Tom Sizmur
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A review of biochars’ potential role in the remediation, revegetation and restoration of contaminated soils
L Beesley, E Moreno-Jiménez, JL Gomez-Eyles, E Harris, B Robinson, ...
Environmental pollution 159 (12), 3269-3282, 2011
Effects of biochar and the earthworm Eisenia fetida on the bioavailability of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and potentially toxic elements
JL Gomez-Eyles, T Sizmur, CD Collins, ME Hodson
Environmental Pollution 159 (2), 616-622, 2011
Do earthworms impact metal mobility and availability in soil?–A review
T Sizmur, ME Hodson
Environmental pollution 157 (7), 1981-1989, 2009
Biochar modification to enhance sorption of inorganics from water
T Sizmur, T Fresno, G Akgül, H Frost, E Moreno-Jiménez
Bioresource Technology 246, 34-47, 2017
Impact of the earthworm Lumbricus terrestris (L.) on As, Cu, Pb and Zn mobility and speciation in contaminated soils
T Sizmur, B Palumbo-Roe, MJ Watts, ME Hodson
Environmental pollution 159 (3), 742-748, 2011
The potential of biochar amendments to remediate contaminated soils
JL Gomez-Eyles, L Beesley, E Moreno-Jimenez, U Ghosh, T Sizmur
Biochar and soil biota 4, 100-133, 2013
Biochar and heavy metals
T Beesley, L., Moreno-Jimenez, E., Fellet, G., Carrijo, L., Sizmur
Biochar for Environmental Management: Science, Technology and Implementation …, 2015
Application of biochar for soil remediation
T Sizmur, R Quilliam, AP Puga, E Moreno‐Jiménez, L Beesley, ...
Agricultural and environmental applications of biochar: Advances and …, 2016
Lumbricus terrestris L. does not impact on the remediation efficiency of compost and biochar amendments
T Sizmur, J Wingate, T Hutchings, ME Hodson
Pedobiologia 54, S211-S216, 2011
Impacts of epigeic, anecic and endogeic earthworms on metal and metalloid mobility and availability
T Sizmur, EL Tilston, J Charnock, B Palumbo-Roe, MJ Watts, ME Hodson
Journal of Environmental Monitoring 13 (2), 266-273, 2011
Impact of gut passage and mucus secretion by the earthworm Lumbricus terrestris on mobility and speciation of arsenic in contaminated soil
T Sizmur, MJ Watts, GD Brown, B Palumbo-Roe, ME Hodson
Journal of hazardous materials 197, 169-175, 2011
Impact of earthworms on trace element solubility in contaminated mine soils amended with green waste compost
T Sizmur, B Palumbo-Roe, ME Hodson
Environmental pollution 159 (7), 1852-1860, 2011
Mercury and methylmercury bioaccumulation by polychaete worms is governed by both feeding ecology and mercury bioavailability in coastal mudflats
T Sizmur, J Canário, TG Gerwing, ML Mallory, NJ O'Driscoll
Environmental Pollution 176, 18-25, 2013
The polychaete worm Nereis diversicolor increases mercury lability and methylation in intertidal mudflats
T Sizmur, J Canário, S Edmonds, A Godfrey, NJ O'Driscoll
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 32 (8), 1888-1895, 2013
Predicting Cu and Zn sorption capacity of biochar from feedstock C/N ratio and pyrolysis temperature
A Rodríguez-Vila, H Selwyn-Smith, L Enunwa, I Smail, EF Covelo, ...
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 25 (8), 7730-7739, 2018
Modeling the photo-oxidation of dissolved organic matter by ultraviolet radiation in freshwater lakes: Implications for mercury bioavailability
S Haverstock, T Sizmur, J Murimboh, NJ O’Driscoll
Chemosphere 88 (10), 1220-1226, 2012
Milled cereal straw accelerates earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris) growth more than selected organic amendments
T Sizmur, E Martin, K Wagner, E Parmentier, C Watts, AP Whitmore
Applied Soil Ecology 113, 166-177, 2017
Gaseous mercury flux from salt marshes is mediated by solar radiation and temperature
T Sizmur, G McArthur, D Risk, R Tordon, NJ O'Driscoll
Atmospheric Environment 153, 117-125, 2017
LEGO® Bricks as Building Blocks for Centimeter-Scale Biological Environments: The Case of Plants
KR Lind, T Sizmur, S Benomar, A Miller, L Cademartiri
PloS one 9 (6), e100867, 2014
The impact of Eisenia veneta on As, Cu, Pb and Zn uptake by ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.)
T Sizmur, ME Hodson
Mineralogical Magazine 72 (1), 495-499, 2008
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