SBRG's Publications 


 ​​    PUBLICATIONS FOR the YEAR 2020

  1. Immobilization and mitigation of chromium toxicity in aqueous solutions and tannery waste-contaminated soil using biochar and polymer-modified biochar. Chemosphere

  2. Molecular Detection and Identification of Babesia spp., and Trypanosoma spp. in One-humped Camel (Camelus dromedarius) in Halayeb and Shalateen, Egypt. Preprints 

  3. Prospects of Biochar in Alkaline Soils to Mitigate Climate Change. Environment, Climate, Plant and Vegetation Growth

  4. ​​Advances in Pyrolytic Technologies with Improved Carbon Capture and Storage to Combat Climate Change. Environment, Climate, Plant and Vegetation Growth

  5. A Heavy Infection Macro-cysts of Sarcocystis Spp. Case in a Najdi Sheep at Buraidah Slaughter House, Qassim, Saudi Arabia. Animal and Veterinary Sciences

  6. ​​Higher biochar rate strongly reduced decomposition of soil organic matter to enhance C and N sequestration in nutrient-poor alkaline calcareous soil. Journal of Soils and Sediment

  7. The Potential Use of Zeolite, Montmorillonite, and Biochar for the Removal of Radium-226 from Aqueous Solutions and Contaminated Groundwater. processes

  8. Environmental issues in relation to agricultural practices and attitudes of farmers: A case study from Saudi Arabia. Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences

  9. Fabrication of sand-based novel adsorbents embedded with biochar or binding agents via calcite precipitation for sulfathiazole scavenging.Journal of Hazardous Materials

  10. Extent of Climate Change in Saudi Arabia and Its Impacts on Agriculture: A Case Study from Qassim Region. Environment, Climate, Plant and Vegetation Growth 

  11. Turning date palm waste into carbon nanodots and nano zerovalent iron composites for excellent removal of methylthioninium chloride from water. scientific reports

  12. Fabrication and evaluation of silica embedded and zerovalent iron composited biochars for arsenate removal from water. Environmental Pollution

  13. Arsenic release in contaminated soil amended with unmodified and modified biochars derived from sawdust and rice husk. Journal of Soils and Sediments

  14. Evaluating the efficiency of different natural clay sediments for the removal of chlortetracycline from aqueous solutions. Journal of hazardous materials

  15. Potential short-term negative versus positive effects of olive mill-derived biochar on nutrient availability in a calcareous loamy sandy soil. bioRxiv

  16. In situ immobilization of Cr and its availability to maize plants in tannery waste–contaminated soil: effects of biochar feedstock and pyrolysis temperature. Journal of Soils and Sediments

  17.  Competitive sorption and availability of coexisting heavy metals in mining-contaminated soil: Contrasting effects of mesquite and fishbone biochars. Environmental Research​

  18. Immobilization and mitigation of chromium toxicity in aqueous solutions and tannery waste-contaminated soil using biochar and polymer-modified biochar.  Chemosphere


     Publications for year 2019

  1. Sorption of Cr (III) from aqueous media via naturally functionalized microporous biochar: Mechanistic study. Microchemical Journal
  2. ​​A critical review on organic micropollutants contamination in wastewater and removal through carbon nanotubes. Journal of Environmental Management
  3. Date palm waste biochars alter a soil respiration, microbial biomass carbon, and heavy metal mobility in contaminated mined soil. Environmental geochemistry and health
  4. Date palm waste-derived biochar composites with silica and zeolite: synthesis, characterization and implication for carbon stability and recalcitrant potential. Environmental geochemistry and health
  5. Performance of dry water-and porous carbon-based sorbents for carbon dioxide capture. Environmental research
  6. A short-term effect of date palm biochars on NH3 volatilization and N transformation in calcareous sandy loam soil. Arabian Journal of Geosciences
  7. Engineered biochar composites with zeolite, silica, and nano-zerovalent iron for the efficient scavenging of chlortetracycline from aqueous solutions. Environmental Science and Pollution Research
  8. Effects of pyrolysis temperature on nitrate-nitrogen (NO3−-N) and bromate (BrO3−) adsorption onto date palm biochar. Journal of environmental management
  9. Pyrolytic and hydrothermal carbonization of date palm leaflets: Characteristics and ecotoxicological effects on seed germination of lettuce. Saudi journal of biological sciences 
  10. Foliar-and soil-applied salicylic acid and bagasse compost addition to soil reduced deleterious effects of salinity on wheat. Arabian Journal of Geosciences
  11. Effect of pyrolysis temperature on biochar microstructural evolution, physicochemical characteristics, and its influence on biochar/polypropylene composites. Applied Sciences
  12. Effect of poultry litter biochar on chromium (Cr) bioavailability and accumulation in spinach (Spinacia oleracea) grown in Cr-polluted soil. Arabian Journal of Geosciences


      PUBLICATIONS FOR YEAR 2018

  1. Synthesis of biochar from sugarcane filter-cake and its impacts on physiological performance of lettuce (Lettuce sativa) grown on cadmium contaminated soil. Arabian Journal of Geosciences

