Xu, Jianming

Functions of Natural Organic Matter in Changing Environment

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Part I. Formation, Structure and Characteristics of HS and NOM

1. Revisiting Structural Insights Provided by Analytical Pyrolysis About Humic Substances and Related Bio- and Geo-Polymers
J. A. González-Pérez, F. J. González-Vila, G. Almendros, H. Knicker, J. M. Rosa, Z. Hernández

2. The Role of Mineral Complexation and Metal Redox Coupling in Carbon Cycling and Stabilization
Donald L. Sparks, Chunmei Chen

3. Elucidating the Biogeochemical Memory of the Oceans by Means of High-Resolution Organic Structural Spectroscopy
N. Hertkorn, M. Harir, B. P. Koch, B. Michalke, Ph. Schmitt-Kopplin

4. Correlating Bulk Optical Spectroscopy and Ultrahigh-Resolution Mass Spectrometry to Determine the Molecular Composition of Dissolved Organic Matter in Northern Peatlands
William T. Cooper, Malak M. Tfaily, Jane E. Corbet, Jeffrey P. Chanton

5. Effects of Synthetic Quinones as Electron Shuttles on Geothite Reduction and Current Generation by Klebsiella pneumoniae L17
Xiaomin Li, Liang Liu, Tongxu Liu, Tian Yuan, Wei Zhang, Fangbai Li, Shungui Zhou, Yongtao Li

6. Dynamics of Newly Formed Humic Acid and Fulvic Acid in Aggregates After Addition of the 14C-Labelled Wheat Straw in a Typic Hapludoll of Northeast China
Sen Dou, Song Guan, Guang Chen, Gang Wang

7. FTIR Analysis of Soil Organic Matter to Link the Turnover of Organic Inputs with Carbon Respiration Rates
M. C. Hernandez-Soriano, B. Kerre, B. Horemans, E. Smolders

8. Characterization of Soil Humic Substances Using Mid-infrared Photoacoustic Spectroscopy
Changwen Du, Zhongqi He, Jianmin Zhou

9. Splitting of Soil Humic Acid Fluorescence on Different Fluorophores
Oleg Trubetskoj, Lubov Shaloiko, Dmitrii Demin, Victor Marchenkov, Olga Trubetskaya

10. Lumping or Splitting: Holistic or Fractionation Approaches to Studies of Humic Substances
Michael H. B. Hayes, Roger S. Swift

11. The Fate of Mineral Particles in Bulk Peat and Corresponding Humic Acids Throughout an Ombrotrophic Bog Profile: Atmospheric Dust Depositions vs Mineralization Processes
C. Zaccone, S. Pabst, T. M. Miano, W. Shotyk

12. HS-Protein Associates in the Aqueous/Oil System: Composition and Colloidal Properties
M. G. Chernysheva, G. A. Badun

13. Integrated Physical-Chemical Procedure for Soil Organic Carbon Fractionation and Characterization During Transition to Organic Farming
H. M. Abdelrahman, D. C. Olk, C. Cocozza, D. Ventrella, F. Montemurro, T. Miano

14. Sulfur-Containing Molecules Observed in Hydrophobic and Amphiphilic Fractions of Dissolved Organic Matter by Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry
Guixue Song, Rajaa Mesfiou, Aaron Dotson, Paul Westerhoff, Patrick Hatcher

15. Standard and Reference Samples of Humic Acids, Fulvic Acids, and Natural Organic Matter from the Suwannee River, Georgia: Thirty Years of Isolation and Characterization
E. Michael Perdue

16. Molecular Understanding of a Humic Acid by “Humeomic” Fractionation and Benefits from Preliminary HPSEC Separation
Antonio Nebbioso, Alessandro Piccolo

17. Microbiological Oil Transformation to Humic-Like Substances
E. A. Vialih, S. A. Ilarionov

18. Genesis of Peat Humic Acid Structure and Properties Within Bog Profiles
Maris Klavins, Oskars Purmalis

19. Influence of Biota on Low Molecular Weight Organic Acids in Soil Solutions of Taiga and Tundra Soils in the East-European Russia
E. V. Shamrikova, I. V. Gruzdev, V. V. Punegov, E. V. Vanchikova

20. The Complementary Use of UV, EPR and SEC to Study the Structural Changes of Humic Substances During Wood Waste Composting
O. Bikovens, V. Lepane, N. Makarõtševa, T. Dizhbite, G. Telysheva

21. Influence of Vegetation Dynamics on Humic Substance Composition in Maritime Burozems of Primorsky Krai (Russia)
B. F. Pshenichnikov, N. F. Pshenichnikova

22. Residue-Derived Amino Sugar Formation and Its Carbon Use Efficiency
Zhen Bai, Samuel Bodé, Pascal Boeckx, Xudong Zhang

23. Studies of Humic Substances from Sediments in Galway Bay, Ireland
R. Mylotte, C. M. P. Byrne, R. R. Chang, C. Dalton, M. H. B Hayes

24. Separation of Humic Acid Constituents by Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis in the Presence of Concentrated Urea Using a Preparative Electrophoresis System
S. Karim, M. Aoyama

25. A Comparison of the Compositional Differences Between Humic Fractions Isolated by the IHSS and Exhaustive Extraction Procedures
R. R. Chang, R. Mylotte, R. Mclnerney, Y. M. Tzou, M. H. B. Hayes

