Ian Burke Publications

 

2019 & in press

81. Hudson-Edwards K. A., Byrne P., Bird G. Brewer P. A., Burke I.T., Jamieson H. E., Macklin M. G. and Williams R. D. Origin and fate of Vanadium in the Hazeltine Creek Catchment following the 2014 Mount Polley mine tailings spill, British Columbia, Canada. Environmental Science and Technology (2019 in press).

80. Aldmour S. T., Burke I. T., Bray A. W., Baker D. L., Ross A. B., Gill F., Cibin G., Ries M. E. and Stewart D. I. Abiotic reduction of Cr(VI) by humic acids derived from peat and lignin: kinetics and removal mechanism. Environmental Science and Pollution Research (2019) 26(5) 4717-4729. PDF SI

 

2018

79. Watt J. A. J., Burke I. T., Edwards R. A., Malcolm H. M., Mayes W. M. Olszewska J. P. Pan G., Graham M. C., Heal K. V., Rose N. L., Turner S. D. and Spears B. M. Vanadium - a re-emerging environmental hazard. Environmental Science and Technology (2018) 52(21) 11973-11974. PDF

78. Hobson A. J., Stewart D. I., Mortimer R. J. G., Mayes W. M., Rogerson M. and Burke I. T. Leaching behaviour of co-disposed steel making wastes: Effects of aeration on leachate chemistry and vanadium mobilisation. Waste Management (2018) 81, 1-10. PDF

77. O'Sullivan D., Adams M, Tarn M. D., Harrison A. D., Vergara- Temprado J., Porter G. C. E., Holden M. A., Sanchez-Marroquin A., Carotenuto F., Whale T. F., McQuaid J. B., Walshaw R., Hedges D., Burke I. T., Cui Z. and Murray B. J. Biogenic material and desert dust contributes to the atmospheric ice-nucleating particle population in Northern Europe. Scientific Reports (2018) 8, 13821 PDF SI

76. Higgins D., Curtin T., Burke I.T. and Courtney R. The potential for constructed wetland mechanisms to treat alkaline bauxite residue leachate: carbonation and precipitate characterisation. Environmental Science and Pollution Research (2018) 25(29), 29451-29458. PDF SI

75. Gomes H. I., Mayes W. M., Baxter H. A. Jarvis A.P., Burke I. T., Stewart D. I. and Rogerson M. Options for managing alkaline steel slag leachate: A life cycle assessment. Journal of Cleaner Production (2018) 202, 401-412. PDF SI

74. Woodward G. L., Peacock C. L., Otero-Farina A., Thompson O. A., Brown A. P. and Burke I. T. A universal uptake mechanism for cobalt(II) on soil constituents: ferrihydrite, kaolinite, humic acid, and organo-mineral composites. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2018) 238, 270-291. PDF SI

73. Boylan A. A., Stewart D. I., Graham J. T. and Burke I. T. Behaviour of carbon-14 containing low molecular weight organic compounds in contaminated groundwater under aerobic conditions. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity (2018) 192, 279-288. PDF

72. Hobson A. J., Stewart D. I., Bray A. W., Mortimer R. J. G., Mayes W. M., Riley A. L., Rogerson M. and Burke I. T. Behaviour and fate of vanadium during the aerobic neutralisation of hyperalkaline slag leachate. Science of the Total Environment (2018) 643, 1191-1199. PDF

71. Vidal-Dura A., Burke I. T., Mortimer R. J. G. and Stewart D. I. Diversity patterns of benthic bacterial communities along the salinity continuum of the Humber estuary (UK). Aquatic Microbial Ecology (2018) 81(3), 277-291. PDF SI

70. Hodkin D. J., Stewart D. I., Graham J. T., Cibin G. and Burke I. T. Enhanced Crystallographic incorporation of Strontium(II) ions to Calcite via Preferential Adsorption at Obtuse growth steps. Crystal Growth and Design (2018) 18(5) 2836-2843. PDF SI

69. Vidal-Dura A., Burke I. T., Stewart D. I and Mortimer R. J. G. Reoxidation of estuarine sediments during simulated resuspension events: Effects on nutrient and trace metal mobilisation. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science (2018) 207, 40-55. PDF SI

