Timothy M. Vadas, Ph.D.

2008 Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
Environmental Engineering, Biogeochemistry, Plant Physiology, Soil Science Agriculture, Environmental Sciences
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Beth Allyson Ahner grad student 2008 Cornell
 (Lead and cadmium bioavailability: Cysteine- and glutathione-mediated soil desorption and plant uptake.)
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Turpin-Nagel K, Vadas TM. (2016) Controls on metal exposure to aquatic organisms in urban streams. Environmental Science. Processes & Impacts
Lancaster NA, Bushey JT, Tobias CR, et al. (2016) Impact of chloride on denitrification potential in roadside wetlands. Environmental Pollution (Barking, Essex : 1987). 212: 216-223
Seda NN, Koenigsmark F, Vadas TM. (2016) Sorption and coprecipitation of copper to ferrihydrite and humic acid organomineral complexes and controls on copper availability. Chemosphere. 147: 272-8
Luan H, Vadas TM. (2015) Size characterization of dissolved metals and organic matter in source waters to streams in developed landscapes. Environmental Pollution (Barking, Essex : 1987). 197: 76-83
Hainfeld JF, Lin L, Slatkin DN, et al. (2014) Gold nanoparticle hyperthermia reduces radiotherapy dose. Nanomedicine : Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine. 10: 1609-17
Li Y, Wu Y, Puranik S, et al. (2014) Metals as electron acceptors in single-chamber microbial fuel cells Journal of Power Sources. 269: 430-439
Santoro C, Ieropoulos I, Greenman J, et al. (2013) Power generation and contaminant removal in single chamber microbial fuel cells (SCMFCs) treating human urine International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 38: 11543-11551
Vadas TM, Ahner BA. (2009) Extraction of lead and cadmium from soils by cysteine and glutathione. Journal of Environmental Quality. 38: 2245-52
Vadas TM, Ahner BA. (2009) Cysteine- and glutathione-mediated uptake of lead and cadmium into Zea mays and Brassica napus roots. Environmental Pollution (Barking, Essex : 1987). 157: 2558-63
Moslemi JM, Capps KA, Johnson MS, et al. (2009) Training tomorrow's environmental problem solvers: An integrative approach to graduate education Bioscience. 59: 514-521
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