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2013 Back to top

Reminiscences of a simple country chemist, Mass Spectrometry Reviews, accepted 5 November 2013 -- invited.

High levels of organophosphate flame retardants in the Great Lakes atmosphere, Environmental Science and Technology Letters, accepted 11 September 2013; with A. Salamova, Y. Ma, and M. Venier.

Differences in spatiotemporal variations of atmospheric PAH levels between North America and Europe: Data from two air monitoring projects, Environment International, 64C, 48-55 (2014); with L. Y. Liu, P. Kukucka, M. Venier, A. Salamova, and J. Klanova.

Has the phase-out of PBDEs affected their environmental levels? Trends of PBDEs and their replacements in the Great Lakes atmosphere, Environmental Science and Technology, 47, 11457-11464 (2013); with Y. Ma, A. Salamova, and M. Venier.

Post-1990 temporal trends of PCBs and organochlorine pesticides in the atmosphere and in fish from Lakes Erie, Michigan, and Superior, Environmental Science and Technology, 47, 9109-9114 (2013); with A. Salamova, T. Holsen, and J. Pagano.

Science in TSCA reform. Chemical & Engineering News, 91, 3-3 (12 August 2013); with R. Lohmann and H. M. Stapleton.

Science should guide TSCA reform: A viewpoint. Environmental Science and Technology, 47, 8995-8996 (2013); with R. Lohmann and H. M. Stapleton.

Electron impact, electron capture negative ionization, and positive chemical ionization mass spectra of organophosphorus flame retardants and plasticizers, Journal of Mass Spectrometry, 48, 931-936 (2013); with Yuning Ma.

Brominated and chlorinated flame retardants in tree bark from around the globe, Environmental Science and Technology, 47, 349-354 (2013); with A. Salamova.

2012 Back to top

Tribromophenoxy Flame Retardants in the Great Lakes Atmosphere, Environmental Science and Technology, 46, 13112–13117 (2012); with Y. Ma and M. Venier.

Bromobenzene Flame Retardants in the Great Lakes Atmosphere, Environmental Science and Technology, 46, 8653–8660 (2012); with M. Venier and Y. Ma.

2-Ethylhexyl Tetrabromobenzoate and Bis(2-ethylhexyl) Tetrabromophthalate Flame Retardants in the Great Lakes Atmosphere, Environmental Science and Technology, 46, 204-208 (2012); with Y. Ma and M. Venier.

Kinetic isotope effects and rate constants for the gas-phase reactions of three deuterated toluenes with OH from 298-413 K, International Journal of Chemical Kinetics, 44, 821-827 (2012); with D. Kim and P. S. Stevens.

Temporal trends of persistent organic compounds: A comparison of different time series models, Environmental Science and Technology, 46, 3928–3934 (2012); with M. Venier, H. Hung, W. Tych.

2011 Back to top

Dechlorane Plus in the atmosphere and precipitation near the Great Lakes, Environmental Science and Technology, 45, 9924-9930 (2011); with A. Salamova.

Discontinued and alternative brominated flame retardants in the atmosphere and precipitation from the Great Lakes Basin, Environmental Science and Technology, 45, 8698-8706 (2011); with A. Salamova.

Dechlorane Plus and related compounds in the environment: A review, Environmental Science and Technology, 45, 5088-5098 (2011); with E. Sverko, G. T. Tomy, E. J. Reiner, Y. F. Li, B. E. McCarry, J. A. Arnot, and R. J. Law.

Flame retardants in the serum of pet dogs and in their food, Environmental Science and Technology, 45, 4602-4608 (2011); with M. Venier.

Rate constants for the gas-phase reactions of OH and O3 with, β-ocimene, β-myrcene, and α- and β-farnesene as a function of temperature, Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 115, 500-506 (2011); with D. Kim and P. S Stevens.

Radical dependence of the yields of methacrolein and methyl vinyl ketone from the OH-initiated oxidation of isoprene under NOx-free conditions, Environmental Science and Technology, 45, 923-929 (2011); with M. A. Navarro, S. Dusanter, and P. S. Stevens.

Dioxins: An overview and history, Environmental Science and Technology, 45, 16-20 (2011) [an invited feature article].

Toward identifying the next generation of Superfund and hazardous waste site contaminants, Environmental Health Perspectives, 119, 6-10 (2011); with W. P. Ela, D. L. Sedlak, and 20 others [a workshop report].

