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.
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.
Handbook of Mass Spectra of Environmental Contaminants, Second Edition, Lewis Publishers: Boca Raton (1992).
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.
Chlorinated organic compounds in the atmosphere, InOrganic 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.
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.