68. Cusack P. B., Healy M. G., Ryan P. C., Burke I. T., O'Donoghue L. M. T., Ujaczki E. and Courtney R. Enhancement of bauxite residue as a low-cost adsorbent for phosphorus in aqueous solution using seawater and gypsum treatments. Journal of Cleaner Production (2018) 179, 217-224. PDF SI

67. Stewart D. I., Bray A. W., Udoma G., Hobson A. J., Mayes W. M., Rogerson M. and Burke I. T. Hydration of Dicalcium Silicate and Diffusion through Neo-Formed Calcium-Silicate-Hydrates at Weathered Surfaces Control the Long-Term Leaching Behaviour of Basic Oxygen Furnace (BOF) Steelmaking Slag. Environmental Science and Pollution Research (2018) 25, 9861-9872. PDF SI

66. Bray A. W., Stewart D. I., Courtney R., Rout S. P., Humphreys P. N., Mayes W. M. and Burke I. T. Sustained Bauxite Residue Rehabilitation with Gypsum and Organic Matter 16 years after Initial Treatment. Environmental Science and Technology (2018) 52(1), 151-161. PDF SI

 

2017

65. Hirst C., Andersson P. S., Shaw S., Burke I. T., Kutscher L., Murphy M. L., Maximov T., Pokrovsky O. S., Mӧrth C-M., and Porcelli D. Characterisation of Fe-bearing particles and colloids in the Lena River basin, NE Russia. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2017) 213, 553-573. PDF SI

64. Hobson A. J., Stewart D. I., Bray A. W., Mortimer R. J. G., Mayes W. M., Rogerson M. and Burke I. T. Mechanism of Vanadium Leaching During Surface Weathering of Basic Oxygen Furnace Steel Slag Blocks: A Microfocus X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy and Electron Microscopy Study. Environmental Science and Technology (2017) 51(14), 7823-7830. PDF SI

63. Gomes H. I., Rogerson M., Stewart D. I., Burke I. T. and Mayes W. M. Hydraulic and biotic impacts on neutralisation of high-pH waters. Science of the Total Environment (2017) 601-602, 1271-1279. PDF SI

62. Littlewood J. L., Shaw S., Peacock C. L., Bots P., Trivedi D. and Burke I. T. Mechanism of enhanced strontium uptake into calcite via an amorphous calcium carbonate (ACC) crystallisation pathway. Crystal Growth and Design (2017) 17(3), 1214-1223. PDF SI

61. Boylan A. A., Stewart D. I., Graham J. T., Trivedi D. and Burke I. T. Mechanisms of inorganic carbon-14 attenuation in contaminated groundwater: Effect of solution pH on isotopic exchange and carbonate precipitation reactions. Applied Geochemistry (2017) 85(B), 137-147. PDF SI

60. Gomes H. I., Jones A., Rogerson M., Greenway G. M., Fernandez D., Burke I. T. and Mayes W. M. Removal and recovery of vanadium from alkaline steel slag leachates with anion exchange resins. Journal of Environmental Management (2017) 187, 384-392. PDF

 

2016

59. Gomes H. I., Jones A., Rogerson M., Burke I. T. and Mayes W. M. Vanadium removal and recovery from bauxite residue leachates by ion exchange. Environmental Science and Pollution Research (2016) 23(22) 23034-23042. PDF

58. Ding W., Botha J. A., Hanson B. C. and Burke I. T. Aqueous hydroxylation mediated synthesis of crystalline calcium uranate particles. Journal of Alloys and Compounds (2016) 688, 260-269. PDF SI

57. Sheng Y, Sun Q, Sun R., Burke I T. and Mortimer R. J. G. Use of bauxite residue (red mud) as a low cost sorbent for sulfide removal in polluted water remediation. Water Science and Technology (2016) 74(2) 359-366. PDF

56. Hodkin D. J., Stewart D. I., Graham J. T. and Burke I. T. Coprecipitation of 14C and Sr with carbonate precipitates: The importance of reaction kinetics and recrystallization pathways. Science of the Total Environment (2016) 562, 335-343. PDF SI.

