Prof. Tasios Karathanasis

University of Kentucky, USA




1982  Ph.D., Auburn University, USA

1978  M.Sc., University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Agronomy Department. USA

1969  B.Sc., University of Thessaloniki, Greece

Publications (Selected)

  1. Karathanasis, A.D. 2000. Colloid-Mediated Transport of Pb through Soil Porous Media. Intern. J. Environ. Studies, 57: 579-596.
  2. Barton, C.D., A.D. Karathanasis, and G. Chalfant. 2001. Influence of Acidic Atmospheric Deposition on Soil Solution Composition in the Daniel Boone National Forest, Kentucky. Environ. Geol., DOI 10.1007/s00254-001-0450-6., 41:672-682. Barton, C.D. and A.D. Karathanasis. 2002. A Novel Method for Measurement and Characterization of Soil Macroporosity. Commun. Soil Sci. & Plant Anal., 33:1305-1322.
  3. Barton, C.D. and A.D. Karathanasis. 2003. Influence of Soil Colloids on the Migration of Atrazine and Zn through Large Soil Monoliths. Air, Soil & Water Pollution, 143:3-21.
  4. Karathanasis, A.D., Y.L. Thompson, and C.D. Barton. 2003. Long-Term Evaluations of Seasonally Saturated “Wetlands” in Western Kentucky. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., 67: 662-673.
  5. Karathanasis, A.D, and C.M. Johnson. 2003. Metal Removal Potential by Three Aquatic Plants in an Acid Mine Drainage Wetland. Mine Water Environ. J., 22: 22-30.
  6. Karathanasis, A.D., C.L. Potter, and M.S. Coyne. 2003. Vegetation Effects on Fecal Bacteria, BOD, and TSS Removal in Constructed Wetlands Treating Domestic Wastewater. J. Ecol. Engin., 20: 157-169.
  7. Barton, C.D. and A.D. Karathanasis. 2003. Colloid-Enhanced Desorption of Zn in Soil Monoliths. Intern. J. Environ. Studies, 60:395-409.
  8. Pils, J.R.V., A.D. Karathanasis, and T.G. Mueller. 2004. Concentration of Six Trace Metals in Northern Kentucky Soils. J. Soil & Sedim. Contam., 13:37-51.
  9. Hartsock, N.J., T.G.Mueller, A.D. Karathanasis, and P.L. Cornelius. 2005. Interpreting Electrical Conductivity and Terrain Attribute Variability with Soil Surveys. J. Precision Agriculture, 6:53-72.
  10. Karathanasis, A.D., C. Johnson, and C.J. Matocha. 2005. Biosolid-Colloid Mediated Transport of Cu, Zn, and Pb in Waste-Amended Soils. J. Environ. Qual., 34: 1153-1164.
  11. D’Angelo, E.M., A.D. Karathanasis, J.E. Sparks, S.A. Ritchey, and S.A. Wehr-McChesney. 2005. Soil Carbon and Microbial Communities at Mitigated and Late Succesional Bottomland Forest Wetlands. Wetlands, 25: 162-175.
  12. Karathanasis, A.D., and J.R.V. Pils. 2005. Solid-Phase Fractionation of Selected Trace Metals in Some Northern Kentucky Soils. J. Soil & Sedim. Contam., 14: 293-308.
  13. Matocha, C.J., A.D. Karathanasis, S. Rakshit, and K. M. Wagner. 2005. Reduction of Cu(II) by Fe(II). J. Environ. Qual. 34: 1539-1546.
  14. Mueller, T.G., H. Cetin, R.A. Fleming, C.R. Dillon, A.D. Karathanasis, and S.A. Shearer. 2005. Erosion probability maps: Calibrating Precision Agriculture Data with Soil Surveys Using Logistic Regression. J. Soil Water Conserv., 60: 462-468.
  15. Mueller, T.G., S.R.K. Dhanikonda, N.B. Pusuluri, A.D. Karathanasis, K.K. Mathias, B. Mijatovic, and B.G. Sears. 2005. Optimizing Inverse Distance Weighted Interpolation with Cross-Validation. Soil Sci., 170: 504-515.
  16. 16.Karathanasis, A.D. and C. Johnson. 2006. Stability and Transportability of Biosolid         Colloids Through Undisturbed Soil Monoliths. Geoderma, 130: 334-345.
  17. Karathanasis, A.D. and C. Johnson. 2006. Subsurface Transport of Cd, Cr, and Mo, Mediated by Biosolid Colloids. Sci. Total Environ., 354: 157-169.
  18. Karathanasis, A.D. 2006. Comments on “Transport of Biosolids in Waste-Amended Soils”, A.D. Karathanasis et al., Letters to the Editor, J. Environ. Qual., 35: 1-2.
  19. Karathanasis, A.D., T.G. Mueller, B. Boone, and Y.L. Thompson. 2006. Nutrient Removal from Septic Effluents as Affected by Soil Thickness and Texture. J. Water & Health, 04.2:177-195.
