Prof. Amos Banin

Recent Publications

Stucki, J.W., Wu, J., Gan, H., Komadel, P. and Banin A. 2000. Effects of iron oxidation state and organic cations on dioctahedral smectite hydration. Clays Clay Min. 48, 290-298.

Han, F.X. and Banin, A. 2000. Long-term transformations of Cd, Co, Cu, Ni, Zn, V, Mn and Fe in native arid-zone soils under saturated condition. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 31, 943-957.

Singer, A., Banin, A., Poberejzsky, L. and Gilenko, M. 2001. Soil crusts in the Amu Darya River delta: Properties and formation. In: S.-W. Breckle, M. Veste and W. Wuchner (eds.), Sustainable Land Use in Deserts. Springer, Berlin, pp. 103-114.

Han, F.X., Banin, A. and Triplett, G.B. 2001. Redistribution of heavy metals in arid-zone soils under wetting-drying cycle soil moisture regime. Soil Sci. 166, 18-28.

Teutsch, N., Erel, Y., Halicz, Y. and Banin, A. 2001. The distribution of natural and anthropogenic lead in Mediterranean soils. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 65, 2853-2864.

Han, F.X., Banin, A., Su, Y., Monts, D.L., Poldinec, M.J., Kingery, W.L., Triplett, G.B. 2002. Industrial age anthropogenic inputs of heavy metals in the pedosphere. Naturwissenschaften 89, 497-504.

Ben-Dor, E., Patkin, K., Banin, A., Karnieli, A. 2002. Mapping of several soil properties using DAIS-7915 hyperspectral scanner data - a case study over clayey soils in Israel. Intern. J. Remote Sensing 23(6), 1043-1062.

Han, F.X., Banin, A., Kingery, W.L. and Li, Z.P. 2002. Pathways and kinetics of transformation of cobalt among solid-phase components in arid-zone soils. J. Environ. Sci. Health, Part A. 37(2), 175-194.

Bishop, J.L., Banin, A., Mancinelli, R.L., and Klovstad, M.R. 2002. Detection of soluble and fixed NH4+ in clay minerals by DTA and IR reflectance spectroscopy: A potential tool for planetary surface exploration. Planetary Space Sci. 50, 11-19.

Banin, A., Lin, C., Eshel, G., Roehl, K.E., Negev, I., Greenwald, D., Shachar, Y., Yablekovitch, Y. 2002. Geochemical processes in recharge basin soils used for municipal effluents reclamation by the soil-aquifer treatment (SAT) system. In: Dillon, P.J. (ed.) Management of Aquifer Recharge for Sustainability, Proc.4th Intern. Symp. Artificial Recharge (ISAR4) (ISBN: 90 5809 527 4) A.A. Blakema Publ., Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

Eshel, G. and Banin, A. 2002. Feasibility study of long-term continuous field measurement of soil redox potential. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 33 (5 & 6), 695-710.

Han, F.X., Su, Y., Monts, D.L., Plodinec, M.J., Banin, A. and Triplett, G.B. 2003. Assessment of global industrial-age anthropogenic arsenic contamination. Naturwissenschaften 90, 395-401.

Han, F.X., Banin, A., Kingery, W.L., Triplett, G.B., Zhou, L.X., Zheng, S.J. and Ding, W.X. 2003. New approach to studies of heavy metal redistribution in soil. Adv. Environ. Res. 8, 113-120.

Lin, C., Greenwald, D. and Banin, A. 2003. Temperature dependence of infiltration rate during large scale water recharge into soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 67, 487-493.

Mancinelli, R.L. and Banin, A. 2003. Where is the nitrogen on Mars? Intern. J. Astrobiology. 2, 217-225.

Lin, C., Shachar, Y. and Banin, A. 2004. Heavy metal retention and partitioning in a large-scale soil-aquifer treatment (SAT) system used for wastewater reclamation. Chemosphere 57, 1047-1058.

Lin, C. and Banin, A. 2005. Effect of long-term effluent recharge on phosphate sorption by soils in a wastewater reclamation plant. Water Air Soil Pollut. 164, 257-273.

Banin, A. 2005. The enigma of the Martian soil. Science 309, 888-890. Enhanced online - awww.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/309/5736/888. (doi: 10.1126/science.1112794).

Lin, C., Eshel, G., Roehl, K.E., Negev, I., Greenwald, D., Shachar, Y. and Banin, A. 2006. Studies of P accumulation in soil/sediment profiles used for large-scale wastewater reclamation. Soil Use and Management. 22, 143-150. (doi:10.1111/j.1475-2743.2006.00025.x).

Lin, C. and Banin, A. 2006. Phosphorous retardation and breakthrough into well water in a soil-aquifer treatment (SAT) system used for large-scale wastewater reclamation. Water Res. 40, 1507-1518.

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