His scientific interests lie mostly in Environmental chemistry, Biochar, Soil contamination, Biodegradation and Sludge. His work deals with themes such as Soil water, Contamination and Extraction, which intersect with Environmental chemistry. His research investigates the connection between Biochar and topics such as Bioaccumulation that intersect with problems in Agronomy.
Brian J. Reid focuses mostly in the field of Soil contamination, narrowing it down to matters related to Environmental remediation and, in some cases, Pyrene. His Biodegradation research integrates issues from Bioremediation, Pollutant, Mineralization, Pesticide and Earthworm. His Sludge research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Raw material, Pyrolysis and Toxicology.
Environmental chemistry, Soil water, Phenanthrene, Soil contamination and Biodegradation are his primary areas of study. His Environmental chemistry research incorporates themes from Contamination, Bioremediation, Extraction and Biochar. Brian J. Reid interconnects Sludge, Agronomy, Sorption, Bioaccumulation and Cadmium in the investigation of issues within Biochar.
His studies deal with areas such as Chromatography, Cyclodextrin and Pyrene as well as Phenanthrene. In his research on the topic of Soil contamination, Animal science is strongly related with Earthworm. Sediment is closely connected to Pollutant in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Biodegradation.
His primary areas of investigation include Biochar, Environmental chemistry, Amendment, Sorption and Soil water. Brian J. Reid has researched Biochar in several fields, including Soil contamination, Leaching, Agronomy and Cadmium. The concepts of his Soil contamination study are interwoven with issues in Soil classification, Mycobacterium gilvum and Fluoranthene, Pyrene.
His Environmental chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Contamination, Biodegradation, Soil pH, Loam and Nitrate. His studies in Sorption integrate themes in fields like Inorganic chemistry, Precipitation, Pollutant and Environmental remediation. His Soil organic matter study, which is part of a larger body of work in Soil water, is frequently linked to Lolium perenne, Acidobacteria and Rhizobacteria, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His main research concerns Biochar, Amendment, Soil contamination, Environmental chemistry and Mycobacterium gilvum. His study in Biochar is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Soil water, Precipitation, Cadmium and Animal science. His Soil water study combines topics in areas such as Contamination, Environmental remediation, Atrazine and Pore water pressure.
Amendment is integrated with Rice grain, Sludge, Agronomy, Rice plant and Paddy soils in his research. Brian J. Reid regularly links together related areas like Pyrolysis in his Soil contamination studies. He has included themes like Biodegradation and Fluoranthene, Pyrene, Phenanthrene in his Mycobacterium gilvum study.
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Bioavailability of persistent organic pollutants in soils and sediments--a perspective on mechanisms, consequences and assessment.
Brian J. Reid;Kevin C. Jones;Kirk T. Semple.
Environmental Pollution (2000)
Impact of composting strategies on the treatment of soils contaminated with organic pollutants.
Kirk T. Semple;Brian J. Reid;T. R. Fermor.
Environmental Pollution (2001)
Nonexhaustive Cyclodextrin-Based Extraction Technique for the Evaluation of PAH Bioavailability
Brian J. Reid;Joanna D. Stokes;Kevin C. Jones;Kirk T. Semple.
Environmental Science & Technology (2000)
Environmental contextualisation of potential toxic elements and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in biochar
Alessia Freddo;Chao Cai;Brian J. Reid.
Environmental Pollution (2012)
Earthworm assisted bioremediation of organic contaminants.
Zachary A. Hickman;Brian J. Reid.
Environment International (2008)
The effects of sewage sludge and sewage sludge biochar on PAHs and potentially toxic element bioaccumulation in Cucumis sativa L.
Muhammad Waqas;Sardar Khan;Huang Qing;Brian J. Reid.
The role of biochar properties in influencing the sorption and desorption of Pb(II), Cd(II) and As(III) in aqueous solution
Eric F. Zama;Yong-Guan Zhu;Brian J. Reid;Gou-Xin Sun.
Journal of Cleaner Production (2017)
Quantifying the influence of biochar on the physical and hydrological properties of dissimilar soils
Lewis R. Peake;Brian J. Reid;Xiangyu Tang.
Application of biochar to soil reduces cancer risk via rice consumption: a case study in Miaoqian village, Longyan, China.
Sardar Khan;Brian J. Reid;Gang Li;Yong-Guan Zhu.
Environment International (2014)
A simple 14C-respirometric method for assessing microbial catabolic potential and contaminant bioavailability
Brian J. Reid;Christopher J. A. MacLeod;Philip H. Lee;Alistair W. J. Morriss.
Fems Microbiology Letters (2001)
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