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Shimizu, K.; Kawashima, H. 1999: Comparison of Superacid-Catalyzed Depolymerization and Thermal Depolymerization of Bituminous Coal Catalysis by Superacid Hf/Bf 3 and Synthetic Pyrite. Energy and Fuels 13(6): 1223-1229
Hwang, J.S.; Al-Turabi, M.O.H.; El-Sayed, L.; Al-Gwidi, H.A.M. 2000: Epr and Spectroscopic Studies of S -Methyl- N -salicylidenehydrazinecarbothioatophenanthrolineoxovanadium(Iv) as Model Compound for Vanadium Bound to Nitrogen and Sulfur Heteroatoms. Energy and Fuels 14(1): 179-183
Li, C.; Ashida, S.; Iino, M.; Takanohashi, T. 2000: Coal Dissolution by Heat Treatments in N -Methyl-2-pyrrolidinone, 1,4,5,8,9,10-Hexahydroanthracene, and Their Mixed Solvents: A Large Synergistic Effect of the Mixed Solvents. Energy and Fuels 14(1): 190-196
Kodama, T.; Aoki, A.; Ohtake, H.; Funatoh, A.; Shimizu, T.; Kitayama, Y. 2000: Thermochemical Co 2 Gasification of Coal Using a Reactive Coal-In 2 O 3 System. Energy and Fuels 14(1): 202-211
Norström, T.; Kilpinen, P.; Brink, A.; Vakkilainen, E.; Hupa, M. 2000: Comparisons of the Validity of Different Simplified Nh 3 Oxidation Mechanisms for Combustion of Biomass. Energy and Fuels 14(5): 947-952
Andersen, K.H.; Frandsen, F.J.; Hansen, P.F.B.; Wieck-Hansen, K.; Rasmussen, I.; Overgaard, P.; Dam-Johansen, K. 2000: Deposit Formation in a 150 Mw e Utility Pf-Boiler during Co-combustion of Coal and Straw. Energy and Fuels 14(4): 765-780
Scala, F.; Salatino, P.; Chirone, R. 2000: Fluidized Bed Combustion of a Biomass Char ( Robinia pseudoacacia ). Energy and Fuels 14(4): 781-790
Kanno, T.; Kimura, M.; Ikenaga, N.; Suzuki, T. 2000: Coliquefaction of Coal with Polyethylene Using Fe(Co) 5 S as Catalyst. Energy and Fuels 14(3): 612-617
Norinaga, K.; Hayashi, J.; Kato, R.; Chiba, T. 2000: Mobilization of the Hydroxyls in a Brown Coal with Solvent-Induced Swelling Evaluated by Pulsed 1 H Nmr. Energy and Fuels 14(2): 503-508
Fernández, M.J.; Lyngfelt, A.; Steenari, B.-M. 2000: Reaction between Limestone and So 2 under Conditions Alternating between Oxidizing and Reducing. The Effect of Short Cycle Times. Energy and Fuels 14(3): 654-662
Hong, J.; Hecker, W.C.; Fletcher, T.H. 2000: Improving the Accuracy of Predicting Effectiveness Factors for m th Order and Langmuir Rate Equations in Spherical Coordinates. Energy and Fuels 14(3): 663-670
Shimizu, T.; Satoh, M.; Fujikawa, T.; Tonsho, M.; Inagaki, M. 2000: Simultaneous Reduction of So 2 , No x , and N 2 O Emissions from a Two-Stage Bubbling Fluidized Bed Combustor. Energy and Fuels 14(4): 862-868
Pande, S.; Sharma, D.K. 2001: Studies of Kinetics of Diffusion of N -Methyl-2-pyrrolidone (Nmp), Ethylenediamine (Eda), and Nmp+Eda (1:1, vol/vol) Mixed Solvent System in Chinakuri Coal by Solvent Swelling Techniques. Energy and Fuels 15(5): 1063-1068
Dyrkacz, G.R.; Bloomquist, C.A.A. 2000: Changes in Coal Extractability with Timed Addition of Tetracyanoethylene in Carbon Disulfide/ N -Methylpyrrolidone Extractions. Energy and Fuels 14(2): 513-514
Dagaut, P.; Luche, J.; Cathonnet, M. 2000: Reduction of No by n -Butane in a Jsr: Experiments and Kinetic Modeling. Energy and Fuels 14(3): 712-719
Zong, Z.; Peng, Y.; Qin, Z.; Liu, J.; Wu, L.; Wang, X.; Liu, Z.; Zhou, S.; Wei, X. 2000: Reaction of N -Methyl-2-pyrrolidinone with Carbon Disulfide. Energy and Fuels 14(3): 734-735
Poerschmann, J.; Górecki, T.; Kopinke, F.-D. 2000: Sorption of Very Hydrophobic Organic Compounds onto Poly(dimethylsiloxane) and Dissolved Humic Organic Matter. 1. Adsorption or Partitioning of Vhoc on Pdms-Coated Solid-Phase Microextraction FibersA Never-Ending Story?. Environmental Science and Technology 34(17): 3824-3830
Pinholster, G. 1995: Drinking recycled wastewater: can groundwater recharge safely address the drinking-water needs of rapidly growing urban areas?. Environmental Science and Technology 29(4): 174A-179A
Wong, P.S.H.; Cooks, R.G.; Cisper, M.E.; Hemberger, P.H. 1995: Online, in situ analysis with membrane introduction Ms. Environmental Science and Technology 29(5): 215A-218A
Al-Farawati, R.; van den Berg, C.M.G. 2001: Thiols in Coastal Waters of the Western North Sea and English Channel. Environmental Science and Technology 35(10): 1902-1911
Renner, R. 1995: Scientific Uncertainty scuttles new acid rain standard. Environmental Science and Technology 29(10): 464A-466A
Vandevivere, P.C.; Saveyn, H.; Verstraete, W.; Feijtel, T.C.J.; Schowanek, D.R. 2001: Biodegradation of Metal[S,S]-Edds Complexes. Environmental Science and Technology 35(9): 1765-1770
Appleton, E.L. 1995: A cross-media approach to saving the Chesapeake Bay. Environmental Science and Technology 29(12): 550A-555A
Renner, R. 1995: Predicting chemical risks with multi-media fate models. Environmental Science and Technology 29(12): 556A-559A
Kelso, D.; Kendziorek, M. 1991: Alaska's response to the Exxon Valdezoil spill. Environmental Science and Technology 25(1): 16-23
Wallington, T.J.; Japar, S.M. 1991: Atmospheric chemistry of diethyl ether and ethyl tert-butyl ether. Environmental Science and Technology 25(3): 410-415
Gordon, G.; Tachiyashiki, S. 1991: Kinetics and mechanism of formation of chlorate ion from the hypochlorous acid/chlorite ion reaction at pH 6-10. Environmental Science and Technology 25(3): 468-474
Kormann, C.; Bahnemann, D.W.; Hoffmann, M.R. 1991: Photolysis of chloroform and other organic molecules in aqueous titanium dioxide suspensions. Environmental Science and Technology 25(3): 494-500
Coimbra, Joao Carlos; Pinto, Iraja Damiani; Wurdig, Norma Luiza; Do Carmo, Dermeval Aparecido 1991: Medical waste management. Environmental Science and Technology 25(3): 360-363
Faller, J.; Huehnerfuss, H.; Koenig, W.A.; Krebber, R.; Ludwig, P. 1991: Do marine bacteria degrade .alpha.-hexachlorocyclohexane stereoselectively?. Environmental Science and Technology 25(4): 676-678
Mazurek, M.A.; Cass, G.R.; Simoneit, B.R.T. 1991: Biological input to visibility-reducing aerosol particles in the remote arid southwestern United States. Environmental Science and Technology 25(4): 684-694
Grosjean, D. 1991: Ambient levels of formaldehyde, acetaldehyde and formic acid in southern California: results of a one-year baseline study. Environmental Science and Technology 25(4): 710-715
Johnson, D.L.; Jiao, J.; DosSantos, S.G.; Effler, S.W. 1991: Individual particle analysis of suspended materials in Onondaga Lake, New York. Environmental Science and Technology 25(4): 736-744
Hisham, M.W.M.; Grosjean, D. 1991: Air pollution in southern California museums: indoor and outdoor levels of nitrogen dioxide, peroxyacetyl nitrate, nitric acid, and chlorinated hydrocarbons. Environmental Science and Technology 25(5): 857-862
Atkinson, R. 1991: Kinetics of the gas-phase reactions of a series of organosilicon compounds with hydroxyl and nitrate(No3) radicals and ozone at 297 .+-. 2 K. Environmental Science and Technology 25(5): 863-866
Schebek, L.; Andreae, M.O.; Tobschall, H.J. 1991: Methyl- and butyltin compounds in water and sediments of the Rhine River. Environmental Science and Technology 25(5): 871-878
