Adamo, P., & Zampella, M. (2008). Chemical speciation to assess potentially toxic metals’ (PTMs’) bioavailability and geochemical forms in polluted soils. In V. De Benedetto, E. B. Harvey, & L. Annamaria (Eds.), Environmental geochemistry, site characterization, data analysis and case histories (pp. 175–212). Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Adriano, D. C. (2001). Trace elements in terrestrial environments: Biogeochemistry, bioavailability, and risks of metals
. Berlin: Springer.CrossRef
Aslibekian, O., & Moles, R. (2003). Environmental risk assessment of metals contaminated soils at silvermines abandoned mine site, Co Tipperary, Ireland. Environmental Geochemistry and Health,
Bai, J. H., Hua, O. Y., Rong, X., Gao, J. Q., Gao, H. F., Cui, B. S., et al. (2010). Spatial variability of soil carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus content and storage in an alpine wetland in the Qinghai–Tibet Plateau, China. Soil Research,
Bhattacharyya, P., Tripathy, S., Chakrabarti, K., Chakraborty, A., & Banik, P. (2008). Fractionation and bioavailability of metals and their impacts on microbial properties in sewage irrigated soil. Chemosphere,
Burger, J., Diaz-Barriga, F., Marafante, E., Pounds, J., & Robson, M. (2003). Methodologies to examine the importance of host factors in bioavailability of metals. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety,
Burgos, P., Madejón, E., Pérez-de-Mora, A., & Cabrera, F. (2006). Spatial variability of the chemical characteristics of a trace-element-contaminated soil before and after remediation. Geoderma,
Cajuste, L. J., & Laird, R. J. (2000). The relationship between phytoavailability and the extractability of heavy metals in contaminated soils. In I. K. Iskandar (Ed.), Environmental restoration of metals contaminated soils (pp. 189–198). Boca Raton: Lewis Publishers.
Carr, R., Zhang, C., Moles, N., & Harder, M. (2008). Identification and mapping of heavy metal pollution in soils of a sports ground in Galway City, Ireland, using a portable XRF analyser and GIS. Environmental Geochemistry and Health,
Cattle, J. A., McBratney, A. B., & Minasny, B. (2002). Kriging method evaluation for assessing the spatial distribution of urban soil lead contamination. Journal of Environmental Quality,
Clark, S., Menrath, W., Chen, M., Roda, S., & Succop, P. (1999). Use of a field portable X-ray fluorescence analyzer to determine the concentration of lead and other metals in soil samples. Annals of Agricultural and Environmental Medicine,
Clemente, R., Walker, D., Roig, A., & Pilar Bernal, M. (2003). Heavy metal bioavailability in a soil affected by mineral sulphides contamination following the mine spillage at Aznalcóllar (Spain). Biodegradation,
Dao, L. G., Morrison, L., & Zhang, C. S. (2012). Bonfires as a potential source of metal pollutants in urban soils, Galway, Ireland. Applied Geochemistry,
Dudka, S., & Miller, W. P. (1999). Accumulation of potentially toxic elements in plants and their transfer to human food chain. Journal of Environmental Science and Health. Part B: Pesticides, Food Contaminants, and Agricultural Wastes,
Ernst, W. H. O. (1999). Bioavailability of heavy metals and decontamination of soils by plants. Applied Geochemistry,
Fatoki, O. S. (1996). Trace zinc and copper concentration in roadside surface soils and vegetation–measurement of local atmospheric pollution in Alice, South Africa. Environment International,
Fay, D., Kramers, G., Zhang, C., McGrath, D., & Grennan, E. (2007). Soil geochemical atlas of Ireland. Ireland: Teagasc and Environmental Protection Agency.
