• Gleason, J. A., R. I. Schwartz, H. S. O’Neill, N. A. Procopio, S. E. Spayd. In Review. Targeted Education and Outreach to Neighbors of Homes with High Gross Alpha Radioactivity in Domestic Well Water. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity.
  • Douglas, W. S., M. M. Yepsen, S. Flanigan. (2021) Beneficial Use of Dredged Material for Marsh, Dune and Beach Enhancement in a Coastal New Jersey Wildlife Refuge. WEDA Journal of Dredging. V19:3. Full Report
  • Enache, Mihaela D. , Marina G. Potapova, Meredith Tyree Polaskey, and Sara A. Spaulding. “Aulacoseira newjerseyana sp. nov. (Bacillariophyta) a new freshwater centric diatom species from the northeastern USA.” Diatom Research. 37(3) (2022): 263-271 Abstract
  • Evich, Marina G., Mary Davis, Eric J. Weber, Caroline Tebes-Stevens, Brad Acrey, William Matthew Henderson, Sandra Goodrow, Erica Bergman, and John W. Washington. “Environmental Fate of Cl-PFPECAs: Predicting the Formation of PFAS Transformation Products in New Jersey Soils.”  Environmental Science & Technology. 56 (12) (2022): 7779-7788 Abstract
  • Flanagan, S. V., N. A. Procopio, S. Spayd, J. A. Gleason, and Y. Zheng. (2020). Improve private well testing outreach efficiency by targeting households based on proximity to a high arsenic well. Science of the Total Environment. V738:139689. Abstract
  • Flanagan, S.V., S. Braman, R. Puelle, J. Gleason, S. Spayd, N.A. Procopio, G. Proswimmer, A. Navas-Acien, J. Graziano, S. Chillrud. (2020). Leveraging healthcare communication channels for environmental health outreach in New Jersey. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. Abstract
  • Goodrow, Sandra M., Ruppel, Bruce, Lippincott, Robert L., Post, Gloria B., Procopio, Nicholas A. “Investigations of level of perfluoroalkyl substances in surface water, sediment, and fish tissue in New Jersey, USA.” Science of the Total Environment. 729. (2020) Abstract
  • Iwanowicz, Luke R., Smalling, Kelly L., Blazer, Vicki S., Braham, Ryan P., Sanders, Lakyn R., Boetsma, Anna, Procopio, Nicholas A., Goodrow, Sandra M., Buchanan, Gary A., Millemann, Daniel R., Ruppel, Bruce, Vile, John, Henning, Brian, Abatemarco, John. “Reconnaissance of Surface Water Estrogenicity and the Prevalence of Intersex in Smallmouth Bass (Micropterus Dolomieu) Inhabiting New Jersey.” Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health. 17(6). (2020) Abstract
  • Mailloux, B. J., N. A. Procopio, M. Bakker, T. Chen, I. Choudhury, K. M. Ahmed, T. Ellis, M. R. Mozumder, S. Chillrud and A. van Geen. (2020). Recommended sampling intervals for arsenic in private wells. Groundwater. 59(1):80-89. Abstract
  • McCord, J. P., Strynar, M. J., Washington, J. W., Bergman, E. L., & Goodrow, S. M. (2020). Emerging chlorinated polyfluorinated polyether compounds impacting the waters of southwestern New Jersey identified by use of nontargeted analysis. Environmental Science & Technology Letters. 7: 903–908. Abstract
  • Minerovic, A.L., Potapova, M.G., Sales, C.M., Price, J.R., Enache, M.D. “18S-V9 DNA metabarcoding detects the effect of water-quality impairment on stream biofilm eukaryotic assemblages.” Ecological Indicators. 113. (2020) Abstract
  • O’Neill, Heidi S., Sara V. Flanagan, Jessie A. Gleason, Steven E. Spayd, Rebeccas I. Schwartz, and Nicholas A. Procopio. Targeted private well outreach following a change in drinking water standard: Arsenic and the New Jersey Private Well Testing Act. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 29(1) (2023): E29-E36. Abstract
  • Procopio, N.A. and Zampella, R. A. (2022). Assessing Land-use/Water-Quality Relationships Across Contrasting Geologic Areas in New Jersey. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 000): 1– 15Abstract
  • Post, Gloria B. “Invited Perspective: Current Breast Milk PFAS Levels in the United States and Canada Indicate Need for Additional Monitoring and Actions to Reduce Maternal Exposures.” Environ Health Perspect. 130(2) (2022): 21301 Abstract
  • Post, G.B. (2020), Recent US State and Federal Drinking Water Guidelines for Per‐ and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances. Environ Toxicol Chem. Full Paper
  • Rockafellow-Baldoni, M., B. L. Lubenow, N. A. Procopio, J. A. Gleason, S. E. Spayd. (2020). School-based private well testing outreach event for arsenic and boron in New Jersey. Journal of Environmental Health. V83(2):26-32. Abstract
  • Rovero, Matt, Diana Cutt, Rachel Griffiths, Urszula Filipowicz, Katherine Mishkin, Brad White, Sandra Goodrow, and Richard T. Wilkin. “Limitations of Current Approaches for Predicting Groundwater Vulnerability from PFAS Contamination in the Vadose Zone.” Groundwater Monit R. 41 (2021): 62-75 Abstract
  • Seliga, Alecia, Steven E. Spayd, Nicholas A. Procopio, Sara V. Flanagan, and Jessie A. Gleason. “Evaluating the impact of free private well testing outreach on participants’ private well stewardship in New Jersey.” J Water Health. 20 (1) (2022): 1–11 Abstract
  • Washington, John W., Charlita G. Rosal, James P. McCord, Mark J. Strynar, Andrew B. Lindstrom, Erica L. Bergman, Sandra M. Goodrow, Haile K. Tadesse, Andrew N. Pilant, Benjamin J. Washington, Mary J. Davis, Brittany G. Stuart, and Thomas M. Jenkins. “Nontargeted mass-spectral detection of chloroperfluoropolyether carboxylates in New Jersey Soils” Science. 368 (6495), 1103-1107 (2020) Full Report
  • Weis, J. S., E. B. Watson, B. Ravit, C. Harman, M. M. Yepsen. (2021) The Status and Future of Tidal Marshes in New Jersey Faced with Sea Level Rise. Anthropocene Coasts. 4: 168–192. Abstract
  • Yu, Danlin, Nicholas A. Procopio, and Chuanglin Fang. “Simulating the changes of invasive Phragmites australis in a pristine wetland complex with a grey system coupled system dynamic model: a remote sensing practice.” Remote Sensing. 14(16) (2022): 3886. Abstract
  • Atherholt T. B., L. R. Korn, J. B. Louis, and N. A. Procopio. “Repeat sampling and coliform bacteria detection rates in New Jersey.” Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation. (2015) 35:2 70-80. Abstract
  • Atherholt, T. B. and N. A. Procopio. “Domestic well coliform tests results: A positive coliform test result may not always tell you what it is supposed to tell you.” Well Water Journal. (2017) Nov:19-22. Abstract
  • Atherholt, Thomas B., Nicholas A. Procopio, and Sandra M. Goodrow. “Seasonality of coliform bacteria detection rates in New Jersey domestic wells.” Groundwater. 55.3 (2017): 346-361. Abstract
  • Atherholt, Thomas B., Raymond T. Bousenberry, Gail P. Carter, Leo R. Korn, Judith B. Louis, Michael E. Serfes, and Debra A. Waller. “Coliform bacteria in New Jersey domestic wells: influence of geology, laboratory, and method.” Groundwater. 51.4 (2013): 562-574.
