Mark Patrick Taylor, BSc (Hons); PhD
Mark Patrick Taylor, BSc (Hons); PhD
Department of Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Macquarie University
Verified email at mq.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
A review on the importance of metals and metalloids in atmospheric dust and aerosol from mining operations
J Csavina, J Field, MP Taylor, S Gao, A Landazuri, EA Betterton, AE Sáez
Science of the Total Environment 433, 58-73, 2012
3042012
A geomorphological framework for river characterization and habitat assessment
JR Thomson, MP Taylor, KA Fryirs, GJ Brierley
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 11 (5), 373-389, 2001
2062001
Why rehabilitate urban river systems?
SJ Findlay, MP Taylor
Area 38 (3), 312-325, 2006
1762006
Linking source and effect: Resuspended soil lead, air lead, and children’s blood lead levels in Detroit, Michigan
S Zahran, MAS Laidlaw, SP McElmurry, GM Filippelli, M Taylor
Environmental science & technology 47 (6), 2839-2845, 2013
1512013
Soil Cd, Cu, Pb and Zn contaminants around Mount Isa city, Queensland, Australia: Potential sources and risks to human health
MP Taylor, AK Mackay, KA Hudson-Edwards, E Holz
Applied Geochemistry 25 (6), 841-855, 2010
1292010
2000 years of sediment‐borne heavy metal storage in the Yorkshire Ouse basin, NE England, UK
KA Hudson‐Edwards, MG Macklin, MP Taylor
Hydrological Processes 13 (7), 1087-1102, 1999
1091999
Potential for childhood lead poisoning in the inner cities of Australia due to exposure to lead in soil dust
MAS Laidlaw, MP Taylor
Environmental Pollution 159 (1), 1-9, 2011
1042011
Sono‐Cathodic Stripping Voltammetry of Lead at a Polished Boron‐Doped Diamond Electrode: Application to the Determination of Lead in River Sediment
AJ Saterlay, C Agra‐Gutiérrez, MP Taylor, F Marken, RG Compton
Electroanalysis: An International Journal Devoted to Fundamental and …, 1999
1041999
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
1002012
Historic metal mining inputs to Tees river sediment
K Hudson-Edwards, M Macklin, M Taylor
Science of the total Environment 194, 437-445, 1997
961997
Quantification of class 1 integron abundance in natural environments using real-time quantitative PCR
SA Hardwick, HW Stokes, S Findlay, M Taylor, MR Gillings
FEMS microbiology letters 278 (2), 207-212, 2008
882008
Identification of environmental lead sources and pathways in a mining and smelting town: Mount Isa, Australia
AK Mackay, MP Taylor, NC Munksgaard, KA Hudson-Edwards, ...
Environmental Pollution 180, 304-311, 2013
772013
The variability of heavy metals in floodplain sediments: a case study from mid Wales
MP Taylor
Catena 28 (1-2), 71-87, 1996
771996
Can field portable X-ray fluorescence (pXRF) produce high quality data for application in environmental contamination research?
M Rouillon, MP Taylor
Environmental Pollution 214, 255-264, 2016
722016
Heavy metal contamination of an arid river environment: Gruben River, Namibia
MP Taylor, RGH Kesterton
Geomorphology 42 (3-4), 311-327, 2002
692002
Environmental lead exposure risks associated with children's outdoor playgrounds
MP Taylor, D Camenzuli, LJ Kristensen, M Forbes, S Zahran
Environmental pollution 178, 447-454, 2013
682013
Environmental arsenic, cadmium and lead dust emissions from metal mine operations: Implications for environmental management, monitoring and human health
MP Taylor, SA Mould, LJ Kristensen, M Rouillon
Environmental Research 135, 296-303, 2014
642014
Are current models of tufa sedimentary environments applicable to tropical systems? A case study from the Gregory River
KD Carthew, MP Taylor, RN Drysdale
Sedimentary Geology 162 (3-4), 199-218, 2003
632003
Identification of lead sources in residential environments: Sydney Australia
MAS Laidlaw, S Zahran, N Pingitore, J Clague, G Devlin, MP Taylor
Environmental pollution 184, 238-246, 2014
622014
Did humid-temperate rivers in the Old and New Worlds respond differently to clearance of riparian vegetation and removal of woody debris?
GJ Brierley, AP Brooks, K Fryirs, MP Taylor
Progress in Physical Geography 29 (1), 27-49, 2005
622005
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