Bopp, R.F.; Gross, M.L.; Tong, H.; Simpson, H.J.; Monson, S.J.; Deck, B.L.; Moser, F.C. 1991: A major incident of dioxin contamination: sediments of New Jersey estuaries. Environmental Science and Technology 25(5): 951-956
Lovley, D.R.; Phillips, E.J.P.; Lonergan, D.J. 1991: Enzymic versus nonenzymic mechanisms for iron(Iii) reduction in aquatic sediments. Environmental Science and Technology 25(6): 1062-1067
Brannon, J.M.; Myers, T.E.; Gunnison, D.; Price, C.B. 1991: Nonconstant polychlorinated biphenyl partitioning in New Bedford Harbor sediment during sequential batch leaching. Environmental Science and Technology 25(6): 1082-1087
Ballschmiter, K.; Wittlinger, R. 1991: Interhemisphere exchange of hexachlorocyclohexanes, hexachlorobenzene, polychlorobiphenyls, and 1,1,1-trichloro-2,2-bis(p-chlorophenyl)ethane in the lower troposphere. Environmental Science and Technology 25(6): 1103-1111
Rogge, W.F.; Hildemann, L.M.; Mazurek, M.A.; Cass, G.R.; Simoneit, B.R.T. 1991: Sources of fine organic aerosol. 1. Charbroilers and meat cooking operations. Environmental Science and Technology 25(6): 1112-1125
Barnard, S.M.; Walt, D.R. 1991: Fiber-optic organic vapor sensor. Environmental Science and Technology 25(7): 1301-1304
Cunningham, A.B.; Characklis, W.G.; Abedeen, F.; Crawford, D. 1991: Influence of biofilm accumulation on porous media hydrodynamics. Environmental Science and Technology 25(7): 1305-1311
Miller, S. 1991: Es&T 1992 Earth Summit in Rio. Environmental Science and Technology 25(7): 1202-1203
Berkley, R.E.; Varns, J.L.; Pleil, J. 1991: Comparison of portable gas chromatographs and passivated canisters for field sampling airborne toxic organic vapors in the United States and the Ussr. Environmental Science and Technology 25(8): 1439-1444
Tanacredl, J.T.; Cardenas, R.R. 1991: Biodepuration of polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons from a bivalve mollusk, Mercenaria mercenaria L. Environmental Science and Technology 25(8): 1453-1461
Reddy, K.J.; Drever, J.I.; Hasfurther, V.R. 1991: Effects of a carbon dioxide pressure process on the solubilities of major and trace elements in oil shale solid wastes. Environmental Science and Technology 25(8): 1466-1469
Lippert, T.; Wokaun, A.; Lenoir, D. 1991: Surface reactions of brominated arenes as a model for the formation of chlorinated dibenzodioxins and -furans in incineration: inhibition by ethanolamine. Environmental Science and Technology 25(8): 1485-1489
Blackwood, L. 1991: Es&T Views: Assurance Levels of Standard Sample Size Formulas. Environmental Science and Technology 25(8): 1366-1367
Barcelona, M.J.; Holm, T.R. 1991: Oxidation-reduction capacities of aquifer solids. Environmental Science and Technology 25(9): 1565-1572
Buser, H.R.; Dolezal, I.S.; Wolfensberger, M.; Rappe, C. 1991: Polychlorodibenzothiophenes, the sulfur analogs of the polychlorodibenzofurans identified in incineration samples. Environmental Science and Technology 25(9): 1637-1643
Bradford, G.R.; Bakhtar, D. 1991: Determination of trace metals in saline irrigation drainage waters with inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometer after preconcentration by chelation-solvent extraction. Environmental Science and Technology 25(10): 1704-1708
Hickey, J.P.; Passino-Reader, D.R. 1991: Linear solvation energy relationships: "rule of thumb" for estimation of variable values. Environmental Science and Technology 25(10): 1753-1760
Zdanowicz, V.S. 1991: Determining the fates of contaminanted wastes dumped in the New York Bight apex by use of metal enrichment factors. Environmental Science and Technology 25(10): 1760-1766
Turpin, B.J.; Huntzicker, J.J.; Larson, S.M.; Cass, G.R. 1991: Los Angeles summer midday particulate carbon: primary and secondary aerosol. Environmental Science and Technology 25(10): 1788-1793
Hatakeyama, S.; Akimoto, H.; Washida, N. 1991: Effect of temperature on the formation of photochemical ozone in a propene-nitrogen oxide (Nox)-air-irradiation system. Environmental Science and Technology 25(11): 1884-1890
Mopper, K.; Schultz, C.A.; Chevolot, L.; Germain, C.; Revuelta, R.; Dawson, R. 1992: Determination of sugars in unconcentrated seawater and other natural waters by liquid chromatography and pulsed amperometric detection. Environmental Science and Technology 26(1): 133-138
Weschler, C.J.; Brauer, M.; Koutrakis, P. 1992: Indoor ozone and nitrogen dioxide: a potential pathway to the generation of nitrate radicals, dinitrogen pentoxide, and nitric acid indoors. Environmental Science and Technology 26(1): 179-184
Kieber, R.J.; Helz, G.R. 1992: Indirect photoreduction of aqueous chromium(Vi). Environmental Science and Technology 26(2): 307-312
Combes, J.M.; Chisholm-Brause, C.J.; Brown, G.E.; Parks, G.A.; Conradson, S.D.; Eller, P.G.; Triay, I.R.; Hobart, D.E.; Miejer, A. 1992: Exafs spectroscopic study of neptunium(V) sorption at the .alpha.-iron hydroxide oxide (.alpha.-FeOoh)/water interface. Environmental Science and Technology 26(2): 376-382
Dibble, L.A.; Raupp, G.B. 1992: Fluidized-bed photocatalytic oxidation of trichloroethylene in contaminated air streams. Environmental Science and Technology 26(3): 492-495
Nichols, R.L.; Looney, B.B.; Huddleston, J.E. 1992: 3-D digital imaging. Revealing the Location, Depth, and Concentration of Subsurface Pollutants. Environmental Science and Technology 26(4): 642-649
Ke, H.Y.D.; Birnbaum, E.R.; Darnall, D.W.; Rayson, G.D.; Jackson, P.J. 1992: Characterization of the carboxylate groups on Datura innoxia using Europium(Iii) luminescence. Environmental Science and Technology 26(4): 782-788
Rahn, K.A.; Hemingway, S.B.; Peacock, M.W. 1992: A trace-element technique for determining nonpoint sources of contamination in fresh waters. Environmental Science and Technology 26(4): 788-797
Murabayashi, M.; Moesta, H. 1992: Thermodynamic study on the reduction of the polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans in incinerator exhausts. Environmental Science and Technology 26(4): 797-802
Shannon, J.D.; Voldner, E.C. 1992: Deposition of sulfur and nitrogen oxide (Nox)-nitrogen to the Great Lakes estimated with a regional deposition model. Environmental Science and Technology 26(5): 970-978
Tysklind, M.; Lundgren, K.; Rappe, C.; Eriksson, L.; Jonsson, J.; Sjoestroem, M.; Ahlborg, U.G. 1992: Multivariate characterization and modeling of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans. Environmental Science and Technology 26(5): 1023-1030
Little, J.C. 1992: Applying the two-resistance theory to contaminant volatilization in showers. Environmental Science and Technology 26(7): 1341-1349
Atkinson, R.; Aschmann, S.M.; Arey, J. 1992: Reactions of hydroxyl and nitrogen trioxide radicals with phenol, cresols, and 2-nitrophenol at 296 .+-. 2 K. Environmental Science and Technology 26(7): 1397-1403
Macdonald, R.W.; Cretney, W.J.; Crewe, N.; Paton, D. 1992: A history of octachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin, 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzofuran, and 3,3',4,4'-tetrachlorobiphenyl contamination in Howe Sound, British Columbia. Environmental Science and Technology 26(8): 1544-1550
Lorowitz, W.H.; Nagle, D.P.; Tanner, R.S. 1992: Anaerobic oxidation of elemental metals coupled to methanogenesis by Methanobacterium thermoautotrophicum. Environmental Science and Technology 26(8): 1606-1610
