Howard W Mielke
Howard W Mielke
Professor Tulane University School of Medicine
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Soil is an important pathway of human lead exposure.
HW Mielke, PL Reagan
Environmental health perspectives 106 (suppl 1), 217-229, 1998
The urban environment and children's health: soils as an integrator of lead, zinc, and cadmium in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
HW Mielke, CR Gonzales, MK Smith, PW Mielke
Environmental research 81 (2), 117-129, 1999
Lead concentrations in inner-city soils as a factor in the child lead problem.
HW Mielke, JC Anderson, KJ Berry, PW Mielke, RL Chaney, M Leech
American Journal of Public Health 73 (12), 1366-1369, 1983
Lead in the inner cities: policies to reduce children's exposure to lead may be overlooking a major source of lead in the environment
HW Mielke
American scientist 87 (1), 62-73, 1999
Seasonality and children’s blood lead levels: developing a predictive model using climatic variables and blood lead data from Indianapolis, Indiana, Syracuse, New York, and New …
MAS Laidlaw, HW Mielke, GM Filippelli, DL Johnson, CR Gonzales
Environmental Health Perspectives 113 (6), 793-800, 2005
PAH and metal mixtures in New Orleans soils and sediments
HW Mielke, G Wang, CR Gonzales
Science of the Total Environment 281 (1-3), 217-227, 2001
PAHs and metals in the soils of inner-city and suburban New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
HW Mielke, G Wang, CR Gonzales, ET Powell, B Le, VN Quach
Environmental toxicology and pharmacology 18 (3), 243-247, 2004
Associations between soil lead and childhood blood lead in urban New Orleans and rural Lafourche Parish of Louisiana.
HW Mielke, D Dugas, PW Mielke Jr, KS Smith, CR Gonzales
Environmental Health Perspectives 105 (9), 950-954, 1997
The urban rise and fall of air lead (Pb) and the latent surge and retreat of societal violence
HW Mielke, S Zahran
Environment international 43, 48-55, 2012
Nonlinear association between soil lead and blood lead of children in metropolitan New Orleans, Louisiana: 2000–2005
HW Mielke, CR Gonzales, E Powell, M Jartun, PW Mielke Jr
Science of the Total Environment 388 (1-3), 43-53, 2007
Speciation, mobility and bioavailability of soil lead
RL Chaney, HW Mielke, SB Sterrett
Environ. Geochem. Health 11 (Supplement), 105-129, 1989
The potential for heavy metal exposure from urban gardens and soils
RL Chaney, SB Sterrett, HW Mielke
Proc. symp. heavy metals in urban gardens. univ. dist. Columbia Extension …, 1984
Lead in New Orleans soils: new images of an urban environment
HW Mielke
Environmental Geochemistry and Health 16 (3-4), 123-128, 1994
Quantities and associations of lead, zinc, cadmium, manganese, chromium, nickel, vanadium, and copper in fresh Mississippi delta alluvium and New Orleans alluvial soils
HW Mielke, CR Gonzales, MK Smith, PW Mielke
Science of the Total Environment 246 (2-3), 249-259, 2000
Re-suspension of lead contaminated urban soil as a dominant source of atmospheric lead in Birmingham, Chicago, Detroit and Pittsburgh, USA
MAS Laidlaw, S Zahran, HW Mielke, MP Taylor, GM Filippelli
Atmospheric Environment 49, 302-310, 2012
Estimation of leaded (Pb) gasoline's continuing material and health impacts on 90 US urbanized areas
HW Mielke, MAS Laidlaw, CR Gonzales
Environment international 37 (1), 248-257, 2011
Mound building by pocket gophers (Geomyidae): their impact on soils and vegetation in North America
HW Mielke
Journal of Biogeography, 171-180, 1977
Lead (Pb) legacy from vehicle traffic in eight California urbanized areas: continuing influence of lead dust on children's health
HW Mielke, MAS Laidlaw, C Gonzales
Science of the total environment 408 (19), 3965-3975, 2010
Urban lead levels in Minneapolis: the case of the Hmong children
HW Mielke, B Blake, S Burroughs, N Hassinger
Environmental Research 34 (1), 64-76, 1984
Influence of fertilizer and sewage sludge compost on yield and heavy metal accumulation by lettuce grown in urban soils
SB Sterrett, RL Chaney, CH Gifford, HW Mielke
Environmental Geochemistry and Health 18 (4), 135-142, 1996
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