2010 Back to top

Time trend analysis of atmospheric POPs concentrations near the Great Lakes since 1990, Environmental Science and Technology, 44, 8050-8055 (2010); with M. Venier.

Evaluation of tree bark as a passive atmospheric sampler for flame retardants, PCBs, and organochlorine pesticides, Environmental Science and Technology, 44, 6196-6201 (2010); with A. Salamova.

Flame retardants and organochlorine pollutants in bald eagle plasma from the Great Lakes region, Chemosphere, 80, 1234-1240 (2010); with M. Venier, M. Wierda, and W. W. Bowerman.

Regression model of partial pressures of PCBs, PAHs, and organochlorine pesticides in the Great Lakes’ atmosphere, Environmental Science and Technology, 44, 618-623 (2010); with M. Venier.

2009 Back to top

Brominated flame retardants in serum from the general population in northern China, Environmental Science and Technology, 43, 6963-6968 (2009); with L. Y. Zhu and B. L. Ma.

Partial pressures of PCB-11 in air from several Great Lakes sites, Environmental Science and Technology, 43, 6488-6492 (2009); with I. Basu, K. A. Arnold, and M. Venier.

Rate constants for the gas-phase β-myrcene + OH and isoprene + OH reactions as a function of temperature, International Journal of Chemical Kinetics, 41, 407-413 (2009); with A. M. Turner.

Findings from quality assurance activities of the Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network, Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 11, 277-296 (2009); with R. Wu, S. Backus, I. Basu, P. Blanchard, K. A. Brice, H. Dryfhout-Clark, P. Fowlie, and M. L. Hulting.

Polychlorinated Dibenzo-p-dioxins and Dibenzofurans in the Atmosphere Around the Great Lakes Environ. Sci. Technol, 43 (4) 1036-41 (2009); with Venier, M. and Ferrario, J.

Hydroxylated Metabolites of Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers in Human Blood Samples from the United States, Environ. Health Persp, 117 (1) 93-98 (2009); with Qiu, X. and Bisgby, R.M.

2008 Back to top

Atmospheric Deposition of PBDEs to the Great Lakes Featuring a Monte Carlo Analysis of Errors, Environ. Sci. Technol, 42 (24) 9058-64 (2008); with Venier, M.

Flame retardants in the atmosphere near the Great Lakes, Environ. Sci. Technol, 42 (13) 4745-4751 (2008); with Venier, M.

Electron impact and electron capture negative ionization mass spectra of polybrominated diphenyl ethers and methoxylated polybrominated diphenyl ethers, Environ. Sci. Technol, 42 (7) 2243-52 (2008).

Dechlorane Plus and Other Flame Retardants in Tree Bark from the Northeastern United States, Environ. Sci. Technol, 42 (1) 31-36 (2008); with Qiu, X.

2007 Back to top

Deposition versus Photochemical Removal of PBDEs from Lake Superior Air, Environ. Sci. Technol, 41 (19) 6725-6731 (2007); with Raff, J.D.

Elevated PBDE Levels in Pet Cats: Sentinels for Humans? Environ. Sci. Technol, 41 (18) 6350-6356 (2007); with Dye, J. A., Venier, M., Zhu, L., Ward, C. R., and Birnbaum, L. S.

Dechlorane Plus and Other Flame Retardants in a Sediment Core from Lake Ontario, Environmental Health Perspectives, 41 (17) 6014-6019 (2007); with Qiu, X. and Marvin, C. H .

Measurement of Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers and Metabolites in Mouse Plasma after Exposure to a Commercial Pentabromodiphenyl Ether Mixture, Atmospheric Environment , 115 (7) 1052-1058 (2007); with Qiu X., Mercado-Feliciano M., and Bigsby RM.

Chiral organochlorine pesticides in the atmosphere, Atmospheric Environment , 41 (4) 768-775 (2007); with Venier M.

Temporal and Spatial Trends of Atmospheric Polychlorinated Biphenyl Concentrations near the Great Lakes, Environmental Science and Technology, 41 (4) 1131-1136 (2007); with Sun P., Basu I., Blanchard P., and Brice KA.

2006 Back to top

Atmospheric organochlorine pesticide concentrations near the Great Lakes: Temporal and spatial trends, Environmental Science and Technology, 40 (21) 6587-6593 (2006); with Sun P., Blanchard P., and Brice KA.