26. Studies on Dynamic Change of Humic Acid in Chicken Manure Composting
Yujun Wang, Sen Dou, Jinjing Zhang

27. Optical Properties and Asymmetric Flow Field-Flow Fractionation of Dissolved Organic Matter from the Arcachon Bay (French Atlantic Coast)
Phuong Thanh Nguyen, Marie-Ange Cordier, Fabienne Ibalot, Edith Parlanti

28. Hydrocolloids Prepared from Humic-Rich Lignite
Miloslav Pekař, Mirka Macháčková

29. Methodical Basis of Analysis for Various Genesis of Humic Acids
V. D. Tikhova, V. P. Fadeeva

30. Adsorption of Extracellular Polymeric Substances (EPS) from Pseudomonas putida on Various Soil Particles from an Alfisol
Y. Cao, Q. Huang, P. Cai

31. Adsorption of HA Fractions with Different Molecular Weight on Magnetic Polyacrylic Anion Exchange Res
Chendong Shuang, Fei Pan, Qing Zhou, Mancheng Zhang, Aimin Li, Penghui Li

32. An Innovative In Situ Spectroscopic Approach to Characterize Functional Groups in Natural Organic Matters (NOMs) and Their Interactions with Protons and Metals
Yuan Gao, Gregory V. Korshin

33. Characterization and Three-Dimensional Structural Modeling of Humic Acid Using Molecular Dynamics
Nan Zhao, Yintian Zheng, Yizhong Lv

34. Relationships Between Polarity, Aliphaticity/Aromaticity, Fluorescence, and Molecular Size of Soil HA Electrophoretic Fractions
Olga Trubetskaya, Claire Richard, Guillaume Voyard, Oleg Trubetskoj

35. Molecular Size Distribution and Shape of Humic Substance and Ferrihydrite Coprecipitated Complexes
Claudio Colombo, Giuseppe Palumbo, Ruggero Angelico, Andrea Ceglie, Jizheng He

36. Properties of Soil Organic Matter in Abounded Pastureland: A Case Study from the Jaworzynka Valley in the Tatra Mountains, Poland
Katarzyna Wasak, Marek Drewnik

37. Spectroscopic Characterization of Humic Substances Isolated from Sediment of an Area of Sugarcane Cultivation
G. Pantano, A. Santos, M. C. Bisinoti, A. B. Moreira

38. Amino Acid Composition Analysis of Humic Acids Isolated by Sequential Alkaline Extraction from Soil
E. A. Vialykh, S. A. Ilarionov, A. V. Zhdanova

39. Study of the Optical Properties of Dissolved Organic Matter in the Seine River Catchment (France)
Phuong Thanh Nguyen, Camille Lopez, Caroline Bonnot, Gilles Varrault, Marc Benedetti, Marie-Ange Cordier, Alexande Gelabert, Laure Cordier, Mickaël Tharaud, Edith Parlanti

40. Assessment of the Possibility of Humic Acid Extraction from Vermicompost with Urea
A. Hemati, H. A. Alikhani, G. Bagheri Marandi, L. Mohammadi

41. The Most Appropriate Way to Increase the Quality Indices of the Humic Acid Extracted from Vermicompost
H. A. Alikhani, A. Hemati

42. Quantitation of Interactions of Suwannee River Fulvic Acid with Protons Based on Numerical Deconvolution of Differential Absorbance and Fluorescence Spectra
Mingquan Yan, Gregory V. Korshin

43. Characterization of Chinese Standard Fulvic Acid Fractions Obtained by Sequential Extractions with Pyrophosphate Buffer from Forest Soil
Yingchen Bai, Fengchang Wu, Guolan Shi

44. Humification of Pig Slurry in Presence of Sawdust
Deborah P. Dick, Marlon H. Arenhardt, Celso Aita

45. Computational Screening of Environmental Proxies in Spectrometric Patterns from Humic Acids
G. Almendros, Z. Hernández, J. Sanz, F. J. González-Vila, H. Knicker, J. A. González-Pérez

46. Assessment of Agricultural Practices on Volcanic Ash Soils Assisted by Automated Interpretation of Mid-Infrared Spectra and Partial Least Squares Multivariate Statistical Approach
Z. Hernández, G. Almendros, J. Sanz, J. P. Pérez-Trujillo, J. A. González-Pérez, F. J. González-Vila

47. Humic Substances of Spodic Horizons in the Coastal Plain of São Paulo State
J. M. Lopes, P. Vidal-Torrado, P. Buurman, P. B. Camargo

48. Distribution of Humus Substances Between Clay Particles of Different Peptization Level in the Meadow Soils of the Middle Priamurje, Russia
L. A. Matiushkina

49. Study of Humification of Soil Organic Matter in a Lowland Area
F. M. M. Luz, S. C. Saab, L. M. Santos, J. A. B. Santos, M. L. Simões, A. M. Brinatti

50. Study of Humification Dynamics of Organic Residues on Vermicomposting Process
L. B. F. Pigatin, A. Santos, F. Benetti, R. S. Ferrer, M. D. Landgraf, M. O. O. Rezende

51. Properties of Humic Acids as a Parameter Characteristics for Lake Bottom Sediments
J. Cieslewicz, S. S. Gonet

52. Molecular Composition Study of Mumijo from Different Geographic Areas Using Size-Exclusion Chromatography, NMR Spectroscopy, and High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry
A. I. Konstantinov, G. N. Vladimirov, A. S. Grigoryev, A. V. Kudryavtsev, I. V. Perminova, E. N. Nikolaev