García, M. A., Chimenos, J. M., Fernández, A. I., Miralles, L., Segarra, M., & Espiell, F. (2004). Low-grade MgO used to stabilize heavy metals in highly contaminated soils. Chemosphere,
George Cherian, M., & Goyer, R. A. (1978). Metallothioneins and their role in the metabolism and toxicity of metals. Life Sciences,
Helesl, D. R. (1987). Advantages of nonparametric procedures for analysis of water quality data. Hydrological Sciences,
Hengl, T., Heuvelink, G. B. M., & Stein, A. (2004). A generic framework for spatial prediction of soil variables based on regression-kriging. Geoderma,
Hobbelen, P. H. F., Koolhaas, J. E., & van Gestel, C. A. M. (2004). Risk assessment of heavy metal pollution for detritivores in floodplain soils in the Biesbosch, The Netherlands, taking bioavailability into account. Environmental Pollution,
Isaaks, E. H., & Srivastava, R. M. (1989). An introduction to applied geostatistics. New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Jamali, M. K., Kazi, T. G., Arain, M. B., Afridi, H. I., Jalbani, N., Kandhro, G. A., et al. (2009). Heavy metal accumulation in different varieties of wheat (Triticum aestivum
L.) grown in soil amended with domestic sewage sludge. Journal of Hazardous Materials,
Jin, C. W., Zheng, S. J., He, Y. F., Zhou, G. D., & Zhou, Z. X. (2005). Lead contamination in tea garden soils and factors affecting its bioavailability. Chemosphere,
Jung, K., Stelzenmüller, V., & Zauke, G.-P. (2006). Spatial distribution of heavy metal concentrations and biomass indices in Cerastoderma edule
Linnaeus (1758) from the German Wadden Sea: An integrated biomonitoring approach. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology,
Katayama, A., Bhula, R., Burns, G. R., Carazo, E., Felsot, A., Hamilton, D., et al. (2010). Bioavailability of xenobiotics in the soil environment. In D. M. Whitacre (Ed.), Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology (Vol. 203, pp. 1–86). New York: Springer.
Kim, J. Y., Kim, K. W., Ahn, J. S., Ko, I. W., & Lee, C. H. (2005). Investigation and risk assessment modeling of As and other heavy metals contamination around five abandoned metal mines in Korea. Environmental Geochemistry and Health,
Kos, B., & Leštan, D. (2003). Induced phytoextraction/soil washing of lead using biodegradable chelate and permeable barriers. Environmental Science and Technology,
Lee, K.-Y., & Kim, K.-W. (2010). Heavy metal removal from shooting range soil by hybrid electrokinetics with bacteria and enhancing agents. Environmental Science and Technology,
Li, Z., & Shuman, L. M. (1996). Redistribution of forms of zinc, cadmium and nickel in soils treated with EDTA. Science of the Total Environment,
Liu, X., Wu, J., & Xu, J. (2006). Characterizing the risk assessment of heavy metals and sampling uncertainty analysis in paddy field by geostatistics and GIS. Environmental Pollution,
Maas, S., Scheifler, R., Benslama, M., Crini, N., Lucot, E., Brahmia, Z., et al. (2010). Spatial distribution of heavy metal concentrations in urban, suburban and agricultural soils in a Mediterranean city of Algeria. Environmental Pollution,
Mackey, A. P., & Mackay, S. (1996). Spatial distribution of acid-volatile sulphide concentration and metal bioavailability in mangrove sediments from the Brisbane River, Australia. Environmental Pollution,
Madejón, P., Burgos, P., Murillo, J., Cabrera, F., & Madejón, E. (2009). Bioavailability and accumulation of trace elements in soils and plants of a highly contaminated estuary (Domingo Rubio tidal channel, SW Spain). Environmental Geochemistry and Health,
Madrid, F., Biasioli, M., & Ajmone-Marsan, F. (2008). Availability and bioaccessibility of metals in fine particles of some urban soils. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology,
Manouchehri, N., Besancon, S., & Bermond, A. (2006). Major and trace metal extraction from soil by EDTA: Equilibrium and kinetic studies. Analytica Chimica Acta,
McGrath, D., & Zhang, C. (2003). Spatial distribution of soil organic carbon concentrations in grassland of Ireland. Applied Geochemistry,
McGrath, D., Zhang, C. S., & Carton, O. T. (2004). Geostatistical analyses and hazard assessment on soil lead in silvermines area, Ireland. Environmental Pollution,
