GREAT LAKES HEALTH

Research Projects

Archived Projects

Peer-Reviewed Publications

To obtain abstracts and, where available, full papers, visit the National Sea Grant Library

  • Braden, John B., DooHwan Won, Laura O. Taylor, Nicole Mays, Allegra Cangelosi, and Arianto A. Patunru. 2008. Economic Benefits of Remediating the Sheboygan River, Wisconsin Area of Concern. J. Great Lakes Res. 34(4):649–660.
  • Braden, John B., Laura O. Taylor, DooHwan Won, Nicole Mays, Allegra Cangelosi, and Arianto A. Patunru. 2008. Economic Benefits of Remediating the Buffalo River, New York Area of Concern. J. Great Lakes Res. 34(4):631–648.
  • Fisher, T.G., Loope, W.L., Pierce, W.C., and Jol, H.M., 2007. Big lake records preserved in a little lake’s sediment: an example form Silver Lake, Michigan, USA. In: Karrow, P. and Lewis, C.F.M. (Eds.) The Greater and Lesser Great Lakes, Journal of Paleolimnology. 37: 365-382.
  • Vermillion, Brian R. & Robert J. M. Hudson. 2007. Thiourea catalysis of MeHg ligand exchange between natural dissolved organic matter and a thiol-functionalized resin: a novel method of matrix removal and MeHg preconcentration for ultratrace Hg speciation analysis in freshwaters. Anal Bioanal Chem. 388:341–352.
  • Fisher, T. G., and Loope, W. L. 2005. Aeolian sand preserved in Silver lake: A reliable signal of Holocene high stands of Lake Michigan. The Holocene. 15(7): 1072–1078.
  • Peltier, E.F., Dahl. A.L., Gaillard, J-F. 2005. Metal Speciation in Anoxic Sediments: When Sulfides can be Construed as Oxides.Environmental Science & Technology. 39, 311-316.
  • Shade, C.W. and R.J.M. Hudson. 2005. Determination of MeHg in environmental sample matrices using Hg-Thiourea complex ion chromatography with on-line cold vapor generation and atomic fluorescence spectrometric detection (Hg(-T)U/IC-FI-CVAFS).Environmental Science and Technology. 39(13): 4974-4982.
  • Souch, C., Filippelli G.M., Perkins S., Dollar N.L. and Mastalerz, M. 2002. Accumulation rates of heavy metals in wetlands. Physical Geography. 23, 21-44.
  • Perkins, Steven M., Gabriel M. Filippelli, and Catherine J. Souch. 2000. Airborne trace metal contamination of wetland sediments at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 122:231-260.
  • Keefe, M.H., R.V. Slone, J.T. Hupp, K.F. Czaplewski, R.Q. Snurr, and C.L. Stern. 2000. Mesoporous Thin Films of “Molecular Squares” as Sensors for Volatile Organic Compounds. Langmuir. 16(8): 3964-3970.
  • Keefe, M.H., K.D. Benkstein, and J.T. Hupp. 2000. Luminescent Sensor Molecules Based on Coordinated Metals: A Review of Recent Developments. Coord. Chem. Rev. 205: 201-228.
  • Benkstein, K.D., J.T. Hupp, and C.L. Stern. 2000. Luminescent Mesoporous Molecular Materials Based on Neutral Tetrametallic Rectangles. Angew Chem. Int. Ed. 39:2891-2893.
  • Fraser  G. S., T.A. Thompson, E.P. Kvale, C.P. Carlson, D.A. Fishbaugh, B.L. Gruver, J. Holbrook, S. Jairo, C.S. Kohler, A.E. Malone, C.H. Moore, B. Rachmanto, L. Rhoades. 1991. Sediments and sedimentary structures of a barred, nontidal coastline, southern shore of Lake Michigan. Journal of Coastal Research. 7(4): 1113-1124.

Contacts

Tomas Höök
Associate Director of Research
765-496-6799
thook@purdue.edu


Carolyn Foley
Assistant Research Coordinator
765-494-3601
cfoley@purdue.edu


Pat Charlebois
Aquatic Invasives Specialist
847-872-0140
charlebo@illinois.edu


Paris Collingsworth
Great Lakes Ecosystem Speciatlist
312-886-7449
Collingsworth.Paris@epa.gov


Leslie Dorworth
Aquatic Ecology Specialist
219-989-2726
ldorwort@pnw.edu


Caitie McCoy
Environmental Social Scientist
312-886-1430
cmccoy2@illinois.edu


Kristin TePas
Great Lakes Community Decisionmaking Specialist
312-886-6224
ktepas@illinois.edu


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