53. Morphology and Hydrophobicity of Humic Coatings on Glass as Studied by Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) and Contact Angle Measurements
A. B. Volikov, V. A. Lebedev, E. V. Lazareva, A. M. Parfenova, S. A. Ponomarenko, I. V. Perminova

54. Soil Oxidizable Organic Carbon Fractions Under Organic Management with Industrial Residue of Roasted Mate Tea
F. B. Pereira, R. C. Santos, K. C. Lombardi, A. N. Dias, C. M. B. F. Maia

55. Application of Thermal Analysis and Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry to Determine the Stability and Function of Soil Organic Matter in Forest Systems
Garrett C. Liles, William R. Horwath

56. Changes in Selected Hydrophobic Components During Composting of Municipal Solid Waste
Jakub Bekier, Jerzy Drozd, Jerzy Weber, Bogdan Jarosz, Elżbieta Jamroz

57. The Release of Dissolved Organic Carbon in Paddy Soils Under Contrasting Redox Status
Jiajiang Lin, Yan He, Jiachun Shi, Xingmei Liu, Jianming Xu

58. Content of Organic Carbon and Nitrogen as Well as Root Mass in Meadow Soils Under a Combined Slope and Flood Irrigation System
A. Dziamski, M. Banach-szott, M. Drag, Z. Stypcyñska

59. A Novel Polymer Blend Based on Sodium Humate/PVP/PEG
Ahmet Tutar, Mümin Dizman

60. Temperature Dependence of the Reaction Between the Hydroxyl Radical and Organic Matter
G. McKay, M. M. Dong, J. Kleinman, S. P. Mezyk, F. L. Rosario-Ortiz

61. Aggregation Kinetics of Humic Acid: Effects of Ca2+ Concentration
N. S. Kloster, M. Brigante, G. Zanini, M. J. Avena

62. Surface Activity of Humic Substances Within Peat Profile
Oskars Purmalis, Maris Klavins

Part II. HS/NOM and Carbon Sequestration

63. Sequestration and Loss of Organic Carbon in Inland Waters: From Microscale to Global Scale
Lars J. Tranvik, Cristian Gudasz, Birgit Koehler, Dolly Kothawala

64. Carbon Sequestration in Subtropical Oxisol Profiles: Retention Capacity and Effect of Soil Management
Deborah P. Dick, Cecília S. Reis, Cimélio Bayer, Jennifer S. Caldas

65. Electron Transfer Capacity as a Rapid Index for Soil Organic Carbon Stability
Ran Bi, Yong Yuan, Li Zhuang, Shungui Zhou

66. Carbon Sequestration Rates in Organic Layers of Soils Under the Grey Poplar (Populus x canescens) Stands Impacted by Heavy Metal Pollution
Agnieszka Medyńska-Juraszek, Leszek Kuchar

67. CO2 Sequestration by Humic Substances and the Contribution of Quinones and Quinone Imines: Consideration on the Molecular Scale
F. Liebner, M. Wieland, T. Hosoya, G. Pour, A. Potthast, T. Rosenau

68. Carbon Sequestration in Organic Farming
Raymond Liu, Jianming M. Xu, C. Edward Clapp

69. Field Temperature Dominantly Affected Soil Organic Carbon Stability Along an Altitudinal Gradient in Changbai Mountain, Northeast China
Q. X. Tian, H. B. He, X. D. Zhang

70. Organic Carbon and Humic Substances Fractions in Soil Aggregates
S. S. Gonet, H. Czachor, M. Markiewicz

71. Structural Features of Humic Substances as Biogeochemical Proxies for Soil Carbon Stabilization and Ecosystem Functions
F. J. González-Vila, G. Almendros, J. A. González-Pérez, Z. Hernández, H Knicker, A Piedra-Buena, J M Rosa

72. Contribution of High Accumulated Polyphenols to C Stabilization in Soil of Tea Gardens
M. Zhang, D. M. Fan, Q. Zhu, Y. P. Luo, X. C. Wang

73. Influence of Soil Use on Organic Carbon and Humic Substances of an Oxisol in Tropical Systems
N. V. Llerme, E. C. José, S. G. P. Junior

74. Soil Organic Carbon Sequestration Under Long-Term Manure and Straw Fertilization in North and Northeast China by RothC Model Simulation
Minggang G. Xu, Jinzhou Z. Wang, Chang’ai A. Lu

75. The Carbon Sequestration in Moso Bamboo Plantation and Its Spatial Variation in Anji County of Southeastern China
Keli L. Zhao, Weijun J. Fu, Peikun K. Jiang, Guomo M. Zhou

76. Using ArcGIS and Geostatistics to Study Spatial Pattern of Forest Litter Carbon Density in Zhejiang Province, China
Weijun Fu, Keli Zhao, Peikun Jiang, Guomo Zhou

77. Wildfire-Induced Changes in the Quantity and Quality of Humic Material Associated to the Mineral Phase
M. Lopéz Martín, M. Velasco-Molina, F. J. González-Vila, H. Knicker

78. The Potential of Humic Material in Sombric-Like Horizons of Two Brazilian Soil Profiles as an Efficient Carbon Sink within the Global C Cycle
M. Velasco-Molina, H. Knicker, F. Macías

Part III. HS/NOM and Biogeochemical Cycling of Nutrients

79. Field Assessment of Humic Substance Effect on Phosphate Rock Solubilization
O. O. Adesanwo, M. T. Adetunji, S. Diatta