Gas-Phase Reactions of Brominated Diphenyl Ethers with OH Radicals, J. Phys. Chem. A , 110 10783-10792 (2006); with Raff, J. D.

Trends in polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon concentrations in the Great Lakes atmosphere, Environmental Science and Technology, 40 (20) 6221-6227 (2006); with Sun P., Blanchard P., and Brice KA.

Brominated Flame Retardants in Tree Bark from North America, Environmental Science and Technology, 40 (12), 3711-3716 (2006); with Zhu, L.

Temporal and Spatial Trends of Organochlorine Pesticides in Great Lakes Precipitation, Environmental Science and Technology, 40(7), 2135-214 (2006); with Sun P., Backus S., and Blanchard P.

Dechlorane Plus, a Chlorinated Flame Retardant, in the Great Lakes, Environmental Science and Technology, 40(4), 1184-1186 (2006); with Hoh E.

Temporal Trends of Polychlorinated Biphenyls in Precipitation and Air at Chicago, Environmental Science and Technology, 40(4), 1178-1183 (2006); with Sun P. and Basu I.

Annual Variation of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Concentrations in Precipitation Collected near the Great Lakes, Environmental Science and Technology, 40(3), 696-701 (2006); with Sun P., Backus S., and Blanchard P.

2005 Back to top

Identification of Brominated Carbazoles in Sediment Cores from Lake Michigan, Environmental Science and Technology, 39(24), 9446-9451 (2005); with Zhu, L.

Lipid Composition and Contaminants in Farmed and Wild Salmon, Environmental Science and Technology, 39(22), 8622-8629 (2005); with Hamilton, M. C.; Schwager, S. J.; Foran, J. A.; Knuth, B. A.; Carpenter, D. O.

Brominated Flame Retardants in the Atmosphere of the East-Central United States, Environmental Science and Technology , 39(20), 7794-7802 (2005); with Hoh, E.

Effects of Wind and Air Trajectory Directions on Atmospheric Concentrations of Persistent Organic Pollutants near the Great Lakes, Environmental Science and Technology , 39(20), 7817-7825 (2005); with Hafner, W.D.

Influence of Local Human Population on Atmospheric Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Concentrations, Environmental Science and Technology, 39(20), 7374-7379 (2005); with Hafner, W.D.; Carlson, D.L.

Polychlorinated Biphenyls in Salmon and Salmon Feed: Global Differences and Bioaccumulation, Environmental Science and Technology, 39(19), 7389-7395 (2005); with Carlson, D.L.

Relative Rate and Product Studies of the OH-Acetone Reaction, J. Phys. Chem. A., 109(21), 4728-4735 (2005); with Raff, J.D.; Stevens, P.S.

Brominated Flame Retardants in Sediment Cores from Lakes Michigan and Erie, Environmental Science and Technology, 39(10), 3488-3494 (2005); with Lingyan Y. Zhu

Novel Flame Retardants, 1,2-Bis(2,4,6-tribromophenoxy)ethane and 2,3,4,5,6-Pentabromoethylbenzene, in United States' Environmental Samples, Environmental Science and Technology, 39(8), 2472-2477 (2005); with Eunha Hoh and Lingyan Y. Zhu

Monitoring OH-Initiated Oxidation Kinetics of Isoprene and Its Products Using Online Mass Spectrometry, Environmental Science and Technology, 39(4), 1030-1036 (2005); with Woojin Lee, Munkhbayar Baasandorj, and Philip S. Stevens

Temperature Dependence of Atmospheric PCB Concentrations, Environmental Science and Technology, 39(3), 740-747 (2005); with Daniel L. Carlson

Response to Comment on "Global Assessment of Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers in Farmed and Wild Salmon, Environmental Science and Technology, 39(1), 379-380 (2005); with Jeffery A. Foran, Steven J. Schwager, Barbara A. Knuth, M. Coreen Hamilton, and David O. Carpenter

2004 Back to top

Farmed salmon contains high levels of organochlorine carcinogens: Implications for public health, Neurotoxicology, 25(4), 691-2 (2004); with Jeffery A. Foran, Steven J. Schwager, Barbara A. Knuth, M. Coreen Hamilton, and David O. Carpenter

Comment on "Simulating the Influence of Snow on the Fate of Organic Compounds", Environmental Science and Technology, 38(24), 6904 (2004); with D. L. Carlson

Annual Variations of Pesticide Concentrations in Great Lakes Precipitation, Environmental Science and Technology, 38(20), 5290-5296 (2004); with D. L. Carlson