55. Fuller A. J., Shaw S., Peacock C. L., Trivedi D., and Burke I. T. EXAFS study of Sr sorption to illite, goethite, chlorite and mixed sediment under hyper-alkaline conditions. Langmuir (2016) 32(12) 2937-2946. PDF SI

54. Mayes, W. M., Burke I. T., Gomes, H. I., Anton A. D., Ujaczki E., Molnar M. and Feigl V. Advances in understanding environmental risks of red mud after the Ajka spill, Hungary. Journal of Sustainable Metallurgy (2016) 2, 332-343. PDF.

53. Ding W., Stewart D. I., Humphreys P. N., Rout S. P. and Burke I. T. Role of an organic carbon-rich soil and Fe(III) reduction in reducing the toxicity and environmental mobility of Chromium(VI) at a COPR disposal site. Science of the Total Environment (2016) 541, 1191-1199. PDF SI

52. Gomes H. I., Mayes W. M., Rogerson M., Stewart D. I. and Burke I. T. Alkaline residues and the environment: A review of impacts, management practices and opportunities. Journal of Cleaner Production (2016) 112 3751-3582. PDF SI

 

2015

51. Littlewood J. L., Shaw S., Bots P., Peacock C. L., Trivedi D. and Burke I. T. Effect of solution composition on the recrystallisation of kaolinite to feldspathoids in hyperalkaline conditions: Limitations of pertechnetate incorporation by ion competition effects. Mineralogical Magazine (2015) 79(6), 1379-1388. PDF

50. Mayes W. M. and Burke I. T. Risks, remediation and recovery: Lessons for bauxite residue management from Ajka. In: Pontikes Y. et al. (Ed), Bauxite residue valorisation and best practices (2015) pp35-45. PDF

49. Fuller S. J., Burke I. T. McMillan D. G. G., Ding W. and Stewart D. I. Population Changes in a Community of Alkaliphilic Iron Reducing Bacteria Due to Changes in the Electron Acceptor: Implications for Bioremediation at Alkaline Cr(VI) Contaminated Sites. Water, Air and Soil Pollution (2015) 226, 180, DOI 10.1007/s11270-015-2437-z. PDF SI

48. Lockwood C. L., Stewart D. I., Mortimer R. J. G., Mayes, W. M., Jarvis A. P., Gruiz K. and Burke I. T. Leaching of copper and nickel in soil-water systems contaminated by bauxite residue (red mud) from Ajka, Hungary: The importance of soil organic matter. Environmental Science and Pollution Research (2015) 22, 10800-10810. PDF SI

47. Fuller A. J., Shaw S., Ward M. B., Haigh S. J., Mosselmans F. W., Peacock C. L., Stackhouse S., Dent A. J., Trivedi D., and Burke I. T. Caesium incorporation and retention in illite interlayers. Applied Clay Science (2015) 108, 128-134. PDF SI

46. Burke I. T, Mosselmans F. W., Shaw S., Peacock C. L., Benning L. G. and Cocker V. S. Impact of the Diamond Light Source on Research in Earth and Environmental Sciences: Current Work and Future Perspectives. Philosophical Transactions A (2015) 373 (2036), 20130151. PDF

 

2014

45. Anton A. D., Feigl V., Klebercz O., Burke I. T., Jarvis A. P., Gruiz K. and Mayes W. M. Geochemical Recovery of the Torna-Marcal river system after the Ajka red mud spill, Hungary. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts (2014) 16, 2677-2685. PDF

44. Lockwood C. L., Mortimer R. J. G., Stewart D. I., Mayes, W. M., Peacock C. L., Polya D.A., Lythgoe P.R., Lehoux A. P., Gruiz K. and Burke I. T. Mobilisation of arsenic from bauxite residue (red mud) affected soils: Effect of pH and redox conditions. Applied Geochemistry (2014).51, 268-277. PDF SI

43. Misik M., Burke I. T., Reismuller M., Pichler C., Reiner B., Misikova K., Mayes W.M. and Knasmueller S. Red mud a byproduct of aluminum production contains soluble vanadium that causes genotoxic and cytotoxic effects in higher plants. Science of the Total Environment (2014) 493, 883-890. PDF