Mirlean, N., Baisch, P., & Medeanic, S. (2009). Copper bioavailability and fractionation in copper-contaminated sandy soils in the wet subtropics (Southern Brazil). Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology,
Peijnenburg, W. J. G. M., & Jager, T. (2003). Monitoring approaches to assess bioaccessibility and bioavailability of metals: Matrix issues. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety,
Peijnenburg, W. J. G. M., Zablotskaja, M., & Vijver, M. G. (2007). Monitoring metals in terrestrial environments within a bioavailability framework and a focus on soil extraction. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety,
Prokop, Z., Cupr, P., Zlevorova-Zlamalikova, V., Komarek, J., Dusek, L., & Holoubek, I. (2003). Mobility, bioavailability, and toxic effects of cadmium in soil samples. Environmental Research,
Quevauviller, P. (1998). Operationally defined extraction procedures for soil and sediment analysis I. Standardization. TrAC, Trends in Analytical Chemistry,
Reimann, C., & Filzmoser, P. (2000). Normal and lognormal data distribution in geochemistry: Death of a myth. Consequences for the statistical treatment of geochemical and environmental data. Environmental Geology,
Romic, M., Hengl, T., Romic, D., & Husnjak, S. (2007). Representing soil pollution by heavy metals using continuous limitation scores. Computers & Geosciences,
Shuman, L. M. (1985). Fractionation method for soil microelements. Soil Science,
Stalikas, C. D., Pilidis, G. A., & Tzouwara-Karayanni, S. M. (1999). Use of a sequential extraction scheme with data normalisation to assess the metal distribution in agricultural soils irrigated by lake water. Science of the Total Environment,
Tiwari, C., & Rushton, G. (2010). A spatial analysis system for integrating data, methods and models on environmental risks and health outcomes. Transactions in GIS,
Tokalioglu, S., Kartal, S., & Elçi, L. (2000). Determination of heavy metals and their speciation in lake sediments by flame atomic absorption spectrometry after a four-stage sequential extraction procedure. Analytica Chimica Acta,
Ure, A. M., Quevauviller, P., Muntau, H., & Griepink, B. (1993). Speciation of heavy metals in soils and sediments. An account of the improvement and harmonization of extraction techniques undertaken under the auspices of the BCR of the Commission of the European Communities. International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry,
U.S. EPA (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency). (1990). User’s guide for Pb: A PC software application of the uptake/biokinetic model version 5.0. Washington, DC: Department of Research and Development, U.S. E.P.A. Government Printing Office.
U.S. National Research Council. (2003). Bioavailability of contaminants in soils and sediments: Processes, tools, and applications. Washington, DC: National Academies Press.
van Gestel, C. A. M. (2008). Physico-chemical and biological parameters determine metal bioavailability in soils. Science of the Total Environment,
VROM. (2000). Circular on target values and intervention values for soil remediation. The Hague, the Netherlands: the Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and Environment, Department of Soil Protection.
Wang, M. E., Bai, Y. Y., Chen, W. P., Markert, B., Peng, C., & Ouyang, Z. Y. (2012). A GIS technology based potential eco-risk assessment of metals in urbansoils in Beijing, China. Environmental Pollution,
Webster, R., & Oliver, M. A. (Eds.). (2001). Geostatistics for environmental scientists. Chichester, UK: Wiley.
Wong, C. S. C., Li, X., & Thornton, I. (2006). Urban environmental geochemistry of trace metals. Environnemental Pollution,
Wu, C., & Zhang, L. (2010). Heavy metal concentrations and their possible sources in paddy soils of a modern agricultural zone, southeastern China. Environmental Earth Sciences,
Xiao, R., Bai, J. H., Wang, Q. G., Gao, H. F., Huang, L. B., & Liu, X. H. (2011). Assessment of heavy metal contamination of wetland soils from a typical aquatic–terrestrial ecotone in Haihe River Basin, North China. CLEAN-Soil, Air and Water,
Zhang, C. (2006). Using multivariate analyses and GIS to identify pollutants and their spatial patterns in urban soils in Galway, Ireland. Environnemental Pollution,
Zhang, C., Fay, D., McGrath, D., Grennan, E., & Carton, O. T. (2008). Statistical analyses of geochemical variables in soils of Ireland. Geoderma,