- M. Agarwal, R. Rathore, A. Black, X. Xu, J. Seaman, A. Chauhan. 2020. Announcing a Culture Collection of Uranium Resistant Microbial Assemblages (CURMA) Obtained from Metalliferous Soils of the Savannah River Site (SRS), USA. Microbiology-Resource Announcements, 9(30): e00551-20.
- A. Pathak, R. Jaswal, X. Xu, J. R. White, B. Edwards III, et. al. 2020. Characterization of bacterial and fungal assemblages from historically contaminated metalliferous soils using metagenomics coupled with diffusion chambers and microbial traps. Frontiers in Microbiology, doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2020.01024.
- X. Xu, G. Mills, A. Lindell, E. Peck, A. Korotasz, E. Burgess. 2019. The performance of a free surface and metal-removing constructed wetland: How a young wetland becomes mature. Ecological Engineering, 123:32-38.
- X. Xu, A. L. Bryan, G. Mills, A. Krotasz. 2019. Mercury speciation, bioavailability, and biomagnification in contaminated streams on the Savannah River Site (SC, USA). Science of the Total Environment, 668(10): 261-270.
- E. Neff, A. L. Coleman, R. W. Maness, M. Tanelus, X. Xu, G. Dharmarajan. 2019. Effects of methylmercury on mosquito oviposition behavior: Maladaptive response to non-toxic exposure. Science of the Total Environment, 667(1): 248-254.
- R. R. Philipps, X. Xu, G. L. Mills, R. B. Bringolf. 2019. Evaluation of DGT technique for predicting uptake of metal mixtures by fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas) and yellow lampmussel (Lampsilis cariosa). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 38(1): 61-70.
- X. Xu, G. Mills. 2018. Do constructed wetlands remove metals or increase metal bioavailability? Journal of Environmental Management, 218(15): 245-255.
- A. Pathak, R. Jaswal, X. Xu, A. Chauhan. 2018. Draft genome sequence of Serratia sp. strain S1B isolated from a mercury contaminated soil. Genome Announcements (genome A), 6(25): e00534-18.
- R. R. Philipps, X. Xu, G. L. Mills, R. B. Bringolf. 2018. Evaluation of diffusive gradients in thin-films for prediction of copper bioaccumulation by yellow lampmussel (Lampsilis cariosa) and fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 37(6): 1535-1544.
- R. R. Philipps, X. Xu, R. B. Bringolf, G. L. Mills. 2018. Impact of natural organic matter and increased water hardness on DGT prediction of copper bioaccumulation by yellow lampmussel (Lampsilis cariosa) and fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas). Environmental Pollution, 241: 451-458.
Prior to 2016
- X. Xu, W. X. Wang. 2016. Mercury exposure and source tracking in distinct marine-caged fish farm in southern China. Environmental Pollution, 220(B): 1138-1146.
- X. Xu, Q. Zhang, W. X. Wang. 2016. Linking stable mercury, carbon, and nitrogen isotopes in fish from two lakes of Tibetan Plateau. Scientific Reports 6, Article number: 25394. DOI: 10.1038/srep25394.
- X. Xu, W. X. Wang. 2015. Isotopic fractionation during the uptake and elimination of inorganic mercury by a marine fish, Environmental Pollution, 206: 202-208.
- X. Xu, M. C. Newman. 2014. Mercury exposure as a function of fish consumption in two Asian communities in coastal Virginia, USA. Archive of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 68(3): 462-475.
- X. Xu, M. C. Newman, M. C. Fabrizio, L. Liang. 2013. An ecologically-framed mercury survey of finfish of the lower Chesapeake Bay. Archive of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 65: 510-520.
- J. Wang, M. C. Newman, X. Xu, L. Liang. 2012. Higher and more variable methylmercury biomagnification factors for floodplain than the contiguous river (South River, Virginia USA). Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 92: 191-198.
- M. C. Newman, X. Xu, A. Condon, L. Liang. 2011. Floodplain methylmercury biomagnification factor higher than that of the contiguous river (South River, Virginia USA). Environmental Pollution, 159(10): 2840-2844.
- M. C. Newman, X. Xu, C. F. Cotton, K. R. Tom. 2011. High Mercury concentrations reflect trophic ecology of three deep-water Chondrichthyans. Archive of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 60(4): 618-625.
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