Andrew M. Graham
Andrew M. Graham
Associate Professor of Chemistry, Grinnell College
Verified email at grinnell.edu
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Mercury methylation by novel microorganisms from new environments
CC Gilmour, M Podar, AL Bullock, AM Graham, SD Brown, ...
Environmental science & technology 47 (20), 11810-11820, 2013
4892013
Dissolved organic matter enhances microbial mercury methylation under sulfidic conditions
AM Graham, GR Aiken, CC Gilmour
Environmental science & technology 46 (5), 2715-2723, 2012
2502012
Effect of dissolved organic matter source and character on microbial Hg methylation in Hg–S–DOM solutions
AM Graham, GR Aiken, CC Gilmour
Environmental science & technology 47 (11), 5746-5754, 2013
1082013
Detailed assessment of the kinetics of Hg-cell association, Hg methylation, and methylmercury degradation in several Desulfovibrio species
AM Graham, AL Bullock, AC Maizel, DA Elias, CC Gilmour
Applied and environmental microbiology 78 (20), 7337-7346, 2012
712012
Rates of hexavalent chromium reduction in anoxic estuarine sediments: pH effects and the role of acid volatile sulfides
AM Graham, EJ Bouwer
Environmental science & technology 44 (1), 136-142, 2010
492010
Chromium occurrence and speciation in Baltimore Harbor sediments and porewater, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
AM Graham, AR Wadhawan, EJ Bouwer
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 28 (3), 471-480, 2009
362009
Oxidative dissolution of pyrite surfaces by hexavalent chromium: surface site saturation and surface renewal
AM Graham, EJ Bouwer
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 83, 379-396, 2012
332012
Sulfurization of dissolved organic matter increases Hg–sulfide–dissolved organic matter bioavailability to a Hg-methylating bacterium
AM Graham, KT Cameron-Burr, HA Hajic, C Lee, D Msekela, CC Gilmour
Environmental science & technology 51 (16), 9080-9088, 2017
292017
Emerging investigator series: methylmercury speciation and dimethylmercury production in sulfidic solutions
CR Kanzler, P Lian, EL Trainer, X Yang, N Govind, JM Parks, AM Graham
Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts 20 (4), 584-594, 2018
102018
Vertical distribution of heavy metals in Springwood Lake sediments, Richmond, Indiana
A Graham, RL Parker
Geological Soc. of Am 35 (6), 144, 2003
32003
Dimethylmercury Degradation by Dissolved Sulfide and Mackinawite
J West, AM Graham, V Liem-Nguyen, S Jonsson
Environmental science & technology 54 (21), 13731-13738, 2020
12020
Dissolved Organic Matter Interactions with Mercury in the Florida Everglades
AM Graham
Mercury and the Everglades. A Synthesis and Model for Complex Ecosystem …, 2019
12019
Dimethylmercury demethylation in the presence of sulfide
J West, A Graham, L Nguyen, S Jonsson
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 17656, 2020
2020
Microtopographic control of groundwater geochemistry and Hg methylation in a river floodplain
A Wadle, A Graham
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 255, 2018
2018
Mercury methylation and bioaccumulation in an Iowa terrace-fen complex
K Smith, A Graham
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 255, 2018
2018
Spatiotemporal variability in MeHg production in a Restored Oak Savanna Floodplain
S Van Helten, A Graham
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 253, 2017
2017
Sulfide-induced abiotic methylmercury transformation
C Kanzler, A Graham
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 253, 2017
2017
Geochemical and hydrologic controls on mercury methylation within an upper-Midwestern terrace fen
S Lopez, A Graham
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 253, 2017
2017
Chromium fate and transport in estuarine sediments
E Bouwer, A Wadhawan, A Graham
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 252, 2016
2016
Inquiry-based learning in environmental chemistry throughout a liberal arts college chemistry curriculum
A Graham
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 252, 2016
2016
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