Daniel G. Strawn

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University of Idaho, Moscow, ID, United States 
Area:
Biogeochemistry, Environmental Sciences, Geochemistry
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Johnson-Maynard JL, Strawn DG. (2016) Linking physical and biogeochemical properties and processes in the drilosphere Soil Science. 181: 126-132
Strawn DG, Rigby AC, Baker LL, et al. (2015) Biochar Soil Amendment Effects on Arsenic Availability to Mountain Brome (). Journal of Environmental Quality. 44: 1315-20
Osborne LR, Baker LL, Strawn DG. (2015) Lead immobilization and phosphorus availability in phosphate-amended, mine-contaminated soils. Journal of Environmental Quality. 44: 183-90
Baker LL, Strawn DG. (2014) Temperature effects on the crystallinity of synthetic nontronite and implications for nontronite formation in Columbia river basalts Clays and Clay Minerals. 62: 89-101
Baker LL, Nickerson RD, Strawn DG. (2014) XAFS study of Fe-substituted allophane and imogolite Clays and Clay Minerals. 62: 20-34
Ippolito JA, Strawn DG, Scheckel KG. (2013) Investigation of copper sorption by sugar beet processing lime waste Journal of Environmental Quality. 42: 919-924
Ippolito JA, Strawn DG, Scheckel KG, et al. (2012) Macroscopic and molecular investigations of copper sorption by a steam-activated biochar Journal of Environmental Quality. 41: 1150-1156
Baker LL, Rember WC, Sprenke KF, et al. (2012) Celadonite in continental flood basalts of the Columbia River Basalt Group American Mineralogist. 97: 1284-1290
Strawn DG, Hickey PJ, McDaniel PA, et al. (2012) Distribution of As, Cd, Pb, and Zn in redox features of mine-waste impacted wetland soils Journal of Soils and Sediments. 12: 1100-1110
Baker LL, Strawn DG. (2012) Fe K-edge XAFS spectra of phyllosilicates of varying crystallinity Physics and Chemistry of Minerals. 39: 675-684
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