., Daughtry, C.S., White-Hansen, S.E., Czymmek, K.J., Green, C.E., Pizzolato, T. 2009. Correlating Arsenic-Induced Morphological Change in Spinach Leaves With Leaf Spectral Characteristics. Meeting Abstract.
Using Chelator-Buffered Nutrient Solutions to Induce Ni-Deficiency in the Ni-Hyperaccumulator Alyssum murale -
Chaney, R.L., Fellet, G., Torres, R., Centofanti, T., Green, C.E., Marchiol, L. 2009. Using Chelator-Buffered Nutrient Solutions to Induce Ni-Deficiency in the Ni-Hyperaccumulator Alyssum murale. Northeastern Naturalist 16 (Special Issue 5):215-222.
NiO(s) (Bunsenite) is not Available to Alyssum species -
Fellet, G., Centofanti, T., Chaney, R.L., Green, C.E. 2009. NiO(s) (Bunsenite) is not Available to Alyssum species. Plant and Soil Journal. 319:219-223.
Total and Extractable Lead and Arsenic Concentrations in U.S. Long-Term Orchard Soils and Potential Accumulation by Vegetable Crops -
Codling, E.E., Green, C.E., Piri, A.K., Chaney, R.L. 2007. Total and Extractable Lead and Arsenic Concentrations in U.S. Long-Term Orchard Soils and Potential Accumulation by Vegetable Crops. Meeting Abstract.
Relation of Spectral and Physiological Properties to Leaf Structural Characteristics of Arsenic Treated Rice Plants -
Bandru, V., Hansen, D., Codling, E.E., Daughtry, C.S., Green, C.E. 2007. Relation of Spectral and Physiological Properties to Leaf Structural Characteristics of Arsenic Treated Rice Plants. Meeting Abstract.
Remote Sensing of Arsenic Toxicity in Spinach -
Bandru, V., Hansen, D., Codling, E.E., Daughtry, C.S., Green, C.E. 2007. Remote Sensing of Arsenic Toxicity in Spinach. Meeting Abstract.
Phytoextraction of Ni and Cd from Biosolids-Contaminated Soils -
Chaney, R.L., Broadhurst, C., Green, C.E., Davis, A.P. 2007. Phytoextraction of Ni and Cd from Biosolids-Contaminated Soils. Meeting Abstract.
Lead and Arsenic Uptake by Carrots Grown on Five Orchard Soils With History of Lead Arsenate Used -
Codling, E.E., Chaney, R.L., Green, C.E. 2007. Lead and Arsenic Uptake by Carrots Grown on Five Orchard Soils With History of Lead Arsenate Used. Meeting Abstract. p. 241.
Plant Availability of Metals in Waste Foundry Sands -
Dungan, R.S., Dees, N.H., Green, C.E. 2006. Plant Availability of Metals in Waste Foundry Sands. Meeting Abstract. p. 230.
ZN DEFICIENCY PROMOTES CD ACCUMULATION BY LETTUCE FROM BIOSOLIDS AMENDED SOILS WITH HIGH CD:ZN RATIO -
Chaney, R.L., Filcheva, E., Green, C.E., Brown, S.L. 2006. Zn deficiency promotes cd accumulation by lettuce from biosolids amended soils with high cd:zn ratio. Journal of Residuals Science & Technology. 3(2):68-75.
TOTAL AND EXTRACTABLE LEAD AND ARSENIC CONCENTRATIONS IN US LONG-TERM ORCHARD SOILS AND POTENTIAL ACCUMULATION BY VEGETABLE CROPS -
Codling, E.E., Green, C.E., Piri, A.K., Chaney, R.L. 2006. Total and extractable lead and arsenic concentrations in U.S. long-term orchard soils and potential accumulation by vegetable crops [abstract]. CD-ROM.
REGISTRATION OF THREE LOW CADMIUM (HA 448, HA 449, AND RHA 450) CONFECTION SUNFLOWER GENETIC STOCKS -
Miller, J.F., Green, C.E., Li, Y., Chaney, R.L. 2006. Registration of three low cadmium (HA 448, HA 449, and RHA 450) confection sunflower genetic stocks. Crop Science. 46:489-490.
FOOD CHAIN TRANSFER AND BIOAVAILABILITY OF CD AND OTHER ELEMENTS IN PLANTS GROWN ON BIOSOLIDS AMENDED SOILS -
Chaney, R.L., Reeves, P.G., Kukier, U., Ryan, J.A., Green, C.E. 2004. Food chain transfer and bioavailability of Cd and other elements in plants grown on biosolids amended soils [abstract]. In: Proceedings of the Sustainable Land Application Conference, Buena Vista, Florida, January 4-8, 2004. p. 22.
INTERACTIONS BETWEEN CADMIUM UPTAKE AND PHYTOTOXIC LEVELS OF ZINC IN HARD RED SPRING WHEAT -
EFFECT OF SOIL PROPERTIES ON CADMIUM IN DURUM WHEAT -
EFFECT OF SOIL PH ON NICKEL AND COBALT UPTAKE BY TWO HYPERACCUMULATOR ALYSSUM SPECIES GROWN ON METAL CONTAMINATED SOILS -
EFFECT OF SOIL PROPERTIES ON CADMIUM IN DURUM WHEAT -
ACCUMULATION OF CD IN NONOILSEED SUNFLOWER KERNELS AND FLAX: GENETIC DIFFERENCES AND EFFECTS OF SOIL PROPERTIES -
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