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All abstracts by Nicholas T. Basta in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2014) Arsenic Chemistry, Mineralogy, Speciation, and Bioavailability/Bioaccessibilty in Soils and Mine Waste from the Empire Mine, CA, USA
Foster A, Alpers C, Burlak T, Blum A, Petersen E, Basta N, Whitacre S, Casteel S, Kim C & Brown A

(2014) Using in Vitro Gastrointestinal and Sequential Extraction Methods To Characterize Site-Specific Arsenic Bioavailability
Basta N, Whitacre S, Myers P, Mitchell V, Alpers C, Foster A, Casteel S & Kim C

(2014) Bioavailability Measures for Arsenic in California Gold Mine Tailings
Whitacre S, Basta N, Casteel S, Foster A, Myers P & Mitchell V

(2014) Evaluation of Bioaccessibility Methods to Predict Relative Bioavailability of Arsenic in Contaminated Soils
Stevens B, Basta N, Whitacre S, Naber S, Scheckel K, Casteel S, Bradham K & Thomas D

(2012) Bioaccessibility of Arsenic in Soil: Method Evaluation, Comparison to in Vivo Primate Data, and Influence of Soil Chemistry
Redwine J, Basta N, Donahoe R, McLearn M & Richey J

(2012) Arsenic and Old Gold Mines: Mineralogy, Speciation, and Bioaccessibility
Alpers CN, Burlak TL, Foster AL, Basta NT & Mitchell VL

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