  • Aucott, Michael, and Adriana Caldarelli. “Quantity of lead released to the environment in New Jersey in the form of motor vehicle wheel weights.” Water, Air, & Soil Pollution. 223.4 (2012): 1743-1752.
  • Aucott, Michael, Ambika Namboodiripad, Adriana Caldarelli, Kenneth Frank, and Herbert Gross. “Estimated quantities and trends of cadmium, lead, and mercury in US municipal solid waste based on analysis of incinerator ash.” Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 206.1-4 (2010): 349-355.
  • Barr, Dana Boyd, Cande V. Ananth, Xiaoyong Yan, Susan Lashley, John C. Smulian, Thomas A. Ledoux, Paromita Hore, and Mark G. Robson. “Pesticide concentrations in maternal and umbilical cord sera and their relation to birth outcomes in a population of pregnant women and newborns in New Jersey.” Science of the Total Environment. 408.4 (2010): 790-795.
  • Black, Kathleen, Michael Gochfeld, Paul J. Lioy, Zhi-Hua Fan, Chang Ho Yu, Chris Jeitner, Marta Hernandez, Stephanie A. Einstein, and Alan H. Stern. “A post-remediation assessment in Jersey City of the association of hexavalent chromium in house dust and urinary chromium in children.” Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology. 25.6 (2015): 616-622.
  • Borjan, Marija, Stephen Marcella, Benjamin Blount, Michael Greenberg, Junfeng Zhang, Eileen Murphy, Liza Valentin-Blasini, and Mark Robson. “Perchlorate exposure in lactating women in an urban community in New Jersey.” Science of the total environment. 409.3 (2011): 460-464.
  • Buchanan Gary A., Anne G. Hayton , and Jeane MacGregor. “Comment on Urban et al. Assessment of Human Health Risks Posed by Consumption of Fish from the Lower Passaic River (LPR), New Jersey”. Science Total Environment. 408.8 (2010): 2002-2003
  • Buchanan, Gary A., Thomas J. Belton and Bhanu Paudel. Eds. “A Comprehensive Assessment of Barnegat Bay-Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey”. Journal of Coastal Research: Special Issue #78. (2017): 296 p.
  • Buchanan, Gary A., Thomas J. Belton, and Bhanu Paudel, “The Comprehensive Barnegat Bay Research Program”. Journal of Coastal Research: Special Issue #78. (2017): 1-6.
  • Charles, Donald F., Tuccillo, Andrew P., and Belton, Thomas J. “Use of diatoms for developing nutrient criteria for rivers and streams: A Biological Condition Gradient approach”. Ecological Indicators. (2019) 96: 258-269. Abstract
  • Coppola Jr., Emery A., Adorable B. Jacinto, Thomas Atherholt, Mary Poulton, Linda Pasquarello, Ferenc Szidarvoszky, and Scott Lohbauer. “Using artificial neural networks for forecasting algae counts in a surface water system.” Korean Journal of Ecology and Environment. 46.1 (2013): 1-9.
  • Davis, Genevieve E., Mark F. Baumgartner, Julianne M. Bonnell, Joel Bell, Catherine Berchok, Jacqueline Bort Thorton, Solange Brault, Gary Buchanan, et al., “Long-term passive acoustic recordings track the changing distribution of North Atlantic right whales (Eubalaena glacialis) from 2004 to 2014”. Nature: Scientific Reports 7. (2017): 13460.
  • Desianti, Nina, Mihaela D. Enache, Michael Griffiths, Ksawery Biskup, Austin Degen, Michael DaSilva, Daniel Millemann, Lee Lippincott, Elizabeth Watson, Andrew Gray, Daria Nikitina, and Marina Potapova. “The Potential and Limitations of Diatoms as Environmental Indicators in Mid-Atlantic Coastal Wetlands.” Estuaries and Coasts. 42.6 (2019): 1440-1458 Abstract
  • Desianti, Nina, Marina Potapova, Mihaela Enache, Thomas J. Belton, David Velinsky, Roger Thomas, and Jerry Mead. “Sediment diatoms as environmental indicators in New Jersey coastal lagoons.” Journal of Coastal Research: Special Issue #78. (2017): 127-140.
  • Enache, Mihaela D., Don F. Charles, Thomas J. Belton, and Clifford W. Callinan. “Total phosphorus changes in New York and New Jersey lakes (USA) inferred from sediment cores.” Lake and Reservoir Management 28.4 (2012): 293-310.
  • Flanagan, Sara V., Steven E. Spayd, Nicholas A. Procopio, Steven N. Chillrud, Stuart Braman, and Yan Zheng. “Arsenic in private well water. Part 1 of 3: Impact of the New Jersey Private Well Testing Act on household testing and mitigation behavior.” Science of the Total Environment 562 (2016): 999-1009.
  • Flanagan, Sara V., Steven E. Spayd, Nicholas A. Procopio, Steven N. Chillrud, James Ross, Stuart Braman, and Yan Zheng. “Arsenic in private well water. Part 2 of 3: Who benefits the most from traditional testing promotion?” Science of the Total Environment 562 (2016): 1010-1018.
  • Flanagan, Sara V., Steven E. Spayd, Nicholas A. Procopio, Robert G. Marvinney, Andrew E. Smith, Steven N. Chillrud, Stuart Braman, and Yan Zheng. “Arsenic in private well water. Part 3 of 3: Socioeconomic vulnerability to exposure in Maine and New Jersey.” Science of the Total Environment 562 (2016): 1019-1030.
  • Flanagan, S.V., J. A. Gleason, S. E. Spayd, N. A. Procopio, M. Rockafellow-Baldoni, S. Braman, S. N. Chillrud, and Y. Zheng. “Health protective behavior following required arsenic testing under the New Jersey Private Well Testing Act.” International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health. (2018) 221:929-940 Abstract
  • Gleason, Jessie A., Gloria B. Post, and Jerald A. Fagliano. “Associations of perfluorinated chemical serum concentrations and biomarkers of liver function and uric acid in the US population (NHANES), 2007–2010.” Environmental Research 136 (2015): 8-14.
  • Goodrow, Sandra, Nicholas A. Procopio, Leo R. Korn, Paul Morton, Robert Schuster, Helen Pang, Chris Kunz, Patricia Ingelido, and Bill Heddendorf, “Long-term temporal water-quality trends in the estuary and watershed of Barnegat Bay Watershed.” Journal of Coastal Research: Special Issue #78 (2017): 22-33.
  • Hausmann, Sonja, Donald F. Charles, Jeroen Gerritsen, and Thomas J. Belton. “A diatom-based biological condition gradient (BCG) approach for assessing impairment and developing nutrient criteria for streams.” Science of the Total Environment 562 (2016): 914-927.
  • Hinners, Thomas, Ami Tsuchiya, Alan H. Stern, Thomas M. Burbacher, Elaine M. Faustman, and Koenraad Mariën. “Chronologically matched toenail-Hg to hair-Hg ratio: temporal analysis within the Japanese community (US).” Environmental Health 11.1 (2012): 81.
  • Horwitz, Richard J., Andrew Tuccillo, Donald F. Charles, Shane Neiffer, and Thomas J. Belton. “Validation of a macroinvertebrate-based index of nutrient status in streams using macroinvertebrate, water-chemistry, and diatom data.” Northeastern Naturalist 23.4 (2016): 532-554.
  • Howson, Ursula, Gary A. Buchanan and James Nickels. “Zooplankton community dynamics in a western mid-Atlantic lagoonal estuary”. Journal of Coastal Research: Special Issue #78 (2017): 141-168.