Fink, L. 1992: Es&T Letters. Hazardous waste sites. Environmental Science and Technology 26(8): 1470-1471
Okaygun, M.S.; Green, L.A.; Akgerman, A. 1992: Effect of consecutive pulsing of an inhibitory substrate on biodegradation kinetics. Environmental Science and Technology 26(9): 1746-1752
Bonnefous, Y.C.; Gadgil, A.J.; Fisk, W.J.; Prill, R.J.; Nematollahi, A.R. 1992: Field study and numerical simulation of subslab ventilation systems. Environmental Science and Technology 26(9): 1752-1759
Jarman, W.M.; Simon, M.; Norstrom, R.J.; Burns, S.A.; Bacon, C.A.; Simoneit, B.R.T.; Risebrough, R.W. 1992: Global distribution of tris(4-chlorophenyl)methanol in high tropic level birds and mammals. Environmental Science and Technology 26(9): 1770-1774
Dickson, L.C.; Lenoir, D.; Hutzinger, O. 1992: Quantitative comparison of de novo and precursor formation of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins under simulated municipal solid waste incinerator postcombustion conditions. Environmental Science and Technology 26(9): 1822-1828
Beier, C.; Hansen, K.; Gundersen, P.; Andersen, B.R.; Rasmussen, L. 1992: Long-term field comparison of ceramic and poly(tetrafluoroethene) porous cup soil water samplers. Environmental Science and Technology 26(10): 2005-2011
Bury, S.J.; Miller, C.A. 1993: Effect of micellar solubilization on biodegradation rates of hydrocarbons. Environmental Science and Technology 27(1): 104-110
Remberger, M.; Hynning, P.A.; Neilson, A.H. 1993: Release of chlorocatechols from contaminated sediments. Environmental Science and Technology 27(1): 158-164
Glaze, W.H.; Kenneke, J.F.; Ferry, J.L. 1993: Chlorinated byproducts from the titanium oxide-mediated photodegradation of trichloroethylene and tetrachloroethylene in water. Environmental Science and Technology 27(1): 177-184
Foster, N.S.; Noble, R.D.; Koval, C.A. 1993: Reversible photoreductive deposition and oxidative dissolution of copper ions in titanium dioxide aqueous suspensions. Environmental Science and Technology 27(2): 350-356
Harley, R.A.; Russell, A.G.; McRae, G.J.; Cass, G.R.; Seinfeld, J.H. 1993: Photochemical modeling of the Southern California air quality study. Environmental Science and Technology 27(2): 378-388
Senseman, S.A.; Lavy, T.L.; Mattice, J.D.; Myers, B.M.; Skulman, B.W. 1993: Stability of various pesticides on membranous solid-phase extraction media. Environmental Science and Technology 27(3): 516-519
Eldering, A.; Larson, S.M.; Hall, J.R.; Hussey, K.J.; Cass, G.R. 1993: Development of an improved image processing based visibility model. Environmental Science and Technology 27(4): 626-635
McCarthy, J.F.; Williams, T.M.; Liang, L.; Jardine, P.M.; Jolley, L.W.; Taylor, D.L.; Palumbo, A.V.; Cooper, L.W. 1993: Mobility of natural organic matter in a study aquifer. Environmental Science and Technology 27(4): 667-676
Lee, Y.N.; Zhou, X. 1993: Method for the determination of some soluble atmospheric carbonyl compounds. Environmental Science and Technology 27(4): 749-756
Burgoyne, T.W.; Hites, R.A. 1993: Effect of temperature and wind direction on the atmospheric concentrations of .alpha.-endosulfan. Environmental Science and Technology 27(5): 910-914
Perlinger, J.A.; Eisenreich, S.J.; Capel, P.D. 1993: Application of headspace analysis to the study of sorption of hydrophobic organic chemicals to .alpha.-alumina. Environmental Science and Technology 27(5): 928-937
Rose, J. 1993: Civil Liability. Environmental Science and Technology 27(5): 784-785
Fleming, J.T.; Sanseverino, J.; Sayler, G.S. 1993: Quantitative relationship between naphthalene catabolic gene frequency and expression in predicting Pah degradation in soils at town gas manufacturing sites. Environmental Science and Technology 27(6): 1068-1074
Abramowicz, D.A.; Brennan, M.J.; Van Dort, H.M.; Gallagher, E.L. 1993: Factors influencing the rate of polychlorinated biphenyls dechlorination in Hudson River sediments. Environmental Science and Technology 27(6): 1125-1131
White, A.; Shapiro, K. 1993: Life Cycle Assessment. Environmental Science and Technology 27(6): 1016-1017
Atkinson, R.; Aschmann, S.M. 1993: Hydroxyl radical production from the gas-phase reactions of ozone with a series of alkenes under atmospheric conditions. Environmental Science and Technology 27(7): 1357-1363
Chiou, C.T.; Rutherford, D.W.; Manes, M. 1993: Sorption of nitrogen and ethylene glycol monoethyl ether (Egme) vapors on some soils, clays, and mineral oxides and determination of sample surface areas by use of sorption data. Environmental Science and Technology 27(8): 1587-1594
Voyksner, R.D.; Straub, R.; Keever, J.T.; Freeman, H.S.; Hsu, W.-N. 1993: Determination of aromatic amines originating from azo dyes by chemical reduction combined with liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry. Environmental Science and Technology 27(8): 1665-1672
Tuazon, E.C.; Arey, J.; Atkinson, R.; Aschmann, S.M. 1993: Gas-phase reactions of 2-vinylpyridine and styrene with hydroxyl and No3 radicals and ozone. Environmental Science and Technology 27(9): 1832-1841
Fletcher, J.S.; Pfleeger, T.G.; Ratsch, H.C. 1993: Potential environmental risks associated with the new sulfonylurea herbicides. Environmental Science and Technology 27(10): 2250-2252
Ke, H.Y.D.; Rayson, G.D.; Jackson, P.J. 1993: Luminescence study of europium(3+) binding to immobilized Datura innoxia biomaterial. Environmental Science and Technology 27(12): 2466-2471
Newman, A. 1993: Safe Drinking Water. Environmental Science and Technology 27(12): 2295-2297
Johnson, L.L.; Stehr, C.M.; Olson, O.P.; Myers, M.S.; Pierce, S.M.; Wigren, C.A.; McCain, B.B.; Varanasi, U. 1993: Chemical contaminants and hepatic lesions in winter flounder (Pleuronectes americanus) from the northeast coast of the United States. Environmental Science and Technology 27(13): 2759-2771
Goss, K.U. 1993: Adsorption of organic vapors on ice and quartz sand at temperatures below 0.degree.C. Environmental Science and Technology 27(13): 2826-2830
Newman, A. 1994: Cfc Phase-Out Moving Quickly. Environmental Science and Technology 28(1): 35A-36A
Durrani, S.M. 1994: The Snox process: a success story. Environmental Science and Technology 28(2): 88A-90A
Giesy, J.P.; Ludwig, J.P.; Tillitt, D.E. 1994: Deformities in birds of the Great Lakes region. Assigning causality. Environmental Science and Technology 28(3): 128A-135A
Driscoll, C.T.; Yan, C.; Schofield, C.L.; Munson, R.; Holsapple, J. 1994: The mercury cycle and fish in the Adirondack lakes. Environmental Science and Technology 28(3): 136A-143A
Hamilton, J.D.; Reinert, K.H.; Freeman, M.B. 1994: Aquatic Risk Assessment of Polymers. Environmental Science and Technology 28(4): 186A-192A
Faust, B.C. 1994: Photochemistry of Clouds, Fogs, and Aerosols. Environmental Science and Technology 28(5): 216A-222A
Wallington, T.J.; Schneider, W.F.; Worsnop, D.R.; Nielsen, O.J.; Sehested, J.; Debruyn, W.J.; Shorter, J.A. 1994: The environmental impact of Cfc replacements - Hfcs and Hcfcs. Environmental Science and Technology 28(7): 320A-326A
Melcer, H. 1994: Monitoring and modeling Vocs in wastewater facilities. Environmental Science and Technology 28(7): 328A-335A
