Google scholar citations: 2034, h index: 19; i-10 index: 28 (June 2, 2017)


  1. Li, J., Reardon, P., McKinley, J.P., Joshi, S.R., Bai, Y., Bear, K., and Jaisi, D.  Water column particulate matter: A key contributor to phosphorus regeneration in coastal eutrophic environment, the Chesapeake Bay. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences (122, DOI:10.1002/2016JG003572).
  2. Li, J., Bai, Y., Bear, K., Joshi, S.R., and Jaisi, D. Phosphorus availability and turnover in the Chesapeake Bay: Insights from nutrient stoichiometry and phosphate oxygen isotope ratios. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences (122, DOI:10.1002/2016JG003589).
  3. Kanjanarong, J., Giri, B.S., Jaisi, D.P., Oliveira, F.R., Boonsawang, P., Chaiprapat, S., Singh, R.S.,  Balakrishna, A., Khanal, S.K. Removal of hydrogen sulfide generated during anaerobic treatment of sulfate-laden wastewater using biochar: Evaluation of efficiency and mechanisms. Bioresource Technology, 235, 115-121.
  4. Sun, M., Alikhani, J., Massoudieh, A., Greiner, R., and Jaisi, D.P. Phytate degradation by different phosphohydrolase enzymes: Contrasting kinetics, decay rates, pathways, and isotope effects. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 81, 61-75.


  1.  Jaisi, D.P., Li, H., Wallace, A.F., Paudel, P., Sun, M., Balakrishna, A. and Lerch, R. Mechanisms of bond cleavage during Mn oxide and UV degradation of glyphosate: Results from phosphate oxygen isotopes and molecular simulations.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry64, 8474-8482.
  2. Blake, R.E., Surkov, A.V., Stout, L.M., Li, H., Chang, S.J., Jaisi, D.P., Colman, A.S. and Liang, Y. (2016). DNA thermometry: A universal biothermometer in the 18O/16O ratio of PO4 in DNA. American Journal of Science , 316, 813-838.
  3. Wang, D., Xie, Y., Jaisi, D.P. and Jin, Y. Effects of low-molecular-weight organic acids on the dissolution of hydroxyapatite nanoparticles. Environmental Science: Nano (DOI: 10.1039/C6EN00085A).
  4. Feng, X., Yan, Y., Wan, B., Li, W., Jaisi, D.P., Zheng, L., Zhang, J., and Liu, F. Enhanced dissolution and transformation of ZnO nanoparticles: The role of inositol hexakisphosphate. Environmental Science & Technology, 50, 5651-5660.
  5. Li, H., Joshi, S.R. and Jaisi, D.P. Degradation and isotope source tracking of glyphosate and aminomethylphosphonic acid (AMPA). Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry64, 529-538.
  6. Joshi, S.R., Li, X.L. and Jaisi, D.P. Transformation of phosphorus pools in an agricultural soil: An application of 18-O labeling of phosphate. Soil Science Society of America Journal 80, 69–78.
  7. Stout, L.M., Nguyen, T. and Jaisi, D.P. Relationship of phytate, phytate mineralizing bacteria and beta-propeller genes along a coastal tributary to the Chesapeake Bay. Soil Science Society of America Journal 80, 84–96.


