Kirk T Semple
Kirk T Semple
Professor of Environmental Microbiology, Lancaster University
Verified email at lancaster.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Bound pesticide residues in soils: a review
B Gevao, KT Semple, KC Jones
Environmental pollution 108 (1), 3-14, 2000
6992000
Bioavailability of persistent organic pollutants in soils and sediments—a perspective on mechanisms, consequences and assessment
BJ Reid, KC Jones, KT Semple
Environmental Pollution 108 (1), 103-112, 2000
6272000
Peer reviewed: defining bioavailability and bioaccessibility of contaminated soil and sediment is complicated
KT Semple, KJ Doick, KC Jones, P Burauel, A Craven, H Harms
Environmental science & technology 38 (12), 228A-231A, 2004
6042004
Bioavailability of hydrophobic organic contaminants in soils: fundamental concepts and techniques for analysis
KT Semple, AWJ Morriss, GI Paton
European journal of soil science 54 (4), 809-818, 2003
5492003
Impact of composting strategies on the treatment of soils contaminated with organic pollutants
KT Semple, BJ Reid, TR Fermor
Environmental pollution 112 (2), 269-283, 2001
5402001
Nonexhaustive cyclodextrin-based extraction technique for the evaluation of PAH bioavailability
BJ Reid, JD Stokes, KC Jones, KT Semple
Environmental Science & Technology 34 (15), 3174-3179, 2000
4052000
Electron shuttling via humic acids in microbial iron (III) reduction in a freshwater sediment
A Kappler, M Benz, B Schink, A Brune
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 47 (1), 85-92, 2004
2782004
Biodegradation of aromatic compounds by microalgae
KT Semple, RB Cain, S Schmidt
FEMS Microbiology letters 170 (2), 291-300, 1999
2541999
Microbial interactions with organic contaminants in soil: definitions, processes and measurement
KT Semple, KJ Doick, LY Wick, H Harms
Environmental pollution 150 (1), 166-176, 2007
2362007
Bioavailability of nonextractable (bound) pesticide residues to earthworms
B Gevao, C Mordaunt, KT Semple, TG Piearce, KC Jones
Environmental science & technology 35 (3), 501-507, 2001
1942001
Microbe‐aliphatic hydrocarbon interactions in soil: implications for biodegradation and bioremediation
JL Stroud, GI Paton, KT Semple
Journal of Applied Microbiology 102 (5), 1239-1253, 2007
1892007
Biodegradation of phenols by the alga Ochromonas danica.
KT Semple, RB Cain
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 62 (4), 1265-1273, 1996
1661996
Impact of black carbon in the extraction and mineralization of phenanthrene in soil
AH Rhodes, A Carlin, KT Semple
Environmental Science & Technology 42 (3), 740-745, 2008
1642008
Past, present, and future controls on levels of persistent organic pollutants in the global environment
L Nizzetto, M Macleod, K Borgå, A Cabrerizo, J Dachs, AD Guardo, ...
Environmental science & technology 44 (17), 6526-6531, 2010
1562010
A simple 14C-respirometric method for assessing microbial catabolic potential and contaminant bioavailability
BJ Reid, CJA MacLeod, PH Lee, AWJ Morriss, JD Stokes, KT Semple
FEMS Microbiology Letters 196 (2), 141-146, 2001
1332001
Influence of contact time on extractability and degradation of pyrene in soils
CJA MacLeod, KT Semple
Environmental science & technology 34 (23), 4952-4957, 2000
1322000
Interactions between earthworms and arsenic in the soil environment: a review
CJ Langdon, TG Piearce, AA Meharg, KT Semple
Environmental Pollution 124 (3), 361-373, 2003
1282003
Survival and behaviour of the earthworms Lumbricus rubellus and Dendrodrilus rubidus from arsenate-contaminated and non-contaminated sites
CJ Langdon, TG Piearce, AA Meharg, KT Semple
Soil biology and biochemistry 33 (9), 1239-1244, 2001
1212001
Long-term fate of polychlorinated biphenyls and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in an agricultural soil
KJ Doick, E Klingelmann, P Burauel, KC Jones, KT Semple
Environmental science & technology 39 (10), 3663-3670, 2005
1092005
Temporal changes in earthworm availability and extractability of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in soil
DL Johnson, KC Jones, CJ Langdon, TG Piearce, KT Semple
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 34 (9), 1363-1370, 2002
1062002
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