Nick Basta
Nick Basta
Professor of Soil and Environmental Science, The Ohio State University
Verified email at osu.edu
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Trace element chemistry in residual‐treated soil: Key concepts and metal bioavailability
NT Basta, JA Ryan, RL Chaney
Journal of environmental quality 34 (1), 49-63, 2005
7302005
An in vitro gastrointestinal method to estimate bioavailable arsenic in contaminated soils and solid media
RR Rodriguez, NT Basta, SW Casteel, LW Pace
Environmental Science & Technology 33 (4), 642-649, 1999
5351999
Evaluation of chemical immobilization treatments for reducing heavy metal transport in a smelter-contaminated soil
NT Basta, SL McGowen
Environmental pollution 127 (1), 73-82, 2004
5152004
The bioavailability of chemicals in soil for earthworms
R Lanno, J Wells, J Conder, K Bradham, N Basta
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety 57 (1), 39-47, 2004
4862004
Chemical immobilization of lead, zinc, and cadmium in smelter‐contaminated soils using biosolids and rock phosphate
NT Basta, R Gradwohl, KL Snethen, JL Schroder
Journal of Environmental Quality 30 (4), 1222-1230, 2001
4452001
Use of diammonium phosphate to reduce heavy metal solubility and transport in smelter‐contaminated soil
SL McGowen, NT Basta, GO Brown
Journal of environmental quality 30 (2), 493-500, 2001
3732001
Effect of cropping systems on adsorption of metals by soils: II. Effect of pH
NT Basta, MA Tabatabai
Soil Science 153 (3), 195-204, 1992
2891992
An inter-laboratory trial of the unified BARGE bioaccessibility method for arsenic, cadmium and lead in soil
J Wragg, M Cave, N Basta, E Brandon, S Casteel, S Denys, C Gron, ...
Science of the Total Environment 409 (19), 4016-4030, 2011
2652011
Path analysis of heavy metal adsorption by soil
NT Basta, DJ Pantone, MA Tabatabai
Agronomy Journal 85 (5), 1054-1057, 1993
2361993
Adsorption, sequestration, and bioaccessibility of As (V) in soils
JK Yang, MO Barnett, PM Jardine, NT Basta, SW Casteel
Environmental Science & Technology 36 (21), 4562-4569, 2002
2202002
Estimation of Cd, Pb, and Zn bioavailability in smelter-contaminated soils by a sequential extraction procedure
N Basta, R Gradwohl
Journal of Soil Contamination 9 (2), 149-164, 2000
2022000
Influence of buffers on pesticide and nutrient runoff from bermudagrass turf
JT Cole, JH Baird, NT Basta, RL Huhnke, DE Storm, GV Johnson, ...
Journal of Environmental Quality 26 (6), 1589-1598, 1997
1901997
Validation of the in vitro gastrointestinal (IVG) method to estimate relative bioavailable lead in contaminated soils
JL Schroder, NT Basta, SW Casteel, TJ Evans, ME Payton, J Si
Journal of environmental quality 33 (2), 513-521, 2004
1562004
Arsenic Metabolism by Human Gut Microbiota upon in Vitro Digestion of Contaminated Soils
T Van de Wiele, CM Gallawa, KM Kubachk, JT Creed, N Basta, EA Dayton, ...
Environmental health perspectives 118 (7), 1004-1009, 2010
1532010
Path and multiple regression analyses of phosphorus sorption capacity
H Zhang, JL Schroder, JK Fuhrman, NT Basta, DE Storm, ME Payton
Soil Science Society of America Journal 69 (1), 96-106, 2005
1502005
Reduction of excessive bioavailable phosphorus in soils by using municipal and industrial wastes
JM Peters, NT Basta
Journal of Environmental Quality 25 (6), 1236-1241, 1996
1441996
Sustainable land application: An overview
GA O'Connor, HA Elliott, NT Basta, RK Bastian, GM Pierzynski, RC Sims, ...
Journal of Environmental Quality 34 (1), 7-17, 2005
1422005
Assessment of metal availability in smelter soil using earthworms and chemical extractions
JM Conder, RP Lanno, NT Basta
Journal of Environmental Quality 30 (4), 1231-1237, 2001
1422001
A method for determining the phosphorus sorption capacity and amorphous aluminum of aluminum‐based drinking water treatment residuals
EA Dayton, NT Basta
Journal of Environmental Quality 34 (3), 1112-1118, 2005
1382005
Characterization of drinking water treatment residuals for use as a soil substitute
EA Dayton, NT Basta
Water Environment Research 73 (1), 52-57, 2001
1382001
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