  1. Wang, D., Jin, Y. and Jaisi, D.P. Cotransport of hydroxyapatite nanoparticles and hematite colloids in saturated porous media: Mechanistic insights from mathematical modeling and phosphate oxygen isotope fractionation. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology,182, 194-209.
  2. Schellenger, A.E.P., Onnis-Hayden, A., Jaisi, D.P. and Larese-Casanova, P. Oxygen kinetic isotope effects in selenate during microbial reduction. Applied Geochemistry,63, 261-271.
  3. Wu, J., Paudel, P., Sun, M.J., Joshi, S.R., Stout, L.M., Greiner, R. and Jaisi, D.P. Mechanisms and pathways of phytate degradation: Evidence from oxygen isotope ratios of phosphate, HPLC, and phosphorus-31 NMR spectroscopy. Soil Science Society of America Journal 79, 1615-1628.
  4. Li, H. and Jaisi, D.P. An Isotope labeling approach to investigate atom exchange during phosphate sorption and desorption. Soil Science Society of America Journ- al 79,1340-1351.
  5. Wang, D., Jin, Y. and Jaisi, D. Effect of size selective retention on the co-transport of hydroxyapatite and goethite nanoparticles in saturated porous media. Environmental Science & Technology 49, 8461-8470.
  6. Upreti, K., Joshi, S.R., McGrath, J. and Jaisi, D.P. Factors controlling phosphorus mobilization in a coastal plain tributary to the Chesapeake Bay. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 79, 815-825.
  7. Ladin, Z., D'Amico, V., Jaisi, D.P. and Shriver, W.G. Is brood parasitism related to host nestling diet and nutrition? The Auk: Ornithological Advances,132, 717-734.
  8. Paudel, P., Negusse, N. and Jaisi, D.P. Birnessite catalyzed degradation of glyphosate: A mechanistic study aided by kinetics batch studies and NMR spectroscopy. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 79, 826-837.
  9. Wang, D., Jaisi, D.P., Yan J., Jin, Y. and Zhou, D. Transport and retention of polyvinylpyrrolidone-coated silver nanoparticles in natural soils. Vadose Zone Journal, DOI: 10.2136/v15.01.007.
  10. Joshi, S.R., Kukkadapu, R., Burdige, D., Bowden, M., Sparks, D.L. and Jaisi, D.P. Organic matter remineralization predominates phosphorus cycling in the mid-Bay sediments in the Chesapeake Bay. Environmental Science & Technology49, 5887-5896.
  11. Li, W., Joshi, S.R., Hou, G., Burdige, D., Sparks, D.L. and Jaisi, D.P. Characterizing the phosphorus speciation in Chesapeake Bay sediments using 31P NMR and X-ray absorption fine spectroscopy. Environmental Science & Technology49, 203-211.


  1. Stout, L.M., Joshi, S.R., Kana, T. and Jaisi, D.P. Microbial activities and phosphorus cycling: an application of oxygen isotope ratios in phosphate. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta138, 101-116.
  2. Jaisi, D.P., Blake, R.E., Liang, Y. and Chan, S.J. Exploration of compound-specific organic-inorganic phosphorus transformation using stable isotope ratios in phosphate. In Applied manure and nutrient chemistry for sustainable agriculture and environment (Eds Z. He and H. Zhang). ISBN 978-94-017-8806-9. pp 267-292.
  3. Wang, D., Ge, L., He, J., Zhang, W., Jaisi, D. and Zhou, D. Hyperexponential and nonmonotonic retention of polyvinylpyrrolidone-coated silver nanoparticles in an ultisol.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology164, 35-48.
  4. Jaisi, D.P. and Blake, R.E . Advances in using oxygen isotope ratios of phosphate to understand phosphorus cycling in the environment.  Advances in Agronomy125, 1-54.


  1. Jaisi, D.P. Stable isotope fractionations during reactive transport of phosphate in packed-bed sediment columns. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology154, 10-19.
  2. Rodrigues, D.F.,  Jaisi, D.P. and Elimelech, M. Toxicity of functionalized single-walled carbon nanotubes on soil microbial communities: Implications for nutrient cycling in soil. Environmental Science & Technology47, 625-633.


  1. Jaisi, D.P., Kukkadapu, R.K., Stout, L.M., Varga, T. and Blake, R.E. (2011). Biotic and abiotic pathways of phosphorus cycling in minerals and sediments: Insights from oxygen isotope ratios in phosphate." Environmental Science & Technology 45, 6254-6261.
  2. Jaisi, D.P., Eberl, D.D., Kim, J.-W. and Dong, H. (2011). The formation of illite from nontronite by mesophilic and thermophilic bacterial reaction. Clays and Clay Minerals 59, 21-33.