  • Lathrop, Richard G., John Bognar, Eden Buenaventura, Michael Ciappi, Edwin Green and Thomas J. Belton. “Establishment of marine protected areas to reduce water craft impacts in Barnegat Bay, NJ”. Journal of Coastal Research: Special Issue #78 (2017): 277-286.
  • Murphy, Eileen A., Gloria B. Post, Brian T. Buckley, R. Lee Lippincott, and Mark G. Robsen. “Future challenges to protecting public health from drinking-water contaminants.” Annual Review of Public Health 33 (2012): 209-224.
  • Pachkowski B, Post GB, Stern AH. The derivation of a Reference Dose (RfD) for perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) based on immune suppression. Environ Res. (2019) 171:452-469. Abstract
  • Paudel, Bhanu, David Velinsky, Thomas J. Belton, and Helen Pang. “Spatial variability of estuarine environmental drivers and response by phytoplankton: A multivariate modeling approach.” Ecological Informatics 34 (2016): 1-12.
  • Pflugh, Kerry Kirk, Alan H. Stern, Laura Nesposudny, Lynette Lurig, Bruce Ruppel, and Gary A. Buchanan. “Consumption patterns and risk assessment of crab consumers from the Newark Bay Complex, New Jersey, USA.” Science of the Total Environment 409.21 (2011): 4536-4544.
  • Post, Gloria B. (2015). Book chapter: Principles and approaches for human health risk assessment of environmental contaminants. In: Toxicology and Risk Assessment, Principles and Applications. Editors: A.M. Fan, E.M. Khan, and G.V. Alexeeff. Pan Stanford Publishing.
  • Post, Gloria B., Jessie A. Gleason, Keith R. Cooper. “Key Scientific issues in developing drinking water guidelines for perfluoroalkyl acids: Contaminants of emerging concern.” PLoS Biol, 15.12 (2017).
  • Post, Gloria B. and Judith B. Louis. “Perfluorinated compounds as emerging drinking water contaminants.” Pipeline – The Newsletter of NJ AWWA (2014).
  • Post, Gloria B., Judith B. Louis, R. Lee Lippincott, and Nicholas A. Procopio. “Occurrence of perfluorinated compounds in raw water from New Jersey public drinking water systems.” Environmental Science & Technology 47.23 (2013): 13266-13275.
  • Post, Gloria B., Perry D. Cohn, and Keith R. Cooper. “Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), an emerging drinking water contaminant: a critical review of recent literature.” Environmental Research 116 (2012): 93-117.
  • Post, Gloria B., Perry D. Cohn, and Thomas A. Atherholt, (2011). Book Chapter: Health and Aesthetic Aspects of Water Quality. In: Water Quality and Treatment: A Handbook of Community Water Supplies, American Water Works Association, 6th edition. Editor: J. Edzwald. McGraw-Hill, New York. 2.1-2.100.
  • Potapova, Marina, Nina Desianti, and Mihaela Enache. “Potential effects of sediment contaminants on diatom assemblages in coastal lagoons of New Jersey and New York States.” Marine Pollution Bulletin 107.2 (2016): 453-458.
  • Procopio, Nicholas A., Thomas B. Atherholt, Sandra M. Goodrow, and Lori A. Lester. “The likelihood of coliform bacteria in NJ domestic wells based on precipitation and other factors.” Groundwater 55.5 (2017): 722-735.
  • Procopio, Nicholas A., Rob Karl, Sandra M. Goodrow, Joseph Maggio, Judy B. Louis, Thomas B. Atherholt. “Identification and trackdown of Perfluoroalkyl Acids (PFAA) in the Metedeconk River Watershed, New Jersey”. Environmental Science and Pollution Research (2017).
  • Ren, Ling, Thomas J. Belton, Robert Schuster, and Mihaela Enache. “Phytoplankton index of biotic integrity and reference communities for Barnegat Bay-Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey: A pilot study.” Journal of Coastal Research: Special Issue #78 (2017): 89-105.
  • Stern, Alan H., and Leo R. Korn. “An approach for quantitatively balancing methylmercury risk and omega-3 benefit in fish consumption advisories.” Environmental Health Perspectives 119.8 (2011): 1043.
  • Stern, Alan H., Chang Ho Yu, Kathleen Black, Lin Lin, Paul J. Lioy, Michael Gochfeld, and Zhi-Hua Fan. “Hexavalent chromium in house dust—A comparison between an area with historic contamination from chromate production and background locations.” Science of the Total Environment 408.21 (2010): 4993-4998.
  • Stern, Alan H. “A quantitative assessment of the carcinogenicity of hexavalent chromium by the oral route and its relevance to human exposure.” Environmental Research 110.8 (2010): 798-807.
  • Stern, Alan H. “Hazard identification of the potential for dieldrin carcinogenicity to humans.” Environmental Research 131 (2014): 188-214.
  • Stern, Alan H., Michael Gochfeld, and Paul J. Lioy. “Two decades of exposure assessment studies on chromate production waste in Jersey City, New Jersey—what we have learned about exposure characterization and its value to public health and remediation.” Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 23.1 (2013): 2-12.
  • Tsuchiya, Ami, Rob Duff, Alan H. Stern, Jim W. White, Finn Krogstad, Thomas M. Burbacher, Elaine M. Faustman, and Koenraad Mariën. “Single blood-Hg samples can result in exposure misclassification: temporal monitoring within the Japanese community (United States).” Environmental Health 11.1 (2012): 37.
  • Vasslides, James, Howard Townsend, Thomas J. Belton, and Olaf Jensen. “Modeling effects of a nuclear power plant decommissioning on an estuarine food web.” Estuaries and Coast 40.2 (2016): 604-616.
  • Wang, Chao, Zhengdao Huang, R. Lee Lippincott, and Xiaoguang Meng. “Rapid Ti (III) reduction of perchlorate in the presence of β-alanine: Kinetics, pH effect, complex formation, and β-alanine effect.” Journal of Hazardous Materials 175.1 (2010): 159-164.
  • Yu, Chang Ho, Zhihua Fan, Elizabeth McCandlish, Alan H. Stern, and Paul J. Lioy. “Characterization of spatial impact of particles emitted from a cement material production facility on outdoor particle deposition in the surrounding community.” Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 61.10 (2011): 1015-1025.
  • Akita, Yasuyuki, Gail Carter, and Marc L. Serre. “Spatiotemporal nonattainment assessment of surface water tetrachloroethylene in New Jersey.” Journal of Environmental Quality 36.2 (2007): 508-520.
  • Atherholt, Thomas, Eric Feerst, Bruce Hovendon, Jae Kwak, and Joseph D. Rosen. “Evaluation of indicators of fecal contamination in groundwater.” Journal American Water Works Association 95.10 (2003): 119-131.
  • Aucott, Michael. “Comment on “Urban sprawl leaves its PAH signature.”” Environmental Science and Technology 35.9 (2001): 1889-1891.
  • Aucott, Michael, Michael McLinden, and Michael Winka. “Release of mercury from broken fluorescent bulbs.” Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 53.2 (2003): 143-151.
  • Aucott, Michael L., Adriana D. Caldarelli, Rudolph R. Zsolway, Charles B. Pietarinen, and Randy England. “Ambient elemental, reactive gaseous, and particle-bound mercury concentrations in New Jersey, US: Measurements and associations with wind direction.” Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 158.1 (2009): 295-306.
  • Aucott, Michael L. “Compact fluorescent bulbs and mercury pollution.” Journal of Industrial Ecology 13.5 (2009): 658-661.
