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2010

Sialelli, Julien and Urquhart, Graham John and Davidson, Christine and Hursthouse, Andrew S. (2010) Use of a physiologically-based extraction test to estimate the human bioaccessibility of potentially toxic element in urban soils from the city of Glasgow, UK. Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 32 (6). pp. 517-527.

2009

Rodrigues, S. and Urquhart, G.J. and Hossack, I. and Pereira, M.E. and Duarte, A.C. and Davidson, C.M. and Hursthouse, A.S. and Tucker, P. (2009) The influence of anthropogenic and natural geochemical factors on urban soil quality variability: a comparison between Glasgow, UK and Aveiro, Portugal. Environmental Chemistry Letters, 7 (2). pp. 141-148. ISSN 1610-3653

2007

Davidson, Christine M. and Nordon, Alison and Urquhart, Graham J. and Ajmone-Marsan, Franco and Biasioli, Mattia and Duarte, Armando C. and Diaz-Barrientos, Encarnation and Grcman, Helena and Hodnik, Andreja and Hossack, Iain and Hursthouse, Andrew S. and Ljung, Karin and Madrid, Fernando and Otabbong, Erasmus and Rodrigues, Sonia (2007) Quality and comparability of measurement of potentially toxic elements in urban soils by a group of European laboratories. International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry, 87 (8). pp. 589-601. ISSN 0306-7319

2006

Madrid, L. and Diaz-Barrientos, Encarnation and Ruiz-Cortes, E. and Reinoso, R. and Biasioli, M. and Davidson, Christine and Duarte, A.C. and Grcman, H. and Hossack, I. and Hursthouse, A S and Kralj, T. and Ljung, K. and Otabbong, E. and Rodrigues, S. and Urquhart, Graham John and Ajmone-Marsanb, F. (2006) Variability in concentrations of potentially toxic elements in urban parks from six European cities. Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 8 (11). pp. 1158-1165. ISSN 1464-0325

Rodrigues, S. and Pereira, M.E. and Duarte, A.C. and Ajmone-Marsan, F. and Davidson, C.M. and Grčman, H. and Hossack, I. and Hursthouse, A.S. and Ljung, K. and Martini, C. and Otabbong, E. and Reinoso, R. and Ruiz-Cortés, E. and Urquhart, G.J. and Vrscaj, B. (2006) Mercury in urban soils: a comparison of local spatial variability in six European cities. Science of the Total Environment, 368 (2-3). pp. 926-936. ISSN 0048-9697

Davidson, Christine M. and Urquhart, Graham J. and Ajmone-Marsan, Franco and Biasioli, Mattia and da Costa Duarte, Armando and Díaz-Barrientos, Encarnación and Grčman, Helena and Hossack, Iain and Hursthouse, Andrew S. and Madrid, Luis and Rodrigues, Sonia and Zupan, Marko (2006) Fractionation of potentially toxic elements in urban soils from five European cities by means of a harmonised sequential extraction procedure. Analytica Chimica Acta, 565 (1). pp. 63-72. ISSN 0003-2670

2004

Davidson, C.M. and Hursthouse, A.S. and Tognarelli, D.M. and Ure, A.M. and Urquhart, G.J. (2004) Should acid ammonium oxalate replace hydroxylammonium chloride in step 2 of the revised BCR sequential extraction protocol for soil and sediment? Analytica Chimica Acta, 508 (2). pp. 193-199. ISSN 0003-2670

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