  20. Karathanasis, A.D., T.G. Mueller, B. Boone, and Y.L. Thompson. 2006. Effect of Soil Depth and Texture on Fecal Bacteria Removal from Septic Effluents. J. Water & Health, 04.3: 395-404.
  21. Thompson, Y.L., B. C. Sandefur, and A.D. Karathanasis. 2007. Hydrologic and Edaphic Characteristics of three Mountain Wetlands in Southeastern Kentucky, USA. Wetlands 27: 174-188.
  22. Maharaj, S., C.D. Barton, A.D. Karathanasis, H.D. Rowe, and S.M. Rimmer. 2007.      Distinguishing “New” from “Old” Organic Carbon on Reclaimed Coal Mine Sites Using Thermogravimetry: I. Method Development. Soil Science 172: 292-301.
  23. Maharaj, S., C.D. Barton, A.D. Karathanasis, H.D. Rowe, and S.M. Rimmer. 2007. Distinguishing “New” from “Old” Organic Carbon on Reclaimed Coal Mine Sites Using Thermogravimetry: II. Field validation. Soil Science 172: 302-312.
  24. Terzakis, S., M.S. Foundoulakis, I Georgaki, D. Albantakis, I. Sabathianakis, A.D. Karathanasis and T. Manios (2008). Constructed Wetlands Treating Highway Runoff in the Central Mediterranean Region. Chemosphere 72: 141-149.
  25. D’Angelo, E., C. Kovzelove, and A.D. Karathanasis. 2008. Carbon Sequestration          Processes in Temperate Soils with Different Chemical Properties and Management Histories. Soil Sci. 174: 45-55.
  26. Thompson, Y.L., B. C. Sandefur, A.D. Karathanasis and E.M. D’Angelo. 2009. Redox Potential and Seasonal Porewater Biogeochemistry of Three Mountain Wetlands in Southeastern, Kentucky, USA. Aquatic Geochem. 15: 349-370.
  27. Hamilton, N.J., B. Mijatovic, T.G. Mueller, B.D. Lee, B.W. Kew, H. Cetin, and A.D. Karathanasis. 2009. Google Earth Dissemination of Soil Survey Derived Interpretations for Land –Use Planning. Journal of Extension(
  28. Manios, T., M.S. Foundoulakis, and A.D. Karathanasis. 2009. Construction Simplicity and Cost as Selection Criteria Between Two Types of Constructed Wetlands Treating Highway Runoff. Environ. Management, 43:908-920.
  29. Pike, A.C., T.G. Mueller, A. Schorgendorfer, S.A. Shearer, and A.D. Karathanasis. 2009. Erosion Index Derived from Terrain Attributes Using Logistic Regression and Neural Networks: An Approach fro Precision Conservation. Agron. J. 101: 1068-1079.
  30. Karathanasis, A.D. and P.D. Shumaker. 2009. Organic and Inorganic Phosphate Interactions with Soil Hydroxyinterlayered Minerals. J. Soil & Sedim. 9: 501-510.
  31. Karathanasis, A.D. and P.D. Shumaker. 2009. Preferential Sorption and Desorption of Organic and Inorganic Phosphates by Soil Hydroxyinterlayered Minerals. Soil Sci. 174: 417-423.
  32. Sulfate Reducing Bioreactor Mn Removal from a Synthetic Mine Drainage. Water Air &  Soil Poll.: 203: 267-275.
  33. Miller, J.O., A.D. Karathanasis, and O.O.B. Wendroth. 2010. In-situ Colloid  Generation and Transport in 30 Year Old Reclaimed Mine Soil Profiles Receiving Biosolids. Intern.J. Mining, Reclam. and Environ.
  35. Pike, A.C., T.G. Mueller, A. Schörgendorfer, J.D. Luck, S.A. Shearer, and A.D. Karathanasis. 2010. Locating eroded waterways with United States Geologic Survey Elevation Data. Agron. J.102:1269-1273.
  36. Karathanasis, A.D., JEdwards, and C.D. Barton,. 2010. Manganese and Sulfate Removal from a Synthetic Mine Drainage through Pilot Scale Bioreactor Batch Experiments. Mine Water & Environ., 29: 144-153.
  37. Dillehay, T.D., J. Rossen, A.D. Karathanasis, V. Vasquez, and P.J. Netherly. 2010.Early Holocene Coca Leaves and Calcite from Houses in Northern Peru. Antiquity. 84: 939-953.
  38. Miller, J. O., A.D. Karathanasis, and C.J. Matocha. 2011. In-Situ Generated Colloid Transport of Cu and Zn in Reclaimed Mine Soil ProfilesAssociated with Biosolid   Application. J. Applied & Environ. Science.

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