Barbara Reck

Research Scientist

Selected Publications

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  1. Yellishetty, M., D. Huston, T. E. Graedel, T. T. Werner, B. K. Reck, and G. M. Mudd. 2017. Quantifying the potential for recoverable resources of gallium, germanium and antimony as companion metals in Australia. Ore Geology Reviews 82: 148-159.
  2. Ciacci, L., E. M. Harper, N. T. Nassar, B. K. Reck, and T. E. Graedel. 2016. Metal Dissipation and Inefficient Recycling Intensify Climate Forcing. Environmental Science & Technology 50(20): 11394-11402.
  3. Ciacci, L., P. Nuss, B. K. Reck, T. T. Werner, and T. E. Graedel. 2016. Metal Criticality Determination for Australia, the US, and the Planet - Comparing 2008 and 2012 Results. Resources 5(29): 1-8.
  4. Elshkaki, A., T. E. Graedel, L. Ciacci, and B. K. Reck. 2016. Copper demand, supply, and associated energy use to 2050. Global Environmental Change 39: 305-315.
  5. Meylan, G. and B. K. Reck. 2016. The anthropogenic cycle of zinc: Status quo and perspectives. Resources, Conservation and Recycling doi: 10.1016/j.resconrec.2016.01.006: 1-10.
  6. Graedel, T. E. and B. K. Reck. 2015. Six Years of Criticality Assessments: What Have We Learned So Far? Journal of Industrial Ecology doi 10.1111/jiec.12305.
  7. Graedel, T. E., E. M. Harper, N. T. Nassar, P. Nuss, and B. K. Reck. 2015. The criticality of metals and metalloids. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112(14): 4257-4262.
  8. Graedel, T. E., E. M. Harper, N. T. Nassar, and B. K. Reck. 2015. On the materials basis of modern society. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112(20): 6295-6300.
  9. Ciacci, L., B. K. Reck, N. T. Nassar, and T. E. Graedel. 2015. Lost by Design. Environmental Science & Technology 49(16): 9443-9451.
  10. Mudd, G. M., M. Yellishetty, B. K. Reck, and T. E. Graedel. 2014. Quantifying the Recoverable Resources of Companion Metals: A Preliminary Study of Australian Mineral Resources. Resources 3(4): 657-671.
  11. Eckelman, M. J., L. Ciacci, G. Kavlak, P. Nuss, B. K. Reck, and T. E. Graedel. 2014. Life cycle carbon benefits of aerospace alloy recycling. Journal of Cleaner Production 80: 38-45.
  12. Nuss, P., E. M. Harper, N. T. Nassar, B. K. Reck, and T. E. Graedel. 2014. Criticality of Iron and Its Principal Alloying Elements. Environmental Science & Technology 48(7): 4171-4177.
  13. Reck, B. K.;Graedel, T. E., Challenges in metal recycling. Science 2012, 337, 690-695.
  14. Reck, B. K.; Rotter, V. S., Comparing growth rates of nickel and stainless steel use in the early 2000s. Journal of Industrial Ecology 2012, 16, (4), 518-528.
  15. Eckelman, M. J.; Reck, B. K.; Graedel, T. E., Exploring the global journey of nickel with Markov models. Journal of Industrial Ecology 2012, 16, (3), 334-342.
  16. Graedel, T. E.; Allwood, J.; Birat, J.-P.; Buchert, M.; Hagelüken, C.; Reck, B. K.; Sibley, S. F.; Sonnemann, G., What Do We Know About Metal Recycling Rates? Journal of Industrial Ecology 2011, 15, (3), 355-366.
  17. Fuse, M.; Yamasue, E.; Reck, B. K.; Graedel, T. E., Regional development or resource preservation? A perspective from Japanese appliance exports. Ecological Economics 2011, 70, 788-797.
  18. Reck, B. K.; Chambon, M.; Hashimoto, S.; Graedel, T. E., Global Stainless Steel Cycle Exemplifies China's Rise to Metal Dominance. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2010, 44, (10), 3940-3946.
  19. Hashimoto, S.; Daigo, I.; Eckelman, M.; Reck, B., Measuring the status of stainless steel use in the Japanese socio-economic system. Resour. Conserv. Recycl. 2010, 54, (10), 737-743.
  20. Wang, T.; Mao, J.; Johnson, J.; Reck, B. K.; Graedel, T. E., Anthropogenic metal cycles in China. Journal of Material Cycles and Waste Management 2008, 10, (2), 188-197.
  21. Reck, B. K.; Gordon, R. B., Nickel and chromium cycles: Stocks and flows project part IV. Jom 2008, 60, (7), 55-59.
  22. Reck, B. K.; Müller, D. B.; Rostkowski, K.; Graedel, T. E., Anthropogenic nickel cycle: Insights into use, trade, and recycling. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2008, 42, (9), 3394-3400.
  23. Johnson, J.; Reck, B. K.; Wang, T.; Graedel, T. E., The energy benefit of stainless steel recycling. Energy Policy 2008, 36, (1), 181-192.
  24. Rostkowski, K.; Rauch, J.; Drakonakis, K.; Reck, B.; Gordon, R. B.; Graedel, T. E., "Bottom-up" study of in-use nickel stocks in New Haven, CT. Resour. Conserv. Recycl. 2007, 50, (1), 58-70.
  25. Binder, C. R.; Graedel, T. E.; Reck, B., Explanatory variables for per capita stocks and flows of copper and zinc - A comparative statistical analysis. Journal of Industrial Ecology 2006, 10, (1-2), 111-132.
  26. Reck, B.; Bertram, M.; Müller, D.; Graedel, T. E., Multi-level anthropogenic cycles of copper and zinc: A comparative statistical analysis. Journal of Industrial Ecology 2006, 10, (1-2), 89-110.
  27. Graedel, T. E.; Bertram, M.; Reck, B., Exploratory data analysis of the multilevel anthropogenic zinc cycle. Journal of Industrial Ecology 2005, 9, (3), 91-108.
  28. Graedel, T. E.; Bertram, M.; Kapur, A.; Reck, B.; Spatari, S., Exploratory data analysis of the multilevel anthropogenic copper cycle. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2004, 38, 1253-1261.
  29. Gordon, R. B.; Lifset, R. J.; Bertram, M.; Reck, B.; Spatari, S.; Graedel, T. E., Where is all the zinc going: The stocks and flows project, part 2. Jom 2004, 56, (1), 24-29.
  30. Drechsel, P.; Reck, B., Composted shrub-prunings and other organic manures for smallholder farming systems in southern Rwanda. Agroforestry Sytems 1998, 39, 1-12.