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Environmental Sciences Publications 2006

Annually the federal Environmental Science researchers at EPA Las Vegas publish between 20-35 refereed journal articles and 5-10 peer-reviewed book chapters. Through its extramural programs, EPA funds research undertaken in the private sector. As a result, the scientific community, at-large, is provided with extensive, current research information. A bibliography of EPA's most recent Environmental Sciences publications is listed below.

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Philip J. Brown II, Aldo T. Mazzella, David L. Wright. Monitoring of a Controlled DNAPL Spill Using a Prototype Dielectric Logging Tool, EPA/600/R-06/092, U.S. Department of the Interior., U.S. Geological Survey., U.S. Environmental Protection Agency., September 2006.

Ainsworth, C. C. Cullinan V. I. Crecelius E. A. Wagnon K. B. Niewlolny L. A. Schumacher B. A. Sample Holding Time Reevaluation EPA/600/R-05/124, (TIP # 05-131, Published Report.) B. Schumacher, PO.

Billets, S. Demonstration and Quality Assurance Project Plan: XRF Technologies of Measuring Trace Elements in Soil and Sediment EPA/600/R-05/009, (TIP # 05-066, Published Report PB2006-110698.) J. Goetz, PO.

Billets, S. Innovative Technology Verification Report XRF Technologies for Measuring in Soil and Sediment Innov-X XT400 Series XRF Analyzer, EPA/540/R-06/002. (TIP # 06-006, SITE Report PB2006-109034.) J. Goetz, PO.

Billets, S. Innovative Technology Verification Report XRF Technologies for Measuring in Soil and Sediment Niton XLi 700 Series XRF Analyzer, EPA/540/R-06/003. (TIP # 06-005, SITE Report PB2006-109035.) J. Goetz, PO.

Billets, S. Innovative Technology Verification Report XRF Technologies for Measuring in Soil and Sediment Oxford ED2000 XRF Analyzer, EPA/540/R-06/007. (TIP # 06-009, Site Report PB2006-109037.) J. Goetz, PO.

Billets, S. Innovative Technology Verification Report XRF Technologies for Measuring in Soil and Sediment Oxford X-Met 3000TX XRF Analyzer, EPA/540/R-06/008. (TIP # 06-002, SITE Report, PB2006-109038.) J. Goetz, PO.

Billets, S. Innovative Technology Verification Report XRF Technologies for Measuring in Soil and Sediment Rigaku ZSX Mini ll XRF Analyzer, EPA/540/R-06/0001. (TIP # 06-007, SITE Report PB2006-109039.) J. Goetz, PO.

Billets, S. Innovative Technology Verification Report XRF Technologies for Measuring in Soil and Sediment Rontec PicoTAX XRF Analyzer, EPA/540/R-06/005. (TIP # 06-003, SITE Report PB2006-109040.) J. Goetz, PO.

Billets, S. Innovative Technology Verification Report XRF Technologies for Measuring in Soil and Sediment Xcalibur ElvaX XRF Analyzer, EPA/540/R-6/006. (TIP # 06-008, Site Report PB2006-109028.) J. Goetz, PO.

Billets, S. Innovative Technology Verification Report XRF Technologies for Measuring Trace Elements in Soil and Sediment. Nitro XLt 700 Series XRF Analyzer, EPA/540/R-06/004. (TIP # 06-004, Site Document PB2006-109036.) S. Billets, PO.

Karl J. Ellefsen, Aldo T. Mazzella, and Jeffrey E. Lucius, “A finite-difference, discrete-wavenumber method for calculating radar traces”, June 2006, 11th International Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar, Columbus, Ohio, USA.

Fuentes, M. Song H. Ghosh S. Holland D. Davis J. Spatial Association between Speciated Fine Particles and Mortality, (TIP # 04-207, Journal Article.) D. Holland, PO. Biometrics.

Gentry, E. L. Riddick L. Brumley W. C. Evaluation of N-Methyl-N-Tert-Butyldimethylsilyltrifluoroacetamide for environmental analysis under both EIMS and electron capture NICIMS conditions and comparison to trimethylsilyl reagents under EIMS, (TIP # 03-017, Journal Article.) L. Riddick, PO. J. Chromatogr. A. 86(5) 299-312 (2006).