  • Bailey, Renata, Joseph Marchesani, Andrew C. Marinucci, Jennifer Reynard, and Paul Sanders. “Use of sequential filtration for determining transportable lead in ground water.” Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation 25.3 (2005): 52-62.
  • Bang, Sunbaek, Manish PatelR. Lee Lippincott, and Xiaoguang Meng. “Removal of arsenic from groundwater by granular titanium dioxide adsorbent.” Chemosphere 60.3 (2005): 389-397.
  • Blount, Benjamin C., David Q. Rich, Liza Valentin-Blasini, Susan Lashley, Dande V. Ananth, Eileen Murphy, John C. Smulian, Betty J. Spain, Dana B. Barr, Thomas Ledoux, Paromita Hore, and Mark Robson. “Perinatal exposure to perchlorate, thiocyanate, and nitrate in New Jersey mothers and newborns.” Environmental Science & Technology 43.19 (2009): 7543-7549.
  • Buchanan, Gary A., Alan H. Stern and Gloria Post. “Fish Consumption Advisories”, In: Water Encyclopedia: Surface and Agricultural Water. (2005) Edited by J. Lehr, J. Keeley, J. Lehr, and T. Kingery III. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. pp. 118-121.
  • Burger, Joanna, Branden B. Johnson, Sheila Shukla, and Michael Gochfeld. “Perceptions of recreational fishing boat captains: knowledge and effects of fish consumption advisories.” Risk Analysis 23.2 (2003): 369-378.
  • Burger, Joanna, Melanie Hughes McDermott, Caron Chess, Eleanor Bochenek, Marla Perez-Lugo, and Kerry Kirk Pflugh. “Evaluating risk communication about fish consumption advisories: efficacy of a brochure versus a classroom lesson in Spanish and English.” Risk Analysis 23.4 (2003): 791-803.
  • Burger, Joanna, Alan H. Stern, Carline Dixon, Christopher Jeitner, Sheila Shukla, Sean Burke, and Michael Gochfeld. “Fish availability in supermarkets and fish markets in New Jersey.” Science of the Total Environment 333.1 (2004): 89-97.
  • Burger, Joanna, Alan H. Stern, and Michael Gochfeld. “Mercury in commercial fish: optimizing individual choices to reduce risk.” Environmental Health Perspectives (2005): 266-271.
  • Carter, Gail P. “Eight characterizing indicators in the Barnegat Bay watershed, Ocean County, New Jersey.” Journal of Coastal Research (2001): 82-101.
  • Coulibaly, Lansana, Mohamed E. Labib, and Robert Hazen. “Comparative study between CalTOX and soil screening levels modeling approaches.” Soil and Sediment Contamination 10.3 (2001): 285-300.
  • Coulibaly, Lansana, Mohamed E. Labib, and Robert Hazen. “A GIS-based multimedia watershed model: development and application.” Chemosphere 55.7 (2004): 1067-1080.
  • Dighton, John, Amy R. Tuininga, Dennis M. Gray, Rebecca E. Huskins, and Thomas J. Belton. “Impacts of atmospheric deposition on New Jersey pine barrens forest soils and communities of ectomycorrhizae.” Forest Ecology and Management 201.1 (2004): 131-144.
  • Du, Songyan, Thomas J. Belton, and Lisa A. Rodenburg. “Source apportionment of polychlorinated biphenyls in the tidal Delaware River.” Environmental Science & Technology 42.11 (2008): 4044-4051.
  • Flinders, C. A., Richard J. Horwitz, and Thomas J. Belton. “Relationship of fish and macroinvertebrate communities in the mid-Atlantic uplands: implications for integrated assessments.” Ecological Indicators 8.5 (2008): 588-598.
  • Freeman, Natalie C. G., Paul J. Lioy, and Alan H. Stern. “Reduction in residential chromium following site remediation.” Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 50.6 (2000): 948-953.
  • Garetano, Gary, Michael Gochfeld, and Alan H. Stern. “Comparison of indoor mercury vapor in common areas of residential buildings with outdoor levels in a community where mercury is used for cultural purposes.” Environmental Health Perspectives (2006): 59-62.
  • Garetano, Gary, Alan H. Stern, Mark Robson, and Michael Gochfeld. “Mercury vapor in residential building common areas in communities where mercury is used for cultural purposes versus a reference community.” Science of the Total Environment 397.1 (2008): 131-139.
  • Gastrich, Mary Downes, and Catherine E. Wazniak. “A brown tide bloom index based on the potential harmful effects of the brown tide alga, Aureococcus anophagefferens.” Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management 5.4 (2002): 435-441.
  • Gastrich, Mary Downes, Richard Lathrop, Scott Haag, Michael P. Weinstien, Michael Danko, David A. Caron, and Rebecca Schaffner. “Assessment of brown tide blooms, caused by Aureococcus anophagefferens, and contributing factors in New Jersey coastal bays: 2000–2002.” Harmful Algae 3.4 (2004): 305-320.
  • Gibs, Jacob, Paul E. Stackelberg, Edward T. Furlong, Michael Meyer, Steven D. Zaugg, and R. Lee Lippincott. “Persistence of pharmaceuticals and other organic compounds in chlorinated drinking water as a function of time.” Science of the Total Environment 373.1 (2007): 240-249.
  • Gobler, Christopher J., Sarah Deonarine, Justine Leigh-Bell, Mary Downes Gastrich, O. Roger Anderson, and Stephen W. Wilhelm. “Ecology of phytoplankton communities dominated by Aureococcus anophagefferens: the role of viruses, nutrients, and microzooplankton grazing.” Harmful Algae 3.4 (2004): 471-483.
  • Hale, Stephen S., Anne Hale Miglarese, M. Patricia Bradley, Thomas J. Belton, Larry D. Cooper, Michael T. Frame, Christopher A. Friel, Linda M. Harwell, Robert E. King, William K. Michener, David T. Nicolson, and Bruce G. Peterjohn. “Managing troubled data: Coastal data partnerships smooth data integration.” Coastal Monitoring through Partnerships. Springer Netherlands, 2003. 133-148.
  • Han, Mei-Juan, Xiaoguang Meng, and R. Lee Lippincott. “Determination of configuration of arsenite–glutathione complexes using ECSTM.” Toxicology Letters 175.1 (2007): 57-63.
  • Jing, Chuanyong, Xiaoguang Meng, Suqin Liu, Salem Baidas, Ravi Patraju, Christos Christodoulatos, George P. Korfiatis. “Surface complexation of organic arsenic on nanocrystalline titanium oxide.” Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 290.1 (2005): 14-21.
  • Johnson, Branden B., and Caron Chess. “How reassuring are risk comparisons to pollution standards and emission limits?” Risk Analysis 23.5 (2003): 999-1007.
  • Johnson, Branden B. “Risk comparisons, conflict, and risk acceptability claims.” Risk Analysis 24.1 (2004): 131-145.
  • Johnson, Branden B., and Caron Chess. “Evaluating public responses to environmental trend indicators.” Science Communication 28.1 (2006): 64-92.
  • Johnson, Branden B., and Caron Chess. “From the inside out: Environmental Agency views about communications with the public.” Risk Analysis 26.5 (2006): 1395-1407.
  • Johnson, Branden B. “Public views on drinking water standards as risk indicators.” Risk Analysis 28.6 (2008): 1515-1530.
  • Johnson, Branden B., and Kerry Kirk Pflugh. “Local officials’ and citizens’ views on freshwater wetlands.” Society and Natural Resources 21.5 (2008): 387-403.