42. Small J. S., Wallace S. H. and Burke I. T. Strontium 90 mobility in contaminated nuclear facilities and groundwater. NNL Science Journal (2014) 2, 25-29. PDF

41. Fuller A. J., Shaw S., Peacock C. L., Trivedi D., Small J. S., Abrahamsen L. G. and Burke I. T. Ionic strength and pH dependent multi-site sorption of Cs onto a micaceous aquifer sediment. Applied Geochemistry (2014) 40, 32-42. PDF SI

40. Fuller S. J., McMillan D. G. G., Renz M. B., Schmidt M., Burke I. T. and Stewart D. I. Extracellular electron transport mediated Fe(III) reduction by a community of alkaliphilic bacteria that use flavins as electron shuttles. Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2014). 80 (1) 128-137. PDF SI

39. Rogers C. M., Burke I. T., Amed I. A. and Shaw S. Immobilization of chromate in hyperalkaline waste streams by green rusts and zero-valent iron. Environmental Technology (2014). 35 (4) 508-513. PDF SI

 

2013

38. Burke I. T., Peacock C. L., Lockwood C. L., Stewart D. I., Mortimer R. J. G., Ward M. B., Renforth P., Gruiz, K. and Mayes, W. M. Behaviour of aluminium, arsenic and vanadium during the neutralisation of red mud leachate by HCl, gypsum, or seawater. Environmental Science and Technology (2013) 47, 6527-6535. PDF SI

37. Wallace S. H., Shaw S., Morris K., Small J. S. and Burke I. T. Alteration of Sediments by Hyperalkaline K-Rich Cement Leachate: Implications for Strontium Adsorption and Incorporation. Environmental Science and Technology (2013) 47 (8), 3694-3700. PDF SI

36. Fuller S.J., Stewart D.I. and Burke I. T. Chromate Reduction in Highly Alkaline Groundwater by Zero Valent Iron: Implications for its use in a permeable reactive barrier. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research (2013) 52 (13), 4704-4714. PDF SI

35. Burke I. T. Long-term behaviour of contaminant metals in red mud. Diamond Light Source Ltd. Annual Review 2013 (2013) pp17-18. PDF

34. Lehoux A. P., Lockwood C. L., Mayes W. M., Stewart D. I., Mortimer R. J. G., Gruiz K. and Burke I. T. Gypsum addition to soils contaminated by red mud: Implications for aluminium, arsenic, molybdenum and vanadium solubility. Environmental Geochemistry and Health (2013) 35, 643-656. PDF

33. Whittleston R. A., Stewart D. I., Mortimer R. J. G. and Burke I. T. Enhancing microbial iron reduction in hyperalkaline, chromium contaminated sediments by pH amendment, Applied Geochemistry. (2103) 28, 135-144. PDF SI

 

2012

32. Burke I. T., Mortimer R. J. G., Palani S., Whittleston R. A., Lockwood C. L., David J. Ashley D. J. and Stewart D. I. Biogeochemical reduction processes in a hyper-alkaline leachate affected soil profile. Geomicrobiology Journal. (2012) 29 (9), 769-779. PDF

31. Wallace S.H., Shaw S., Morris K., Small J. S., Fuller A. J. and Burke I.T. Effect of groundwater pH and ionic strength on strontium sorption in aquifer sediments: Implications for 90Sr mobility at contaminated nuclear sites, Applied Geochemistry. (2012) 27 (8), 1482-1491. PDF

30. Thorpe C. L., Lloyd J. R., Law G. T. W., Burke I. T., Shaw S., Bryan N. D. and Morris K. Strontium sorption and incorporation behaviour during bioreduction in nitrate impacted sediments, Chemical Geology. (2012) 306-307, 114-122. PDF

29. Burke I. T., Mayes, W. M., Peacock C. L., Brown A. P., Jarvis A. P. and Gruiz, K. Speciation of arsenic, chromium and vanadium in red mud samples from the Ajka spill site, Hungary, Environmental Science and Technology. (2012) 46, 3085-3092. PDF SI

28. Renforth P., Mayes W. M., Jarvis A. P., Burke I. T., Manning, D. A. C. and Gruiz, K. Contaminant mobility and carbon sequestration downstream of the Ajka (Hungary) red mud spill: the effects of gypsum dosing. Science of the Total Environment. (2012) 421-422, 253-259. PDF

