His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Estuary, Bay, Methylmercury and Fishery. His research integrates issues of Water pollution, Food chain and Environmental protection in his study of Estuary. His Water pollution research incorporates elements of Contamination, Biota and Stormwater.
Jay A Davis works mostly in the field of Bay, limiting it down to topics relating to Chlordane and, in certain cases, Environmental chemistry, Dieldrin, Surfperch, Pesticide residue and Zoology, as a part of the same area of interest. Jay A Davis has included themes like Aquatic ecosystem and Ecosystem in his Methylmercury study. His biological study deals with issues like San Joaquin, which deal with fields such as Water bird, Wetland and Micropterus.
Jay A Davis mainly investigates Bay, Fishery, Estuary, Contamination and Hydrology. His studies in Bay integrate themes in fields like Environmental chemistry, Water quality, Environmental planning and Environmental protection. His research in Fishery intersects with topics in Ecology and Bioaccumulation.
His study looks at the intersection of Ecology and topics like Methylmercury with Aquatic ecosystem, Food web, Ecosystem and Wetland. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Water pollution, Pollutant and Food chain. Jay A Davis interconnects Bird egg and Stormwater in the investigation of issues within Contamination.
His primary areas of study are Bay, Fishery, Selenium, Methylmercury and White. In his research, Jay A Davis undertakes multidisciplinary study on Bay and Monitoring program. His study in San Joaquin extends to Fishery with its themes.
His Methylmercury research includes elements of Ecology, Ecosystem, Bioaccumulation, Food web and Aquatic ecosystem. Pollutant is closely connected to Environmental chemistry in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Food web. The concepts of his Aquatic ecosystem study are interwoven with issues in Guild, Habitat, Freshwater fish, Pollution and Environmental monitoring.
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Application of the Surface Complexation Concept to Complex Mineral Assemblages
J.A. Davis;J.A. Coston;D.B. Kent;C.C. Fuller.
Environmental Science & Technology (1998)
Mechanisms of Uranium Interactions with Hydroxyapatite: Implications for Groundwater Remediation
C.C. Fuller;J.R. Bargar;J.A. Davis;M.J. Piana.
Environmental Science & Technology (2002)
Surface complexation and precipitate geometry for aqueous Zn(II) sorption on ferrihydrite I: X-ray absorption extended fine structure spectroscopy analysis
G.A Waychunas;C.C Fuller;J.A Davis.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2002)
Experimental Investigation and Modeling of Uranium (VI) Transport Under Variable Chemical Conditions
M. Kohler;G. P. Curtis;D. B. Kent;J. A. Davis.
Water Resources Research (1996)
Effects of Dissolved Carbonate on Arsenate Adsorption and Surface Speciation at the Hematite−Water Interface
Yuji Arai;D. L. Sparks;J. A. Davis.
Environmental Science & Technology (2004)
Arsenic speciation and reactivity in poultry litter.
Yuji Arai;A. Lanzirotti;S. Sutton;J. A. Davis.
Environmental Science & Technology (2003)
Uranium Adsorption on Ferrihydrite - Effects of Phosphate and Humic Acid
T.E. Payne;J.A. Davis;T.D. Waite.
Radiochimica Acta (1996)
Long-term Bioaccumulation Monitoring with Transplanted Bivalves in the San Francisco Estuary
Andrew J. Gunther;Jay A. Davis;Dane D. Hardin;Jordan Gold.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (1999)
Molecular-Scale Characterization of Uranium Sorption by Bone Apatite Materials for a Permeable Reactive Barrier Demonstration
C.C. Fuller;J.R. Bargar;J.A. Davis.
Environmental Science & Technology (2003)
Arsenate adsorption mechanisms at the allophane: Water interface
Yuji Arai;D L Sparks;J A Davis.
Environmental Science & Technology (2005)
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