  • Laumbach, Robert, Jian Tong, Lin Zhang, Pamela Ohman-Strickland, Alan Stern, Nancy Fiedler, Howard Kipen, Kathie Kelly-McNeil, Paul J. Lioy, and Junfeng Zhang. “Quantification of 1-aminopyrene in human urine after a controlled exposure to diesel exhaust.” Journal of Environmental Monitoring 11.1 (2009): 153-159.
  • Marhaba, Taha F., Doanh Van, and R. Lee Lippincott. “Changes in NOM fractionation through treatment: A comparison of ozonation and chlorination.” Ozone: Science & Engineering 22.3 (2000): 249-266.
  • Marhaba, Taha F., R. Lee Lippincott, and Doanh Van. “Characterizing dissolved organic matter fractions using spectral fluorescent signatures and post processing by principal component analysis.” Fresenius’ Journal of Analytical Chemistry 366.1 (2000): 22-25.
  • Marhaba, Taha F., Doanh Van, and R. Lee Lippincott. “Rapid identification of dissolved organic matter fractions in water by spectral fluorescent signatures.” Water Research 34.14 (2000): 3543-3550.
  • Mariën, Koenraad, and Alan H. Stern. “An examination of the trade-offs in public health resulting from the use of default exposure assumptions in fish consumption advisories.” Environmental Research 98.2 (2005): 258-267.
  • Mergler, Donna, Henry A. Anderson, Laurie Hing Man Chan, Kathryn R. Mahaffey, Michael Murray, Mineshi Sakamoto, and Alan H. Stern. “Methylmercury exposure and health effects in humans: a worldwide concern.” AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment 36.1 (2007): 3-11.
  • Miller, Kenneth G., Peter J. Sugarman, James V. Browning, Benjamin P. Horton, Alissa Stanley, Alicia Kahn, Jane Uptegrove, and Michael Aucott. “Sea-level rise in New Jersey over the past 5000 years: Implications to anthropogenic changes.” Global and Planetary Change 66.1 (2009): 10-18.
  • Money, Eric S., Gail P. Carter, and Marc L. Serre. “Modern space/time geostatistics using river distances: data integration of turbidity and E. coli measurements to assess fecal contamination along the Raritan River in New Jersey.” Environmental Science & Technology 43.10 (2009): 3736-3742.
  • Money, Eric, Gail P. Carter, and Marc L. Serre. “Using river distances in the space/time estimation of dissolved oxygen along two impaired river networks in New Jersey.” Water Research 43.7 (2009): 1948-1958.
  • Murphy, Eileen A., and G. S. Hall. “Determination of lead sources in water samples using isotope ratios.” Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 65.3 (2000): 314-321.
  • Pena, Maria E., George P. Korfiatis, Manish Patel, R. Lee Lippincott, and Xiaoguang Meng. “Adsorption of As (V) and As (III) by nanocrystalline titanium dioxide.” Water Research 39.11 (2005): 2327-2337.
  • Ponader, Karin C., Donald F. Charles, and Thomas J. Belton. “Diatom-based TP and TN inference models and indices for monitoring nutrient enrichment of New Jersey streams.” Ecological Indicators 7.1 (2007): 79-93.
  • Ponader, Karin C., Donald F. Charles, Thomas J. Belton, and Diane M. Winter. “Total phosphorus inference models and indices for coastal plain streams based on benthic diatom assemblages from artificial substrates.” Hydrobiologia 610.1 (2008): 139-152.
  • Post, Gloria B., Judith B. Louis, Keith R. Cooper, Betty Jane Boros-Russo, and R. Lee Lippincott. “Occurrence and potential significance of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) detected in New Jersey public drinking water systems.” Environmental Science & Technology 43.12 (2009): 4547-4554.
  • Sanders, Paul F., and Ian Hers. “Vapor Intrusion in Homes over Gasoline‐Contaminated Ground Water in Stafford, New Jersey.” Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation 26.1 (2006): 63-72.
  • Stiles, Robert, Ill Yang, R. Lee Lippincott, Eileen Murphy, and Brian Buckley. “Measurement of drinking water contaminants by Solid Phase Microextraction (SPME) initially quantified in source water samples by the USGS.” Environmental Science & Technology 42.8 (2008): 2976-2981.
  • Stackelberg, Paul E., Jacob Gibs, Edward T. Furlong, Michael T. Meyer, Steven D. Zaugg, and R. Lee Lippincott. “Efficiency of conventional drinking-water-treatment processes in removal of pharmaceuticals and other organic compounds.” Science of the Total Environment 377.2 (2007): 255-272.
  • Stern, Alan H. “Public health guidance on cardiovascular benefits and risks related to fish consumption.” Environmental Health 6.1 (2007): 31.
  • Stern, Alan H. “A revised probabilistic estimate of the maternal methyl mercury intake dose corresponding to a measured cord blood mercury concentration.” Environmental Health Perspectives (2005): 155-163.
  • Stern, Alan H. “A review of the studies of the cardiovascular health effects of methylmercury with consideration of their suitability for risk assessment.” Environmental Research 98.1 (2005): 133-142.
  • Stern, Alan H., Joseph L. Jacobson, Louise Ryan, and Thomas A. Burke. “Do recent data from the Seychelles Islands alter the conclusions of the NRC Report on the toxicological effects of methylmercury?.” Environmental Health 3.1 (2004): 2.
  • Stern, Alan H., and Andrew E. Smith. “An assessment of the cord blood: maternal blood methylmercury ratio: implications for risk assessment.” Environmental Health Perspectives 111.12 (2003): 1465-1470.
  • Stern, Alan H., Harvey J. Clewell, and Jeff Swartout. “An Objective Uncertainty Factor Adjustment for Methylmercury Pharmacokinetic Variability.” Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 8.4 (2002): 885-894.
  • Stern, Alan H., Michael Gochfeld, Clifford Weisel, and Joanna Burger. “Mercury and methylmercury exposure in the New Jersey pregnant population.” Archives of Environmental Health: An International Journal 56.1 (2001): 4-10.
  • Stern, Alan H., and Leo R. Korn. “How useful is linear regression analysis in detecting the existence of dose–response relationships in large-scale epidemiologic studies when only a fraction of the population is sensitive? The case of methylmercury.” Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 33.1 (2001): 29-36.
  • Vyas, Vikram M., Saichiu N. Tong, Christopher Uchrin, Panos G. Georgopoulos, and Gail P. Carter. “Geostatistical estimation of horizontal hydraulic conductivity for the Kirkwood‐Cohansey Aquifier.” JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 40.1 (2004): 187-195.
  • Wang, Chao, R. Lee Lippincott, and Xiaoguang Meng. “Feasibility and kinetics study on the direct bio-regeneration of perchlorate laden anion-exchange resin.” Water Research 42.18 (2008): 4619-4628.
  • Wang, Chao, R. Lee Lippincott, and Xiaoguang Meng. “Kinetics of biological perchlorate reduction and pH effect.” Journal of Hazardous Materials 153.1 (2008): 663-669.
  • Wang, Chao, R. Lee Lippincott, In-Ho Yoon, and Xiaoguang Meng. “Modeling, rate-limiting step investigation, and enhancement of the direct bio-regeneration of perchlorate laden anion-exchange resin.” Water Research 43.1 (2009): 127-136.
  • Weisel, Clifford P., Ronald P. Cody, Panos G. Georgopoulos, Vinitha Purushothaman, Stanley H. Weiss, Leonard Bielory, Patrice Gregory, and Alan H. Stern. “Concepts in developing health-based indicators for ozone.” International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health 75.6 (2002): 415-422.