80. Effect of Calcium Boro-Humate Application on the Yield Performance of Cotton
K. Dhanasekaran, R. Priyarani

81. Changes in the Composition of Soil Dissolved Organic Matter After Application of Poultry Manure
D. Pezzolla, S. Gizzi, C. Zadra, A. Agnelli, L. Roscini, G. Gigliotti

82. Long-Term Fertilization Effects on β-Glucosaminidase Activity in a Chinese Mollisol
Wei Zhang, Xudong Zhang, Hongbo He

83. Stoichiometric Effect of Labile C and N on the Transformation Dynamics of Soil Amino Acids
Xudong Zhang, Hongbo He, Wei Zhang

84. Nitrogen Release from Natural and Aminoorganosilane-Modified Humic Substances
N. A. Kulikova, O. I. Philippova, Ya. S. Bychkova, A. B. Volikov, I. V. Perminova

85. Alkalinity Generation by Agricultural Residues Under Field Conditions
C. R. Butterly, J. A. Baldock, C. Tang

86. Leaching of Dissolved Organic Carbon (DOC) as Affected by Plant Residue Composition and Soil pH
Kongcao Xiao, Jian Zhou, Xingmei Liu, Jianjun Wu, Jianming Xu

87. Abundant and Stable Char Residues in Soils: Implications for Soil Fertility and Carbon Sequestration
J. D. Mao, R. L. Johnson, J. Lehmann, D. C. Olk, E. G. Neves, M. L. Thompson, K. Schmidt-Rohr

88. Importance of Harvesting Time of Winter Cover Crop Rye as Green Manure on Controlling CH4 Production in Paddy Soil Condition
Sang Yoon Kim, Hyo Suk Gwon, Yong Gwon Park, Hyun Young Hwang, Pil Joo Kim

89. Characterization of Humic Fractions in Leachates from Soil Under Organic and Conventional Management and Their Interactions with the Root Zone
T. Vujinovic, M. Contin, S. Cesco, R. Pinton, N. Tomasi, P. Ceccon, M. Nobili

Part IV. HS/NOM and the Environmental Processes of Toxic Elements and Anthropogenic Organics

90. Effect of Carbonaceous Soil Amendments on Potential Mobility of Weak Acid Herbicides in Soil
William C. Koskinen, Alegria Cabrera, Kurt A. Spokas, Lucia Cox, Jennifer L. Rittenhouse, Pamela J. Rice

91. Role of Natural Organic Matter as Sorption Suppressant in Soil
Joseph J. Pignatello

92. Comparison of Thermal and Chemical Stability of Cu-Humic Complexes
Martina Klučáková, Kristýna Nováčková

93. Correlation Between Humic-Like Substances and Heavy Metals in Composts
M. Elisabete F. Silva, L. Teixeira Lemos, O. C. Nunes, A. C. Cunha-Queda

94. Influence of Organic Matter from Urban Effluents on Trace Metal Speciation and Bioavailability in River Under Strong Urban Pressure
Z. Matar, G. Chebbo, M. Troupel, L. Boudhamane, E. Parlanti, E. Uher, C. Gourlay, G. Varrault

95. Mechanisms of Detoxification by Humic Substances
N. S. Kudryasheva, A. S. Tarasova, E. S. Fedorova

96. Sorption of Pentachlorophenol to Organo-Clay Complexes Prepared by Polycondensation Reactions of Humic Precursors
Masami Fukushima, Ryo Okabe, Ryo Nishimoto, Shigeki Fukuchi, Tsutomu Sato, Motoki Terashima

97. The Influence of Aquatic Humic Substances from an Area of Sugarcane and Orange on the Dynamics of Chromium Ions in the Environment
A. M. Tadini, A. B. Moreira, M. C. Bisinoti

98. Mechanisms of Co-catalytic Action of Humic-Like Additives on Pentachlorophenol Oxidation by a Fe-Porphyrin Catalyst
M. Louloudi, M. Papastergiou, S. P. Perlepes

99. Effect of Humification and Temporal Alterations of Organogenic Waste (Sewage Sludge) Properties on Its Sorption Capacity for Metals
Irena Twardowska, Ewa Miszczak, Sebastian Stefaniak, Philippe Schmitt-Kopplin, Mourad Harir

100. Does the Compositional Change of Soil Organic Matter in Rhizosphere and Bulk Soil of Tea Plant Induced by Tea Polyphenols Have Some Correlation with Pb Bioavailability?
Dechao Duan, Mingge Yu, Yingxu Chen, Luying Dai, Dongyan Long, Chen Xu

101. Reaction Rates in Enzymatic Assay System in Solutions of Metal Salts and Humic Substances
Anna S. Tarasova, Nadezhda S. Kudryasheva

102. Humic Acid-Bound Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Rhizosphere of Rice (Oryza sativa L.)
Bin Ma, Jianming Xu

103. Study on Mobility of Methylene Blue in the Presence of Humic Acids
Petr Sedláček, Jiří Smilek, Martina Klučáková

104. Influence of Reactivity of Humic Acids on Transport Behaviour of Copper(II) Ions
Michal Kalina, Martina Klučáková, Petr Sedláček

105. Dissolved Organic Matter-Ofloxacin Interaction as Affected by Metal Ions
Chi Wang, Mengyi Qiu, Bo Pan, Baoshan Xing

106. Arsenic Sorption onto Peat and Iron Humates
Linda Ansone, Linda Eglite, Maris Klavins

107. Catalytic Decomposition of Pentachlorophenol by the Iron Fenton System: The Dual Role of Humic Acid
Y. Deligiannakis, Dimitra Hela

