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Arsenic contamination in soil and sediment in India: sources, effects, and remediation
A Shrivastava, D Ghosh, A Dash, S Bose
Current Pollution Reports 1, 35-46, 2015
1542015
Diversity of arsenite oxidizing bacterial communities in arsenic-rich deltaic aquifers in West Bengal, India
D Ghosh, P Bhadury, J Routh
Frontiers in Microbiology 5, 602, 2014
642014
Elemental and biomarker characteristics in a Pleistocene aquifer vulnerable to arsenic contamination in the Bengal Delta Plain, India
D Ghosh, J Routh, M Dario, P Bhadury
Applied Geochemistry 61, 87-98, 2015
452015
Expression and characterization of a potential exopolysaccharide from a newly isolated halophilic thermotolerant bacteria Halomonas nitroreducens strain WB1
A Chikkanna, D Ghosh, A Kishore
PeerJ 6, e4684, 2018
372018
Characterization and microbial utilization of dissolved lipid organic fraction in arsenic impacted aquifers (India)
D Ghosh, J Routh, P Bhadury
Journal of Hydrology 527, 221-233, 2015
352015
Arsenic Exposures, Poisoning, and Threat to Human Health: Arsenic Affecting Human Health
A Chikkanna, L Mehan, SP Kavil, D Ghosh
Environmental Exposures and Human Health Challenges 1, 86-105, 2019
272019
Arsenic through aquatic trophic levels: effects, transformations and biomagnification—a concise review
D Ghosh, A Ghosh, P Bhadury
Geoscience Letters 9 (1), 1-17, 2022
252022
Coping with arsenic stress: Adaptations of arsenite‐oxidizing bacterial membrane lipids to increasing arsenic levels
D Ghosh, P Bhadury, J Routh
MicrobiologyOpen 7 (5), e00594, 2018
182018
Sub-surface Biogeochemical Characteristics and Its Effect on Arsenic Cycling in the Holocene Gray Sand Aquifers of the Lower Bengal Basin
D Ghosh, J Routh, P Bhadury
Frontiers in Environmental Science 5 (82), 2017
172017
Arsenic contamination in soil and sediment in India: sources, effects, and remediation. Curr Pollut Rep 1: 35–46
A Shrivastava, D Ghosh, A Dash, S Bose
152015
Anoxic storage to promote arsenic removal with groundwater-native iron
M Annaduzzaman, LC Rietveld, D Ghosh, BA Hoque, D van Halem
Water Research, 117404, 2021
112021
Organic Carbon transport model of abandoned river channels-a motif for floodplain geomorphology influencing biogeochemical swaying of arsenic
D Ghosh, S Kumar, ME Donselaar, C Corroto, AK Ghosh
Science of The Total Environment 762 (144400), 2021
112021
Predictive geospatial model for arsenic accumulation in Holocene aquifers based on interactions of oxbow-lake biogeochemistry and alluvial geomorphology
D Ghosh, ME Donselaar
Science of the Total Environment 856, 158952, 2023
62023
Bio-weathering of granites from Eastern Dharwar Craton (India): A tango of bacterial metabolism and mineral chemistry
A Chikkanna, D Ghosh, K Sajeev
Biogeochemistry 153 (3), 303-322, 2021
62021
Coping with arsenic stress: Adaptations of arsenite-oxidizing bacterial membrane lipids to increasing arsenic levels. MicrobiologyOpen 7, e00594
D Ghosh, P Bhadury, J Routh
62018
Microbial cycling of arsenic in the aquifers of Bengal Delta Plains (BDP)
D Ghosh, P Bhadury
Advances in Soil Microbiology: Recent Trends and Future Prospects: Volume 1 …, 2018
62018
Clay-plug sediment as the locus of arsenic pollution in Holocene alluvial-plain aquifers
S Kumar, D Ghosh, ME Donselaar, F Burgers, AK Ghosh
CATENA 202, 105255, 2021
52021
Climate change and the migration of a pastoralist people c. 3500 cal. years BP inferred from palaeofire and lipid biomarker records in the montane Western Ghats, India
SP Kavil, PR Bala, D Ghosh, P Kumar, R Sukumar
Environmental Archaeology 28 (3), 192-206, 2023
42023
Temporal dynamics of arsenic uptake and distribution: Food and water risks in the Bengal basin
SP Kavil, D Ghosh, I Pašić, J Routh
Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry 102 (1-4), 62-77, 2020
42020
Microbial mineral dissolution and environmental disasters: microbes and their mineral interactions
A Chikkanna, D Ghosh
Microbial biotechnology in environmental monitoring and cleanup, 125-151, 2018
42018
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