|An inter-laboratory trial of the unified BARGE bioaccessibility method for arsenic, cadmium and lead in soil|
J Wragg, M Cave, N Basta, E Brandon, S Casteel, S Denys, C Gron, ...
Science of the Total Environment 409 (19), 4016-4030, 2011
|In vivo validation of the unified BARGE method to assess the bioaccessibility of arsenic, antimony, cadmium, and lead in soils|
S Denys, J Caboche, K Tack, G Rychen, J Wragg, M Cave, C Jondreville, ...
Environmental science & technology 46 (11), 6252-6260, 2012
|Comparison of five in vitro digestion models to in vivo experimental results: lead bioaccessibility in the human gastrointestinal tract|
TR Van de Wiele, AG Oomen, J Wragg, M Cave, M Minekus, A Hack, ...
Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A 42 (9), 1203-1211, 2007
|In-vitro methods for the measurement of the oral bioaccessibility of selected metals and metalloids in soils: a critical review|
J Wragg, MR Cave
Environment Agency, 2003
|Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) in urban soils of Greater London, UK|
CH Vane, AW Kim, DJ Beriro, MR Cave, K Knights, V Moss-Hayes, ...
Applied Geochemistry 51, 303-314, 2014
|A study of pneumatic nebulisation systems for inductively coupled plasma emission spectrometry|
L Ebdon, MR Cave
Analyst 107 (1271), 172-178, 1982
|Determination of the bioaccessibility of chromium in Glasgow soil and the implications for human health risk assessment|
A Broadway, MR Cave, J Wragg, FM Fordyce, RJF Bewley, MC Graham, ...
Science of the Total Environment 409 (2), 267-277, 2010
|Determination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in urban street dust: implications for human health|
D Lorenzi, JA Entwistle, M Cave, JR Dean
Chemosphere 83 (7), 970-977, 2011
|Methodology for the determination of normal background concentrations of contaminants in English soil|
EL Ander, CC Johnson, MR Cave, B Palumbo-Roe, CP Nathanail, ...
Science of the Total Environment 454, 604-618, 2013
|Microprobe techniques in the earth sciences|
PJ Potts, JF Bowles, SJ Reed, R Cave
Springer Science & Business Media, 1995
|A lead isotopic study of the human bioaccessibility of lead in urban soils from Glasgow, Scotland|
JG Farmer, A Broadway, MR Cave, J Wragg, FM Fordyce, MC Graham, ...
Science of the total environment 409 (23), 4958-4965, 2011
|The advanced soil geochemical atlas of England and Wales|
BG Rawlins, SP McGrath, AJ Scheib, N Breward, M Cave, TR Lister, ...
British Geological Survey, 2012
|Measurement of the bioaccessibility of arsenic in UK soils|
MR Cave, J Wragg, B Palumbo, BA Klinck
Environment Agency, 2003
|Simplex optimisation of inductively coupled plasmas|
L Ebdon, MR Cave, DJ Mowthorpe
Analytica Chimica Acta 115, 179-187, 1980
|A natural analogue of high pH cement pore waters from the Maqarin area of northern Jordan. I: introduction to the site|
HN Khoury, E Salameh, ID Clark, P Fritz, W Bajjali, AE Milodowski, ...
Journal of Geochemical Exploration 46 (1), 117-132, 1992
|A study of the relationship between arsenic bioaccessibility and its solid-phase distribution in soils from Wellingborough, UK|
J Wragg, M Cave, P Nathanail
Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A 42 (9), 1303-1315, 2007
|Atomic spectrometry update. Environmental analysis|
MR Cave, O Butler, SRN Chenery, JM Cook, MS Cresser, DL Miles
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry 16 (2), 194-235, 2001
|Bioaccessibility of arsenic in soils developed over Jurassic ironstones in eastern England|
B Palumbo-Roe, MR Cave, BA Klinck, J Wragg, H Taylor, KE O’Donnell, ...
Environmental Geochemistry and Health 27 (2), 121-130, 2005
|Comparison of batch mode and dynamic physiologically based bioaccessibility tests for PAHs in soil samples|
MR Cave, J Wragg, I Harrison, CH Vane, TV Wiele, ED Groeve, ...
Environmental science & technology 44 (7), 2654-2660, 2010
|Evaluation of a method for identification of host physico-chemical phases for trace metals and measurement of their solid-phase partitioning in soil samples by nitric acid …|
MR Cave, AE Milodowski, EN Friel
Geochemistry: Exploration, environment, analysis 4 (1), 71-86, 2004