MacDonald, J.A.; Kavanaugh, M.C. 1994: Restoring contaminated groundwater: an achievable goal?. Environmental Science and Technology 28(8): 362A-368A
Newman, A. 1994: Low-level radioactive wastes, high-level risk?. Environmental Science and Technology 28(11): 488A-491A
Kerr, J.B. 1994: Decreasing ozone causes health concern. How Canada forecasts ultraviolet-B radiation. Environmental Science and Technology 28(12): 514A-518A
Hengeveld, H. 1994: Global warming challenge. Understanding and coping with climate change in Canada. Environmental Science and Technology 28(12): 519A-523A
Peck, V.; Daley, R. 1994: Toward a "greener" pulp and paper industry. The search for mill effluent contaminants and pollution prevention technology. Environmental Science and Technology 28(12): 524A-527A
Poppiti, J. 1994: What is the role of field testing in environmental measurements?. Environmental Science and Technology 28(12): 536A-539A
Coimbra, Joao Carlos; Pinto, Iraja Damiani; Wurdig, Norma Luiza; Do Carmo, Dermeval Aparecido 1994: The Fate of the Oil Spilled from the Exxon Valdez. Environmental Science and Technology 28(13): 560A-568A
McCarthy, J.; Zachara, J. 1989: Es&T Features: Subsurface transport of contaminants. Environmental Science and Technology 23(5): 496-502
Smith, E.H.; Weber, W.J. 1989: Evaluation of mass-transfer parameters for adsorption of organic compounds from complex organic matrixes. Environmental Science and Technology 23(6): 713-722
Zielinska, B.; Arey, J.; Atkinson, R.; McElroy, P.A. 1989: Formation of methylnitronaphthalenes from the gas-phase reactions of 1- and 2-methylnaphthalene with hydroxyl radicals and nitrogen oxide (N2O5) and their occurrence in ambient air. Environmental Science and Technology 23(6): 723-729
Tiao, G.C.; Liu, L.M.; Hudak, G.B. 1989: A statistical assessment of the effect of the car inspection/maintenance program on ambient carbon monoxide air quality in Phoenix, Arizona. Environmental Science and Technology 23(7): 806-814
Edgerton, S.A.; Khalil, M.A.K.; Rasmussen, R.A. 1989: Emissions from wood burning. Environmental Science and Technology 23(8): 906-907
McFarland, M. 1989: Chlorofluorocarbons and ozone. Environmental Science and Technology 23(10): 1203-1207
Croue, J.P.; Reckhow, D.A. 1989: Destruction of chlorination byproducts with sulfite. Environmental Science and Technology 23(11): 1412-1419
Olsen, C.R.; Thein, M.; Larsen, I.L.; Lowry, P.D.; Mulholland, P.J.; Cutshall, N.H.; Byrd, J.T.; Windom, H.L. 1989: Plutonium, lead-210, and carbon isotopes in the Savannah estuary: riverborne versus marine sources. Environmental Science and Technology 23(12): 1475-1481
Grosjean, D. 1989: Organic acids in Southern California air: ambient concentrations, mobile source emissions, in situ formation and removal processes. Environmental Science and Technology 23(12): 1506-1514
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Essington, M.E. 1990: Calcium molybdate solubility in spent oil shale and a preliminary evaluation of the association constants for the formation of CaMoO40(aq), KmoO4-(aq), and NaMoO4-(aq). Environmental Science and Technology 24(2): 214-220
Baker, J.E.; Eisenreich, S.J. 1990: Concentrations and fluxes of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and polychlorinated biphenyls across the air-water interface of Lake Superior. Environmental Science and Technology 24(3): 342-352
Glotfelty, D.E.; Majewski, M.S.; Seiber, J.N. 1990: Distribution of several organophosphorus insecticides and their oxygen analogs in a foggy atmosphere. Environmental Science and Technology 24(3): 353-357
Leavitt, D.D.; Abraham, M.A. 1990: Acid-catalyzed oxidation of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid by ammonium nitrate in aqueous solution. Environmental Science and Technology 24(4): 566-571
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Rogers, P. 1990: Climate change and global warming: A new role for science in decision making. Environmental Science and Technology 24(4): 428-430
Stipp, S.L. 1990: Speciation in the iron(Ii)-iron(Iii)-sulfate-water system at 25.degree.C and low pH: sensitivity of an equilibrium model to uncertainties. Environmental Science and Technology 24(5): 699-706
Kennicutt, I.,M. 1990: Oil spillage in Antarctica: Initial report of the National Science Foundation-sponsored Quick Response Team on the grounding of the Bahia Paraiso. Environmental Science and Technology 24(5): 620-624
Leaderer, B.P.; Boone, P.M.; Hammond, S.K. 1990: Total particle, sulfate, and acidic aerosol emissions from kerosine space heaters. Environmental Science and Technology 24(6): 908-912
D'Oliveira, J.C.; Al-Sayyed, G.; Pichat, P. 1990: Photodegradation of 2- and 3-chlorophenol in titanium dioxide aqueous suspensions. Environmental Science and Technology 24(7): 990-996
Michael, L.C.; Pellizzari, E.D.; Perritt, R.L.; Hartwell, T.D.; Westerdahl, D.; Nelson, W.C. 1990: Comparison of indoor, backyard, and centralized air monitoring strategies for assessing personal exposure to volatile organic compounds. Environmental Science and Technology 24(7): 996-1003
Salmon, L.G.; Nazaroff, W.W.; Ligocki, M.P.; Jones, M.C.; Cass, G.R. 1990: Nitric acid concentrations in southern California museums. Environmental Science and Technology 24(7): 1004-1013
Prepas, E.E.; Murphy, T.P.; Crosby, J.M.; Walty, D.T.; Lim, J.T.; Babin, J.; Chambers, P.A. 1990: Reduction of phosphorus and chlorophyll a concentrations following calcium carbonate and calcium hydroxide additions to hypereutrophic Figure Eight Lake, Alberta. Environmental Science and Technology 24(8): 1252-1258
Coimbra, Joao Carlos; Pinto, Iraja Damiani; Wurdig, Norma Luiza; Do Carmo, Dermeval Aparecido 1990: Regional water quality. Environmental Science and Technology 24(8): 1122-1127
Majidi, V.; Laude, D.A.; Holcombe, J.A. 1990: Investigation of the metal-algae binding site with cadmium-113 nuclear magnetic resonance. Environmental Science and Technology 24(9): 1309-1312
Atkinson, R.; Aschmann, S.M.; Hasegawa, D.; Thompson-Eagle, E.T.; Frankenberger, W.T. 1990: Kinetics of the atmospherically important reactions of dimethyl selenide. Environmental Science and Technology 24(9): 1326-1332
Corchnoy, S.B.; Atkinson, R. 1990: Kinetics of the gas-phase reactions of hydroxyl and nitrogen oxide (No3) radicals with 2-carene, 1,8-cineole, p-cymene, and terpinolene. Environmental Science and Technology 24(10): 1497-1502
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Collette, T.W. 1990: Ester hydrolysis rate constant prediction from infrared interferograms. Environmental Science and Technology 24(11): 1671-1676
Westall, J.C.; Johnson, C.A.; Zhang, W. 1990: Distribution of lithium chloride, sodium chloride, potassium chloride, hydrochloric acid, magnesium chloride, and calcium chloride between octanol and water. Environmental Science and Technology 24(12): 1803-1810
Reichardt, P.B.; Chadwick, B.L.; Cole, M.A.; Robertson, B.R.; Button, D.K. 1981: Kinetic study of the biodegradation of biphenyl and its monochlorinated analogs by a mixed marine microbial community. Environmental Science and Technology 15(1): 75-79
