Gerard Cornelissen
Gerard Cornelissen
i) Norwegian Geotechnical Institute; ii) University of Life Sciences; iii) Stockholm University
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Extensive sorption of organic compounds to black carbon, coal, and kerogen in sediments and soils: mechanisms and consequences for distribution, bioaccumulation, and biodegradation
G Cornelissen, Ö Gustafsson, TD Bucheli, MTO Jonker, AA Koelmans, ...
Environmental science & technology 39 (18), 6881-6895, 2005
Black carbon: the reverse of its dark side
AA Koelmans, MTO Jonker, G Cornelissen, TD Bucheli, PCM Van Noort, ...
Chemosphere 63 (3), 365-377, 2006
Rapidly desorbing fractions of PAHs in contaminated sediments as a predictor of the extent of bioremediation
G Cornelissen, H Rigterink, MMA Ferdinandy, PCM van Noort
Environmental Science & Technology 32 (7), 966-970, 1998
Comparison of quantification methods to measure fire‐derived (black/elemental) carbon in soils and sediments using reference materials from soil, water, sediment and the atmosphere
K Hammes, MWI Schmidt, RJ Smernik, LA Currie, WP Ball, TH Nguyen, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 21 (3), 2007
Quantifying the total and bioavailable polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and dioxins in biochars
SE Hale, J Lehmann, D Rutherford, AR Zimmerman, RT Bachmann, ...
Environmental science & technology 46 (5), 2830-2838, 2012
Desorption kinetics of chlorobenzenes, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, and polychlorinated biphenyls: sediment extraction with Tenax® and effects of contact time and solute …
G Cornelissen, PCM van Noort, HAJ Govers
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 16 (7 …, 1997
In-situ sorbent amendments: a new direction in contaminated sediment management
U Ghosh, RG Luthy, G Cornelissen, D Werner, CA Menzie
Environmental Science & Technology 45 (4), 1163-1168, 2011
Temperature dependence of slow adsorption and desorption kinetics of organic compounds in sediments
G Cornelissen, PCM van Noort, JR Parsons, HAJ Govers
Environmental science & technology 31 (2), 454-460, 1997
Sorption of phenanthrene to environmental black carbon in sediment with and without organic matter and native sorbates
G Cornelissen, Ö Gustafsson
Environmental science & technology 38 (1), 148-155, 2004
The sorption and desorption of phosphate-P, ammonium-N and nitrate-N in cacao shell and corn cob biochars
SE Hale, V Alling, V Martinsen, J Mulder, GD Breedveld, G Cornelissen
Chemosphere 91 (11), 1612-1619, 2013
Effects of chemical, biological, and physical aging as well as soil addition on the sorption of pyrene to activated carbon and biochar
SE Hale, K Hanley, J Lehmann, AR Zimmerman, G Cornelissen
Environmental Science & Technology 45 (24), 10445-10453, 2011
A simple Tenax® extraction method to determine the availability of sediment‐sorbed organic compounds
G Cornelissen, H Rigterink, DEM ten Hulscher, BA Vrind, PCM van Noort
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 20 (4), 706-711, 2001
The power of size. 1. Rate constants and equilibrium ratios for accumulation of organic substances related to octanol‐water partition ratio and species weight
AJ Hendriks, A van der Linde, G Cornelissen, DTHM Sijm
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 20 (7 …, 2001
In situ effects of biochar on aggregation, water retention and porosity in light-textured tropical soils
A Obia, J Mulder, V Martinsen, G Cornelissen, T Børresen
Soil and Tillage Research 155, 35-44, 2016
Effect of temperature on sorption equilibrium and sorption kinetics of organic micropollutants-a review
TEM Ten Hulscher, G Cornelissen
Chemosphere 32 (4), 609-626, 1996
Biochar effect on maize yield and soil characteristics in five conservation farming sites in Zambia
G Cornelissen, V Martinsen, V Shitumbanuma, V Alling, GD Breedveld, ...
Agronomy 3 (2), 256-274, 2013
The way forward in biochar research: targeting trade‐offs between the potential wins
S Jeffery, TM Bezemer, G Cornelissen, TW Kuyper, J Lehmann, ...
Gcb Bioenergy 7 (1), 1-13, 2015
Mechanism of slow desorption of organic compounds from sediments: a study using model sorbents
G Cornelissen, PCM van Noort, HAJ Govers
Environmental science & technology 32 (20), 3124-3131, 1998
Sorption of native polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) to black carbon and amended activated carbon in soil
RC Brändli, T Hartnik, T Henriksen, G Cornelissen
Chemosphere 73 (11), 1805-1810, 2008
Activated carbon and biochar amendments decrease pore-water concentrations of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in sewage sludge
P Oleszczuk, SE Hale, J Lehmann, G Cornelissen
Bioresource technology 111, 84-91, 2012
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