Mark Baskaran
Mark Baskaran
Tenured Full Professor, Wayne State University, Department of Geology, Detroit, MI
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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
2632001
Atmospheric depositional fluxes of 7Be and 210Pb at Galveston and College Station, Texas
M Baskaran, CH Coleman, PH Santschi
Journal of Geophysical Research 98 (D11), 20555-20,571, 1993
2621993
Po-210 and Pb-210 as atmospheric tracers and global atmospheric Pb-210 fallout: a review
M Baskaran
Journal of environmental radioactivity 102 (5), 500-513, 2011
2352011
Sediment chronology in San Francisco Bay, California, defined by 210Pb, 234Th, 137Cs, and 239,240 Pu
CC Fuller, A van Geen, M Baskaran, R Anima
Marine Chemistry 64 (1-2), 7-27, 1999
2111999
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
2101993
210Pb-derived chronology and the fluxes of 210Pb and 137Cs isotopes into continental shelf sediments, East Chukchi Sea, Alaskan Arctic
M Baskaran, AS Naidu
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 59 (21), 4435-4448, 1995
2031995
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
1981995
Scavenging of thorium isotopes by colloids in seawater of the Gulf of Mexico
M Baskaran, PH Santschi, G Benoit, BD Honeyman
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 56 (9), 3375-3388, 1992
1791992
History of trace metal pollution in Sabine-Neches estuary, Beaumont, Texas
M Ravichandran, M Baskaran, PH Santschi, TS Bianchi
Environmental science & technology 29 (6), 1495-1503, 1995
1771995
The importance of colloids and mires for the transport of uranium isotopes through the Kalix River watershed and Baltic Sea
D Porcelli, PS Andersson, GJ Wasserburg, J Ingri, M Baskaran
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 61 (19), 4095-4113, 1997
1641997
Thorium speciation in seawater
PH Santschi, JW Murray, M Baskaran, CR Benitez-Nelson, LD Guo, ...
Marine Chemistry 100 (3-4), 250-268, 2006
1502006
Autologous bone marrow derived mononuclear cell therapy for spinal cord injury: a phase I/II clinical safety and primary efficacy data
AA Kumar, SR Kumar, R Narayanan, K Arul, M Baskaran
Exp Clin Transplant 7 (4), 241-248, 2009
1472009
The GEOTRACES intermediate data product 2017
R Schlitzer, RF Anderson, EM Dodas, M Lohan, W Geibert, A Tagliabue, ...
Chemical Geology 493, 210-223, 2018
1442018
Ra and Rn isotopes as natural tracers of submarine groundwater discharge in Tampa Bay, Florida
PW Swarzenski, C Reich, KD Kroeger, M Baskaran
Marine chemistry 104 (1-2), 69-84, 2007
1442007
The transport of U-and Th-series nuclides in a sandy unconfined aquifer
A Tricca, GJ Wasserburg, D Porcelli, M Baskaran
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 65 (8), 1187-1210, 2001
1402001
A search for the seasonal variability on the depositional fluxes of 7Be and 210Pb
M Baskaran
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 100 (D2), 2833-2840, 1995
1401995
Depositional characteristics of 7Be and 210Pb in southeastern Michigan
D McNeary, M Baskaran
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 108 (D7), 2003
1362003
Residence time of arctic haze aerosols using the concentrations and activity ratios of 210Po, 210Pb and 7Be
M Baskaran, GE Shaw
Journal of Aerosol Science 32 (4), 443-452, 2001
1302001
Handbook of environmental isotope geochemistry
M Baskaran
Springer Science & Business Media, 2011
1272011
An introduction to the application and future use of 234Th in aquatic systems
JT Waples, C Benitez-Nelson, N Savoye, MR van der Loeff, M Baskaran, ...
Marine Chemistry 100 (3-4), 166-189, 2006
1132006
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