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AGU 2018



  1. Jones, G.D., and Winkel, L.H.E. 2017 Multi-scale Factors and Processes Controlling Selenium Distributions in Soils. Selenium in plants, Plant Ecophysiology 11, Springer International Publishing, 3-20. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-56249-0_1

  2. Chowdhury, M.T.A., Deacon, C.M., Jones, G.D., Huq, S.I., Williams, P.N., Hoque, A.M., Winkel, L.H., Price, A.H., Norton, G.J. and Meharg, A.A., 2017. “Arsenic in Bangladeshi soils related to physiographic region, paddy management, and mirco-and macro-elemental status”. Science of The Total Environment, 590, 406-415.

  3. Jones, G.D., Droz, B., Greve, P., Gottschalk, P., Poffet, D., McGrath, S.P., Seneviratne, S.I., Smith, P. Winkel, L.H.E. (2017) “Selenium deficiency risk predicted to increase under future climate change”. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114, 2848–2853, DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.6b03063:

  4. Blazina, T., Läderach, A., Jones, G.D., Sodemann, H. Wernli, H., Kirchner, J., Winkel, L.H.E. (2017) “Marine primary productivity as a potential source of selenium in rainfall”. Environmental Science and Technology, 51, 108–118. DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.6b03063

  5. Winkel, L.H.E., Vriens, B., Jones, G.D., Schneider, L.S., Pilon-Smits, E. Banuelos, G.S. (2015). “Selenium cycling across soil-plant-atmosphere interfaces: a critical review”. Nutrients, 7, 4199-4239.

  6. Jones, G.D., Benchetler, P., Tate, K.W., Kolodziej E.P. (2014) Trenbolone Acetate Metabolite Transport in Rangelands and Irrigated Pasture: Observations and Conceptual Approaches for Agro-Ecosystems. Environmental Science and Technology. 48 (21), 12569–12576.

  7. Jones, G.D., Benchetler, P., Tate, K.W., Kolodziej E.P. (2014) Surface and subsurface attenuation of trenbolone acetate metabolites and manure-derived constituents in irrigation runoff on agro-ecosystems. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts. 16 (11): 2507-2516.

  8. Jones, G.D., Benchetler, P.V., Tate, K.W., Kolodziej, E.P. (2014). Mass balance approaches to characterizing the leaching potential of trenbolone acetate metabolites in agro-ecosystems. Environmental Science and Technology, 8 (7), 3715–3723.

  9. Qu, S., Kolodziej, E.P., Whiteman, S., Gloer, J.B., Patterson, E.V., Baltrusaitis, J., Jones, G.D., Benchetler, P.V., Cole, E.A., Kimbrough, K.C., and Cwiertny, D.M. (2013). Product-to-parent reversion of trenbolone: unrecognized risks for endocrine disruption. Science, 342 (6156): 347-351.

  10. Jones, G.D. and Wadzuk, B.M. (2013). Predicting performance for constructed storm water wetlands. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 139(11), 1158–1164.

  11. Jones, G.D. and Frey, J.K. (2013). Mammals of Padre Island National Seashore, Texas. Museum of Texas Tech University, Special Publications, 61: 1-70.

  12. Kolodziej, E.P; Qu,S; Forsgren, K.L; Long, S.A.; Gloer, J.B.; Jones, G.D.; Schlenk, D.; Baltrusaitis, J.; and Cwiertny, D.M. (2013). Identification and Environmental Implications of Photo-Transformation Products of Trenbolone Acetate Metabolites.  Environmental Science and Technology, 47: 5031-5041.

  13. Jones, G.D. and Frey, J.K. (2008). First Record of Gray Fox (Urocyon cinereoargenteus) on Texas Barrier Islands.  Texas Journal of Science, 60: 225-226.