108. Effects of Dissolved Organic Matter on Pentachlorophenol Reductive Transformation in Paddy Soils
Liang Tao, Mangjia Chen, Zhenke Zhu, Fangbai Li

109. Phytoremediation of the Endocrine Disruptors Bisphenol A, Linuron and 17α-ethinylestradiol in NOM-Enriched Water and Freshwaters
C. E. Gattullo, B. B. Cunha, E. Loffredo, A. H. Rosa, N. Senesi

110. The Relationship Between the Activity of Dehydrogenases and the Content of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Urban Soils
E. J. Bielińska

111. Influences of a Humic Acid on Potassium Monopersulfate Oxidation of 2,4,6-Tribromophenol by a SiO2-Supported Iron(III)-Porphyrin Catalyst
Qianqian Zhu, Yusuke Mizutani, Shouhei Maeno, Masami Fukushima

112. Mitigation of Peroxidative Stress for a Barley Exposed to Cadmium in the Presence of Water-Extractable Organic Matter from Compost-Like Materials
Naoya Tachibana, Kenya Nagasawa, Masami Fukushima, Hikari Kanno, Takuro Shinano, Keiki Okazaki

113. The Role of Sediment Humic Substances in Cu and Cr Concentrations in the Pore Water of a Typical Area of Cultivation of Sugar Cane in São Paulo, Brazil
G. Pantano, M. B. Campanha, A. B. Moreira, M. C. Bisinoti

114. Effect of Humic and Fulvic Acids on the Photocatalytic Degradation of N, N-diethyl-m-toluamide (DEET) Using TiO2 Suspensions and Simulated Solar Light
I. K. Konstantinou, Y. Deligiannakis

115. Accumulation and Transformation of PCBs in Ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum L.)
Na Ding, Jianming Xu, Paul Schwab

116. Humic Substances as a Reductant for Hydrophobic Organic Compounds
Tahir Hayat, Wen Xia, Yan He, Haizhen Wang, Jianjun Wu, Jianming Xu

117. Differentiation of Organic Matter and Major Geochemical Flows in the Amur Basin Landscapes
A. F. Makhinova, A. N. Makhinov

118. The Impact of Different Root Exudate Components on Phenanthrene Availability in Soil
Bingqing Sun, Yanzheng Gao

119. Influence of the Incorporation of Organic Matter in the Retention of Pb, Cr, and Cu Cations in Soil
L. A. Mendes, L. F. P. Bucater, M. M. Kanashiro, M. D. Landgraf, M. O. O. Rezende

120. Cadmium Adsorption by a Humic Acid
Sara Mola Ali Abasiyan, Hassan Tofighi

121. Does the Distribution of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Soil Particle-Size Separates Affect Their Dissipation During Phytoremediation of Contaminated Soils?
Jinzhi Ni, Jiwang Lin, Ran Wei, Hongyu Yang, Yusheng Yang

122. Effects of Cation Saturation, Substrate Addition, and Aging on the Mineralization and Formation of Non-extractable Residues of Nonylphenol and Phenanthrene in a Sandy Soil
Anastasia Shchegolikhina, Bernd Marschner

123. Influence of Tea Polyphenols Amendment to Contaminated Soil on Lead Speciation, Transformation, and Bioavailability
Mingge Yu, Hong Xiao, Dechao Duan, Jie Yu, Yingxu Chen, Jie Xu

124. A Novel Fluorescence Spectroscopy Approach to Characterization of Interaction Between Humic Substances and Pyrene: Determination of Environmental Polarity
E. A. Shirshin, G. S. Budylin, N. Yu. Grechischeva, V. V. Fadeev, I. V. Perminova

125. Link Between Acetate Extractable Fe(II) Accumulation and Pentachlorophenol Dissipation in Flooded Paddy Soils with Vicia cracca L. Addition
Yong Liu, Xiongsheng Yu, Fangbai Li, Jianming Xu

126. Determination and Characterization on the Capacity of Humic Acid for the Reduction of Divalent Mercury
Tao Jiang, Shiqiang Wei, Xuemei Li, Song Lu, Meijie Li

127. Dynamics of Dissolved Organic Carbon in Rhizosphere of Different Rice (Oryza sativa L.) Cultivars Induced by PAHs Stress
Wen Xia, Yan He, F. Z. Xu, Jianming Xu

128. Effects of DOM on Sorption of Polar Compounds to Soils: Sulfapyridine as a Case Study
Hai Haham, Adi Oren, Benny Chefetz

129. Determination of Mercury Methylation Potential in the Presence of Peat Organic Matter
Marques Gomes Vinicius, dos Santos Ademir, César Rocha Júlio, Moutinho Silva Ricardo, Fabrício Zara Luis, Camargo Oliveira Luciana

130. Effect of Composting Process of Pig Manure on Phytotoxicity
Jun Meng, Xingmei Liu, Jiachun Shi, Jianjun Wu, Jianming M. Xu

131. Transformation of Metal Fractions in the Rhizosphere of Elsholtzia splendens in Mining and Smelter-Contaminated Soils: Contribution of Fulvic-Metal Complex
Jianjun Yang, Jin Liu, Shenhai Zhu, Cheng Peng, Lijuan Sun, Jiyan Shi, Yingxu Chen