A Survey of Metals in Tissues of Farmed Atlantic and Wild Pacific Salmon, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 23(9), 2108-2110 (2004); with J. Foran, D. O. Carpenter, M. C. Hamilton, A. Mathews-Amos, S. J. Schwager

Sources of Toxaphene and Other Organochlorine Pesticides in North America As Determined by Air Measurements and Potential Source Contribution Function Analyses, Environmental Science and Technology, 38(15), 4187-4194 (2004); with E. Hoh

Temporal trends and spatial distributions of brominated flame retardants in archived fishes from the Great Lakes, Environmental Science and Technology, 38(10), 2779-2784 (2004); with L. Y. Zhu.

Transport of suspended-sediment-bound toxaphene in the Mississippi River, Environmental Science and Technology, 38(10), 2785-2791 (2004); with J. D. Raff

Global Assessment of Organic Contaminants in Farmed Salmon, Science, 303(5655), 226-229 (2004); with J. A. Foran, D. O. Carpenter, M. C. Hamilton, B. A. Knuth, S. J. Schwager

Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers in the Environment and in People: A Meta-Analysis of Concentrations, Environmental Science and Technology, 38(4), 945-956 (2004)

Causes of Variability in Pesticide and PCB Concentrations in Air Near the Great Lakes, Environmental Science and Technology, 38(2), 414-422 (2004); with S. S. Buehler and I. Basu

2003 Back to top

Determination of Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers in Environmental Standard Reference Materials, Analytical Chemistry, 75(23), 6696-6700 (2003); with L. Y. Zhu

Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers in Maternal and Fetal Blood Samples, Environmental Health Perspectives, 111(9), 1249-1252 (2003); with A. Mazdai, N. G. Dodder, M. P. Abernathy, and R. M. Bigsby

Rate Constants for the Gas-Phase Reactions of Methylphenanthrenes with OH as a Function of Temperature, Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 107(34), 6603-6608 (2003); with W. Lee and P. S. Stevens

Potential Sources of Pesticides, PCBs and PAHs to the Atmosphere of the Great Lakes, Environmental Science and Technology, 37(17), 3764-3773 (2003); with W. D. Hafner

Lipophilic Organic Compounds in Lake Sediment and American Coot (Fulica Americana) Tissues, Both Affected and Unaffected by Avian Vacuolar Myelinopathy, Science of the Total Environment, 311(1-3), 81-89 (2003); with N. G. Dodder, B. Strandberg, T. Augspurger

Radial Dilution Model for the Distribution of Toxaphene in the United States and Canada on the Basis of Measured Concentrations in Tree Bark, Environmental Science and Technology, 37(3), 475-481 (2003); with J. G. McDonald

2002 Back to top

Atmospheric Transport of Toxaphene from the Southern United States to the Great Lakes Region, Environmental Science and Technology, 36(16), 3474-3481 (2002); with R. R. James

The Great Lakes Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network, Environmental Science and Technology, 36(17), 354A-359A (2002); with S. S. Buehler

Gas-Phase Polychlorinated Biphenyl and Hexachlorocyclohexane Concentrations near the Great Lakes: A Historical Perspective, Environmental Science and Technology, 36(23), 5051-5056 (2002); with S. S. Buehler and Ilora Basu

Rate Constants for the Gas-Phase Reactions of the Hydroxyl Radical with Isoprene, alpha- and beta-Pinene, and Limonene as a Function of Temperature, The Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 106, 2538-2544 (2002); with K. J. Gill.

Concentrations and spatial variations of polybrominated diphenyl ethers and other organochlorine compounds in fish from the Northeastern United States, Environmental Science and Technology, 36, 146-151 (2002); with N. G. Dodder and B. Strandberg.

2001 Back to top

Volatilization of toxaphene from Lakes Michigan and Superior, Environmental Science and Technology, 35, 3653-3660 (2001); with R. R. James, J. G. McDonald, D. M. Symonik, and D. L. Swackhamer.

Concentrations of organochlorine pesticides in wine corks, Chemosphere, 44, 729-735 (2001); with B. Strandberg.

A comparison of PAH, PCB, and pesticide concentrations in air at two rural sites on Lake Superior, Environmental Science and Technology, 35, 2417-2422 (2001); with S. S. Buehler, and I. Basu.

