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Deep Raj
Deep Raj
Assistant Professor, SRM University-AP, India
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Sources, toxicity, and remediation of mercury: an essence review
D Raj, SK Maiti
Environmental monitoring and assessment 191 (9), 1-22, 2019
742019
Ecological risk assessment of mercury and other heavy metals in soils of coal mining area: A case study from the eastern part of a Jharia coal field, India
D Raj, A Chowdhury, SK Maiti
Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal 23 (4), 767-787, 2017
642017
Sources, bioaccumulation, health risks and remediation of potentially toxic metal (loid) s (As, Cd, Cr, Pb and Hg): an epitomised review
D Raj, SK Maiti
Environmental monitoring and assessment 192 (2), 1-20, 2020
452020
Brassica juncea (L.) Czern. (Indian mustard): a putative plant species to facilitate the phytoremediation of mercury contaminated soils
D Raj, A Kumar, SK Maiti
International Journal of Phytoremediation 22 (7), 733-744, 2020
342020
Bioaccumulation of potentially toxic elements in tree and vegetable species with associated health and ecological risks: a case study from a thermal power plant, Chandrapura, India
D Raj, SK Maiti
Rendiconti Lincei. Scienze Fisiche e Naturali 30 (3), 649-665, 2019
262019
Evaluation of toxic metal (loid) s concentration in soils around an open-cast coal mine (Eastern India)
D Raj, A Kumar, SK Maiti
Environmental Earth Sciences 78 (22), 1-19, 2019
222019
Mercury remediation potential of Brassica juncea (L.) Czern. for clean-up of flyash contaminated sites
D Raj, A Kumar, SK Maiti
Chemosphere 248, 125857, 2020
172020
Bioaccumulation of mercury, arsenic, cadmium, and lead in plants grown on coal mine soil
D Raj
Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal 25 (3), 659-671, 2019
102019
Risks Assessment of Heavy Metal Pollution in Roadside Soil and Vegetation of National Highway Crossing through Industrial Area
SP Ghosh, D Raj, SK Maiti
Environmental Processes, 1-24, 2020
92020
Risk assessment of potentially toxic elements in soils and vegetables around coal-fired thermal power plant: a case study of Dhanbad, India
D Raj, SK Maiti
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 192 (11), 1-18, 2020
62020
Brassica Juncea (L.) Czern.(Indian Mustard): A Potential Candidate for the Phytoremediation of Mercury from Soil
D Raj, SK Maiti
Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering 93, 67-72, 2020
32020
Soil Pollution and Plant Efficiency Indices for Phytoremediation of Heavy Metal (loid) s: Two-Decade Study (2002–2021)
A Kumar, D Raj, SK Maiti, M Maleva, G Borisova
Metals 12 (8), 1330, 2022
22022
Health Risk Assessment of Children Exposed to the Soil Containing Potentially Toxic Elements: A Case Study from Coal Mining Areas
D Raj, A Kumar, SK Maiti
Metals 12 (11), 1795, 2022
2022
Phytoremediation of fly ash: bioaccumulation and translocation of metals in natural colonizing vegetation on fly ash lagoons
SK Maiti, D Ghosh, D Raj
Handbook of Fly ash 1, 501-523, 2021
2021
Assessment of potentially toxic elements in the coal dust and its accumulation by two dominant tree species Albizia lebbeck and Madhuca longifolia grown on reclaimed coal mine …
D Raj, A Kumar, SK Maiti
Actual Problems of Organic Chemistry and Biotechnology, 297-298, 2020
2020
Improvements in Fertility of Reclaimed Coalmine Dumps due to Afforestation - A Case Study from North Karanpura Area, CCL, India
D Raj, PS Paul, SK Maiti
Sustainable Mining Practices, (Editors: AK Gorai & DS Nimaje), 55-64, 2017
2017
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