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All abstracts by David Polya in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2015) Imaging the Microbe Mineral Interface during Fe(III) Reduction
Downie H, Coker V, Kaulich B, Collins R, Polya D & Lloyd J

(2015) High Resolution Profile of Surface Water Incursion into an Arsenic-Bearing Aquifer in Cambodia
Richards L, van Dongen B, Magnone D, Sovann C, Ballentine C & Polya D

(2012) Arsenic Bioremediation by Biogenic Iron Oxides and Sulfides
Omoregie E, Couture R-M, Van Cappellen P, Corkhill CL, Charnock J, Polya DA, Vaughan DJ, Vanbroekhoven K & Lloyd JR

(2011) Anthropogenically Induced Changes in Groundwater Flow Regimes in Shallow High Arsenic Aquifers: Evidence from 3H and 14C Data
Lawson M, Ballentine C, Polya D, Bryant C & Boyce A

(2010) Provenancing Arsenic Release and Organic Matter in Shallow Groundwaters of South and South East Asia
Lawson M, Ballentine C, Polya D, Bryant C & Boyce A

(2009) Geogenic Trace Elements in Groundwaters in the Mt Etna Region: Geostastistical, Proteomic & Epidemiological Approaches to Assessing Human Exposure and Health Risks
Cascio C, Lado LR, Polya D, Zappia M, Patti F, Nicoletti A, Jenkins R & Haris P

(2009) Linking Microbial Community Structure to Groundwater Arsenic Concentrations in Pannonian Basin Wells
Omoregie E, Rowland H, Jimenez C, Mertens J, Baciu C, Polya D & Lloyld J

(2009) Isotopic Investigation into the Role of Surface Waters in Promoting Arsenic Release in Bengali Groundwaters
Lawson M, Ballentine C, Polya D, Zhou Z, Smith K, Boyce A, Chatterjee D, Majumder S & Biswas A

(2009) Mitigation of Geogenic Arsenic-Bearing Groundwaters: Assessing the Importance of Risk Substitution Arising from Waterborne Pathogens
Mondal D, Polya D, Giri A, Banerjee M, Hegan A, Rodriguez-Lado L, Bradford W, Banerjee N, Kundu M & Ganguli B

(2009) Microbial Reduction of Toxic Metals: From Pristine to Extreme
Lloyd J, Coker V, Cutting R, Geissler A, Handley K, Law G, Livens F, Morris K, Pattrick R, Pearce C, Polya D & Vaughan D

(2008) Isotopic Tracers of Surface Derived Components in Arsenic-Rich Shallow Aquifers in Southern Asia
Lawson M, Ballentine C, Polya D, Mondal D & Chatterjee D

(2008) Impact of Microbial Fe3+ & SO42- Reduction on Arsenic Solid-Phase Cycling in Fe- and As-Rich Sediment
Handley K, Bootman C, McBeth J, Charnock J, Wincott P, Vaughan D, Polya D & Lloyd J

(2007) Contrasting Behaviour of Arsenic, Iron, Manganese and Uranium during Anaerobic Incubation of Aquifer Sediments from Nadia, West Bengal
Press L, Gault A, Mondal D, Lythgoe P, de Hoog C-J, Heimann A, Lawson M, Hery M, Lloyd J & Polya D

(2007) Evaluating Magnetic Suceptibility as a Rapid Scoping Tool for Assessing Trace Metal Contaminated Soils
Polya D, Zananiri I, Kondoloupou D, Atzemoglou M, Lythgoe P, Charnock J, McBeth J, Fraser S & Gault A

(2007) Adsorption of As(III) and As(V) onto Viviantite – Evaluation as a Sink for Arsenic in Bengali Aquifers
Islam F, Lawson M, Lythgoe P, Wogelius R, Thinnappan V, Lloyd J, Charnock J & Polya D

(2004) Microcosm Studies of Microbially Mediated Arsenic Release from Contrasting Cambodian Sediments
Rowland H, Polya D, Gault A, Charnock J, Pederick R & Lloyd J

(2004) Geochemistry of Arsenic Rich Shallow Groundwaters in Cambodia
Polya D, Rowland H, Gault A, Diebe N, Jones J & Cooke D

(2004) Reduction of Fe(III) by Geobacter sulfurreducens and the Capture of Arsenic by Biogenic Fe(II) Minerals
Islam F, Pederick R, Polya D, Charnock J, Gault A, Wincott P, Rowland H & Lloyd J

(2004) Importance of Mantle Derived Fluids during Granite Associated Hydrothermal Circulation
Burnard P & Polya D

(2004) Halogen Concentrations of Banded Iron Formations ? Implications for the Chemical Evolution of Precambrian Oceans
Goldsmith S, Burgess R, Gilmour J & Polya D

(2000) Environmental Geochemistry of Organic-Inorganic Interactions from Alluvial to Estuarine Systems: A Case Study of the River Conwy, North Wales
Brydie J & Polya D

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