Understanding enantioselective processes: A laboratory rat model for alpha-hexachlorocyclohexane accumulation, Environmental Science and Technology, 35, 1604-1609 (2001); with E. M. Ulrich, K. L. Willett, A. Caperell-Grant, and R. M. Bigsby.

Methylene retention indexes for isolated toxaphene congeners, Analytical Chemistry, 73, 1374-1376 (2001); with J. G. McDonald and W. Vetter.

Concentrations and spatial variations of polybrominated diphenyl ethers and other organohalogen compounds in Great Lakes air, Environmental Science and Technology, 35, 1078-1083 (2001); with B. Strandberg, N. G. Dodder, and I. Basu.

Evaluating environmental chemistry textbooks, Environmental Science and Technology, 35, 32A-38A. (2001).

Rate constants for the gas-phase reactions of ozone with isoprene, alpha- and beta-pinene, and limonene as a function of temperature, Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 105(5), 815-822 (2001); with V. Khamaganov.

2000 Back to top

Atmospheric deposition of the pesticide toxaphene to the Great Lakes, Lakeline, 21-23 (Winter 2000-2001); with R. R. James and J. G. McDonald.

Identification of chlorinated dimethoxystilbene isomers and homologues in bleached paper products, Analytical Chemistry, 72, 4859-4864 (2000); with J. G. McDonald.

Environmentally relevant xenoestrogen tissue concentrations correlated tobiological responses in mice, Environmental Health Perspectives, 108, 973-977 (2000); with E. M. Ulrich, A. Caperell-Grant, and R. M. Bigsby.

Organochlorine pesticide concentrations and enantiomer fractions for chlordane in indoor air, Atmospheric Environment, 34, 4131-4138 (2000); with A. D. Leone, E. M. Ulrich, C. E. Bodnar, and R. L. Falconer.

Siskiwit Lake revisited: Time trends of polychlorinateddibenzo-p-dioxin and dibenzofuran deposition at Isle Royale, Michigan, Environmental Science and Technology, 34, 2887-2891 (2000); with J. I.Baker.

Is combustion the major source of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins anddibenzofurans in the environment? A mass balance investigation, Environmental Science and Technology, 34, 2879-2886 (2000); with J. I.Baker.

Insights into the global distribution of polychlorinateddibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans, Environmental Science and Technology, 34, 2952-2958 (2000); with D. M. Wagrowski.

Detection of statistically significant trends in atmosphericconcentrations of semi-volatile pollutants, Environmental Science and Technology, 34, 2826-2829(2000); with D. R. Cortes.

Chemical actinometry: Using o-nitrobenzaldehyde to measure lamp intensity in photochemical experiments, Journal of Chemical Education, 77, 900-902(2000); with K. L. Willett.

Rates at which toxaphene concentrations decrease in lake trout from the a Great Lakes, Environmental Science and Technology, 34, 1851-1855 (2000); with S. T. Glassmeyer and D. S. DeVault.

Temporal trends in and influence of wind direction on PAH concentrations measured near the Great Lakes, Environmental Science and Technology, 34, 356-360 (2000); with D. R. Cortes, I. Basu, and C. W. Sweet.

A source of PCB contamination in modified high volume air samplers, Environmental Science and Technology, 34, 527-529 (2000); with I. Basu.

Temporal trends in semi-volatile organic contaminants in Great Lakes precipitation, Environmental Science and Technology, 34, 361-367 (2000); with M. F. Simcik, R. M. Hoff, W. M. J. Strachan, C. W. Sweet, and I. Basu.

1999 Back to top

Transformations of pesticides in the atmosphere: A state of the art, Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 115, 219-243 (1999); with R. Atkinson, R. Guicherit, W. P. Palm, J. N. Seiber, P. de Vooght.

Temperature dependence and temporal trends of polychlorinated biphenyl congeners in the Great Lakes, Environmental Science and Technology, 33, 1991-1995 (1999); with M. F. Simcik, I. Basu, and C. W. Sweet.

Evidence of current pesticide use from temporal and Clausius-Clapeyron plots: A case study from the integrated atmospheric deposition network, Environmental Science and Technology, 33, 2145-2150 (1999); with D. R. Cortes, R. M. Hoff, and K. A. Brice.

Are pulp and paper mills sources of toxaphene to Lake Superior and Northern Lake Michigan?, Journal of Great Lakes Research, 25, 383-394 (1999); with K. E. Shanks and J. G. McDonald.

