A new paper, entitled ‘Metagenomic exploration of multi-resistance genes linked to microbial attributes in active nonferrous metal(loid) tailings’, has been published in Environmental Pollution. The paper was written by Jian-li Liu from the China University of Geosciences and seven co-authors (including… Continue Reading
Noshin Masood, a visiting PhD student with EM3 in 2019, has published a paper in the Journal of Sustainable Mining with Karen Hudson-Edwards on the impacts of coal mining on water resource development. You can read it for free here.
Gabriel Ziwa, a PhD student in EM3, has just published the first paper from his research: Ziwa, G., Crane, R., Hudson-Edwards, K.A. (2021) Geochemistry, mineralogy and microbiology of cobalt in mining-affected environments. Minerals, 11, 22. This is an open-access paper… Continue Reading
Nine competitors for our 2nd Annual EM3 Big Christmas online Quiz today! The winner (Jody) will receive her chocolates early in 2021. Merry Christmas everyone. 🙂
Our NERC-funded project ‘Legacy Waste in the Coastal Zone’ now has a website. Please visit it here and keeping checking for new updates.
Carmen Falagan, David Dew and Karen Hudson-Edwards are co-authors on the newly published paper ‘Bioleaching to reprocess sulfidic polymetallic primary mining residues: Determination of metal leaching mechanisms’ that is published open access in Hydrometallurgy. This is the first paper for… Continue Reading
Karen Hudson-Edwards has a new publication in Science of the Total Environment with her Chinese colleagues Wenxu Li and Jing Liu, entitled ‘Seasonable variations in arsenic mobility and bacterial diversity: The case study of Huangshui Creek, Shimen Realgar Mine, Hunan… Continue Reading
This September we welcome three new members to EM3. Dr Patrizia Onnis is joining us as a post-doctoral fellow on our NERC Legacy Wastes in the Coastal Zone project. Elin Jennings is starting her PhD on the same project. Lisa… Continue Reading
The first paper for our NERC Legacy Wastes in the Coastal Zone project, ‘Legacy iron and steel wastes in the UK: Extent, resource potential, and management futures’ is out in the Journal of Geochemical Exploration. It is full open access… Continue Reading
The NERC-funded Large Grant: Legacy Waste in the Coastal Zone: Environmental Risks and Management Futures’ began in January 2020 and will run for 4 years until 2024. The project will undertake a coordinated approach to comprehensively investigate the spatial extent,… Continue Reading