  2. Residual impact of biochar on cadmium uptake by rice (Oryza sativa L.) grown in Cd-contaminated soil. Arabian Journal of Geosciences

  3. Effect of coal and wood ash on phosphorus immobilization in different textured soils. Arabian Journal of Geosciences

  4. Effects of biochar on growth, photosynthesis, and chromium (Cr) uptake in Brassica rapa L. under Cr stress. Arabian Journal of Geosciences

  5. Effect of biochar and quicklime on growth of wheat and physicochemical properties of Ultisols. Arabian Journal of Geosciences

  6. Biochar composites with nano zerovalent iron and eggshell powder for nitrate removal from aqueous solution with coexisting chloride ions. Environmental Science and Pollution Research

  7. A critical review of mechanisms involved in the adsorption of organic and inorganic contaminants through biochar. Arabian Journal of Geosciences

  8. An efficient phosphorus scavenging from aqueous solution using magnesiothermally modified bio-calcite. Environmental technology

  9. Adsorption and thermodynamic mechanisms of manganese removal from aqueous media by biowaste-derived biochars.Journal of Molecular Liquids

  10. Influence of bioenergy waste biochar on proton-and ligand-promoted release of Pb and Cu in a shooting range soil. Science of the Total Environment

  11. Operational control on environmental safety of potentially toxic elements during thermal conversion of metal-accumulator invasive ragweed to biochar. Journal of Cleaner Production

  12. Pyrolytic and hydrothermal carbonization of date palm leaflets: Characteristics and ecotoxicological effects on seed germination of lettuce. Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences

  13. Date palm biochar-polymer composites: An investigation of electrical, mechanical, thermal and rheological characteristics.  Science of The Total Environment

  14. Phosphorus-loaded biochar changes soil heavy metals availability and uptake potential of maize (Zea mays L.) plants. Chemosphere

  15. Soil Enzyme Activities in Waste Biochar Amended Multi-Metal Contaminated Soil; Effect of Different Pyrolysis Temperatures and Application Rates. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis

  16. Environmental consequences of dam construction: a case study from Saudi Arabia. Arabian Journal of Geosciences

  17. A comparison of two digestion methods for assessing heavy metals level in urban soils influenced by mining and industrial activities. Journal of environmental management

  18. Carbon mineralization and biochemical effects of short-term wheat straw in crude oil contaminated sandy soil. Applied Geochemistry


     Publications for year 2017

  1. Date palm waste biochars alter a soil respiration, microbial biomass carbon, and heavy metal mobility in contaminated mined soil. Environmental geochemistry and health

  2. Date palm waste-derived biochar composites with silica and zeolite: synthesis, characterization and implication for carbon stability and recalcitrant potential. Environmental geochemistry and health

  3. Advances and future directions of biochar characterization methods and applications.Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology

  4. Determining soil quality in urban agricultural regions by soil enzyme-based index. Environmental geochemistry and health

  5. Geostatistical methods in evaluating spatial variability of groundwater quality in Al-Kharj Region, Saudi Arabia. Applied Water Science

  6. Removal of Cr (VI) and Toxic Ions from Aqueous Solutions and Tannery Wastewater Using Polymer-Clay Composites. Sustainability

  7. Impact of Biochar Properties on Soil Conditions and Agricultural Sustainability: A Review.land degradation and development

  8. Aging effect of organic and inorganic fertilizers on phosphorus fractionation in a calcareous sandy loam soil. Pedosphere

  9. Organoclay-based nanoparticles from montmorillonite and natural clay deposits: Synthesis, characteristics, and application for MTBE removal.Applied Clay Science

  10. Biochar soil amendment on alleviation of drought and salt stress in plants: a critical review. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 

  11. Biochar-induced changes in soil properties affected immobilization/mobilization of metals/metalloids in contaminated soils. Journal of soils and sediments

  12. Bioenergy-derived waste biochar for reducing mobility, bioavailability, and phytotoxicity of chromium in anthropized tannery soil. Journal of soils and sediments

  13. Effect of corn residue biochar on the hydraulic properties of sandy loam soil. Sustainability

  14. Trace metal levels, sources, and ecological risk assessment in a densely agricultural area from Saudi Arabia.Environmental monitoring and assessment

  15. Biochar, a potential hydroponic growth substrate, enhances the nutritional status and growth of leafy vegetables. Journal of Cleaner Production

  16. Effects of conocarpus biochar on hydraulic properties of calcareous sandy soil: influence of particle size and application depth. Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science

  17.  Biochars as Potential Adsorbers of CH4,CO2 and H2S. Sustainability   


    Publications for year 2016

  1. Lead and copper immobilization in a shooting range soil using soybean stover- and pine needle-derived biochars: Chemical, microbial and spectroscopic  assessments. Journal of Hazardous Materials 

  2. Impact of soybean stover- and pine needle-derived biochars on Pb and As mobility, microbial community, and carbon stability in a contaminated agricultural soil.Journal of Environmental Management   