Trindade, H.A.; Pfeiffer, W.C.; Londres, H..; Costa-Ribeiro, C.L. 1981: Atmospheric concentration of metals and total suspended particulates in Rio de Janeiro. Environmental Science and Technology 15(1): 84-89
Alberts, J.J.; Wahlgren, M.A. 1981: Concentrations of plutonium-239 and -240, cesium-137 and strontium-90 in the waters of the Laurentian Great Lakes. Comparison of 1973 and 1976 values. Environmental Science and Technology 15(1): 94-98
Lonneman, W.A.; Bufalini, J.J.; Kuntz, R.L.; Meeks, S.A. 1981: Contamination from fluorocarbon films. Environmental Science and Technology 15(1): 99-103
Giddings, J.M.; Washington, J.N. 1981: Coal-liquefaction products, shale oil, and petroleum. Acute toxicity to freshwater algae. Environmental Science and Technology 15(1): 106-108
Ruby, M.G.; Waggoner, A.P. 1981: Intercomparison of integrating nephelometer measurements. Environmental Science and Technology 15(1): 109-113
Singh, H.B.; Martinez, J.R..; Hendry, D.G.; Jaffe, R.J.; Johnson, W.B. 1981: Assessment of the oxidant-forming potential of light saturated hydrocarbons in the atmosphere. Environmental Science and Technology 15(1): 113-119
Josephson, J.. 1981: Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons. Environmental Science and Technology 15(1): 20-22
Patrick, T.A.; Abraham, M.A. 2000: Evaluation of a Monolith-Supported Pt/Al 2 O 3 Catalyst for Wet Oxidation of Carbohydrate-Containing Waste Streams. Environmental Science and Technology 34(16): 3480-3488
Liu, D..; Strachan, W.M.J.; Thomson, K..; Kwasniewska, K.. 1981: Determination of the biodegradability of organic compounds. Environmental Science and Technology 15(7): 788-793
Knaus, R.M. 1981: Double activation analysis. The simultaneous use of radiotracers and activable tracers in a stream microcosm. Environmental Science and Technology 15(7): 809-812
Carter, W.P.L.; Winer, A.M.; Pitts, J.N. 1981: Effect of peroxyacetyl nitrate on the initiation of photochemical smog. Environmental Science and Technology 15(7): 831-834
Nash, K..; Fried, S..; Friedman, A.M.; Sullivan, J.C. 1981: Redox behavior, complexing, and adsorption of hexavalent actinides by humic acid and selected clays. Environmental Science and Technology 15(7): 834-837
Thingvold, D.A.; Lee, G.F.. 1981: Persistence of 3-(trifluoromethyl)-4-nitrophenol in aquatic environments. Environmental Science and Technology 15(11): 1335-1340
Stollenwerk, K.G.; Runnells, D.D. 1981: Composition of leachate from surface-retorted and unretorted Colorado oil shale. Environmental Science and Technology 15(11): 1340-1346
Bhattacharya, S..; Alsen, C..; Kruse, H..; Valentin, P.. 1981: Detection of organophosphate insecticide by an immobilized-enzyme system. Environmental Science and Technology 15(11): 1352-1355
Schwarzenbach, R.P.; Westall, J.. 1981: Transport of nonpolar organic compounds from surface water to groundwater. Laboratory sorption studies. Environmental Science and Technology 15(11): 1360-1367
Westcott, J.W.; Simon, C.G.; Bidleman, T.F. 1981: Determination of polychlorinated biphenyl vapor pressures by a semimicro gas saturation method. Environmental Science and Technology 15(11): 1375-1378
Appleton, A.R.; Leckie, J.O. 1981: Effect of reagent mixing rate on adsorption process for amorphous ferric oxide monohydrate. Environmental Science and Technology 15(11): 1383-1386
Knap, A.H.; Williams, P.J.L. 1982: Experimental studies to determine the fate of petroleum hydrocarbons from refinery effluent on an estuarine system. Environmental Science and Technology 16(1): 1-4
Durando, M.L.; Aragon, S.R. 1982: Atmospheric lead in downtown Guatemala City. Environmental Science and Technology 16(1): 20-23
Rippey, B..; Murphy, R.J.; Kyle, S.W. 1982: Anthropogenically derived changes in the sedimentary flux of magnesium, chromium, nickel, copper, zinc, mercury, lead, and phosphorus in Lough Neagh, Northern Ireland. Environmental Science and Technology 16(1): 23-30
Cox, R.D.; McDevitt, M.A.; Lee, K.W.; Tannahill, G.K. 1982: Determination of low levels of total nonmethane hydrocarbon content in ambient air. Environmental Science and Technology 16(1): 57-61
Boehm, P.D.; Fiest, D.L. 1982: Subsurface distributions of petroleum from an offshore well blowout. The Ixtoc I blowout, Bay of Campeche. Environmental Science and Technology 16(2): 67-74
Ross, M.M.; Risby, T.H.; Lestz, S.S.; Yasbin, R.E. 1982: Isosteric heats of adsorption of selected compounds on diesel particulate matter. Environmental Science and Technology 16(2): 75-78
Kowalczyk, G.S.; Gordon, G.E.; Rheingrover, S.W. 1982: Identification of atmospheric particulate sources in Washington, D.C. using chemical element balances. Environmental Science and Technology 16(2): 79-90
Choudhury, D.R. 1982: Characterization of polycyclic ketones and quinones in diesel emission particulates by gas chromatography/mass spectrometry. Environmental Science and Technology 16(2): 102-106
Jackson, J.A.A.; Blair, W.R.; Brinckman, F.E.; Iverson, W.P. 1982: Gas-chromatographic speciation of methylstannanes in the Chesapeake Bay using purge and trap sampling with a tin-selective detector. Environmental Science and Technology 16(2): 110-119
Copland, G.B.; Gohmann, C.S.. 1982: Improved method for polychlorinated biphenyl determination in complex matrices. Environmental Science and Technology 16(2): 121-124
Hopke, P.K.; Plewa, M.J.; Johnston, J.B.; Weaver, D..; Wood, S.G.; Larson, R.A.; Hinesly, T.. 1982: Multitechnique screening of Chicago municipal sewage sludge for mutagenic activity. Environmental Science and Technology 16(3): 140-147
Wedding, J.B. 1982: Ambient aerosol sampling. History, present thinking, and a proposed inlet for inhalable particulate matter. Environmental Science and Technology 16(3): 154-161
Fish, R.H.; Brinckman, F.E.; Jewett, K.L. 1982: Fingerprinting inorganic arsenic and organoarsenic compounds in in situ oil shale retort and process waters using a liquid chromatograph coupled with an atomic absorption spectrometer as a detector. Environmental Science and Technology 16(3): 174-179
Glooschenko, W.A.; Capobianco, J.A. 1982: Notes. Trace element content of northern Ontario peat. Environmental Science and Technology 16(3): 187-188
Yamasaki, H..; Kuwata, K..; Miyamoto, H.. 1982: Effects of ambient temperature on aspects of airborne polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Environmental Science and Technology 16(4): 189-194
Bullin, J.A.; Moe, R.D. 1982: Measurement and analysis of aerosols along Texas roadways. Environmental Science and Technology 16(4): 197-202
Newton, D.L.; Erickson, M.D.; Tomer, K.B.; Pellizzari, E.D.; Gentry, P..; Zweidinger, R.B. 1982: Identification of nitroaromatics in diesel exhaust particulate using gas chromatography/negative ion chemical ionization mass spectrometry and other techniques. Environmental Science and Technology 16(4): 206-213
Gray, R.H.; Hanf, R.W.; Dauble, D.D.; Skalski, J.R. 1982: Chronic effects of a coal liquid on a freshwater alga, Selenastrum capricornutum. Environmental Science and Technology 16(4): 225-229
Courtney, W.J.; Shaw, R.W.; Dzubay, T.G. 1982: Notes. Precision and accuracy of a .beta. gauge for aerosol mass determinations. Environmental Science and Technology 16(4): 236-239
