BARGE member profile — Dr Paul Nathanail

Dr Paul Nathanail

School of Geography, University of Nottingham
University Park
United Kingdom



Cave, M R, Vane, C H, Kim, A, Moss-Hayes, V L, Wragg, J, Richardson, C L, Harrison, H, Nathanail, P, Thoams, R, and Wills, G.  2015.  Measurement and modelling of the ingestion bioaccessibility of polyaromatic hydrocarbons in soils.  Environmental Technology & Innovation, 3, 35–45.

Naidu, R, Cahnney, R, McConnell, S, Johnston, N, Semple, K T, McGrath, S, Dries, V, Nathanail, P, Harmsen, J, Pruszinski, A, MacMillan, J, and Palanisami, T.  2015.  Towards bioavailability-based soil criteria: past, present and future perspectives.  Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22, 8779–8785.


Cave, M R, Wragg, J, Harrison, I, Vane, C H, Van de Wiele, T, De Groeve, E, Nathanail, C P, Ashmore, M, Thomas, R, Robinson, J, and Daly, P.  2010.  Comparison of batch mode and dynamic physiologically based bioaccessibility tests for PAHs in soil samples.  Environmental Technology & Innovation, 44, 2654–2660.


Nathanail, C P, and Smith, R.  2007.  Incorporating bioaccessibility in detailed quantitative human health risk assessments.  Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, 42, 1193–1202.

Nathanail, C P, McCaffrey,C, and Haynes, D.  2005.  Assessing exposure to pedogenic arsenic contamination at a dwelling in Northamptonshire, UK: a case study.  Soil Use and Management, 21, 508–517

Wragg, J, Cave, M, and Nathanail, P.  2007.  A study of the relationship between arsenic bioaccessibility and its solid-phase distribution in soils from Wellingborough, UK.  Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, 42, 1303–1315.


Young, S, Nathanail, P, and Davies, B.  2005.  Characterisation of contaminated land.  Soil Use and Management, 21, 439.

Nathanail, C P.  2005.  Generic and site-specific criteria in assessment of human health risk from contaminated soil.  Soil Use and Management, 21, 500–507.


Nathanail, C P.  2004.  The use and misuse of CLR 7 acceptance tests for assessment of risks to human health from contaminated land.  Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 37, 361–367.

Nathanail, P, McCaffrey, C, Ogden, R, Forster, N, Gillett, A, and Haynes, D.  2004.  Uptake of arsenic by vegetables for human consumption: a study of Wellingborough allotment plots.  Land Contamination & Reclamation, 12, 219–238.