  • Weisel, Clifford P., Shahnaz Alimokhtari, and Paul F. Sanders. “Indoor air VOC concentrations in suburban and rural New Jersey.” Environmental Science & Technology 42.22 (2008): 8231-8238.
  • Weng, Chih-Huang, C.P. Huang, Herbert E. Allen, and Paul F. Sanders. “Cr (VI) adsorption onto hydrous concrete particles from groundwater.” Journal of Environmental Engineering 127.12 (2001): 1124-1131.
  • Weng, Chih-Huang, C. P. Huang, and Paul F. Sanders. “Effect of pH on Cr (VI) leaching from soil enriched in chromite ore processing residue.” Environmental Geochemistry and Health 23.3 (2001): 207-211.
  • Weng, Chih-Huang, C. P. Huang, and Paul F. Sanders. “Transport of Cr (VI) in soils contaminated with chromite ore processing residue (COPR).” Practice Periodical of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste Management 6.1 (2002): 6-13.
  • Yao-Tung Lin, Menghau Sung, Paul F. Sanders, Andrew Marinucci, and C.P. Huang. “Separation of nano-sized colloidal particles using cross-flow electro-filtration.” Separation and Purification Technology 58.1 (2007): 138-147.
  • Allen, Herbert E., Yu-Tung Chen, Yimin Li, C.P. Huang, and Paul F. Sanders. “Soil partition coefficients for Cd by column desorption and comparison to batch adsorption measurements.” Environmental Science & Technology 29.8 (1995): 1887-1891.
  • Atherholt, Thomas B., Mark W. LeChevallier, William D. Norton, and Jeffery S. Rosen. “Effect of rainfall of Giardia and Crypto.” American Water Works Association Journal 90.9 (1998): 66-80.
  • Atherholt, Thomas B., and Leo R. Korn. “ICR protocol: Alternative treatment of parasite sample data.” American Water Works Association Journal 91.3 (1999): 95-102.
  • Aucott, Michael. “Expanding the Reach of the TRI-New Challenges for Industry-Releases versus Throughput.” Pollution Prevention Review 5.1 (1994).
  • Aucott, Michael and Michael Winka. “Findings and recommendations of the New Jersey mercury emissions standard setting task force.” Journal of Hazardous Materials 47.1-3 (1996): 103-117.
  • Aucott, Michael L., Archie McCulloch, Thomas E. Graedel, Gary Kleiman, Pauline M. Midgley, and Yi-Fan Li. “Anthropogenic emissions of trichloromethane (chloroform, CHCl3) and chlorodifluoromethane (HCFC‐22): Reactive chlorine emissions inventory.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 104.D7 (1999): 8405-8415.
  • Bagdon, Robert E., and Robert E. Hazen. “Skin permeation and cutaneous hypersensitivity as a basis for making risk assessments of chromium as a soil contaminant.” Environmental Health Perspectives 92 (1991): 111-119.
  • Bopp, Richard F. and Frederika C. Moser. “A major incident of dioxin contamination: Sediments of New Jersey estuaries.” Environmental Science & Technology 25.5 (1991): 951-956.
  • Bukowski, J. A. “Cancer Risk from the Application of Newspaper to Farmland.” In The Analysis, Communication, and Perception of Risk. Ed B.J. Garrick et al. Springer US, 1991. 267-274.
  • Burger, Joanna, Kerry Kirk Pflugh, Lynette Lurig, Leigh Ann von Hagen, and Stanley von Hagen. “Fishing in urban New Jersey: Ethnicity affects information sources, perception, and compliance.” Risk Analysis 19.2 (1999): 217-229.
  • Burke, Thomas, Jerald A. Fagliano, M. Goldoft, Robert E. Hazen, R. Iglewicz, and T. McKee. “Chromite ore processing residue in Hudson County, New Jersey.” Environmental Health Perspectives 92 (1991): 131-137.
  • Butler, James P., Gloria B. Post, Paul J. Lioy, Jed M. Waldman, and Arthur Greenberg. “Assessment of carcinogenic risk from personal exposure to benzo (a) pyrene in the Total Human Environmental Exposure Study (THEES).” Air & Waste 43.7 (1993): 970-977.
  • Cai, Zongwei, VM Sadagopa Ramanujam, Michael L. Gross, Angela Cristini, and Robert K. Tucker. “Levels of polychlorodibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans in crab tissues from the Newark/Raritan Bay system.” Environmental science & technology 28.8 (1994): 1528-1534.
  • Carter, Gail P. “Estimation of nonpoint source phosphorus and nitrogen loads in five watersheds in New Jersey’s Atlantic coastal drainage basin.” Surveying and Land Information Systems 58.3 (1998): 167-178.
  • Clark, Linda B., Robert T. Rosen, Thomas G. Hartman, Judith B. Louis, I.H. Suffet, and R. Lee Lippincott. “Determination of alkylphenol ethoxylates and their acetic acid derivatives in drinking water by particle beam liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry.” International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry 47.3 (1992): 167-180.
  • Freeman, Natalie C. G., Thomas Wainman, Paul J. Lioy, Alan H. Stern, and Saul I. Shupack. “The effect of remediation of chromium waste sites on chromium levels in urine of children living in the surrounding neighborhood.” Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 45.8 (1995): 604-614.
  • Freeman, Natalie C.G., Alan H. Stern, and Paul J. Lioy. “Exposure to chromium dust from homes in a chromium surveillance project.” Archives of Environmental Health: An International Journal 52.3 (1997): 213-219.
  • Ginsberg, Gary L., and Thomas B. Atherholt. “DNA adduct formation in mouse tissues in relation to serum levels of benzo (a) pyrene-diol-epoxide after injection of benzo (a) pyrene or the diol-epoxide.” Cancer Research 50.4 (1990): 1189-1194.
  • Greenberg, Arthur, Yalan Wang, Faye B. Darack, Ronald Harkov, Judith B. Louis, and Thomas B. Atherholt. “Biologically-directed fractionation of four seasonal extracts of airborne particulates and related chemical studies.” Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds 1.4 (1990): 233-250.
  • Greenberg, Arthur, Jung-Hen Lwo, Thomas B. Atherholt, Robert Rosen, Thomas Hartman, James P. Butler, and Judith B. Louis. “Bioassay-directed fractionation of organic compounds associated with airborne particulate matter; An interseasonal study.” Atmospheric Environment. Part A. General Topics 27.10 (1993): 1609-1626.
  • Guthe, William G.Robert K. Tucker, Eileen A. Murphy, Randy England, Ed Stevenson, and Joan C. Luckhardt. “Reassessment of lead exposure in New Jersey using GIS technology.” Environmental Research 59.2 (1992): 318-325.
  • Hall, E., and Eileen Murphy. “Determination of sources of lead in tap water by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS).” Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry 175.2 (1993): 129-138.
  • Hauge, Paul M., Thomas J. Belton, Bruce E. Ruppel, Keith Lockwood, and Robert T. Mueller. “2, 3, 7, 8-TCDD and 2, 3, 7, 8-TCDF in blue crabs and American lobsters from the Hudson-Raritan Estuary and the New York Bight.” Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 52.5 (1994): 734-741.
  • Hazen, Robert E. “Current use of the EPA uncertainty factor approach in New Jersey standards and risk assessment.” Human and Ecological Risk Assessment (1995): 632-636.
  • Hearne, Shelley A., and Michael Aucott. “Source reduction versus release reduction: Why the TRI cannot measure Pollution Prevention.” Pollution Prevention Review 2 (1991): 3-17.