  3. Vegetation cover change detection and assessment in arid environment using multi-temporal remote sensing images and ecosystem management approach. Solid Earth    

  4. Mechanistic modeling of glyphosate interaction with rice husk derived engineered biochar. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 

  5. Conocarpus Biochar Induces Changes in Soil Nutrient Availability and Tomato Growth under Saline Irrigation.Pedosphere   

  6. Process of Date Palm Biochar for Aqueous Cd (II) Removal: Efficiency and Mechanisms. Water, Air and Soil Pollution  

  7. Organoclay-based nanoparticles from montmorillonite and natural clay deposits: Synthesis, characteristics, and application for MTBE removal. Applied Clay Science

  8. Chemically modified biochar produced from conocarpus waste increases NO3 removal from aqueous solutions.Environmental Geochemistry and Health  

  9. Identification, Quantification, and Toxicity of PCDDs and PCDFs in Soils from Industrial Areas in the Central and Eastern Regions of Saudi Arabia.Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology

  10. Chlorpyrifos-induced biomarkers in Japanese medaka (Oryziaslatipes).Environmental Science and Pollution Research

  11.  Effects of conocarpus biochar on hydraulic properties of calcareous sandy soil: influence of particle size and application depth.Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science

  12.  Hydrochemical characterization of groundwater under agricultural land in arid environment: a case study of Al-Kharj,Saudi ArabiaArabian Journal of Geosciences

  13. Sulphamethazine in poultry manure changes carbon and nitrogen mineralisation in soils.Chemistry and Ecology 

  14. Equilibrium and kinetic mechanisms of woody biochar on aqueous glyphosate removal. Chemosphere

  15. Preparation of Activated and Non-Activated Carbon from Conocarpus Pruning Waste as Low-Cost Adsorbent for Removal of Heavy Metal Ions from Aqueous Solution.BioResources

  16. Levels, Sources, and Risk Assessment of Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) in Soils from Industrial Areas: A Case Study from Saudi Arabia. Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds

  17. High-efficiency remediation of cadmium (Cd2+) from aqueous solution using poultry manure– and farmyardmanure–derived biochars. Separation Science and Technology

  18. Chemically modified clinoptolite and naturally occurring deposits enhance NO3 ions removal from aqueous solutions. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin

   

     Publication before 2015

  1. Enhanced sulfamethazine removal by steam-activated invasive plant-derived biochar.Journal of Hazardous Materials

  2. Mechanisms of antimony adsorption onto soybean stover-derived biochar in aqueous solutions.Journal of Environmental Management

  3. Biochar production from date palm waste: Charring temperature induced changes in composition and surface chemistry. Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 

  4. Bioenergy-derived waste biochar for reducing mobility, bioavailability, and phytotoxicity of chromium in anthropized tannery soil. Journal of Soils and Sediments

  5.  Photolysis degradation of polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) onsurface sandy soil. Environmental Science and Pollution Research

  6. Dynamics of CO2 Emission and Biochemical Properties of a Sandy Calcareous Soil Amended with Conocarpus Waste and Biochar. Pedosphere

  7. Carbon mineralization and nutrient availability in calcareous sandy soils amended with woody waste  biochar. Chemosphere

  8. Adsorptive Removal of Trichloroethylene in Water by Crop Residue Biochars Pyrolyzed at Contrasting Temperatures: Continuous Fixed-Bed Experiments. Journal of Chemistry

  9. Environmental assessment of tannery wastes in relation to dumpsite soil: a case study from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Arabian Journal of Geosciences

  10.  Conocarpus biochar as a soil amendment for reducing heavy metal availability and uptake by maize plants.Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences.

  11. Pyrolysis condition affected sulfamethazine sorption by tea waste biochars. Bioresource Technology

  12.  Pyrolysis temperature induced changes in characteristics and chemical composition of biochar produced from conocarpus wastes. Bioresource Technology

  13. Heavy metal contamination in sediments and mangroves from the coast of Red Sea: Avicennia marina as potential metal bioccumulator. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety

  14. Quality assessment of various bottled waters marketed in Saudi Arabia. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment

  15. Evaluation of groundwater for arsenic contamination using hydrogeochemical properties and multivariate statistical methods in Saudi Arabia. Journal of Chemistry

  16. Effect of Conocarpus Biochar Application on the Hydraulic Properties of a Sandy Loam Soil. Soil Science

  17. Effects of Lime-Based Waste Materials on Immobilization and Phytoavailability of Cadmium and Lead in Contaminated Soil. Clean Soil Air Water

  18. Chemically Modified Biochar Produced from Conocarpus Wastes: An Efficient Sorbent for Fe(II) Removal from Acidic Aqueous Solutions. Adsorption Science and Technology

  19. An assessment of the utilization of waste resources for the immobilization of Pb and Cu in the soil from a Korean military shooting range. Environmental Earth Sciences

  20.  Effect of sewage sludge on some chemical properties of calcareous sandy soils. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis