|Role of metal-reducing bacteria in arsenic release from Bengal delta sediments|
FS Islam, AG Gault, C Boothman, DA Polya, JM Charnock, D Chatterjee, ...
Nature 430 (6995), 68-71, 2004
|Rice is a major exposure route for arsenic in Chakdaha block, Nadia district, West Bengal, India: A probabilistic risk assessment|
D Mondal, DA Polya
Applied Geochemistry 23 (11), 2987-2998, 2008
|Arsenic in shallow, reducing groundwaters in southern Asia: an environmental health disaster|
L Charlet, DA Polya
Elements 2 (2), 91-96, 2006
|Arsenic hazard in shallow Cambodian groundwaters|
DA Polya, AG Gault, N Diebe, P Feldman, JW Rosenboom, E Gilligan, ...
Mineralogical Magazine 69 (5), 807-823, 2005
|XAS and XMCD evidence for species-dependent partitioning of arsenic during microbial reduction of ferrihydrite to magnetite|
VS Coker, AG Gault, CI Pearce, G Van der Laan, ND Telling, ...
Environmental science & technology 40 (24), 7745-7750, 2006
|The control of organic matter on microbially mediated iron reduction and arsenic release in shallow alluvial aquifers, Cambodia|
HAL Rowland, RL Pederick, DA Polya, RD Pancost, BE Van Dongen, ...
Geobiology 5 (3), 281-292, 2007
|Molecular analysis of arsenate-reducing bacteria within Cambodian sediments following amendment with acetate|
G Lear, B Song, AG Gault, DA Polya, JR Lloyd
Applied and environmental microbiology 73 (4), 1041-1048, 2007
|Arsenic in hair and nails of individuals exposed to arsenic-rich groundwaters in Kandal province, Cambodia|
AG Gault, HAL Rowland, JM Charnock, RA Wogelius, I Gomez-Morilla, ...
Science of the Total Environment 393 (1), 168-176, 2008
|Interactions between the Fe (III)-reducing bacterium Geobacter sulfurreducens and arsenate, and capture of the metalloid by biogenic Fe (II)|
FS Islam, RL Pederick, AG Gault, LK Adams, DA Polya, JM Charnock, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71 (12), 8642-8648, 2005
|Characterisation of organic matter in a shallow, reducing, arsenic-rich aquifer, West Bengal|
HAL Rowland, DA Polya, JR Lloyd, RD Pancost
Organic Geochemistry 37 (9), 1101-1114, 2006
|High arsenic in rice is associated with elevated genotoxic effects in humans|
M Banerjee, N Banerjee, P Bhattacharjee, D Mondal, PR Lythgoe, ...
Scientific reports 3, 2195, 2013
|Understanding arsenic metabolism through a comparative study of arsenic levels in the urine, hair and fingernails of healthy volunteers from three unexposed ethnic groups in …|
EI Brima, PI Haris, RO Jenkins, DA Polya, AG Gault, CF Harrington
Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 216 (1), 122-130, 2006
|Comparison of drinking water, raw rice and cooking of rice as arsenic exposure routes in three contrasting areas of West Bengal, India|
D Mondal, M Banerjee, M Kundu, N Banerjee, U Bhattacharya, AK Giri, ...
Environmental Geochemistry and Health 32 (6), 463-477, 2010
|Arsenic release and attenuation in low organic carbon aquifer sediments from West Bengal|
M Héry, BE Van Dongen, F Gill, D Mondal, DJ Vaughan, RD Pancost, ...
Geobiology 8 (2), 155-168, 2010
|Importance of mantle derived fluids during granite associated hydrothermal circulation: He and Ar isotopes of ore minerals from Panasqueira|
PG Burnard, DA Polya
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 68 (7), 1607-1615, 2004
|Rising arsenic risk?|
D Polya, L Charlet
Nature Geoscience 2 (6), 383-384, 2009
|Geochemistry of aquifer sediments and arsenic-rich groundwaters from Kandal Province, Cambodia|
HAL Rowland, AG Gault, P Lythgoe, DA Polya
Applied Geochemistry 23 (11), 3029-3046, 2008
|Microcosm depth profiles of arsenic release in a shallow aquifer, West Bengal|
AG Gault, FS Islam, DA Polya, JM Charnock, C Boothman, D Chatterjee, ...
Mineralogical Magazine 69 (5), 855-863, 2005
|Arsenic bioremediation by biogenic iron oxides and sulfides|
EO Omoregie, RM Couture, P Van Cappellen, CL Corkhill, JM Charnock, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 79 (14), 4325-4335, 2013
|Preservation strategies for inorganic arsenic species in high iron, low-Eh groundwater from West Bengal, India|
AG Gault, J Jana, S Chakraborty, P Mukherjee, M Sarkar, B Nath, ...
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 381 (2), 347-353, 2005