His scientific interests lie mostly in Soil lead, Soil water, Environmental engineering, Blood lead level and Soil test. He has included themes like Mining engineering and Environmental health in his Soil lead study. In Soil water, Howard W. Mielke works on issues like Environmental protection, which are connected to Contamination.
His work carried out in the field of Environmental engineering brings together such families of science as Polluted soils and Animal science. His Soil test study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Environmental chemistry, Phenanthrene and Pollutant. Lead exposure and Seasonality are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary research.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Soil lead, Environmental health, Soil water, Lead and Soil contamination. The study incorporates disciplines such as Toxicology, Topsoil and Environmental protection in addition to Soil lead. Climatic variables, Evapotranspiration and Water content is closely connected to Seasonality in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Toxicology.
Howard W. Mielke interconnects Environmental chemistry, Environmental engineering and Environmental remediation in the investigation of issues within Soil water. His Soil contamination research includes themes of Pollution and Animal science. Howard W. Mielke combines subjects such as Polluted soils and Bioavailability with his study of Animal science.
Howard W. Mielke spends much of his time researching Environmental health, Soil lead, Topsoil, Soil contamination and Environmental chemistry. Environmental health is often connected to Mortality rate in his work. His work in Soil lead covers topics such as Toxicology which are related to areas like Flooding.
His work on Contaminated soils is typically connected to Human exposure, Strengths and weaknesses and Limiting as part of general Soil contamination study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Environmental chemistry study often links to related topics such as Contamination. His research integrates issues of Environmental engineering, Soil water, Crop yield and Compost in his study of Contamination.
Howard W. Mielke mainly focuses on Depletion rate, Soil lead, Primary prevention, Toxicology and Topsoil.
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Soil is an important pathway of human lead exposure.
Howard W. Mielke;Patrick L. Reagan.
Environmental Health Perspectives (1998)
The urban environment and children's health: soils as an integrator of lead, zinc, and cadmium in New Orleans, louisiana, U.S.A.
H.W. Mielke;C.R. Gonzales;M.K. Smith;P.W. Mielke.
Environmental Research (1999)
Lead concentrations in inner-city soils as a factor in the child lead problem.
H W Mielke;J C Anderson;K J Berry;P W Mielke.
American Journal of Public Health (1983)
Lead in the Inner Cities Policies to reduce children's exposure to lead may be overlooking a major source of lead in the environment
Howard W. Mielke.
Seasonality and children's blood lead levels: developing a predictive model using climatic variables and blood lead data from Indianapolis, Indiana, Syracuse, New York, and New Orleans, Louisiana (USA).
Mark A.S. Laidlaw;Howard W. Mielke;Gabriel M. Filippelli;David L. Johnson.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2005)
LEAD IN THE INNER CITIES
American Scientist (1999)
PAH and metal mixtures in New Orleans soils and sediments.
H.W Mielke;G Wang;C.R Gonzales;B Le.
Science of The Total Environment (2001)
PAHs and metals in the soils of inner-city and suburban New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
Howard W. Mielke;Guangdi Wang;Christopher R. Gonzales;Eric T. Powell.
Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology (2004)
Associations between soil lead and childhood blood lead in urban New Orleans and rural Lafourche Parish of Louisiana.
H W Mielke;D Dugas;P W Mielke;K S Smith.
Environmental Health Perspectives (1997)
The urban rise and fall of air lead (Pb) and the latent surge and retreat of societal violence
Howard W. Mielke;Sammy Zahran.
Environment International (2012)
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