  • Jowa, Lubow. “The Role of Structure-Activity Relationships in Risk Assessment.” The Analysis, Communication, and Perception of Risk. Advances in Risk Analysis, vol 9. Ed. Garrick B.J. and Gekler W.C. Boston: Springer. (1991): 355-360.
  • Kambhampati, Indira, Kurt S. Roinestad, Thomas G. Hartman, Joseph D. Rosen, Elaine K. Fukada, R. Lee Lippincott, and Robert T. Rosen. “Determination of diquat and paraquat in water using high-performance liquid chromatography with confirmation by liquid chromatography-particle beam mass spectrometry.” Journal of Chromatography 688.1-2 (1994): 67-73.
  • Keene, William C., M. A. K.  Khalil, D. J. Erickson, Archie McCulloch, Thomas E. Graedel, J. M. Lobert, Michael L. Aucott, S. L. Gong, D. B. Harper, Gary Kleiman, Pauline M. Midgley, R. M. Moore, C. Seuzaret, W. T. Sturges, Carmen M. Benkovitz, V. Koropalov, L. A. Barrie, and Yi-Fan Li. “Composite global emissions of reactive chlorine from anthropogenic and natural sources: Reactive chlorine emissions inventory.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 104.D7 (1999):  8429–8440.
  • Kennish, Michael J., Thomas J. Belton, Paul Hauge, Keith Lockwood, and Bruce E. Ruppell. “Polychlorinated-biphenyls in estuarine and coastal marine waters of New Jersey – A review of contamination problems.” Reviews in Aquatic Sciences 6.3-4 (1992): 275-293.
  • Kitsa, Vasiliki, Paul J. Lioy, Judith C. Chow, John G. Watson, Saul I. Shupack, Timothy Howell, and Paul F. Sanders. “Particle-size distribution of chromium: total and hexavalent chromium in inspirable, thoracic, and respirable soil particles from contaminated sites in New Jersey.” Aerosol Science and Technology 17.3 (1992): 213-229.
  • LeChevallier, Mark W., William D. Norton, and Thomas B. Atherholt. “Protozoa in open reservoirs.” American Water Works Association Journal 89.9 (1997): 84-96.
  • Lee, Suen-Zone, Herbert E. Allen, C.P. Huang, Donald L. Sparks, Paul F. Sanders, and Willie J. G. M. Peijnenburg. “Predicting soil− water partition coefficients for cadmium.” Environmental Science & Technology 30.12 (1996): 3418-3424.
  • Lioy, Paul J., Jed M. Waldman, T. Buckley, James P. Butler, and Charles Pietarinen. “The personal, indoor and outdoor concentrations of PM-10 measured in an industrial community during the winter.” Atmospheric Environment. Part B. Urban Atmosphere 24.1 (1990): 57-66.
  • Lioy, Paul J., Natalie C. G. Freeman, Thomas Wainman, Alan H. Stern., Robert R. Boesch, Timothy Howell, and Saul I. Shupack. “Microenvironmental analysis of residential exposure to chromium‐laden wastes in and around New Jersey homes.” Risk Analysis 12.2 (1992): 287-299.
  • Lippincott, R. Lee, E.A. Ibrahim, Judith B. Louis, Thomas B. Atherholt, and I.H. Suffet. “Continuous liquid-liquid extraction for the preparation of chlorinated water samples for the Ames bioassay.” Water Research 24.6 (1990): 709-716.
  • Mattern, C. G., Judith B. Louis, and Joseph D. Rosen. “Multipesticide determination in surface water by gas chromatography/chemical ionization/mass spectrometry/ion trap detection.” Journal-Association of Official Analytical Chemists 74.6 (1991): 982-986.
  • McCulloch, Archie, Michael L. Aucott, Carmen M. Benkovitz, Thomas E. Graedel. Gary Kleiman, Pauline M. Midgley, and Yi-Fan Li. “Global emissions of hydrogen chloride and chloromethane from coal combustion, incineration and industrial activities: Reactive Chlorine Emissions Inventory.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 104.D7 (1999): 8391-8403.
  • McCulloch, Archie, Michael L. Aucott, Thomas E. Graedel, Gary Kleiman, Pauline M. Midgley, and Yi-Fan Li. “Industrial emissions of trichloroethene, tetrachloroethene, and dichloromethane: Reactive Chlorine Emissions Inventory.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 104.D7 (1999): 8417-8427.
  • Moser, Fredrika C. “Toxic levels in water, sediment and biota, and their effects in the Hudson-Raritan Estuary, Long Island Sound and the New York Bight.” Cleaning up our coastal waters: An unfinished agenda. Ed. Bricke K and Thomann RV. Riverdale: Dynamac Corp. (1990): 355–380.
  • Murphy, Eileen A. “Effectiveness of flushing on reducing lead and copper levels in school drinking water.” Environmental Health Perspectives 101.3 (1993): 240-241.
  • Murphy, Eileen A., John Dooley, Herbert L. Windom, and Ralph G. Smith Jr. “Mercury species in potable ground water in southern New Jersey.” Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 78.1 (1994): 61-72.
  • Murphy, Eileen A., and Michael Aucott. “A methodology to assess the amounts of pesticidal mercury used historically in New Jersey.” Journal of Soil Contamination 8.1 (1999): 131-148.
  • Murphy, Eileen A., and Michael Aucott. “An assessment of the amounts of arsenical pesticides used historically in a geographical area.” Science of the Total Environment 218.2 (1998): 89-101.
  • Nessel, C. S., James P. Butler, Gloria B. Post, J. L. Held, Michael Gochfeld, and M. A. Gallo. “Evaluation of the relative contribution of exposure routes in a health risk assessment of dioxin emissions from a municipal waste incinerator.” Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology 1.3 (1991): 283-307.
  • O’Connor, Robert E., Richard J. Bord, and Kerry Kirk Pflugh. “The two faces of coastal environmentalism: Environmental protection and development on Cape May.” Coastal Management 22.2 (1994): 183-194.
  • Pflugh, Kerry Kirk. “The Hidden Dangers in Urban Fish,” New Jersey Outdoors (1996).
  • Pflugh, Kerry Kirk. “Fishing in an Urban Estuary,” Fish and Wildlife Digest (1997).
  • Pflugh, Kerry Kirk, Lynette Lurig, Leigh Ann von Hagen, Stanley von Hagen, and Joanna Burger. “Urban anglers’ perception of risk from contaminated fish.” Science of the Total Environment 228.2 (1999): 203-218.
  • Rappe, Christoffer, Per-Anders Bergqvist, Lars-Owe Kjeller, Stephen Swanson, Thomas Belton, Bruce Ruppel, Keith Lockwood, Peter C. Kahn. “Levels and patterns of PCDD and PCDF contamination in fish, crabs, and lobsters from Newark Bay and the New York Bight.” Chemosphere 22.3-4 (1991): 239-266.
  • Roinestad, Kurt S., Judith B. Louis, and Joseph D. Rosen. “Determination of pesticides in indoor air and dust.” Journal of AOAC international 76.5 (1992): 1121-1126.
  • Ruby, M. V., R. Schoof, W. Brattin, M. Goldade, Gloria B. Post, M. Harnois, D. E. Mosby, S. W. Casteel, W. Berti, M. Carpenter, D. Edwards, D. Cragin, and W. Chappel. “Advances in evaluating the oral bioavailability of inorganics in soil for use in human health risk assessment.” Environmental Science & Technology 33.21 (1999): 3697-3705.
  • Sanders, Paul F., and Alan H. Stern. “Calculation of soil cleanup criteria for carcinogenic volatile organic compounds as controlled by the soil‐to‐indoor air exposure pathway.” Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 13.8 (1994): 1367-1373.