Part V. HS/NOM, Naturally Occurring and Engineered Nanoparticles

132. Environmental Processes and Biotoxicity of Engineered Nanoparticles
Baoshan S. Xing

133. Humic Substances-Assisted Synthesis of Nanoparticles in the Nature and in the Lab
I. V. Perminova

134. Adsorption of Sulfamethoxazole on DOM-Suspended Carbon Nanotubes
Di Zhang, Bo Pan, Hao Li, Baoshan Xing

135. Genotoxicity Study of Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes in the Presence of Humic Acids
M. S. Vidali, D. Vlastos, E. Bletsa, Y. Deligiannakis

136. Effect of Humic Acids on the Physicochemical Property and Cd(II) Sorption of Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes
Xiaoli Tian, Kun Yang, Yong Xu, Huifeng Lu, Daohui Lin

137. Application of Natural Organic Matter in the Biosynthesis of α-Alumina Nanoparticles: The Humic Sol-Gel Route
Graziele Costa Cunha, Luciane Pimenta Cruz Romão, Zélia Soares Macedo

138. Adsorption of Contaminants of Emerging Concern by Carbon Nanotubes: Influence of Dissolved Organic Matter
Ilya Lerman, Yona Chen, Benny Chefetz

139. Enhancement of Extraction Amount and Dispersibility of Soil Nanoparticles by Natural Organic Matter in Soils
Wenyan Li, Xinyu Zhu, Huiming Chen, Yan He, Jianming Xu

140. Synthesis and Characterization of Nanostructured Hydroxyapatite Produced via Precipitation Route Using Natural Organic Matter (NOM)
J. A. Peixoto, G. C. Cunha, L. P. C. Romão, Z. S. Macêdo, M. E. G. Valerio

141. Adsorption of SMX on CNTs as Affected by Environmental Conditions: Coexisted Organic Chemicals and DOM
Hao Li, Bo Pan, Di Zhang, Baoshan Xing

142. A New Humic Acid Preparation with Addition of Silver Nanoparticles
G. P. Alexandrova, G. Dolmaab, Sh. Tserenpil, L. A. Grishenko, B. G. Sukhov, D. Regdel, B. A. Trofimov

143. Highly Reactive Subnano-Sized Zero-Valent Iron Synthesized on Smectite Clay Templates
Cheng Gu, Hui Li, Brian J. Teppen, Stephen A. Boyd

144. Solubilisation of Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes by Synthetic Humic Acids Studied by ATR-FTIR Spectroscopy
Eleni Bletsa, Yiannis Deligiannakis, Dimitris Gournis

145. Fluorescence and Raman Spectroscopy Study of Humic Acids in Iron Chloride Solutions and Magnetite/HA Nanoparticles
S. A. Burikov, T. A. Dolenko, N. V. Gorbunova, O. Yu. Gosteva, D. A. Khundzhua, K. A. Kydralieva, S. V. Patsaeva, A. A. Yurischeva, V. I. Yuzhakov

146. Interactions Between Silver Nanoparticles and Dissolved Natural Organic Matter Under Estuarine Conditions
M. Millour, E. Pelletier, J. P. Gagné

Part VI. HS/NOM, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Health

147. How Important Is Microbial Biodiversity in Controlling the Mineralisation of Soil Organic Matter?
Phil Brookes, Sarah Kemmitt

148. The Influence of Humic Acids on the Activities of Lysozyme and Urease
Yan Li, Wenfeng Tan, Luuk K. Koopal

149. Sorption Between Humic Substances and Marine Microalgae in Estuaries: Effects of Microalgae Species, pH and Salinity
M. Millour, J. P. Gagné

150. Feasibility of Chelating Agent Utilization for Suppressing Methane Production During Soil Organic Matter Decomposition
Prabhat Pramanik, Pil Joo Kim

151. Microbial and Enzyme Properties in Response to Amelioration of an Acidic Ultisol by Industrial and Agricultural By-Products
Jiuyu Li, Zhaodong Liu, Anzhen Zhao, Renkou Xu

152. Change of Cation Exchange Capacity of Soils as Influenced by Plowing and Irrigation
B. M. Klenov

153. Elemental Composition of Humic Acids in Frost Cracks of Soils of Cryolithic Belt
G. D. Chimitdorzhieva, M. G. Merkusheva, A. N. Baldanova, O. V. Vishnyakova, B. M. Klenov

154. Humus Composition of Saline Soils as Affected by Long-Term Irrigation
M. G. Merkusheva, A. N. Baldanova, G. D. Chimitdorzhieva, B. M. Klenov

155. Determination of Labile Fe(II) Species Complexed with Seawater Extractable Organic Matter in a Seawater Environment
Hisanori Iwai, Masami Fukushima, Mitsuo Yamamoto

156. Microbial Community Composition of Latosols Under a Rubber Plantation
Haichao Guo, Wenbin Wang, Xiaoping Wu, Xuehua Luo

157. Quantitative Determination of 2-Mercaptoethane Sulfonate as a Biomarker for Methanogens in Soil Using HPLC
Prabhat Pramanik, Pil Joo Kim

Kocuria Rosea HN01: A Newly Discovered Alkaliphilic Humic-Reducing Bacteria Isolated from Cassava Dregs Composting
Nan Chen, Chunyuan Wu, Qinfen Li, Xiao Deng