Hunt, J.R. 1982: Particle dynamics in seawater: implications for predicting the fate of discharged particles. Environmental Science and Technology 16(6): 303-309
Ondov, J.M.; Zoller, W.H.; Gordon, G.E. 1982: Trace element emissions in aerosols from motor vehicles. Environmental Science and Technology 16(6): 318-328
Reinhard, M..; Goodman, N..; Mortelmans, K.E. 1982: Occurrence of brominated alkylphenol polyethoxy carboxylates in mutagenic waste water concentrates. Environmental Science and Technology 16(6): 351-362
Parker, J.I.; Ferrante, J.G. 1982: Notes. A survey of discharges from a natural gas-drilling operation in Lake Erie. Environmental Science and Technology 16(6): 363-367
Shiaris, M.P.; Sayler, G.S. 1982: Notes. Biotransformation of Pcb by natural assemblages of freshwater microorganisms. Environmental Science and Technology 16(6): 367-369
Petersen, R.. 1982: Influence of copper and zinc on the growth of a freshwater alga, Scenedesmus quadricauda: the significance of chemical speciation. Environmental Science and Technology 16(8): 443-447
Luong, T.V.; Peters, C.J.; Perry, R.. 1982: Influence of bromide and ammonia upon the formation of trihalomethanes under water-treatment conditions. Environmental Science and Technology 16(8): 473-479
Fogelqvist, E..; Josefsson, B..; Roos, C.. 1982: Halocarbons as tracer substances in studies of the distribution patterns of chlorinated waters in coastal areas. Environmental Science and Technology 16(8): 479-482
Games, L.M.; King, J.E.; Larson, R.J. 1982: Fate and distribution of a quaternary ammonium surfactant, octadecyltrimethylammonium chloride (Otac), in wastewater treatment. Environmental Science and Technology 16(8): 483-488
Kaplan, D.L.; Cornell, J.H.; Kaplan, A.M. 1982: Decomposition of nitroguanidine. Environmental Science and Technology 16(8): 488-492
Forney, L.J.; Ravenhall, D.G.; Lee, S.S. 1982: Experimental and theoretical study of a two-dimensional virtual impactor. Environmental Science and Technology 16(8): 492-497
Boehm, P.D.; Fiest, D.L.; Mackay, D..; Paterson, S.. 1982: Physical-chemical weathering of petroleum hydrocarbons from the Ixtoc I blowout: chemical measurements and a weathering model. Environmental Science and Technology 16(8): 498-505
Dzubay, T.G.; Stevens, R.K.; Lewis, C.W.; Hern, D.H.; Courtney, W.J.; Tesch, J.W.; Mason, M.A. 1982: Visibility and aerosol composition in Houston, Texas. Environmental Science and Technology 16(8): 514-525
Weiss, R.E.; Larson, T.V.; Waggoner, A.P. 1982: In situ rapid-response measurement of sulfuric acid/ammonium sulfate aerosols in rural Virginia. Environmental Science and Technology 16(8): 525-532
Oliver, B.G.; Nicol, K.D. 1982: Chlorobenzenes in sediments, water, and selected fish from Lakes Superior, Huron, Erie, and Ontario. Environmental Science and Technology 16(8): 532-536
Saiki, H..; Maeda, O.. 1982: Notes. Cleaning procedures for removal of external deposits from plant samples. Environmental Science and Technology 16(8): 536-539
Carballeira, J.L.; Antelo, J.M.; Arce, F. 2000: Analysis of the Cu 2+ -Soil Fulvic Acid Complexation by Anodic Stripping Voltammetry Using an Electrostatic Model. Environmental Science and Technology 34(23): 4969-4973
Yamashita, N.; Kannan, K.; Imagawa, T.; Villeneuve, D.L.; Hashimoto, S.; Miyazaki, A.; Giesy, J.P. 2000: Vertical Profile of Polychlorinated Dibenzo- p -dioxins, Dibenzofurans, Naphthalenes, Biphenyls, Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons, and Alkylphenols in a Sediment Core from Tokyo Bay, Japan. Environmental Science and Technology 34(17): 3560-3567
Nelson, P.F.; Quigley, S.M. 1982: Nonmethane hydrocarbons in the atmosphere of Sydney, Australia. Environmental Science and Technology 16(10): 650-655
Lonneman, W.A.; Bufalini, J.J.; Namie, G.R. 1982: Calibration procedure for Pan based on its thermal decomposition in the presence of nitric oxide. Environmental Science and Technology 16(10): 655-660
Bopp, R.F.; Simpson, H.J..; Olsen, C.R.; Trier, R.M.; Kostyk, N.. 1982: Chlorinated hydrocarbons and radionuclide chronologies in sediments of the Hudson River and estuary, New York. Environmental Science and Technology 16(10): 666-676
Barrick, R.C. 1982: Flux of aliphatic and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons to central Puget Sound from Seattle (Westpoint) primary sewage effluent. Environmental Science and Technology 16(10): 682-692
Maguire, R.J..; Chau, Y.K..; Bengert, G.A.; Hale, E.J.; Wong, P.T.S.; Kramar, O.. 1982: Occurrence of organotin compounds in Ontario lakes and rivers. Environmental Science and Technology 16(10): 698-702
Dreesen, D.R.; Williams, J.M.; Marple, M.L..; Gladney, E.S.; Perrin, D.R. 1982: Mobility and bioavailability of uranium mill tailings contaminants. Environmental Science and Technology 16(10): 702-709
Kaplan, D.L.; Walsh, J.T.; Kaplan, A.M. 1982: Gas chromatographic analysis of glycols to determine biodegradability. Environmental Science and Technology 16(10): 723-725
Ferrario, J.B.; Byrne, C.J.; Cleverly, D.H. 2000: 2,3,7,8-Dibenzo- p -dioxins in Mined Clay Products from the United States: Evidence for Possible Natural Origin. Environmental Science and Technology 34(21): 4524-4532
Shemwell, B.; Atal, A.; Levendis, Y.A.; Simons, G.A. 2000: A Laboratory Investigation on Combined In-Furnace Sorbent Injection and Hot Flue-Gas Filtration to Simultaneously Capture So 2 , No x , Hcl, and Particulate Emissions. Environmental Science and Technology 34(22): 4855-4866
Hauser, T.; Scott, D.; Midgett, M. 1983: Air monitoring Research needs. Environmental Science and Technology 17(2): 86-96
Hileman, B. 1983: Acid fog. Environmental Science and Technology 17(3): 117A-120A
Hileman, B. 1983: Arctic Haze. Environmental Science and Technology 17(6): 232-236
Choi, W.; Hong, S.J.; Chang, Y.-S.; Cho, Y. 2000: Photocatalytic Degradation of Polychlorinated Dibenzo- p -dioxins on TiO 2 Film under Uv or Solar Light Irradiation. Environmental Science and Technology 34(22): 4810-4815
Bagreev, A.; Rahman, H.; Bandosz, T.J. 2000: Study of H 2 S Adsorption and Water Regeneration of Spent Coconut-Based Activated Carbon. Environmental Science and Technology 34(21): 4587-4592
Yamashita, Y.; Aoyama, N.; Takezawa, N.; Yoshida, K. 2000: Characterization of Highly Active AgCl/Al 2 O 3 Catalyst for Photocatalytic Conversion of No. Environmental Science and Technology 34(24): 5211-5214
Galloway, J.N.; Norton, S.A.; Church, M.R. 1983: Freshwater acidification from atmospheric deposition of sulfuric acid: a conceptual model. Environmental Science and Technology 17(11): 541A-545A
Matocha, C.J.; Elzinga, E.J.; Sparks, D.L. 2001: Reactivity of Pb(Ii) at the Mn(Iii,Iv) (Oxyhydr)Oxide Water Interface. Environmental Science and Technology 35(14): 2967-2972
Bott, T.L.; Standley, L.J. 2000: Transfer of Benzo[ a ]pyrene and 2,2,5,5-Tetrachlorobiphenyl from Bacteria and Algae to Sediment-Associated Freshwater Invertebrates. Environmental Science and Technology 34(23): 4936-4942
Gorse, R.A. 1984: On-road emission rates of carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, and gaseous hydrocarbon. Environmental Science and Technology 18(7): 500-507
