His primary scientific interests are in Soil water, Mineralogy, Soil test, Environmental chemistry and Organic matter. His Soil water study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Moisture and Crust. The concepts of his Mineralogy study are interwoven with issues in Layer, Surface layer and Scanning electron microscope.
In his works, Amos Banin conducts interdisciplinary research on Soil test and Near-infrared spectroscopy. His Environmental chemistry study incorporates themes from Carbonate and Metal. He usually deals with Organic matter and limits it to topics linked to Arid and Loss on ignition, Total organic carbon and Mineral.
Amos Banin mainly focuses on Soil water, Montmorillonite, Environmental chemistry, Inorganic chemistry and Mineralogy. His Soil water research includes themes of Moisture, Organic matter, Carbonate and Effluent. His Moisture research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Field capacity and Water content.
His Montmorillonite research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Clay minerals, Sodium and Analytical chemistry. In his work, Cadmium is strongly intertwined with Soil contamination, which is a subfield of Environmental chemistry. His Inorganic chemistry research includes elements of Ion exchange and Particle size.
His primary areas of investigation include Soil water, Environmental chemistry, Effluent, Wastewater and Hydrology. His Soil water research integrates issues from Organic matter, Carbonate, Environmental engineering and Groundwater recharge. The study incorporates disciplines such as Metallurgy, Metal, Redistribution and Dissolution in addition to Environmental chemistry.
His Redistribution research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Moisture, Mineralogy and Field capacity. His research investigates the connection between Wastewater and topics such as Aquifer that intersect with issues in Land reclamation and Soil science. His Hydrology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Phosphorus and Hyperspectral imaging.
Amos Banin mainly investigates Soil water, Environmental chemistry, Metal, Heavy metals and Hydrology. His research integrates issues of Moisture, Drainage, Sewage treatment and Water content in his study of Soil water. His work carried out in the field of Environmental chemistry brings together such families of science as Organic matter, Carbonate and Redistribution.
His Organic matter research incorporates themes from Pedogenesis, Soil test, Pollution, Mediterranean climate and Soil horizon. His Redistribution study combines topics in areas such as Mineralogy and Field capacity. His study in Metal is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Soil properties and Environmental engineering.
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Near-Infrared Analysis as a Rapid Method to Simultaneously Evaluate Several Soil Properties
E. Ben-Dor;A. Banin.
Soil Science Society of America Journal (1995)
Mapping of several soil properties using DAIS-7915 hyperspectral scanner data - a case study over clayey soils in Israel
E. Ben-Dor;K. Patkin;A. Banin;A. Karnieli.
International Journal of Remote Sensing (2002)
Determination of organic matter content in arid-zone soils using a simple loss-on-ignition method
E. Ben‐Dor;A. Banin.
Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis (1989)
Industrial age anthropogenic inputs of heavy metals into the pedosphere
Fengxiang X. Han;Amos Banin;Yi Su;David L. Monts.
Scanning electron microscope observations on soil crusts and their formation.
Y. Chen;J. Tarchitzky;J. Brouwer;J. Morin.
Soil Science (1980)
Distribution of natural and anthropogenic lead in Mediterranean soils
Nadya Teutsch;Yigal Erel;Ludwik Halicz;Amos Banin.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2001)
New approach to studies of heavy metal redistribution in soil
F.X. Han;A. Banin;W.L. Kingery;G.B. Triplett.
Advances in Environmental Research (2003)
Assessment of global industrial-age anthropogenic arsenic contamination
Fengxiang X. Han;Yi Su;David L. Monts;M. John Plodinec.
Visible and near-infrared (0.4–1.1 μm) analysis of arid and semiarid soils
E. Ben-Dor;A. Banin.
Remote Sensing of Environment (1994)
Acidic volatiles and the Mars soil
A. Banin;F. X. Han;I. Kan;A. Cicelsky.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1997)
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