159. The Endodermis Is the Major Control Point for Radial Transport of Humic Substances into the Vascular System of Plants
N. A. Kulikova, D. P. Abroskin, A. S. Beer, G. A. Badun, M. G. Chernysheva, V. I. Korobkov, I. V. Perminova

160. Impact of Methanogens Originated from Cattle Manure on Increasing CH4 Emission in Paddy Soil During Rice Cultivation
Sang Yoon Kim, Prabhat Pramanik, Pil Joo Kim

Part VII. HS/NOM in Water and Water Treatment

161. Water Repellency Induced by Organic Matter (OM) in Treated Wastewater (TWW) Infiltration Ponds and Irrigation
Itamar Nadav, Jorge Tarchitzky, Yona Chen

162. Production of Biologically Stable Safe Drinking Water from Polluted Surface Water Sources
Olena Samsoni-Todorova, Natalia Klymenko, Liudmyla Savchyna

163. The Effect of Increased Dissolved Natural Organic Matter on Eutrophication
Rolf D. Vogt, Alexander Engebretsen, Christian Mohr

164. EEM Spectra and Removal Property of Fluorescent DOM in Biologically Treated Sewage Effluent
Wentao Lia, Aimin Li

165. pH Dependence of Configurations and Surface Properties of Microbial Extracellular Polymeric Substances (EPS)
Lingling Wang, Longfei Wang, Xuemei Ren, Xiaodong Ye, Wenwei Li, Shijie Yuan, Min Sun, Guoping Sheng, Hanqing Yu, Xiangke Wang

166. Ferrate(VI): Novel Compound for Removal of Natural Organic Matter in Water
Virender K. Sharma, Jiaqian Jiang, Hyunook Kim

167. The Role of Natural Organic Matter in the Biodecontamination of Freshwaters from the Endocrine Disruptor Bisphenol A
G. Castellana, E. Loffredo, A. Traversa, N. Senesi

168. Selective Removal of DOM on Anion-Exchange Resin from Water
Haiou Song, Aimin Li, Yang Zhou

169. Applicability of Fluorescence Analysis of Sedimentary Porewater Humic Substances for Reconstructing Past Lake Conditions
A. Leeben

170. Effect of Natural Organic Matter (NOM) with Different Molecular Size on Tetracycline Removal from Natural Aquatic Environment by Resin
Qing Zhou, Mengqiao Wang, Chendong Shuang, Aimin Li, Zheqin Li, Mancheng Zhang

171. Humic Substance and Dissolved Organic Matter Distribution in the Bureya Reservoir Water System, Central Priamurye, Russia
S. I. Levshina

172. Assessing the Dynamics of Dissolved Organic Matter in the Changjiang Estuary with Absorption and Fluorescence Spectroscopy
Weidong Guo, Liyang Yang, Weidong Zhai, Robert G. M. Spencer, Wenzhao Chen, Huasheng Hong

173. Rivers of the Southern Russian Far East: DOC Composition and Landscape Peculiarities
Tatiana Lutsenko

174. Spectral Approach to Binding Between Metals and Dissolved Organic Matter from a Biological Wastewater Treatment Plant
Juan Xu, Guoping Sheng

Part VIII. Characterization and Function of Biochar in the Environment

175. Designing Relevant Biochars to Revitalize Soil Quality: Current Status and Advances
Jeff Novak, Keri Cantrell, Don Watts, Mark Johnson

176. Relationships Between Biochar and Soil Humic Substances
M. H. B. Hayes

177. Effects of Black Carbon and Earthworms on the Degradation and Residual Distribution of 14C-2,4-Dichlorophenol and 14C-Phenanthrene in Soil
Wenqiang Zhou, Bingqi Jiang, Hongyan Guo, Rong Ji

178. Characterisation of Humic Substances Extracted from Soil Treated with Charcoal (Biochar)
E. H. Novotny, R. Auccaise, L. B. Lima, B. E. Madari

179. Impact of Pyrolysis Temperature on Nutrient Properties of Biochar
Hao Zheng, Zhengyu Wang, Xia Deng, Baoshan Xing

180. The Sorption of Sulfamethoxazole on Biochars Derived from a Sediment with High Organic Matter Content
Zhen Mao, Bo Pan, Ping Huang, Baoshan Xing

181. Effect of Biochars on Adsorption of Cu(II), Pb(II) and Cd(II) by an Oxisol from Hainan, China
Renkou Xu, Anzhen Zhao, M. M. Masud

182. Utilizing Stalk-Based Biochar to Control the Risk of Persistent Organic Pollutants in the Environment
Huoliang Kong, Jiao He, Jin Han, Yanzheng Gao

183. Impact of Black Carbon Amendments on the Retention Capacity of Cadmium in Soil
Qing Yi, Xueyu Hu, Jahisiah J. Benoit

184. Biochar Produced from Chemical Oxidation of Charcoal
A. S. Mangrich, L. C. Angelo, K. M. Mantovani

185. Carbon Distribution in Humic Substance Fractions Extracted from Soils Treated with Charcoal (Biochar)
B. E. Madari, L. B. Lima, M. A. S. Silva, E. H. Novotny, F. A. Alcântara, M. T. M. Carvalho, F. A. Petter

186. Using Solid-State 13C NMR to Study Pyrolysis Final Temperature Effects on Biochar Stability
C. F. B. V. Alho, R. Auccaise, C. M. B. F. Maia, E. H. Novotny, R. C. C. Lelis

