Peter H. Santschi
Peter H. Santschi
Professor of Marine Sciences and Oceanography
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Environmental behavior and ecotoxicity of engineered nanoparticles to algae, plants, and fungi
E Navarro, A Baun, R Behra, NB Hartmann, J Filser, AJ Miao, A Quigg, ...
Ecotoxicology 17 (5), 372-386, 2008
13182008
The oceanic gel phase: a bridge in the DOM–POM continuum
P Verdugo, AL Alldredge, F Azam, DL Kirchman, U Passow, PH Santschi
Marine Chemistry 92 (1-4), 67-85, 2004
5582004
Chemical processes at the sediment-water interface
P Santschi, P Höhener, G Benoit, M Buchholtz-ten Brink
Marine chemistry 30, 269-315, 1990
4581990
Metals in aquatic systems
BD Honeyman, PH Santschi
Environmental science & technology 22 (8), 862-871, 1988
4371988
A Brownian-pumping model for oceanic trace metal scavenging: evidence from Th isotopes
BD Honeyman, PH Santschi
Journal of Marine Research 47 (4), 951-992, 1989
4061989
A kinetic approach to describe trace-element distribution between particles and solution in natural aquatic systems
UP Nyffeler, YH Li, PH Santschi
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 48 (7), 1513-1522, 1984
4011984
The algal toxicity of silver engineered nanoparticles and detoxification by exopolymeric substances
AJ Miao, KA Schwehr, C Xu, SJ Zhang, Z Luo, A Quigg, PH Santschi
Environmental pollution 157 (11), 3034-3041, 2009
3462009
Partitioning of Cu, Pb, Ag, Zn, Fe, Al, and Mn between filter-retained particles, colloids, and solution in six Texas estuaries
G Benoit, SD Oktay-Marshall, A Cantu Ii, EM Hood, CH Coleman, ...
Marine Chemistry 45 (4), 307-336, 1994
3421994
Aquatic fulvic acids in algal‐rich Antarctic ponds
DM McKnight, ED Andrews, SA Spaulding, GR Aiken
Limnology and Oceanography 39 (8), 1972-1979, 1994
2851994
Estuarine trace metal distributions in Galveston Bay: importance of colloidal forms in the speciation of the dissolved phase
LS Wen, P Santschi, G Gill, C Paternostro
Marine Chemistry 63 (3-4), 185-212, 1999
2711999
The distribution of colloidal and dissolved organic carbon in the Gulf of Mexico
L Guo, CH Coleman Jr, PH Santschi
Marine Chemistry 45 (1-2), 105-119, 1994
2561994
Atmospheric depositional fluxes of 7Be and 210Pb at Galveston and College Station, Texas
M Baskaran, CH Coleman, PH Santschi
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 98 (D11), 20555-20571, 1993
2471993
Dynamics of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) in oceanic environments
L Guo, PH Santschi, KW Warnken
Limnology and Oceanography 40 (8), 1392-1403, 1995
2461995
Historical contamination of PAHs, PCBs, DDTs, and heavy metals in Mississippi river Delta, Galveston bay and Tampa bay sediment cores
PH Santschi, BJ Presley, TL Wade, B Garcia-Romero, M Baskaran
Marine Environmental Research 52 (1), 51-79, 2001
2382001
An assessment of particulate organic carbon to thorium-234 ratios in the ocean and their impact on the application of 234Th as a POC flux proxy
KO Buesseler, CR Benitez-Nelson, SB Moran, A Burd, M Charette, ...
Marine Chemistry 100 (3-4), 213-233, 2006
2272006
Importance of acid polysaccharides for 234Th complexation to marine organic matter
MS Quigley, PH Santschi, CC Hung, L Guo, BD Honeyman
Limnology and Oceanography 47 (2), 367-377, 2002
2132002
A critical evaluation of the cross-flow ultrafiltration technique for sampling colloidal organic carbon in seawater
L Guo, PH Santschi
Marine Chemistry 55 (1-2), 113-127, 1996
2041996
An intercomparison of cross-flow filtration techniques used for sampling marine colloids: overview and organic carbon results
KO Buesseler, JE Bauer, RF Chen, TI Eglinton, O Gustafsson, W Landing, ...
Marine Chemistry 55 (1-2), 1-31, 1996
1981996
The role of particles and colloids in the transport of radionuclides in coastal environments of Texas
M Baskaran, PH Santschi
Marine Chemistry 43 (1-4), 95-114, 1993
1971993
Isotopic evidence for the contemporary origin of high-molecular weight organic matter in oceanic environments
PH Santschi, L Guo, M Baskaran, S Trumbore, J Southon, TS Bianchi, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 59 (3), 625-631, 1995
1951995
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