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Professor Karen Johnson - all publications

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  • Findlay, Nina C., Peacock, Caroline L., Hudson-Edwards, Karen A. & Johnson, Karen L. (2021). Characteristics and Mechanisms of Pb(II) Sorption onto Fe-rich waste Water Treatment Residue (WTR): A potential sustainable Pb immobilisation technology for soils. Journal of Hazardous Materials 402: 123433.
  • Clarke, Catherine E., Stone, Wendy, Hardie, Ailsa G., Quinton, John N., Blake, Lynsay I. & Johnson, Karen L. (2019). Better Together: Water Treatment Residual and Poor-Quality Compost Improves Sandy Soil Fertility. Journal of Environment Quality 48(6): 1781.
  • Johnson, K.L., McCann, C.M., Wilkinson, J.L., Jones, M., Tebo, B.M., West, M., Elgy, C., Clarke, C.E., Gowdy, C. & Hudson-Edwards, K.A. (2018). Dissolved Mn(III) in Water Treatment Works: Prevalence and Significance. Water Research 140: 181-190.
  • McCann, Clare M., Peacock, Caroline L., Hudson-Edwards, Karen A., Shrimpton, Thomas, Gray, Neil D. & Johnson, Karen L. (2018). In situ arsenic oxidation and sorption by a Fe-Mn binary oxide waste in soil. Journal of Hazardous Materials 342: 724-731.
  • Johnson, K.L. (2016). Soil Remediation: Engage Engineers in Soil Management. Nature 532(7597): 37.
  • Finlay, N.C., Johnson, K. & Worrall, F. (2016). The role of water treatment abstraction in the flux and greenhouse gas emissions from organic carbon and nitrogen within UK rivers. Water Resources Research 52(10): 8190-8201.
  • McCann, C.M, Gray, N.D., Tourney, J., Davenport, R.J., Wade, M., Finlay, N.C., Hudson-Edwards, K.A. & Johnson, K.L. (2015). Remediation of a historically Pb contaminated soil using a model natural Mn oxide waste. Chemosphere 138: 211-217.
  • Bambra, C., Cairns, J.M., Kasim, A., Smith, J., Robertson, S., Copeland, A. & Johnson, K. (2015). This divided land: An examination of regional inequalities in exposure to brownfield land and the association with morbidity and mortality in England. Health & Place 34: 257-269.
  • Johnson, K.L., Purvis, G., Lopez-Capel, E., Peacock, C.L., Gray, N.D., Wagner, T., März,, C., Bowen, L., Ojeda, J., Finlay, N.C., Robertson, S.R., Worrall, F. & Greenwell, C. (2015). Towards a Mechanistic Understanding of Carbon Stabilization in Manganese Oxides. Nature Communications 6: 7628.
  • Bambra, C., Robertson, S., Kasim, A., Smith, J., Cairns-Nagi, J.M., Copeland, A., Finlay, N. & Johnson, K. (2014). Healthy land? An examination of the area-level association between brownfield land and morbidity and mortality in England. Environment and Planning A 46(2): 433-454.
  • Greathouse, J.A., Johnson, K.L. & Greenwell, H.C. (2014). Interaction of Natural Organic Matter with Layered Minerals: Recent Developments in Computational Methods at the Nanoscale. Minerals 4(2): 519-540.
  • Clarke, C.E, Kielar, F. & Johnson, K.L. (2013). The oxidation of acid azo dye AY 36 by a manganese oxide containing mine waste. Journal of Hazardous Materials 246-247: 310.
  • Clarke, CE, Tourney, J & Johnson, KL (2012). Oxidation of anthracene using waste Mn oxide minerals: the importance of wetting and drying sequences. Journal of Hazardous Materials 205-206: 126-130.
  • Clarke, Catherine E. & Johnson, Karen L. (2010). Oxidative breakdown of acid orange 7 by a manganese oxide containing mine waste: Insight into sorption, kinetics and reaction dynamics. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 101(1-2): 13-20.
  • Clarke CE, Kielar F, Talbot HM & Johnson KL (2010). Oxidative Decolorization of Acid Azo Dyes by a Mn Oxide Containing Waste. Environmental Science and Technology 44(3): 1116-1122
  • Bowden, L.B. Jarvis, A.P., Younger, P.L. & Johnson K.L. (2009). Phosphorus removal from waste waters using basic oxygen slag. Environmental Science & Technology 43(7): 2476-2481
  • Bamforth, S.M., Manning, D.A.C., Singleton, I., Younger, P.L. & Johnson, K.L. (2006). Manganese removal from mine waters - investigating the occurrence and importance of manganese carbonates. Applied Geochemistry 21(8): 1274-1287.
  • Johnson, K.L. & Younger, P.L. (2006). The co-treatment of sewage and mine waters in aerobic wetlands. Engineering Geology 85(1-2): 53-61.
  • Johnson, K. L., Baker, A. & Manning, D. A. C. (2005). Passive treatment of mn-rich mine water using fluorescence to observe microbiological activity. Geomicrobiology journal 22(3-4): 141-149.
  • Johnson, K. L. & Younger, P. L. (2005). Rapid manganese removal from mine waters using an aerated packed-bed bioreactor. Journal of environmental quality 34(3): 987-993.
  • Johnson, K.L. & Younger, P.L. (2003). The importance of aeration in passive treatment schemes for manganese removal. Land Contamination & Reclamation 11(2): 205-212.
  • Johnson, K.L. & Younger, P.L. (2002). Hydrogeological and Geochemical Consequences of the Abandonment of Frazer’s Grove Carbonate Hosted Pb/Zn Fluorspar Mine, North Pennines, UK. BGS Special Publication no.198: Mine water and the environment 198: 347-365.