Kirk T Semple
Kirk T Semple
Professor of Environmental Microbiology, Lancaster University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei lancaster.ac.uk
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Bound pesticide residues in soils: a review
B Gevao, KT Semple, KC Jones
Environmental pollution 108 (1), 3-14, 2000
7892000
Peer reviewed: defining bioavailability and bioaccessibility of contaminated soil and sediment is complicated
KT Semple, KJ Doick, KC Jones, P Burauel, A Craven, H Harms
Environmental science & technology 38 (12), 228A-231A, 2004
6892004
Bioavailability of persistent organic pollutants in soils and sediments—a perspective on mechanisms, consequences and assessment
BJ Reid, KC Jones, KT Semple
Environmental Pollution 108 (1), 103-112, 2000
6742000
Bioavailability of hydrophobic organic contaminants in soils: fundamental concepts and techniques for analysis
KT Semple, AWJ Morriss, GI Paton
European journal of soil science 54 (4), 809-818, 2003
6342003
Impact of composting strategies on the treatment of soils contaminated with organic pollutants
KT Semple, BJ Reid, TR Fermor
Environmental pollution 112 (2), 269-283, 2001
6142001
Nonexhaustive cyclodextrin-based extraction technique for the evaluation of PAH bioavailability
BJ Reid, JD Stokes, KC Jones, KT Semple
Environmental Science & Technology 34 (15), 3174-3179, 2000
4272000
Electron shuttling via humic acids in microbial iron (III) reduction in a freshwater sediment
A Kappler, M Benz, B Schink, A Brune
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 47 (1), 85-92, 2004
3192004
Biodegradation of aromatic compounds by microalgae
KT Semple, RB Cain, S Schmidt
FEMS Microbiology letters 170 (2), 291-300, 1999
2931999
Microbial interactions with organic contaminants in soil: definitions, processes and measurement
KT Semple, KJ Doick, LY Wick, H Harms
Environmental pollution 150 (1), 166-176, 2007
2662007
Microbe‐aliphatic hydrocarbon interactions in soil: implications for biodegradation and bioremediation
JL Stroud, GI Paton, KT Semple
Journal of Applied Microbiology 102 (5), 1239-1253, 2007
2272007
Bioavailability of nonextractable (bound) pesticide residues to earthworms
B Gevao, C Mordaunt, KT Semple, TG Piearce, KC Jones
Environmental science & technology 35 (3), 501-507, 2001
2102001
Impact of black carbon in the extraction and mineralization of phenanthrene in soil
AH Rhodes, A Carlin, KT Semple
Environmental science & technology 42 (3), 740-745, 2008
1912008
Biodegradation of phenols by the alga Ochromonas danica.
KT Semple, RB Cain
Applied and environmental microbiology 62 (4), 1265-1273, 1996
1841996
Past, present, and future controls on levels of persistent organic pollutants in the global environment
L Nizzetto, M Macleod, K Borgå, A Cabrerizo, J Dachs, AD Guardo, ...
Environmental science & technology 44 (17), 6526-6531, 2010
1812010
The challenges of anaerobic digestion and the role of biochar in optimizing anaerobic digestion
MO Fagbohungbe, BMJ Herbert, L Hurst, CN Ibeto, H Li, SQ Usmani, ...
Waste management 61, 236-249, 2017
1512017
A simple 14C-respirometric method for assessing microbial catabolic potential and contaminant bioavailability
BJ Reid, CJA MacLeod, PH Lee, AWJ Morriss, JD Stokes, KT Semple
FEMS Microbiology Letters 196 (2), 141-146, 2001
1482001
Interactions between earthworms and arsenic in the soil environment: a review
CJ Langdon, TG Piearce, AA Meharg, KT Semple
Environmental Pollution 124 (3), 361-373, 2003
1442003
Influence of contact time on extractability and degradation of pyrene in soils
CJA MacLeod, KT Semple
Environmental science & technology 34 (23), 4952-4957, 2000
1382000
From bioavailability science to regulation of organic chemicals
JJ Ortega-Calvo, J Harmsen, JR Parsons, KT Semple, MD Aitken, C Ajao, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 49 (17), 10255-10264, 2015
1272015
Long-term fate of polychlorinated biphenyls and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in an agricultural soil
KJ Doick, EVA Klingelmann, P Burauel, KC Jones, KT Semple
Environmental science & technology 39 (10), 3663-3670, 2005
1192005
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