- Emeritus Professor
- 541A Heep Center
Specialty：Soil Clay Mineralogy
Biographical profile: Joe B. Dixon, Degrees: B.S. Agronomy and Masters in Agronomy U. of Kentucky, Ph.D. in Soil Science, U. of Wisconsin, Madison; NSF postdoctoral U. of Wisconsin, Madison, Sabbatical Arizona State University Facility for High Resolution Electron Microscopy.
Publications: Minerals in Soil Environments Dixon and Weed co-editors, 1977, 1989; Soil Mineralogy with Environmental Applications Dixon and Schulze, co-editors, 2002.
Smectite Clays as Adsorbents of Aflatoxin B1: Initial Steps, Kannewischer, Tenorio Arvide,White and Dixon, 2006. Clay Science, Japan. Available presentation as narration and text, English and Spanish: http://otscweb.tamu.edu
Aflatoxin Sequestration in Animal Feeds by Quality-Labeled Smectite Clays: an Introductory Plan, in review 2006. Dixon, Kannewischer, and Tenorio Arvide.
Instrumental use: XRD, TEM, FTIR, UV-VIS.
- AFLATOXIN – Spanish narration (Use Firefox to download)
- AFLATOXIN – Chinese narration
- Best Management Practices to Prevent or Reduce Mycotoxin Contamination in Texas
- Plan well for the threat of aflatoxin
- Aflatoxin sequestration in animal feeds — plan
- Diversity of Natural Nanoparticles in Soils
- Smectite Clays as Adsorbents of Aflatoxin B1: Initial Steps
- Aflatoxin Adsorption Influenced by Adsorbent Mineralogy
- Clays and Clay Materials, Vol 56
- Morphological Properties of Smectite Adsorben
- Smectite Clay Adsorption of Aflatoxin
- Smectite Clay Sequestration of Aflatoxin
- Smectite Clays as Adsorbents of Aflatoxin