Atmospheric concentrations of toxaphene on the coast of Lake Superior, Journal of Great Lakes Research, 25, 492-499 (1999); with S. T. Glassmeyer and K. A. Brice.

Chlorothalonil and dacthal in Great Lakes air and precipitation samples, Journal of Great Lakes Research, 25, 406-411 (1999); with R. R. James.

Journal Prices (letter to the editor), Science, 283, 1643-1644 (1999).

Automated toxaphene quantitation by GC/MS, Analytical Chemistry, 71, 1448-1453 (1999); with S. T. Glassmeyer and K. E. Shanks.

Comment on "Evidence for the Presence of PCDD/Fs in the Environment Prior to 1900 and Further Studies on their Temporal Trends", Environmental Science and Technology, 33, 205 (1999); with J. I. Baker.

Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans in the remote North Atlantic marine atmosphere, Environmental Science and Technology, 33, 14-20 (1999); with J. I. Baker.

1998 Back to top

Gas-phase oxidation products of biphenyl and polychlorinated biphenyls, Environmental Science and Technology, 32, 3913-3918 (1998); with W. W. Brubaker.

Partitioning of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans between the atmosphere and corn, Environmental Science and Technology, 32, 2389-2393 (1998); with D. M. Wagrowski.

Differential toxicity and environmental fates of hexachlorocyclohexane isomers, Environmental Science and Technology, 32, 2197-2207 (1998); with K. L. Willett and E. M. Ulrich.

Atmospheric deposition of toxic pollutants to the Great Lakes as measured by the Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network, Environmental Science and Technology, 32, 2216-2221 (1998); with B. R. Hillery, M. F. Simcik, I. Basu, R. M. Hoff, W. M. J. Strachan, D. Burniston, C. H. Chan, K. A. Brice, and C. W. Sweet.

Organic environmental analyses by mass spectrometry, Biotherapy, 11, 77-96 (1998).

Enantiomeric ratios of chlordane-related compounds in air near the Great Lakes, Environmental Science and Technology, 32, 1870-1874 (1998); with E. M. Ulrich.

Temporal trends in gas-phase concentrations of chlorinated pesticides measured at the shores of the Great Lakes, Environmental Science and Technology, 32, 1920-1927 (1998); with D. R. Cortes, I. Basu, C. W. Sweet, K. A. Brice, and R. M. Hoff.

OH reaction kinetics of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans, Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 102, 915-921 (1998); with W. W. Brubaker.

OH reaction kinetics of gas-phase alpha- and gamma-hexachlorocyclohexane and hexachlorobenzene, Environmental Science and Technology, 32, 766-769 (1998); with W. W. Brubaker, Jr.

1997 Back to top

Reducing the energy distribution in a plasma-source sector-field mass spectrometer interface, Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 10, 1149-1153 (1997); with T. W. Burgoyne and G. M. Hieftje.

Atmospheric contaminant deposition to the Great Lakes determined from the Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network. In Atmospheric Deposition of Contaminants to the Great Lakes and Coastal Waters, J. E. Baker, editor, SETAC Press, Pensacola, FL, pp. 277-291 (1997); with B. R. Hillery and R. M. Hoff.

No such correspondence (letter to editor about PAH on Mars), Science, 277, 1117 (1997); with B. R. T. Simoneit.

Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans: Gas-phase hydroxyl radical reactions and related atmospheric removal, Environmental Science and Technology, 31, 1805-1810 (1997); with W. W. Brubaker.

Temporal and spatial trends in a long term study of gas-phase PCB concentrations near the Great Lakes, Environmental Science and Technology, 31, 1811-1816 (1997); with B. R. Hillery, I. Basu, and C. W. Sweet.

Space charge evaluation in a plasma-source mass spectrograph, Analytical Chemistry, 69, 485-489 (1997); with T. W. Burgoyne and G. M. Hieftje.

Gas chromatographic mass spectrometry, in Handbook of Instrumental Techniques for Analytical Chemistry, F. Settle, editor, pp. 608-626 (1997).

Relationships between socioeconomic indicators and concentrations of organochlorine pesticides in tree bark, Environmental Science and Technology, 31, 999-1003 (1997); with S. L. Simonich.

Design and performance of a plasma-source mass spectrograph, Journal of American Society for Mass Spectrometry, 8, 307-318 (1997); with T. W. Burgoyne and G. M. Hieftje

Response to comment on "Is the Hyde Park Dump, near the Niagara River, still affecting the sediment of Lake Ontario?", Environmental Science and Technology, 31, 1248-1249 (1997); with M. Howdeshell.

Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons accumulation in urban, suburban, and rural vegetation, Environmental Science and Technology, 31, 279-282 (1997); with D. M. Wagrowski.

Toxaphene in Great Lakes fish: A temporal, spatial, and trophic study, Environmental Science and Technology, 31, 84-88 (1997); with S. T. Glassmeyer, T. R. Myers, and D. S. DeVault.

1996 Back to top

Response to comments on "Global mass balance for polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans", Environmental Science and Technology, 30, 3647-3648 (1996); with L. R. Brzuzy.

Sampling and analysis artifacts caused by elevated indoor air polychlorinated biphenyl concentrations, Environmental Science and Technology, 30, 2730-2734 (1996); with J. C. Wallace.

A case study of organochlorine pesticides in the indoor air of a home, Environmental Science and Technology, 30, 2715-2718 (1996); with J. C. Wallace, L. P. Brzuzy, S. L. Simonich, and S. M. Visscher.

Global mass balance for polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans, Environmental Science and Technology, 30, 1797-1804 (1996); with L. R. Brzuzy.

OH radical reactions: The major removal pathway for polychlorinated biphenyls from the atmosphere, Environmental Science and Technology, 30, 1756-1763 (1996); with P. N. Anderson.

Is the Hyde Park Dump, near the Niagara River, still affecting the sediments of Lake Ontario?, Environmental Science and Technology, 30, 969-974 (1996); with M. J. Howdeshell.

Diurnal variations in atmospheric concentrations of polychlorinated biphenyls and endosulfan: Implications for sampling protocols, Environmental Science and Technology, 30, 444-446 (1996); with J. C. Wallace.

System to measure relative rate constants of semi-volatile organic compounds with hydroxyl radicals, Environmental Science and Technology, 30, 301-306 (1996); with P. N. Anderson.

Historic input and degradation of toxaphene in Lake Ontario sediment, Environmental Science and Technology, 30, 220-224 (1996); with M. J. Howdeshell.

1995 Back to top

Organic pollutant accumulation in vegetation [a review], Environmental Science and Technology, 29, 2905-2914 (1995); with S. L. Simonich.

Global distribution of persistent organochlorine compounds, Science, 269, 1851-1854 (1995); with S. L. Simonich.

A computer controlled low-volume air sampler for the measurement of semi-volatile organic compounds, Environmental Science and Technology, 29, 2099-2106 (1995); with J. C. Wallace.

Estimating the atmospheric deposition of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans from soils, Environmental Science and Technology, 29, 2090-2098 (1995); with L. P. Brzuzy.

Determination of pesticides and polychlorinated biphenyls in water: A low-solvent method, Environmental Science and Technology, 29, 1259-1266 (1995); with V. S. Ong.

1994 Back to top

Electron capture mass spectrometry of organic environmental contaminants, Mass Spectrometry Reviews, 13, 259-283; with V. S. Ong.

Atmospheric concentrations of polychlorinated biphenyls at Bloomington, Indiana, Environmental Science and Technology, 28, 2008-2013; with S. Y. Panshin.

Atmospheric concentrations of polychlorinated biphenyls at Bermuda, Environmental Science and Technology, 28, 2001-2007; with S. Y. Panshin.

Transport of Detroit River derived pollutants from Lake Erie by episodic resuspension events, Environmental Science and Technology, 28, 1691-1697 (1994); with M. J. Howdeshell.

Identification and measurement of food and cosmetic dyes in a municipal wastewater treatment plant, Environmental Science and Technology, 28, 1278-1284 (1994); with A. J. Borgerding.

Measurement of polychlorinated biphenyls and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in air with a diffusion denuder, Environmental Science and Technology, 28, 1129-1133 (1994); with M. S. Krieger.

Importance of vegetation as a route by which polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons are removed from the atmosphere, Nature, 370, 49-51 (1994); with S. L. Simonich.

Book Review of "Environmental Organic Chemistry", American Scientist, 82, 190-191 (1994).

Vegetation - atmosphere partitioning of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, Environmental Science and Technology, 28, 939-943 (1994); with S. L. Simonich.

The effect of tautomerization on the FAB tandem mass spectra of azo dyes, Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry, 5, 407-415 (1994); with A. J. Borgerding.