187. Physical Attributes of Soil Evaluated for 9 Months After Application of Biochar in Planting Eucalyptus benthamii

R. S. Carvalho, K. C. Lombardi, E. G. Pinheiro

188. Organic Matter and Carbon in a Cambisoil After Incorporation of Biochar for Eucalyptus benthamii

G. T. Haberland, K. C. Lombardi

189. The Effect of Biochar and Bacterium Agent on Humification During Swine Manure Composting
Qiaoping Tu, Weixiang Wu, HaoHao Lu, Bin sun, Cheng Wang, Hui deng, Yingxu Chen

190. A Comparison of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from a Paddy Field Following Incorporation of Rice Straw and Straw-Based Biochar
Jianlin Shen, Hong Tang, Jieyun Liu, Yong Li, Tida Ge, Jinshui Wu

191. Organic Matter Investigation by Direct Analysis of Charcoal Fractions Using Diffuse Reflectance FT-IR Spectroscopy
O. Francioso, G. Certini, C. Ciavatta

192. Impact of Pyrolysis Time and Temperature on Physicochemical Characteristics of Biochars from Wetland Plants
Niaz Muhammad, Zhongmin Dai, Haizhen Wang, F. Z. Xu, Jianming Xu

Part IX. Industrial Products and Application of HS

193. On-Farm Evaluation of a Humic Product in Iowa (US) Maize Production
Dan C. Olk, Dana L. Dinnes, Chad Callaway, Mike Raske

194. Enhancement of Germination and Early Growth of Different Populations of Switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L.) by Compost Humic Acids
A. Traversa, E. Loffredo, A. J. Palazzo, T. L. Bashore, N. Senesi

195. Humic Acid Quality: Using Oxalic Acid as Precipitating Agent
Guido Meyer, Renate Klöcking

196. Possible Use of Leonardite-Based Humate Sources as a Potential Organic Fertilizer
M. R. Karaman, M. Turan, A. Tutar, M. Dizman, S. Şahin

197. Chemical Properties of Humic and Fulvic Acid Products and Their Ores of Origin
Jingdong Mao, Dan C. Olk, Na Chen, Dana L. Dinnes, Mark Chappell

198. Evaluation of a Proposed Standardized Analytical Method for the Determination of Humic and Fulvic Acids in Commercial Products
Richard Lamar, Dan C. Olk, Lawrence Mayhew, Paul R. Bloom

199. Potential Direct Mechanisms Involved in the Action of Humic Substances on Plant Development
V. Mora, L. Jannin, E. Bacaicoa, M. Arkoun, M. Fuentes, M. Olaetxea, R. Baigorri, M. Garnica, S. San Francisco, A. M. Zamarreño, A. Ourry, P. Etienne, P. Laíné, J. C. Yvin, J. M. Garcí-mina

200. Commercial Humic Substances Stimulate Tomato Growth
A. F. Patti, W. R. Jackson, S. Norng, M. T. Rose, T. R. Cavagnaro

201. Effect of Application Rate of Commercial Lignite Coal-Derived Amendments on Early-Stage Growth of Medicago sativa and Soil Health, in Acidic Soil Conditions
Karen Little, Michael Rose, Antonio Patti, Timothy Cavagnaro, Roy Jackson

202. Influence of Commercial Humic Products on Living Organisms and Their Detoxification Ability in Cu-Polluted Soil in Model Experiment
O. S. Yakimenko, M. V. Gorlenko, V. A. Terekhova, A. A. Izosimov, M. A. Pukalchik

203. Comparable Evaluation of Biological Activity of New Liquid and Dry Modifications of the Humic Product “Lignohumate”
R. B. Poloskin, O. A. Gladkov, O. A. Osipova, O. S. Yakimenko

204. Production of Fulvic Acid via Ethyl Fulvate
Bekir Zühtü Uysal, Yusuf Mert Sönmez, Duygu Uysal

205. Application of Humic Substances in Medicine: Basic Studies to Assess Pro- and Anticoagulant Properties of Humic Acids
H. P. Klöcking, R. Klöcking

206. Possibility for Synergic Growth-Stimulating Effects of Humic Substances and Water with Low Isotope 2H Content on the Germination of Wheat Seeds Under Favourable and Stress Conditions
N. G. Bakanova, A. A. Timakov, A. I. Smirnov, G. A. Kalabin

207. Dose-Dependent Effects of Different Humic Substances in Preclinical Test Systems
R. Klöcking, C. Kleiner, R. Junek, R. Schubert, A. M. Beer, J. Lukanov, P. Sagorchev, H. P. Klöcking, J. I. Schoenherr

208. Humic Acid Quality: The Influence of Peat Formation Variables
Guido Meyer, Dierk Michaelis, Hans Joosten, Renate Klöcking

209. Nitration Effect on the Yield and Chemical Composition of Humic Acids Obtained from South Brazil Coal Samples
Eduardo Albuquerque Brocchi, Deborah P. Dick, Anderson José Barcellos Leite

210. Granulated Mineral-Organic Humic Preparations Based on PAPR
K. Hoffmann, M. Huculak-Mączka, J. Hoffmann

211. Molecular Composition of Microaggregates from Artificial Soils Based on Organic Wastes and Fe-Rich Mud by FTIR Analysis
M. C. Hernandez-Soriano, A. Sevilla-Perea, M. D. Mingorance, E. Smolders

Keywords: Environment, Soil Science & Conservation, Microbiology, Applied Microbiology, Environmental Chemistry, Ecotoxicology, Ecology

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