  1. Jaisi, D.P. and Blake, R.E. Tracing sources and cycling of phosphorus in Peru Margin sediments using oxygen isotopes in authigenic and detrital phosphates. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 74, 3199-3212
  2. Jaisi, D.P., Kukkadapu, R.K. and Blake, R.E. Fractionation of oxygen isotopes in phosphate during its interactions with iron oxides. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 74, 1309-1319.
  3. Petosa, A.R., Jaisi, D.P., Quevedo, I.R., Elimelech, M. and Tufenkji, N. Aggregation and deposition of engineered nanomaterials in aquatic environments: Role of physicochemical interactions. Environmental Science & Technology 44, 6532-6549.
  4. Bishop, M.E., Jaisi, D.P., Dong, H., Kukkadapu, R.K. and Ji, J.F. Bioavailability of Fe(III) in loess sediments: an important source of electron acceptors. Clays and Clay Minerals 58, 542-557.


  1. Dong, H.L., Jaisi, D.P., Kim, J. and Zhang, G.X. Microbe-clay mineral interactions. American Mineralogist 94, 1505-1519.
  2. Jaisi, D.P., Dong, H.L., Plymale, A.E., Fredrickson, J.K., Zachara, J.M., Heald, S. and Liu, C.X. Reduction and long-term immobilization of technetium by Fe(II) associated with clay mineral nontronite. Chemical Geology 264, 127-138.
  3. Jaisi, D.P. and Elimelech, M. Single-walled carbon nanotubes exhibit limited transport in soil columns. Environmental Science & Technology 43, 9161-9166.


  1. Jaisi, D.P., Saleh, N., Blake, R.E. and Elimelech, M.  Transport of single-walled carbon nanotubes in porous media: filtration mechanisms and reversibility. Environmental Science & Technology42, 8317-8323.
  2. Jaisi, D.P., Liu, C., Dong, H., Blake, R.E. and Fein, J. Fe2+ sorption onto NAu-2. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta72, 5361–5371.
  3. Jaisi, D.P., Ji, S., Dong, H, Eberl, D., Blake, R. and Kim, J-W. Role of microbial Fe(III) reduction and solution chemistry in aggregation and settling of suspended particles in the Mississippi River delta plain, Louisiana, USA. Clays and Clay Minerals 56, 416-428.
  4. Jaisi, D.P., Dhital, M.R. and Panthee, S. Geology of the Kusma-Behadi fold belt area, Lesser Himalaya, central west Nepal. Himalayan Geology29, 118-125.
  5. Jaisi, D.P., Dong, H. and Morton, J.P. Partitioning of Fe(II) in reduced nontronite (NAu-2) to reactive sites: reactivity in terms of Tc(VII) reduction. Clays and Clay Minerals 56, 175-189.


  1. Jaisi, D.P., Dong, H. and Liu, C. Kinetic analysis of microbial reduction of Fe(III) in nontronite. Environmental Science & Technology 41, 2434-2444.
  2. Jaisi, D.P., Dong, H. and Liu, C. Influence of biogenic Fe(II) on the extent of microbial reduction of Fe(III) in clay minerals nontronite, illite, and chlorite. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 71, 1145-1158.
  3. Jaisi, D.P., Dong, H., Kim, J.W., He, Z. and Morton, J. Nontronite particle aggregation induced by microbial Fe(III) reduction and exo-polysaccharide production. Clays and Clay Minerals 55, 98–109.


  1. Jaisi, D.P., Kukkadapu, R.K., Eberl, D.D. and Dong, H. Control of Fe(III) site occupancy on the extent and rate of microbial Fe(III) reduction in nontronite. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 69, 5429-5440.
  2. Jaisi, D.P., Glawe, U. and Bergado, D.T. Hydraulic behavior of geosynthetic and granular landfill drainage materials in Sa Kaeo Landfill, Thailand. Geotextiles & Geomembranes 23, 185-204.