Jane A Entwistle
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Multi-element analysis of soils from Scottish historical sites. Interpreting land-use history through the physical and geochemical analysis of soil
JA Entwistle, PW Abrahams, RA Dodgshon
Journal of archaeological science 25 (1), 53-68, 1998
The geoarchaeological significance and spatial variability of a range of physical and chemical soil properties from a former habitation site, Isle of Skye
JA Entwistle, PW Abrahams, RA Dodgshon
Journal of archaeological science 27 (4), 287-303, 2000
Development and application of an inhalation bioaccessibility method (IBM) for lead in the PM10 size fraction of soil
N Boisa, N Elom, JR Dean, ME Deary, G Bird, JA Entwistle
Environment international 70, 132-142, 2014
Estimation of daily intake of potentially toxic elements from urban street dust and the role of oral bioaccessibility testing
A Okorie, J Entwistle, JR Dean
Chemosphere 86 (5), 460-467, 2012
Determination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in urban street dust: implications for human health
D Lorenzi, JA Entwistle, M Cave, JR Dean
Chemosphere 83 (7), 970-977, 2011
Metalliferous mine dust: Human health impacts and the potential determinants of disease in mining communities
JA Entwistle, AS Hursthouse, PA Marinho Reis, AG Stewart
Current Pollution Reports 5, 67-83, 2019
Multi-element analysis of soils and sediments from Scottish historical sites. The potential of inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry for rapid site investigation
JA Entwistle, PW Abrahams
Journal of Archaeological Science 24 (5), 407-416, 1997
The application of in vitro gastrointestinal extraction to assess oral bioaccessibility of potentially toxic elements from an urban recreational site
A Okorie, J Entwistle, JR Dean
Applied geochemistry 26 (5), 789-796, 2011
Combining research-based student fieldwork with staff research to reinforce teaching and learning
IC Fuller, A Mellor, JA Entwistle
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 38 (3), 383-400, 2014
International analysis of sources and human health risk associated with trace metal contaminants in residential indoor dust
CF Isley, KL Fry, X Liu, GM Filippelli, JA Entwistle, AP Martin, M Kah, ...
Environmental science & technology 56 (2), 1053-1068, 2021
An investigation of former land‐use activity through the physical and chemical analysis of soils from the Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides
JA Entwistle, RA Dodgshon, PW Abrahams
Archaeological Prospection 7 (3), 171-188, 2000
An apple a day? Assessing gardeners' lead exposure in urban agriculture sites to improve the derivation of soil assessment criteria
JA Entwistle, PM Amaibi, JR Dean, ME Deary, D Medock, J Morton, ...
Environment international 122, 130-141, 2019
Use of simulated epithelial lung fluid in assessing the human health risk of Pb in urban street dust
JR Dean, NI Elom, JA Entwistle
Science of the Total Environment 579, 387-395, 2017
Three-dimensional (3D) visualisation: the application of terrestrial laser scanning in the investigation of historical Scottish farming townships
JA Entwistle, KJW McCaffrey, PW Abrahams
Journal of Archaeological Science 36 (3), 860-866, 2009
Geostatistical and multi‐elemental analysis of soils to interpret land‐use history in the Hebrides, Scotland
JA Entwistle, KJW McCaffrey, RA Dodgshon
Geoarchaeology: An International Journal 22 (4), 391-415, 2007
Human health risk from Pb in urban street dust in northern UK cities
NI Elom, J Entwistle, JR Dean
Environmental Chemistry Letters 12, 209-218, 2014
Potentially harmful elements (PHEs) in scalp hair, soil and metallurgical wastes in Mitrovica, Kosovo: the role of oral bioaccessibility and mineralogy in human PHE exposure
N Boisa, G Bird, PA Brewer, JR Dean, JA Entwistle, SJ Kemp, MG Macklin
Environment international 60, 56-70, 2013
Changes in air quality in Mexico City, London and Delhi in response to various stages and levels of lockdowns and easing of restrictions during COVID-19 pandemic
E Vega, A Namdeo, L Bramwell, Y Miquelajauregui, ...
Environmental Pollution 285, 117664, 2021
The application of an in vitro gastrointestinal extraction to assess the oral bioaccessibility of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in soils from a former industrial site
D Lorenzi, J Entwistle, M Cave, J Wragg, JR Dean
Analytica chimica acta 735, 54-61, 2012
The Ben Lawers historic landscape project: simultaneous multi-element analysis of former settlement and arable soils by X-ray fluorescence spectrometry
PW Abrahams, JA Entwistle, RA Dodgshon
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 17, 231-248, 2010
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