Johnnie Moore
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Partitioning of arsenic and metals in reducing sulfidic sediments
JN Moore, WH Ficklin, C Johns
Environmental Science & Technology 22 (4), 432-437, 1988
4091988
High-resolution particle size analysis of naturally occurring very fine-grained sediment through laser diffractometry
M Sperazza, JN Moore, MS Hendrix
Journal of Sedimentary Research 74 (5), 736-743, 2004
3782004
Hazardous wastes from large-scale metal extraction. A case study
JN Moore, SN Luoma
Environmental science & technology 24 (9), 1278-1285, 1990
3701990
Pit lakes: their characteristics and the potential for their remediation
JM Castro, JN Moore
Environmental geology 39 (11), 1254-1260, 2000
2082000
Decline of the world's saline lakes
WA Wurtsbaugh, C Miller, SE Null, RJ DeRose, P Wilcock, ...
Nature Geoscience 10 (11), 816-821, 2017
2022017
Direct observation of heavy metal-mineral association from the Clark Fork River Superfund Complex: Implications for metal transport and bioavailability
MF Hochella Jr, JN Moore, CV Putnis, A Putnis, T Kasama, DD Eberl
Geochimica et cosmochimica acta 69 (7), 1651-1663, 2005
1992005
Selenium fractionation and speciation in a wetland system
Y Zhang, JN Moore
Environmental science & technology 30 (8), 2613-2619, 1996
1961996
Diel variation of trace metals in the upper Clark Fork River, Montana
CM Brick, JN Moore
Environmental science & technology 30 (6), 1953-1960, 1996
1931996
A TEM study of samples from acid mine drainage systems: Metal-mineral association with implications for transport
MF Hochella Jr, JN Moore, U Golla, A Putnis
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 63 (19-20), 3395-3406, 1999
1851999
Grain size partitioning of metals in contaminated, coarse-grained river floodplain sediment: Clark Fork River, Montana, USA
JN Moore, EJ Brook, C Johns
Environmental Geology and Water Sciences 14 (2), 107-115, 1989
1781989
The fate of geothermal arsenic in the Madison and Missouri Rivers, Montana and Wyoming
DA Nimick, JN Moore, CE Dalby, MW Savka
Water Resources Research 34 (11), 3051-3067, 1998
1701998
Differences in hyporheic-zone microbial community structure along a heavy-metal contamination gradient
K Feris, P Ramsey, C Frazar, JN Moore, JE Gannon, WE Holben
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 69 (9), 5563-5573, 2003
1622003
Mineralogy and trace element association in an acid mine drainage iron oxide precipitate; comparison of selective extractions
DK McCarty, JN Moore, WA Marcus
Applied Geochemistry 13 (2), 165-176, 1998
1341998
Reaction scheme for the oxidation of As (III) to As (V) by birnessite
JR Walker, TH Hayes
Clays and Clay Minerals 38 (5), 549-555, 1990
1311990
Origin, structure, and evolution of a reattachment bar, Colorado River, Grand Canyon, Arizona
DM Rubin, JC Schmidt, JN Moore
Journal of Sedimentary Research 60 (6), 982-991, 1990
1211990
Arsenic mobilization in the hyporheic zone of a contaminated stream
SA Nagorski, JN Moore
Water Resources Research 35 (11), 3441-3450, 1999
1191999
Downstream effects of mine effluent on an intermontane riparian system
JN Moore, SN Luoma, D Peters
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 48 (2), 222-232, 1991
1161991
Particle-size and chemical control of As, Cd, Cu, Fe, Mn, Ni, Pb, and Zn in bed sediment from the Clark Fork river, Montana (USA)
EJ Brook, JN Moore
Science of the Total Environment 76 (2-3), 247-266, 1988
1161988
Basics of physical stratigraphy and sedimentology
WJ Fritz, JN Moore
Wiley, 1988
1161988
Environmentally important, poorly crystalline Fe/Mn hydrous oxides: Ferrihydrite and a possibly new vernadite-like mineral from the Clark Fork River Superfund Complex
MF Hochella Jr, T Kasama, A Putnis, CV Putnis, JN Moore
American Mineralogist 90 (4), 718-724, 2005
1152005
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