Corwin, D.L.; Farmer, W.J. 1984: Nonsingle-valued adsorption-desorption of bromacil and diquat by freshwater sediments. Environmental Science and Technology 18(7): 507-514
Nicholson, B..; Maguire, B.P.; Bursill, D.B. 1984: Henry's law constants for the trihalomethanes: effects of water composition and temperature. Environmental Science and Technology 18(7): 518-521
Kamens, R.M.; Rives, G.D.; Perry, J.M.; Bell, D.A.; Paylo, R.F..; Goodman, R.G.; Claxton, L.D. 1984: Mutagenic changes in dilute wood smoke as it ages and reacts with ozone and nitrogen dioxide. An outdoor chamber study. Environmental Science and Technology 18(7): 523-530
Barber, R.T.; Whaling, P.J.; Cohen, D.M. 1984: Mercury in recent and century-old deep-sea fish. Environmental Science and Technology 18(7): 552-555
Carter, W.P.L.; Atkinson, R..; Winer, A.M. 1984: Effect of temperature and pressure on the photochemical reactivity of a representative aviation fuel. Environmental Science and Technology 18(7): 556-561
Weschler, C.J. 1984: Indoor-outdoor relationships for nonpolar organic constituents or aerosol particles. Environmental Science and Technology 18(9): 648-652
Prahl, F.G.; Crecelius, E..; Carpenter, R.. 1984: Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in Washington coastal sediments: an evaluation of atmospheric and riverine routes of introduction. Environmental Science and Technology 18(9): 687-693
Maymó-Gatell, X.; Nijenhuis, I.; Zinder, S.H. 2001: Reductive Dechlorination of cis -1,2-Dichloroethene and Vinyl Chloride by Dehalococcoides ethenogenes. Environmental Science and Technology 35(3): 516-521
Jones, R..; Burgess, M.S.E. 1984: Zinc and cadmium in soils and plants near electrical transmission (hydro). Environmental Science and Technology 18(10): 731-734
Roy, W.R.; Griffin, R.A.; Dickerson, D.R.; Schuller, R.M. 1984: Illinois Basin coal fly ashes. 1. Chemical characterization and solubility. Environmental Science and Technology 18(10): 734-739
Roy, W.R.; Griffin, R.A. 1984: Illinois Basin coal fly ashes. 2. Equilibria relationships and qualitative modeling of ash-water reactions. Environmental Science and Technology 18(10): 739-742
Leban, M.I.; Wydeven, T.J. 1984: Effect of surfactants and temperature on the hyperfiltration performance of poly(ether/urea) membranes. Environmental Science and Technology 18(10): 778-780
Scully, F.E.; Yang, J.P.; Mazina, K..; Daniel, F.B.. 1984: Derivatization of organic and inorganic N-chloramines for high-performance liquid chromatography analysis of chlorinated water. Environmental Science and Technology 18(10): 787-792
Chen, C.-Y.; Hass, J.R.; Albro, P.W. 2000: A Screening Method for Polychlorinated Dibenzo -p- dioxins (Pcdds), Dibenzofurans (Pcdfs), and Non- Ortho Polychlorinated Biphenyls (Pcbs) in Biological Matrixes. Environmental Science and Technology 34(24): 5172-5176
Scheff, P.A.; Wadden, R.A.; Allen, R.J. 1984: Development and validation of a chemical element mass balance for Chicago. Environmental Science and Technology 18(12): 923-931
Huntzicker, J.J.; Hoffman, R.S.; Cary, R.A. 1984: Aerosol sulfur episodes in St. Louis, Missouri. Environmental Science and Technology 18(12): 962-967
Tuazon, E.C.; Atkinson, R..; Mac Leod, H..; Biermann, H.W.; Winer, A.M.; Carter, W.P.L.; Pitts, J.N. 1984: Yields of glyoxal and methylglyoxal from the nitrogen oxide(Nox)-air photooxidations of toluene and m- and p-xylene. Environmental Science and Technology 18(12): 981-984
Davidson, C.I.; Wiersma, G.B..; Brown, K.W.; Goold, W.D.; Mathison, T.P.; Reilly, M.T. 1985: Airborne trace elements in Great Smoky Mountains, Olympic, and Glacier National Parks. Environmental Science and Technology 19(1): 27-35
Atkinson, R..; Aschmann, S.M.; Winer, A.M.; Carter, W.P.L. 1985: Rate constants for the gas-phase reactions of nitrate radicals with furan, thiophene, and pyrrole at 295 .+-. 1 K and atmospheric pressure. Environmental Science and Technology 19(1): 87-90
Gu, C.L..; Rynard, C.M.; Hendry, D.G.; Mill, T.. 1985: Hydroxide radical oxidation of isoprene. Environmental Science and Technology 19(2): 151-155
Atkinson, R..; Aschmann, S.M.; Winer, A.M.; Pitts, J.N. 1985: Kinetics and atmospheric implications of the gas-phase reactions of nitrate radicals with a series of monoterpenes and related organics at 294 .+-. 2 K. Environmental Science and Technology 19(2): 159-163
Roberts, P.V.; Hopkins, G.D.; Munz, C..; Riojas, A.H. 1985: Evaluating two-resistance models for air stripping of volatile organic contaminants in a countercurrent, packed column. Environmental Science and Technology 19(2): 164-173
Grosjean, D.. 1985: Reactions of o-cresol and nitrocresol with nitrogen oxides (Nox) in sunlight and with ozone-nitrogen dioxide mixtures in the dark. Environmental Science and Technology 19(10): 968-974
Xiao, C.; Wesolowski, D.J.; Palmer, D.A. 2002: Formation Quotients of Aluminum Sulfate Complexes in NaCf 3 So 3 Media at 10, 25, and 50 C from Potentiometric Titrations Using a Mercury/Mercurous Sulfate Electrode Concentration Cell. Environmental Science and Technology 36(2): 166-173
Lewis, C.W.; Baumgardner, R.H.; Stevens, R.K.; Russwurm, G.M. 1986: Receptor modeling study of Denver winter haze. Environmental Science and Technology 20(11): 1126-1136
Alford-Stevens, A.L. 1986: Analyzing Pcbs. Environmental Science and Technology 20(12): 1194-1199
Joos, L.F..; Landolt, W.F.; Leuenberger, H.. 1986: Calibration of peroxyacetyl nitrate measurements with an Nox [nitrogen oxides] analyzer. Environmental Science and Technology 20(12): 1269-1273
Kawamura, K..; Kaplan, I.R. 1987: Motor exhaust emissions as a primary source for dicarboxylic acids in Los Angeles ambient air. Environmental Science and Technology 21(1): 105-110
Takada, H..; Ishiwatari, R.. 1987: Linear alkylbenzenes in urban riverine environments in Tokyo: distribution, source, and behavior. Environmental Science and Technology 21(9): 875-883
Furuya, K..; Miyajima, Y..; Chiba, T..; Kikuchi, T.. 1987: Elemental characterization of particle size-density separated coal fly ash by spectrophotometry, Icp (inductively coupled plasma emission spectrometry), and scanning electron microscopy-energy dispersive x-ray analysis. Environmental Science and Technology 21(9): 898-903
Tong, Y.; Li, A.; Cai, Y.; Ni, X.; Zhang, Y.; Wang, J.; Guo, P.; Li, X.; Zhang, 2001: Mssbauer Study of Atmospheric Aerosols of Shanghai. Environmental Science and Technology 35(7): 1432-1436
Atkinson, R..; Aschmann, S.M.; Winer, A.M. 1987: Kinetics of the reactions of No3 radicals with a series of aromatic compounds. Environmental Science and Technology 21(11): 1123-1126
Wilson, R.. 1987: Nuclear Safety After Chernobyl-Response from a scientist to Flavin's Earlier View. Environmental Science and Technology 21(11): 1051-1052
Gordon, R.J.; Trivedi, N.J.; Singh, B.P.; Ellis, E.C. 1988: Characterization of aerosol organics by diffuse reflectance Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy. Environmental Science and Technology 22(6): 672-677
Eshleman, K.N.; Kaufmann, P.R. 1988: Assessing the regional effects of sulfur deposition on surface water chemistry: the Southern Blue Ridge. Environmental Science and Technology 22(6): 685-690