27. Thorpe C.L., Law G.T.W., Boothman C., Lloyd J.R., Burke I.T. and Morris K. The synergistic effects of high nitrate concentrations on sediment bioreduction. Geomicrobiology Journal. (2012) 29, 484-493. PDF

 

2011

26. Mayes W. M., Jarvis A. P., Burke I. T., Walton M. and Gruiz K. (2011) Trace and rare earth element dispersal downstream of the Ajka red mud spill, Hungary, In: Wolkersdorfer C.; Freund A.; Rude T. R. (Ed) Mine Water - Managing the challenges, International Mine Water Association, pp.29-34. PDF

25. Whittleston R. A., Stewart D. I., Mortimer R. J. G., Tilt Z. C., Brown A. P., Geraki K., and Burke I. T. Chromate reduction in Fe(II)-containing soil affected by hyperalkaline leachate from chromite ore processing residue. Journal or Hazardous Materials (2011) 194 (c) 15-23. PDF SI

24. Mcbeth J. M., Law G. T. W., Lloyd J. R., Livens F. R., Burke I. T. and Morris K. Redox interactions of technetium with biogenic and abiologically precipitated Fe minerals. Mineralogical Magazine. (2011) 75 2419-2430. PDF

23. Law G. T. W., Geissler, A., Burke I. T., Livens F. R., Lloyd J. R., McBeth J. M., and Morris K. Uranium redox cycling in sediment and biomineral systems. Geomicrobiology Journal. (2011) 28 (5 & 6) 497-506. PDF

22. Geissler, A., Boothman, C., Livens, F.R., Lloyd, J.R., Law, G.T.W., Morris, K. and Burke, I.T.; Microbially mediated Fe(II) oxidation in reduced technetium-containing sediments. Geomicrobiology Journal. (2011) 28 (5 & 6) 507-518. PDF

21. Mayes W. M., Jarvis A. P., Burke I. T., Walton M. Feigl, V., Klebercz, O. and Gruiz K. Dispersal and attenuation of trace contaminants downstream of the Ajka bauxite residue (red mud) depository failure, Hungary. Environmental Science and Technology. (2011) 45 (12) 5147-5155. PDF SI

20. Begg J. D. C., Burke I. T., Shaw S., Lloyd J.R., Boothman C. Charnock J. and M. Morris K., Bioreduction behaviour of U(VI) sorbed to sediments. Geomicrobiology Journal. (2011) 28 (2) 160-171. PDF

19. Whittleston R. A, Stewart D. I., Mortimer, R.J.G., Ashley D. and Burke I. T. Effect of Microbially induced anoxia on Cr(VI) mobility at a hyperalkaline chromite ore processing residue contaminated site. Geomicrobiology Journal. (2011) 28 (1) 68-82. PDF

 

2010

18. Geissler A., Selenska-Pobell S., Morris K., Burke I. T., Livens F. R. and Lloyd J.R. (2010) The microbial ecology of land and water contaminated with radioactive waste; towards the development of bioremediation options for the nuclear industry, In: Batty C. L. Hallberg K., and Jarvis P. A. (Ed) The Ecology of Industrial Pollution: restoration, remediation and preservation, Ecological Reviews , Cambridge University Press, UK, pp.226-241. PDF

17. Law G. T. W., Geissler A., Lloyd J. R., Livens F. R., Boothman C., Begg J. D. C. Denecke M.A., Rothe J., Dardenne K., Burke I. T., Charnock J. M. and Morris K. Geomicrobiological redox cycling of the transuranic element neptunium. Environmental Science and Technology. (2010) 44 (23) 8924-8929. PDF SI

16. Burke I. T., Livens F. R., Lloyd J. R., Brown, A., Law G. T. W., McBeth J. M., Ellis, B., Lawson R.S. and Morris K. Fate of technetium in reduced sediments: comparison of direct and indirect analysis. Applied Geochemistry. (2010) 25 (2) 233-241. PDF

