Bibhash Nath
Bibhash Nath
New York City Department of Emergency Management
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Co-occurrence of arsenic and fluoride in groundwater of semi-arid regions in Latin America: Genesis, mobility and remediation
MT Alarcón-Herrera, J Bundschuh, B Nath, HB Nicolli, M Gutierrez, ...
Journal of Hazardous Materials 262, 960-969, 2013
Arsenic in the human food chain: the Latin American perspective
J Bundschuh, B Nath, P Bhattacharya, CW Liu, MA Armienta, MVM López, ...
Sci Total Environ 429, 92-106, 2012
Chemodynamics of an arsenic “hotspot” in a West Bengal aquifer: A field and reactive transport modeling study
L Charlet, S Chakraborty, CAJ Appelo, G Roman-Ross, B Nath, AA Ansari, ...
Applied geochemistry 22 (7), 1273-1292, 2007
Assessment of arsenic exposure from groundwater and rice in Bengal Delta Region, West Bengal, India
D Chatterjee, D Halder, S Majumder, A Biswas, B Nath, P Bhattacharya, ...
Water research 44 (19), 5803-5812, 2010
High arsenic groundwater: Mobilization, metabolism and mitigation–an overview in the Bengal Delta Plain
R Bhattacharyya, D Chatterjee, B Nath, J Jana, G Jacks, M Vahter
Molecular and cellular biochemistry 253 (1), 347-355, 2003
Hydrogeochemical contrast between brown and grey sand aquifers in shallow depth of Bengal Basin: Consequences for sustainable drinking water supply
A Biswas, B Nath, P Bhattacharya, D Halder, AK Kundu, U Mandal, ...
Science of the Total Environment 431, 402-412, 2012
Palaeosol control on groundwater flow and pollutant distribution: The example of arsenic
JM McArthur, B Nath, DM Banerjee, R Purohit, N Grassineau
Environmental science & technology 45 (4), 1376-1383, 2011
Arsenic-enriched aquifers: Occurrences and mobilization of arsenic in groundwater of Ganges Delta Plain, Barasat, West Bengal, India
S Kar, JP Maity, JS Jean, CC Liu, B Nath, HJ Yang, J Bundschuh
Applied Geochemistry 25 (12), 1805-1814, 2010
Mobility of arsenic in West Bengal aquifers conducting low and high groundwater arsenic. Part I: Comparative hydrochemical and hydrogeological characteristics
B Nath, D Stüben, SB Mallik, D Chatterjee, L Charlet
Applied Geochemistry 23 (5), 977-995, 2008
Accumulation of trace metals in grey mangrove< i> Avicennia marina</i> fine nutritive roots: The role of rhizosphere processes
P Chaudhuri, B Nath, G Birch
Marine Pollution Bulletin 79 (1-2), 184-292, 2014
Geochemistry of high arsenic groundwater in Chia-Nan plain, Southwestern Taiwan: Possible sources and reactive transport of arsenic
B Nath, JS Jean, MK Lee, HJ Yang, CC Liu
Journal of contaminant hydrology 99 (1), 85-96, 2008
Groundwater As mobilization in the Bengal Delta Plain, the use of ferralite as a possible remedial measure—a case study
R Bhattacharyya, J Jana, B Nath, SJ Sahu, D Chatterjee, G Jacks
Applied geochemistry 18 (9), 1435-1451, 2003
Naturally occurring arsenic in terrestrial geothermal systems of western Anatolia, Turkey: potential role in contamination of freshwater resources
J Bundschuh, JP Maity, B Nath, A Baba, O Gunduz, TR Kulp, JS Jean, ...
Journal of hazardous materials 262, 951-959, 2013
Preservation strategies for inorganic arsenic species in high iron, low-Eh groundwater from West Bengal, India
AG Gault, J Jana, S Chakraborty, P Mukherjee, M Sarkar, B Nath, ...
Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 381 (2), 347-353, 2005
Mobility of arsenic in the sub-surface environment: An integrated hydrogeochemical study and sorption model of the sandy aquifer materials
B Nath, S Chakraborty, A Burnol, D Stüben, D Chatterjee, L Charlet
Journal of Hydrology 364 (3), 236-248, 2009
Characterization of aquifers conducting groundwaters with low and high arsenic concentrations: a comparative case study from West Bengal, India
B Nath, Z Berner, SB Mallik, D Chatterjee, L Charlet, D Stueben
Mineralogical Magazine 69 (5), 841-854, 2005
A Review of Threats and Vulnerabilities to Mangrove Habitats: With Special Emphasis on East Coast of India
S Ghosh, M Bakshi, S Bhattacharyya, B Nath, P Chaudhuri
J Earth Sci Clim Change 6 (270), 9, 2015
Arsenic mobilization in the aquifers of three physiographic settings of West Bengal, India: understanding geogenic and anthropogenic influences
S Bhowmick, B Nath, D Halder, A Biswas, S Majumder, P Mondal, ...
Journal of hazardous materials 262, 915-923, 2013
Trace metal biogeochemistry in mangrove ecosystems: A comparative assessment of acidified (by acid sulfate soils) and non-acidified sites
B Nath, G Birch, P Chaudhuri
Science of The Total Environment 463, 667-674, 2013
Impact of urbanization on land use and land cover change in Guwahati city, India and its implication on declining groundwater level
B Nath, W Ni-Meister, R Choudhury
Groundwater for Sustainable Development 12, 100500, 2021
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