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(2022) Integrating Digitalization of the Decadal Understanding on the Hydrogeochemistry of Geogenic Arsenic and Societal Aspects for Sustainable Arsenic Mitigation in Bangladesh
Bhattacharya P, Ahmed KM, Hamisi R, Alam MJ, Akter N, von Brömssen M, Sharma S, Rahman MS & Khan ER

(2017) A Comparison of Arsenic Retardation in Reduced Holocene Sediment and Oxidized Pleistocene Sediment
Mozumder MRH, Bostick BC, Islam MA, Choudhury I, Ahmed KM, Ellis T, Mailloux B & Van Geen A

(2016) Sewage Waste Implicated as a Predominant Microbial Carbon Source Mediating Arsenic Release in Bangladesh Aquifers Through PLFA Δ14C, Sterol Fecal Biomarkers and Cl/Br Ratios
Whaley-Martin K, Mailloux B, van Geen A, Bostick B, Ahmed KM, Choudhury I & Slater G

(2016) The Geochemistry & Microbiology Behind Arsenic Cycling within Riverbank Aquifers in Bangladesh
Jewell K, Myers K, Knappett P, Berube M, Datta S, Hossain S, Peterson J & Ahmed K

(2016) Geochemical Controls on Arsenic Release into Groundwater from Sediment: In Relation to Existence of a Natural Reactive Barrier
Berube M, Myers K, Ahmed Khan M, Jewell K, Ahmed KM, Knappett P & Datta S

(2015) Hydrogeological Characterization of Shallow, Intermediate and Deep Aquifers – Implications for the Installation of Arsenic-Safe Drinking Water Tubewells and their Sustainability
Hossain M, Bhattacharya P, Jacks G, Ahmed KM, Rahman MM & Hasan MA

(2015) Young High-Arsenic Groundwater Confirmed to 250 M Depth Across the India-Bangladesh Border
van Geen A, Khan MR, Nath B, Huhmann B, Choudhury I, Chakraborty M, Harvey C, Michael H, Bostick B, Mailloux B, Schlosser P, Mukherjee A & Ahmed KM

(2015) Groundwater As Occurrences in Bangladesh and Mitigation Options
Ahmed KM

(2014) Relation between Microbiology, Hydrogeochemistry and Sediment Chemistry in Explaining Occurrences of High Groundwater Arsenic Sites in Matlab, SE Bangladesh
Kibria MG, Kirk MF, Hossain M, Bhattacharya P, Ahmed KMU, Bromssen MV, Jacks G & Datta S

(2014) Examination of Carbon Sources Stimulating Microbially Mediated Arsenic Release in Bangladesh Aquifers
Whaley-Martin K, Mailloux B, Silvern R, Kim C, Bostick B, van Geen A, Ahmed K, Choudhury M & Slater G

(2014) Sustainable Arsenic Mitigation Below the Redox-Chemocline by Using Sediment Color as a Tool for the Local Drillers of Bangladesh
Mozumder R, Hossain M, Bhattacharya P, Ahmed K, Hasan A, Rahman M, von Bromssen M & Datta S

(2014) A Weathering Index to Delineate the Boundary between Low and High Arsenic Aquifer Sediments
Mozumder R, Bostick B, Mihajlov I, Choudhury I, Ahmed K, Mailloux B & van Geen A

(2014) Presence of U and Th in Cox’s Bazar Paleobeach Aquifer, South-Eastern Bangladesh: Geological and Hydrogeological Controls
Seddique AA, Harue M, Kon Y, Ahmed KM, Shaibur M, Alam N, Rahman M & Hoque A

(2013) Investigation of Sediment Geochemistry in Areas with Elevated Arsenic in Groundwater of Matlab, Bangladesh and Murshidabad, India
Kibria G, Hossain M, Bhattacharyya P, Ahmed K, Bromssen MV, Jacks G, Kirk M, Sankar MS, Telfeyan K, Ford S, Neal A, Haug TJ, Johannesson K & Datta S

(2013) Kinetics of Arsenic Sorption on Aquifer Sediment from Bangladesh Imaged by XRF Microprobe in Flowing Columns
Mihajlov I, Bostick BC, Stute M, Choudhury I, Ahmed KM & van Geen A

(2012) Radiocarbon Analysis of Microbial DNA and PLFA from Arsenic Impacted Aquifers in Bangladesh
Mailloux B, Trembath-Reichert E, Cheung J, Watson M, Dochenetz A, Stute M, Freyer G, Ferguson A, Ahmed KM, Alam M,J, Buchholz B, Slater G, Ziolowski L, Thomas J, Layton A, Zheng Y & van Geen A

(2012) Residence Times of the Upper Low-Arsenic Aquifers in Bangladesh at the Onset of Increased Abstraction
Stute M, Mihajlov I, Schlosser P, Ahmed KM & van Geen A

(2012) The Role of Changing Abstraction Patterns in the Contamination of a Low-Arsenic Aquifer in Bangladesh
Mihajlov I, Stute M, Bostick BC, Choudhury I, Ahmed KM & van Geen A

(2010) Column Experiments with Orange Bangladesh Sediments to Quantify Retardation in Low As Aquifers
Mihajlov I, Zheng Y, Stute M, Radloff KA, Ahmed KM & van Geen A

(2010) Flowpaths of Groundwater from Arsenic Contaminated Zone to Deeper Aquifers Under Development Stresses
Zahid A, Hassan MQ & Ahmed KM

(2010) Mineralogical and Geochemical Profiling of Arsenic-Contaminated Aquifers in Central Bangladesh
Uddin A, Shamsudduha M, Saunders J, Lee M-K, Ahmed K & Chowdhury T

(2010) Evaluating Arsenic Adsorption in a Low Arsenic Aquifer in Bangladesh Using in situ and Laboratory Methods
Radloff K, Zheng Y, Michael H, Stute M, Mihajlov I, Ahmed KM & van Geen A

(2009) How As Mitigation in Bangladesh can be Hampered by Other Factors, Some Geogenic (Mn, P), Others not
van Geen A & Ahmed KM

(2009) Effect of Groundwater Flow on Dissolved As in a Bangladesh Aquifer
Radloff K, Zheng Y, Stute M, Ahmed KM, Schlosser P & van Geen A

(2000) Hydrogeochemical Study of Arsenic Contamination in Bangladesh Groundwater – The Role of Redox Condition
Gavrieli I, Zheng Y, Van Geen A, Stute M, Dhar R, Ahmed KM, Simpson J & Goldstein SL

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