15. Law G. T. W., Geissler A., Lloyd J. R., Burke I. T., Livens F. R., Boothman C. and Morris K. Role of nitrate in conditioning aquifer sediments for technetium bioreduction. Environmental Science and Technology. (2010) 44 (1) 150-155. PDF SI

14. Lear G., McBeth, J. M., Boothman C., Gunning, DJ., Ellis, B., Lawson, R., Morris, K., Burke, I. T., Bryan N., Livens F.R. and Lloyd J.R. Probing the Biogeochemical Behavior of Technetium Using a Novel Nuclear Imaging Approach. Environmental Science and Technology. (2010) 44 (1) 156-162. PDF SI

13. Stewart D. I., Burke I. T., Hughes-Berry D. V. and Whittleston R. A., Microbially mediated chromate reduction in soil contaminated by highly alkaline leachate from chromium containing waste. Ecological Engineering. (2010) 36 (2) pp211-221. PDF

 

2008

12. Begg J. D. C., Burke I. T., Charnock J. M. and Morris K. Behaviour of technetium in Dounreay soil exposed to air and nitrate. Radiochimica Acta. (2008) 96 (9-11) 631-636. PDF

11. Morris K., Livens F.R., Charnock J. M., Burke I. T., McBeth J. M., Begg J. D. C., Boothman C. and Lloyd J. R. An X-ray absorption study of the fate of technetium in reduced and reoxidised sediments and mineral phases. Applied Geochemistry. (2008) 23, pp 603-617. PDF

 

2007

10. Morris K, Livens F. R., Charnock J. M., Burke I. T., McBeth J. M., Boothman C., and Lloyd J. R. (2007) Microbially driven transformations of technetium. In: Denecke MA; et al (Ed) Speciation Techniques and Facilities for Radioactive Materials at Synchrotron Light Sources, Nuclear Energy Agency, Issy-les-Moulineaux, France, pp.71-81. PDF

9. Stewart D. I., Burke I. T. and Mortimer R. J. M. Stimulation of microbially-mediated chromate reduction in alkaline soil-water systems. Geomicrobiology Journal. (2007) 24 (7 & 8) pp 655-669. PDF

8. McBeth J. M., Lear G., Lloyd J. R., Livens F. R., Morris K. and Burke I. T. Technetium reduction and reoxidation in aquifer sediments. Geomicrobiology Journal. (2007) 24 (3 & 4) pp 189-197. PDF

7. Begg J. D. C., Burke I. T. and Morris K. The behaviour of technetium during microbial bioreduction in amended soils from Dounreay, UK. Science of the Total Environment. (2007) 373 pp 297-304. PDF

 

2006

6. Burke I. T., Boothman C., Lloyd J. R., Livens F. R., Charnock J. M., McBeth J. M., Mortimer R. J. M. and Morris K. Reoxidation behavior of technetium, iron and sulfur in estuarine sediments. Environmental Science and Technology. (2006) 40 (11) pp 3529 3535. PDF SI

 

2005

5. Lloyd J. R., Renshaw J. C., May I., Livens F. R., Burke I. T., Mortimer R. J. M. and Morris K. Biotransformation of actinides: Microbial reduction of actinides and fission products. Journal of Nuclear and Radiochemical Sciences. (2005) 6 (1) 17-20. PDF

4. Burke I. T., Boothman C., Lloyd J. R., Mortimer R. J. M., Livens F. R. and Morris K. Effects of progressive anoxia on the solubility of technetium in sediments. Environmental Science and Technology (2005) 39 (11) pp 4109-4116. PDF SI

 

2004

3. Burke I. T. and Kemp A. E. S. A mid-Holocene geochemical record of salt water inflow to the Baltic Sea. The Holocene (2004) 14 (6) 940-948. PDF

 

2002

2. Burke I. T., Grigorov I. and Kemp A. E. S. Micro-fabric study of diatomaceous and lithogenic deposition in laminated sediments from the Gotland Deep, Baltic Sea. Marine Geology (2002) 183 89-105. PDF

1. Burke I. T. and Kemp A. E. S. Micro-fabric analysis of Mn-Carbonate laminae deposition and Mn-sulphide formation in the Gotland Deep, Baltic Sea. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2002) 66 (9) 1589-1600. PDF