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Peer-Reviewed Publications

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

  • Plewa, Michael J., Mark G. Muellner, Susan D. Richardson, Frances Cafasano, Katherine M. Buettner, Tin-Tak Woo, A. Bruce McKague, and Elizabeth D. Wagner. 2008. Occurrence, Synthesis, and Mammalian Cell Cytotoxicity and Genotoxicity of Haloacetamides: An Emerging Class of Nitrogenous Drinking Water Disinfection Byproducts. Environ. Sci. Technol. 42: 955–961.
  • Muellner, Mark G., Elizabeth D. Wagner, Kristin McCalla, Susan D. Richardson, Yin-Takwoo, and Michael J. Plewa. 2007. Haloacetonitriles vs. Regulated Haloacetic Acids: Are Nitrogen-Containing DBPs More Toxic? Environ. Sci. Technol. 41: 645-651.
  • 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.
  • Vermillion, Brian and R.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 freshwater. Anal Bioannal Chem. 388:341-352.
  • 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: Assessing past metal mobilization by comparing long- and short-term rates. Physical Geography. 23, 21-44.
  • Dollar, N.L., Souch, C., Filippelli, G.M., and Mastalerz, M. 2001: Chemical fractionation of metals in wetland sediments: Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. Environmental Science and Technology, 35, 3608-3615.
  • Mastalerz, M., Souch, C., Filippelli, G.M., Dollar, N.L., and Perkins, S.M., 2001: Anthropogenic organic matter in the Great Marsh of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore and its implications. International Journal of Coal Geology. 46: 157-177.
  • 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.
  • Braden, John B., Robert S. Larson, and Edwin E. Herricks. 1991. Impact targets versus discharge standards in agricultural pollution management. American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 73(2):388-397.
  • Borst, David. W. and Brian Tsukimura. 1991. Quantification of methyl farnesoate levels in hemolymph by high-performance liquid chromatography. Journal of Chromatography. 545:71-78.

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Great Lakes Ecosystem Specialist
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