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Person Details: Charles F. Harvey

Superfund Research Program

Charles F. Harvey

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Parsons Laboratory
Room 48-309
15 Vassar Street
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Phone: 617-258-0392
Email: charvey@mit.edu

Projects

Hazardous Waste Sites

Bangladesh

  • Harvard School of Public Health: Arsenic and Manganese Mobility: Land Use, Redox Shifts, and Environmental Sensors

Publications

2019

  • Huhmann BL, Harvey CF, Navas-Acien A, Graziano JH, Parvez F, Chen Y, Argos M, Ahmed A, Hasan R, Ahsan H, van Geen AF. 2019. Changes in arsenic exposure in Araihazar, Bangladesh from 2001 through 2015 following a blanket well testing and education campaign. Environ Int 125:82-89. doi:10.1016/j.envint.2019.01.026 PMID:30710803 PMCID:PMC6449151
  • Huhmann BL, Harvey CF, Uddin A, Choudhury I, Ahmed KM, Duxbury JM, Ellis T, van Geen AF. 2019. Inversion of high-arsenic soil for improved rice yield in Bangladesh. Environ Sci Technol 53(7):3410-3418. doi:10.1021/acs.est.8b06064 PMID:30816703
  • Nghiem AA, Stahl MO, Mailloux BJ, Mai TT, Trang PK, Viet PH, Harvey CF, van Geen AF, Bostick BC. 2019. Quantifying riverine recharge impacts on redox contitions and arsenic released in groundwater aquifers along the Red River, Vietnam. Water Resour Res doi:10.1029/2019WR024816

2017

2016

  • Khan MR, Knappett PS, Ahmed KM, Bostick BC, Mailloux BJ, Mozumder R, Harvey CF, van Geen AF, Michael HA. 2016. Megacity pumping and preferential flow threaten groundwater quality. Nat Commun 7:12833. doi:10.1038/ncomms12833 PMID:27673729 PMCID:PMC5052627
  • Knappett PS, Mailloux BJ, Choudhury I, Khan MR, Michael HA, Barua S, Mondal DR, Steckler MS, Akhter S, Ahmed KM, Bostick BC, Harvey CF, Shamsudduha M, Shuai P, Mihajlov I, Mozumder R, van Geen AF. 2016. Vulnerability of low-arsenic aquifers to municipal pumping in Bangladesh. J Hydrol 539:674-686. doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2016.05.035 PMID:28966395 PMCID:PMC5617134

2015

  • Stahl MO, Tarek MH, Yeo DC, Badruzzaman AM, Harvey CF. 2015. Crab burrows as conduits for groundwater-surface water exchange in Bangladesh. Geophys Res Lett 41:8342-8347. doi:10.1002/2014gl061626

2014

  • Stahl MO, Ong JB, Harvey CF, Johnson CD, Badruzzaman AM, Tarek MH, van Geen AF, Anderson JA, Lane JW. 2014. Detecting well casing leaks in Bangladesh using a salt spiking method. Ground Water 52Suppl1:195-200. doi:10.1111/gwat.12200 PMID:24898169 PMCID:PMC4393651

2013

  • van Geen AF, Bostick BC, Trang PK, Lan V, Mai N, Manh PD, Viet PH, Radloff KA, Aziz Z, Mey JL, Stahl MO, Harvey CF, Oates P, Weinman B, Stengel C, Frei F, Kipfer R, Berg M. 2013. Retardation of arsenic transport through a Pleistocene aquifer. Nature 501:204-207. doi:10.1038/nature12444 PMID:24025840 PMCID:PMC3772538

2011

  • Neumann RB, St. Vincent AP, Roberts LC, Badruzzaman AM, Ali M, Harvey CF. 2011. An explanation for why groundwater irrigated fields in Bangladesh are net sinks of arsenic from groundwater. Environ Sci Technol 45(6):2072-2078. doi:10.1021/es102635d PMID:21332196 PMCID:PMC3995004

2008

  • Neumann RB, LaBolle EM, Harvey CF. 2008. The effects of dual-domain mass transfer on the tritium-helium-3 dating method. Environ Sci Technol 42(13):4837-43. doi:10.1021/es7025246 PMID:18678014
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