Robert P. Gambrell

Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, United States 
"Robert Patrick Gambrell"

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James Wendell Gilliam grad student 1974 NCSU
 (Nitrogen losses from cultivated soils of the North Carolina Coastal Plain.)
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Chaves MRM, Valsaraj KT, Gambrell RP, et al. (2013) Mercury Uptake by Modified Mackinawite Soil and Sediment Contamination. 22: 95-104
Land LE, Kolker AS, Gambrell RP. (2012) Biotic and abiotic controls on sediment aggregation and consolidation: implications for geochemical fluxes and coastal restoration. Marine Environmental Research. 79: 100-10
Putnam Duhon LA, Gambrell RP, Rusch KA, et al. (2012) Effects of salinity on the microbial removal of nitrate under varying nitrogen inputs within the marshland upwelling system. Journal of Environmental Science and Health. Part a, Toxic/Hazardous Substances & Environmental Engineering. 47: 1739-48
Chaves MR, Valsaraj KT, DeLaune RD, et al. (2011) Mercury uptake by biogenic silica modified with L-cysteine. Environmental Technology. 32: 1615-25
Willis JM, Gambrell RP, Hester MW. (2011) Mercury concentrations in oligohaline wetland vegetation and associated soil biogeochemistry. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 181: 373-83
Land L, White JR, Gambrell RP. (2011) Microbial response to potential soil-stabilizing polymer amendments for coastal wetland restoration Soil Science Society of America Journal. 75: 2398-2406
Huang B, Gambrell RP. (2011) Redox condition and nitrate change in a newly flooded rice soil under percolation as influenced by oxidative iron and manganese Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. 57: 759-764
Nugent RA, Zhang G, Gambrell RP. (2011) The effect of exopolymers on the compressibility of clays Geotechnical Special Publication. 3935-3944
Nugent RA, Zhang G, Gambrell RP. (2011) The effect of exopolymers and void ratio on the erosional resistance of cohesive sediments Geotechnical Special Publication. 1493-1502
Willis JM, Gambrell RP, Hester MW. (2010) Growth response and tissue accumulation trends of herbaceous wetland plant species exposed to elevated aqueous mercury levels. International Journal of Phytoremediation. 12: 586-98
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