The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Environmental chemistry, Mercury, Soil water, Organic matter and Peat. He combines subjects such as Hydrology, Seawater and Mineralogy with his study of Environmental chemistry. His work deals with themes such as Drainage basin, Water pollution and Soil contamination, which intersect with Mercury.
His Soil water course of study focuses on Leaching and Mercury sulfide, Chloride, Soil test and Roasting. His research integrates issues of Decomposition, Glacial period, Holocene and Soil pH in his study of Peat. His Bog research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Humus, Radiometric dating, Deposition and Biogeochemistry.
His primary areas of study are Environmental chemistry, Mercury, Soil water, Peat and Organic matter. His Environmental chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Hydrology, Soil contamination, Iodine and Mineralogy. He interconnects Sediment, Pollution and Roasting in the investigation of issues within Mercury.
In general Soil water, his work in Leaching is often linked to Sorption linking many areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Decomposition, Humus, Chlorine and Lignin in addition to Peat. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Soil organic matter, Soil pH, Total organic carbon and Bromine.
Harald Biester mainly investigates Environmental chemistry, Peat, Mercury, Hydrology and Dissolved organic carbon. His Environmental chemistry research includes themes of Soil water, Iodine, Cobalt, Arsenic and Chromium. His research integrates issues of Organic matter and Pore water pressure in his study of Peat.
Harald Biester works on Mercury which deals in particular with Cinnabar. His Hydrology research includes elements of Bog and Metal. He has researched Dissolved organic carbon in several fields, including Lignin and Suberin.
His main research concerns Environmental chemistry, Peat, Hydrology, Soil water and Organic matter. His Environmental chemistry research integrates issues from Mercury, Cinnabar and Cadmium. His Cinnabar study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ingestion, Soil contamination and Topsoil.
His research investigates the connection between Peat and topics such as Dissolved organic carbon that intersect with problems in Leaching, Sphagnum, Lignin and Suberin. His research in Hydrology intersects with topics in Ombrotrophic and Bog. His research in Organic matter tackles topics such as Soil organic matter which are related to areas like Mineralogy, Soil classification, Bromine, Humus and Total organic carbon.
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Determination of Mercury Binding Forms in Contaminated Soils: Mercury Pyrolysis versus Sequential Extractions
Harald Biester;Christian Scholz.
Environmental Science & Technology (1997)
Binding and mobility of mercury in soils contaminated by emissions from chlor-alkali plants.
H Biester;G Müller;H.F Schöler.
Science of The Total Environment (2002)
Investigation of the light-enhanced emission of mercury from naturally enriched substrates
Mae Sexauer Gustin;Harald Biester;Christopher S Kim.
Atmospheric Environment (2002)
Iron traps terrestrially derived dissolved organic matter at redox interfaces
Thomas Riedel;Dominik Zak;Harald Biester;Thorsten Dittmar.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013)
Modeling the Past Atmospheric Deposition of Mercury Using Natural Archives
Harald Biester;Richard Bindler;§ and Antonio Martinez-Cortizas;Daniel R. Engstrom.
Environmental Science & Technology (2007)
A first insight into mercury distribution and speciation in soils from the Almadén mining district, Spain
P. Higueras;R. Oyarzun;H. Biester;J. Lillo.
Journal of Geochemical Exploration (2003)
Mercury speciation in sediments affected by dumped mining residues in the drainage area of the Idrija mercury mine, Slovenia.
Harald Biester;Mateja Gosar;Stefano Covelli.
Environmental Science & Technology (2000)
Mercury speciation in tailings of the Idrija mercury mine
Harald Biester;Mateja Gosar;German Müller.
Journal of Geochemical Exploration (1999)
Halogen Retention, Organohalogens, and the Role of Organic Matter Decomposition on Halogen Enrichment in Two Chilean Peat Bogs
H. Biester;F. Keppler;A. Putschew;‖ and A. Martinez-Cortizas.
Environmental Science & Technology (2004)
Over three millennia of mercury pollution in the Peruvian Andes
Colin A. Cooke;Prentiss H. Balcom;Harald Biester;Alexander P. Wolfe.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2009)
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