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Project Publications: University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill: Geochemical Predictors of Arsenic Contamination

Superfund Research Program

Geochemical Predictors of Arsenic Contamination

Project Leader: Owen Duckworth (North Carolina State University)
Co-Investigators: Robert E. Austin (North Carolina State University), Cass T. Miller, Jason Osborne (North Carolina State University), Matthew L. Polizzotto (University of Oregon), David Vinson (University of North Carolina-Charlotte)
Grant Number: P42ES031007
Funding Period: 2020-2025
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  • Duckworth O, Polizzotto ML, Thompson A. 2022. Bringing soil chemistry to environmental health science to tackle soil contaminants. front environ sci doi:10.3389/fenvs.2022.981607
  • Miller CT, Gray WG, Schrefler BA. 2022. A continuum mechanical framework for modeling tumor growth and treatment in two- and three-phase systems. Arch Appl Mech 92:461-489. doi:10.1007/s00419-021-01891-8
  • Peel HR, Balogun FO, Bowers CA, Miller CT, Obeidy C, Polizzotto ML, Tashnia SU, Vinson D, Duckworth O. 2022. Towards understanding factors affecting arsenic, chromium, and vanadium mobility in the subsurface. Water (Basel) 14(22):3687. doi:10.3390/w14223687 PMID:36420182 PMCID:PMC9681123


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