Olson, T.M.; Torry, L.A.; Hoffmann, M.R. 1988: Kinetics of the formation of hydroxyacetaldehyde-sulfur(Iv) adducts at low pH. Environmental Science and Technology 22(11): 1284-1289
Lichtenthaler, R.G.; Haag, W.R.; Mill, T. 1989: Photooxidation of probe compounds sensitized by crude oils in toulene and as an oil film on water. Environmental Science and Technology 23(1): 39-45
Nunnermacker, L.J.; Dickerson, R.R.; Fried, A.; Sams, R. 1989: A new gas-phase nitric acid calibration system. Environmental Science and Technology 23(1): 106-110
Kyotani, T.; Kawashima, H.; Tomita, A. 1989: High-temperature desulfurization with copper-containing sorbents. Environmental Science and Technology 23(2): 218-223
Mortland, M.M.; Boyd, S.A. 1989: Polymerization and dechlorination of chloroethenes on copper(Ii)-smectite via radical-cation intermediates. Environmental Science and Technology 23(2): 223-227
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Larson, S.M.; Cass, G.R. 1989: Characteristics of summer midday low-visibility events in the Los Angeles area. Environmental Science and Technology 23(3): 281-289
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Suzuki, Y.; Kawakami, M.; Akasaka, K. 2001: 1 H Nmr Application for Characterizing Water-Soluble Organic Compounds in Urban Atmospheric Particles. Environmental Science and Technology 35(13): 2656-2664
Montero, L.; Vasconcellos, P.C.; Souza, S.R.; Pires, M.A.F.; Sánchez-Ccoyllo, O.R.; Andrade, M.F.; Carvalho, L.R.F. 2001: Measurements of Atmospheric Carboxylic Acids and Carbonyl Compounds in So Paulo City, Brazil. Environmental Science and Technology 35(15): 3071-3081
Ramos, M.A.; Fiol, S.; López, R.; Antelo, J.M.; Arce, F. 2002: Analysis of the Effect of pH on Cu 2+ Fulvic Acid Complexation Using a Simple Electrostatic Model. Environmental Science and Technology 36(14): 3109-3113
MartÍnez, C.E.; McBride, M.B.; Kandianis, M.T.; Duxbury, J.M.; Yoon, S.; Bleam, W.F. 2002: Zinc Sulfur and Cadmium Sulfur Association in Metalliferous Peats: Evidence from Spectroscopy, Distribution Coefficients, and Phytoavailability. Environmental Science and Technology 36(17): 3683-3689
Achten, C.; Kolb, A.; Püttmann, W.; Seel, P.; Gihr, R. 2002: Methyl tert -Butyl Ether (Mtbe) in River and Wastewater in Germany. 1. Environmental Science and Technology 36(17): 3652-3661
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Lee, Y.-W.; Park, J.-W.; Yun, J.-H.; Lee, J.-H.; Choi, D.-K. 2002: Studies on the Surface Chemistry Based on Competitive Adsorption of No x -So 2 onto a Koh Impregnated Activated Carbon in Excess O 2. Environmental Science and Technology 36(22): 4928-4935
Hao, J.; Tian, H.; Lu, Y. 2002: Emission Inventories of No x from Commercial Energy Consumption in China, 19951998. Environmental Science and Technology 36(4): 552-560
Mandal, R.; Hassan, N.M.; Murimboh, J.; Chakrabarti, C.L.; Back, M.H.; Rahayu, U.; Lean, D.R.S. 2002: Chemical Speciation and Toxicity of Nickel Species in Natural Waters from the Sudbury Area (Canada). Environmental Science and Technology 36(7): 1477-1484
Lukens, ,W.W.; Bucher, J.J.; Edelstein, N.M.; Shuh, D.K. 2002: Products of Pertechnetate Radiolysis in Highly Alkaline Solution: Structure of TcO 2 x H 2 O. Environmental Science and Technology 36(5): 1124-1129
Bruno, F.; Curini, R.; DiCorcia, A.; Fochi, I.; Nazzari, M.; Samperi, R. 2002: Determination of Surfactants and Some of Their Metabolites in Untreated and Anaerobically Digested Sewage Sludge by Subcritical Water Extraction Followed by Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometry. Environmental Science and Technology 36(19): 4156-4161
Bamford, H.A.; Poster, D.L.; Huie, R.E.; Baker, J.E. 2002: Using Extrathermodynamic Relationships To Model the Temperature Dependence of Henry's Law Constants of 209 Pcb Congeners. Environmental Science and Technology 36(20): 4395-4402
Marr, L.C.; Harley, R.A. 2002: Modeling the Effect of Weekday Weekend Differences in Motor Vehicle Emissions on Photochemical Air Pollution in Central California. Environmental Science and Technology 36(19): 4099-4106
Harris, M.L.; Wilson, L.K.; Norstrom, R.J.; Elliott, J.E. 2003: Egg Concentrations of Polychlorinated Dibenzo- p -dioxins and Dibenzofurans in Double-Crested ( Phalacrocorax auritus ) and Pelagic ( P. pelagicus ) Cormorants from the Strait of Georgia, Canada, 19731998. Environmental Science and Technology 37(5): 822-831
Kannan, K.; Kumar, K.S.; Nakata, H.; Falandysz, J.; Oehme, G.; Masunaga, S. 2003: Polychlorinated Biphenyls, Dibenzo- p -dioxins, Dibenzofurans, and p,p -Dde in Livers of White-Tailed Sea Eagles from Eastern Germany, 19791998. Environmental Science and Technology 37(7): 1249-1255
Betts, K.S. 2002: U.S. electronics recycling stance changed. Environmental Science and Technology 36(3): 52A-53A
Petkewich, R. 2002: Budget: Bush proposes shifting \$74 million to Nsf. Environmental Science and Technology 36(7): 132A-135A
Betts, K.S. 2002: Flame-Proofing the Arctic?. Environmental Science and Technology 36(9): 188A-192A
Minh, N.H.; Minh, T.B.; Watanabe, M.; Kunisue, T.; Monirith, I.; Tanabe, S.; Sakai, S.; Subramanian, A.; Sasikumar, K.; Viet, P.H.; Tuyen, B.C.; Tana, T.S.; Prudente, M.S. 2003: Open Dumping Site in Asian Developing Countries: A Potential Source of Polychlorinated Dibenzo- p -dioxins and Polychlorinated Dibenzofurans. Environmental Science and Technology 37(8): 1493-1502
Betts, K. 2003: Are U.S. Homes a Haven for Toxins?. Environmental Science and Technology 37(21): 407A-411A
Petkewich, R. 2004: Easing traffic and air pollution in London. Environmental Science and Technology 38(21): 408A-409A
Ayotte, J.D.; Argue, D.M.; McGarry, F.J. 2005: Methyl tert -Butyl Ether Occurrence and Related Factors in Public and Private Wells in Southeast New Hampshire. Environmental Science and Technology 39(1): 9-16
Lesko, T.; Colussi, A.J.; Hoffmann, M.R. 2006: Sonochemical Decomposition of Phenol: Evidence for a Synergistic Effect of Ozone and Ultrasound for the Elimination of Total Organic Carbon from Water. Environmental Science and Technology 40(21): 6818-6823
McKone, T.E.; Deshpande, A.W. 2005: Can Fuzzy Logic Bring Complex Environmental Problems into Focus?. Environmental Science and Technology 39(2): 42A-47A
Inyang, H.; Lee, G.F. 2005: Response | Models are not the answer to improved landfilling. Environmental Science and Technology 39(2): 31A-32A
Schaefer, A.; Betts, K. 2005: 2-D isotope analysis deciphers anaerobic Mtbe degradation | Window into the Arctic | Growing biotech | Pbdes in dust and dryer lint | U.S. Pm2.5 levels drop... | ...but not everywhere. Environmental Science and Technology 39(4): 78A-80A
Bodaly, R.A.; Beaty, K.G.; Hendzel, L.H.; Majewski, A.R.; Paterson, M.J.; Rolfhus, K.R.; Penn, A.F.; Louis, V.L.S.; Hall, B.D.; Matthews, C.J.D.; Venkiteswaran, J.J.; Jackson, T.A. 2005: Response | Mercury and the Fludex project. Environmental Science and Technology 39(9): 184A-186A
Vikesland, P.; Swofford, W. 2005: Response | Triclosan research misreported?. Environmental Science and Technology 39(13): 271A-272A
Caldwell, C.A.; Swartzendruber, P.; Prestbo, E. 2006: Concentration and Dry Deposition of Mercury Species in Arid South Central New Mexico (20012002). Environmental Science and Technology 40(24): 7535-7540