1993 Back to top

The effect of wind direction on the atmospheric concentration of alpha-endosulfan, Environmental Science and Technology, 27, 910-914 (1993); with T. W. Burgoyne.

Why are electron capture negative ion mass spectra not reproducible?, Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry, 4, 270-277 (1993); with V. S. Ong.

Natural and anthropogenic organic compounds in the global environment, In Global Atmospheric Chemical Change, C. N. Hewitt and W. T. Sturges, editors, Elsevier Applied Science, pp. 313-382 (1993); with E. L. Atlas, S.-M. Li, and L. J. Standley.

1992 Back to top

Handbook of Mass Spectra of Environmental Contaminants, Second Edition, Lewis Publishers: Boca Raton (1992).

Reduction of contamination levels in on-line supercritical fluid extraction systems, Analytical Chemistry, 64, 2655-2656 (1992); with J. C. Wallace and M. S. Krieger.

Mass spectrometry and the environmental sciences, International Journal of Mass Spectrometry and Ion Processes, 118/119, 369-380 (1992).

A diffusion denuder for the collection of semi-volatile organic compounds, Environmental Science and Technology, 26, 1551-1555 (1992); with M. S. Krieger.

Quantitative analysis of alkylbenzenesulfonate surfactants using continuous-flow fast atom bombardment tandem mass spectrometry, Analytical Chemistry, 64, 1449-1454 (1992); with T. J. Borgerding.

Use of EPA analytical methods: Survey results, Environmental Science and Technology, 26, 1285-1287 (1992).

Wet and dry deposition of chlorinated dioxins and furans, Environmental Science and Technology, 26, 1375-1382 (1992); with C. J. Koester.

Fate and transport of Detroit River derived pollutants throughout Lake Erie, Environmental Science and Technology, 26, 1333-1341 (1992); with D. S. Carter.

Comparative analysis of dioxins and furans by high resolution and electron capture mass spectrometry, Chemosphere, 24, 421-426 (1992); with C. J. Koester and R. L. Harless.

Photodegradation of polychlorinated dioxins and dibenzofurans adsorbed to fly ash, Environmental Science and Technology, 26, 502-507 (1992); with C. J. Koester.

Unusual alkylphenols and their transport in the Trenton Channel of the Detroit River, Michigan, USA, Journal of Great Lakes Research, 18, 125-131 (1992); with D. S. Carter.

Atmospheric deposition of hydrophobic organic contaminants to the Laurentian Great Lakes, In Fates of Pesticides and Chemicals in the Environment, J. L. Schnoor, editor, Wiley, pp. 51-78 (1992); with S. J. Eisenreich, J. E. Baker, T. Franz, M. Swanson, R. A. Rapaport, and W. M. J. Strachan.

1991 Back to top

Chlorinated organic compounds in the atmosphere, In Organic Contaminants in the Environment, K. C. Jones, editor, Elsevier Applied Science, pp. 1-31 (1991); with L. J. Standley.

Relationship between gas chromatographic retention indexes and computer-calculated physical properties of four classes of compounds, Analytical Chemistry, 63, 2829-2834 (1991); with V. S. Ong.

Chlordane accumulation in people, Environmental Science and Technology, 25, 1279-1285 (1991); with M. A. Dearth.

Depuration rates of chlordane compounds from rat fat, Environmental Science and Technology, 25, 1125-1128 (1991); with M. A. Dearth.

The EPA's analytical methods for water: The next generation, Environmental Science and Technology, 25, 998-1006 (1991); with W. L. Budde.

Complete analysis of technical chlordane using negative ionization mass spectrometry, Environmental Science and Technology, 25, 245-254 (1991); with M. A. Dearth.

1990 Back to top

The environmental behavior of chlorinated dioxins and furans, Accounts of Chemical Research, 23, 194-201 (1990).

Polychlorinated biphenyls in tree bark, Environmental Science and Technology, 24, 666-671 (1990); with M. H. Hermanson.

Paleoecological investigation of recent lake acidification in the Adirondack Mountains, New York, Journal of Paleolimnology, 3, 195-241 (1990); with 12 others.

Highly chlorinated dimethanofluorenes in technical chlordane and in human tissue, Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry, 1, 99-103 (1990); with M. A. Dearth.

An interlaboratory comparison of limits of detection in negative chemical ionization mass spectrometry, Organic Mass Spectrometry, 25, 191-196 (1990); with B. Arbogast and 9 others.

 

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