  • Sanders, Paul F. “Calculation of soil cleanup criteria for volatile organic compounds as controlled by the soil‐to‐groundwater pathway: Comparison of four unsaturated soil zone leaching models.” Soil and Sediment Contamination 4.1 (1995): 1-24.
  • Sanders, Paul F., R. Lee Lippincott, and Andrew Eaton. “Determining quantitation levels for regulatory purposes.” American Water Works Association Journal 88.3 (1996): 104.
  • Sanders, Paul F., and Nazmi M. Talimcioglu. “Soil‐to‐indoor air exposure models for volatile organic compounds: The effect of soil moisture.” Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 16.12 (1997): 2597-2604.
  • Stansley, William, Douglas E. Roscoe, and Robert E. Hazen. “Cadmium contamination of deer livers in New Jersey; human health risk assessment.” Science of the Total Environment 107 (1991): 71-82.
  • Stern, Alan H. “Monte Carlo analysis of the US EPA model of human exposure to cadmium in sewage sludge through consumption of garden crops.” Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology 3.4 (1992): 449-469.
  • Stern, Alan H., Natalie C.G. Freeman, Patricia Pleban, Robert R. Boesch, Thomas Wainman, Timothy Howell, Saul I. Shupack, Branden B. Johnson, and Paul J. Lioy. “Residential exposure to chromium waste—urine biological monitoring in conjunction with environmental exposure monitoring.” Environmental Research 58.1-2 (1992): 147-162.
  • Stern, Alan H. “Re‐evaluation of the reference dose for methylmercury and assessment of current exposure levels.” Risk Analysis 13.3 (1993): 355-364.
  • Stern, Alan H., Robert E. Bagdon, Robert E. Hazen, and Francis N. Marzulli. “Risk assessment of the allergic dermatitis potential of environmental exposure to hexavalent chromium.” Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A Current Issues 40.4 (1993): 613-641.
  • Stern, Alan H. “Derivation of a target level of lead in soil at residential sites corresponding to a de minimis contribution to blood lead concentration.” Risk Analysis 14.6 (1994): 1049-1056.
  • Stern, Alan H., Leo R. Korn, and Bruce E. Ruppel. “Estimation of fish consumption and methylmercury intake in the New Jersey population.” Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology 6.4 (1995): 503-525.
  • Stern, Alan H. “Derivation of a target concentration of Pb in soil based on elevation of adult blood pressure.” Risk Analysis 16.2 (1996): 201-210.
  • Stern, Alan H. “Estimation of the interindividual variability in the one-compartment pharmacokinetic model for methylmercury: implications for the derivation of a reference dose.” Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 25.3 (1997): 277-288.
  • Stern, Alan H., Jerald A. Fagliano, J. E. Savrin, Natalie C.G. Freeman, and Paul J. Lioy. “The association of chromium in household dust with urinary chromium in residences adjacent to chromate production waste sites.” Environmental Health Perspectives 106.12 (1998): 833-839.
  • Wainman, Thomas, Robert E. Hazen, and Paul J. Lioy. “The extractability of Cr (VI) from contaminated    soil in synthetic sweat.” Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology 4.2 (1993): 171-181.
  • Weinstein, Neil D., Nancy E. Roberts, and Kerry Kirk Pflugh. “Evaluating personalized risk messages.” Evaluation Review 16.3 (1992): 235-246.
  • Weng, Chih-Huang, C.P. Huang, Herbert E. Allen, A.H-D Cheng, and Paul F. Sanders. “Chromium leaching behavior in soil derived from chromite ore processing waste.” Science of the Total Environment 154.1 (1994): 71-86.
  • Weng, Chih-Huang.; C.P. Huang, H.E. Allen, P.B. Leavens, Paul F. Sanders, “Chemical interactions between Cr(VI) and hydrous concrete particles.” Environmental Science & Technology 30.2 (1996): 371-376.
  • Wong, Diana M. W., and Paul F. Sanders. “Characterization of ambient levels of metals and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons for surficial soil in the urban Piedmont region of New Jersey.” Environmental Toxicology and Risk Assessment: Seventh Volume. ASTM International, 1998.
  • Yin, Yujun, Herbert E. Allen, C.P. Huang, and Paul F. Sanders. “Effects of pH, chloride and calcium (II) on adsorption of monomethylmercury by soils.” Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 16.12 (1997): 2457-2462.
  • Yin, Yujun, Herbert E. Allen, C.P. Huang, and Paul F. Sanders. “Interaction of Hg (II) with soil-derived humic substances.” Analytica Chimica Acta 341.1 (1997): 73-82.
  • Yin, Yujun, Herbert E. Allen, C.P. Huang, Donald L. Sparks, and Paul F. Sanders. “Kinetics of mercury (II) adsorption and desorption on soil.” Environmental Science & Technology 31.2 (1997): 496-503.
  • Yin, Yujun, Herbert E. Allen, C.P. Huang, and Paul F. Sanders. “Adsorption/desorption isotherms of Hg (II) by soil.” Soil Science 162.1 (1997): 35-45.
  • Yin, Yujun, Herbert E. Allen, Y. Li, C.P. Huang, and Paul F. Sanders.  “Adsorption of Mercury(II) by soil: Effects of pH, chloride, and organic matter.” Journal of Environmental Quality 25.4 (1996): 837-844.
  • Atherholt, Thomas B., Gerard J. McGarrity, and Judith Louis. “Mutagenic activity of sterilization indicators.” Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis 4.1 (1982): 93-101.
  • Atherholt, Thomas B., Gerard J. McGarrity, Judith B. Louis, Leslie J. McGeorge, Paul J. Lioy, Joan M. Daisey, Arthur Greenberg, and Faye Darack. “Mutagenicity studies of New Jersey ambient air particulate extracts.” Short-Term Bioassays in the Analysis of Complex Environmental Mixtures IV. Springer US, 1985. 211-231.
  • Atherholt, Thomas B. “Animal research: a choice.” Science (New York, NY) 242.4882 (1988): 1111.
  • Belton, Thomas, Robert Roundy, and Neil Weinstein. “Managing the risks of toxic exposure.” Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 28.9 (1986): 19-37.
  • Burke, Thomas A., S. Gray, C. M. Krawiec, R. J. Katz, P.W. Preuss, and Glen Paulson, “An environmental investigation of clusters of leukemia and Hodgkin’s disease in Rutherford, New Jersey.” The Journal of the Medical Society of New Jersey 77.4 (1980): 259-264.
  • Daggett, Christopher J., Robert E. Hazen, and Judith Auer Shaw. “Advancing Environmental Protection Through Risk Assessment.” Columbia Journal of Environmental Law 14 (1989): 315-237.
  • Daisey, Joan M., Freeman Allen, Gerard J. McGarrity, Thomas B. Atherholt, Judith B. Louis, Leslie J. McGeorge, and Paul J Lioy. “Effects of filter type on the organic composition and mutagenicity of inhalable particulate matter.” Aerosol Science and Technology 5.1 (1986): 69-80.
  • Faust, Samuel D., Andrew Winka, Thomas Belton, and Robert Tucker. “Assessment of the chemical and biological significance of arsenical compounds in a heavily contaminated watershed part II. Analysis and distribution of several arsenical species.” Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A 18.3 (1983): 389-411.
  • Faust, Samuel D., Andrew J. Winka, and Thomas Belton. “An assessment of chemical and biological significance of arsenical species in the Maurice River Drainage Basin (NJ). Part I. Distribution in water and river and lake sediments.” Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A 22.3 (1987): 209-237.
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