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Research Publications of Dr. Javed Nawab Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Sciences

Research Publications of Dr. Javed Nawab Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Sciences in the Year 2017-19

Dr. Javed Nawab, Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Sciences during 2017-2019 published 20 manuscripts with a total Impact factor more than 66 in international peer reviewed journals such as, Journal of Environmental Management, Journal of Environmental Sciences, Science of the Total Environment, Microorganisms, Chemosphere, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Ecological Engineering, Frontiers in Physiology, Environmental Technology & Innovation, Jornal of Geophysical Research, Exposure and Health and Journal of Soils and Sediments. The detailed information about the research publications are listed below

Title: Contamination features, geo-accumulation, enrichments and human health risks of toxic heavy metal (loids) from fish consumption collected along Swat river, Pakistan. 
      Journal name: Environmental Technology & Innovation.
      IF: 2.8
Title: Enhanced Production of Fatty Acid Ethyl Ester with Engineered fabHDG Operon in Escherichia coli. 
Journal name: Microorganisms 
 IF: 4.16

Title: Release of perfluoroalkyl substances from melting glacier of the Tibetan Plateau: Insights into the impact of global warming on the cycling of emerging pollutants.
Journal Name: Jornal of Geophysical Research: Atmosphere.
 IF 3.6

Title: Antibiotics in poultry manure and their associated health issues: a systematic review. 
Journal name: Journal of Soils and Sediments
 IF 2.6

Title: LCA of Hospital Solid Waste Treatment Alternatives in a Developing Country: The Case of District Swat, Pakistan. 
Journal name: Sustainability
IF 2.6

Title: Seasonal dynamics, record of ticks infesting humans, wild and domestic animals and molecular phylogeny of Rhipicephalus microplus in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan. 
Journal name: Frontiers in Physiology
 IF 3.2

Title: Influence of different organic geo-sorbents on Spinacia Oleracea grown in chromite mine-degraded soil. A green house study. Journal name: Journal of Soils and Sediments
 IF 2.6

Title: Minimizing the risk to human health due to the ingestion of arsenic and toxic metals in vegetables by the application of biochar, farmyard manure and peat moss..
Journal name: Journal of Environmental Management

Title: Ecological and health risk assessment of potentially toxic elements in the major rivers of Pakistan: General population vs. Fishermen.
Journal name: Chemosphere.
IF 5.20

Title: Levels, dietary intake, and health risk of potentially toxic metals in vegetables, fruits, and cereal crops in Pakistan  Journal Name: Environmental Science and Pollution Research
IF: (2.80)

Title: Spatial distribution of toxic metals in drinking water sources and their associated health risk in district buner, Northern Pakistan
IF. 2.206

Title: Potentially toxic metals and biological contamination in drinking water sources in chromite mining-impacted areas of Pakistan: a comparative study. 
Journal Name: Exposure & Health,
 IF 4.80

Title: Ar/O2 plasma treatment of carbon nanotube membranes for enhanced removal of zinc from water and wastewater: A dynamic sorption-filtration process.
Journal Name:  Science of the Total Environment
 IF. (5.5)
Journal name: Energies,
IF. 2.707

Title: The influence of various organic amendments on the bioavailability and plant uptake of cadmium present in mine-degraded soil. Journal name: Science of the Total Environment
IF. (5.5)

Journal name: International journal of Environmental Science and Technology.
IF 2.159

Title: Prevalent fecal contamination in drinking water resources and potential health risks in Swat, Pakistan
IF: (3.55)

Title: Appraisement, source apportionment and health risk of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (pahs) in vehicle-wash wastewater, Pakistan.
Journal Name:  Science of the Total Environment
IF: 5.5

Title: Congener-specific evaluation of biota-sediment accumulation factor model for HCHs and DDTs under small-scale in situ riverine condition. 
Journal name: Journal of Soils & Sediments
IF 2.627

Title: Remediating industrial wastewater containing potentially toxic elements with four freshwater algae.
Journal name: Ecological Engineering
IF 3.406