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Ravi Naidu
Ravi Naidu
Laureate Professor, Global Centre for Environmental Remediation, The University of Newcastle
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Influence of lime, fertilizer and manure applications on soil organic matter content and soil physical conditions: a review
RJ Haynes, R Naidu
Nutrient cycling in agroecosystems 51, 123-137, 1998
18771998
Bioremediation of high molecular weight polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons: a review of the microbial degradation of benzo [a] pyrene
AL Juhasz, R Naidu
International biodeterioration & biodegradation 45 (1-2), 57-88, 2000
15222000
Tailored titanium dioxide photocatalysts for the degradation of organic dyes in wastewater treatment: a review
F Han, VSR Kambala, M Srinivasan, D Rajarathnam, R Naidu
Applied Catalysis A: General 359 (1-2), 25-40, 2009
12922009
Bioremediation approaches for organic pollutants: a critical perspective
M Megharaj, B Ramakrishnan, K Venkateswarlu, N Sethunathan, R Naidu
Environment international 37 (8), 1362-1375, 2011
10922011
Electronic waste management approaches: An overview
P Kiddee, R Naidu, MH Wong
Waste management 33 (5), 1237-1250, 2013
9752013
Arsenic in the soil environment
ERG Smith, R Naidu, AM Alston
Academic Press, 1998
9671998
Nanoencapsulation, nano-guard for pesticides: a new window for safe application
MD Nuruzzaman, MM Rahman, Y Liu, R Naidu
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 64 (7), 1447-1483, 2016
7952016
Ionic‐strength and pH effects on the sorption of cadmium and the surface charge of soils
R Naidu, NS Bolan, RS Kookana, KG Tiller
European journal of soil science 45 (4), 419-429, 1994
7401994
Remediation approaches for polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) contaminated soils: Technological constraints, emerging trends and future directions
S Kuppusamy, P Thavamani, K Venkateswarlu, YB Lee, R Naidu, ...
Chemosphere 168, 944-968, 2017
7152017
The behaviour and environmental impact of contaminants in fertilizers
MJ McLaughlin, KG Tiller, R Naidu, DP Stevens
Soil Research 34 (1), 1-54, 1996
6471996
Bioavailability and toxicity of cadmium to microorganisms and their activities in soil: a review
K Vig, M Megharaj, N Sethunathan, R Naidu
Advances in Environmental Research 8 (1), 121-135, 2003
6302003
Influence of low-molecular-weight organic acids on the solubilization of phosphates
NS Bolan, R Naidu, S Mahimairaja, S Baskaran
Biology and Fertility of Soils 18, 311-319, 1994
5931994
Role of organic amendment application on greenhouse gas emission from soil
R Thangarajan, NS Bolan, G Tian, R Naidu, A Kunhikrishnan
Science of the Total Environment 465, 72-96, 2013
5382013
Toxicity of hexavalent chromium and its reduction by bacteria isolated from soil contaminated with tannery waste
M Megharaj, S Avudainayagam, R Naidu
Current microbiology 47, 0051-0054, 2003
5342003
Consortia of cyanobacteria/microalgae and bacteria: biotechnological potential
SR Subashchandrabose, B Ramakrishnan, M Megharaj, K Venkateswarlu, ...
Biotechnology advances 29 (6), 896-907, 2011
5172011
Green synthesis of Fe nanoparticles using eucalyptus leaf extracts for treatment of eutrophic wastewater
T Wang, X Jin, Z Chen, M Megharaj, R Naidu
Science of the total environment 466, 210-213, 2014
5162014
Cadmium sorption and transport in variable charge soils: a review
R Naidu, RS Kookana, ME Sumner, RD Harter, KG Tiller
Journal of Environmental Quality 26 (3), 602-617, 1997
5071997
Permeable reactive barrier for groundwater remediation
R Thiruvenkatachari, S Vigneswaran, R Naidu
Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry 14 (2), 145-156, 2008
4752008
Kaolinite-supported nanoscale zero-valent iron for removal of Pb2+ from aqueous solution: reactivity, characterization and mechanism
X Zhang, S Lin, Z Chen, M Megharaj, R Naidu
Water Research 45 (11), 3481-3488, 2011
4712011
Biochar application for the remediation of salt-affected soils: Challenges and opportunities
S Dahlawi, A Naeem, Z Rengel, R Naidu
Science of the Total Environment 625, 320-335, 2018
4622018
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