Professor Karen Hudson-Edwards
Professor of Environmental Geochemistry and Mineralogy
tel: 0203 073 8030
Room 607, Malet Street, Birkbeck, London WC1E 7HX
Recent Research Highlights
MSc in Geochemistry: New MSc in Geochemistry provides excellent foundations for an industry career or further study [News, April, 2015]
New Perspectives article on mine waste impacts published in Science:
Hudson-Edwards, K. (2016) Tackling mine wastes. Science, 352, 288-290.
Kossoff, D., Hudson-Edwards, K.A., Howard, A.J. and Knight, D. (2016) Industrial mining heritage and the legacy of environmental pollution in the Derbyshire Derwent catchment: quantifying contamination at a regional scale and developing integrated strategies for management of the wider historic environment. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 6, 190-199. (freely available online until 7 April 2016).
Li, J., He, L., Dong, F., Hudson-Edwards, K.A. (2016) The role of nano-sized manganese coatings on bone char in removing arsenic(V) from solution: Implications for permeable reactive barrier technologies. Chemosphere, 153, 146-154. (Freely available until 13 May 2016).
Open access paper on ancient African fish dust fertlising the Amazon [Chemical Geology, September 2014]
Flying fish fertilise forest - from Africa to the Amazon [Birkbeck News, September 2014]
Ancient African fish dust nourishes Amazon [BBC, September 2014]
Fossilised fish bones from Africa are fertilising the Amazon forest [Down to Earth, September 2014]