Jones, K. B. Neale A. C. Wade T. G. Wickham J. D. Nash M. S. Edmonds C. M. Riitters K. H. Smith E. R. Van Remortel R. D. Multiscale relationships of landscape characteristics and nitrogen concentrations in streams, (TIP # 03-063, Book Chapter.) B. Jones, PO. Columbia University Press , Scaling and Uncertrainty Analysis in Ecology Methods and Applications 205-224, Chap. 11, (2006).

Jones-Lepp, T. L. Chemical markers of human waste contamination: Analysis of urobilin and pharmaceuticals in source waters, (TIP # 05-112, Journal Article.) T. Jones-Lepp, PO. Journal of Environmental Monitoring 8: 472-478 (2006).

Lopez, R. D. Heggem D. T. Ebert D. W. Lyon J. G. Schneider J. P. VanRemortel R. Evanson E. Bice L. A. Maichle R. W. The Great Lakes Basin: Landscape Ecology Metric Data Browser (v2.0) EPA/600/C-05/011, (TIP # 05-120, Software Data.) R. Lopez, PO.

Aldo Mazzella and Ernest Majer, “ Evaluation of geophysical methods for the detection of subsurface tetrachloroethylene in controlled spill experiments”, October 2006, expanded abstract in Society of Exploration Geophysicists 77th Annual International Meeting, New Orleans, LA, USA.

Pyle, S. M. Sovocool W. G. Riddick L. A. Analysis of volatiles and semivolatiles in drinking water by Microextraction and thermal desorption, (TIP # 05-102, Journal Article.) S. Pyle, PO. "Talanta" 69(2) 494-499, (2006).

Sahu, S. Gelfand A. Holland D. Spatio-temporal modeling of fine particulate matter, (TIP # 05-099, Journal Article.) D. Holland Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics 11(1) 1-26: (2006), PO.

Sather, M. E. Slonecker E. T. Mathew J. Daughtrey H. Williams D. D. Evaluation of short-term Ogawa passive, photolytic, and federal reference method sampling devices for nitrogen oxides in El Paso and Houston, Texas, (TIP # 05-068, Journal Article.) T. Slonecker, PO. Journal of Environmental Monitoring DOI: 10.1039/b601113f, (2006).

Sather, M. E. Slonecker E. T. Kronmiller K. G. Williams D. D. Daughtrey E. H. Mathew J. Evaluation of Short-Term Ogawa Passive, Photolytic, and Federal Reference Method Sampling Devices for Nitrogen Dioxide in El Paso and Houston, Texas, (TIP # 05-130, Journal Article.) T. Slonecker, PO. Journal of Environmental Monitoring 8(5) 497-576 (2006).

Semmens, D. J. Miller S. N. Goodridch D. C. Towards and automated tool for channel-network characterization, modeling, and assessment, (TIP # 05-163, Non-EPA Proceedings.) 3rd Federal Interagency Hydrologic Modeling Conference, 04/02/06, in Reno, NV. D. Semmens, PO.

Sibert, C. Maichle R. Sanghee L. On the Computation of a 95% Confidence Limit of the Unknown Population Mean Based Upon Data Sets with Below Detection Limit Observations, EPA/600/R-06/022. (TIP # 06-044, Published Report.) C. Sibert, PO.

Smith, E.R., P. McKinnis, L.T. Tran, and R.V. O'Neill, 2006. The Effects of Uncertainty on Estimating the Relative Environmental Quality of Watersheds Across a Region, Landscape Ecology 21:225-231.

Tran, L.T., O'Neill, R.V., and Smith, E.R. 2006. A Generalized Distance for Environmental Integrated Assessment, Landscape Ecology 21:469-476.

Varner, K. E. Kopsick D. Bearden J. Use of RDID to track Hazardous Waste Shipments Across International Borders EPA/600/F-06-006, (TIP # 06-024, Communication Flyer.) K. Varner, PO. (2006).

Wickham, J. D. Jones K. B. Wade T. G. Riitters K. H. Uncertainty in Scaling Nutrient Export Coefficients, (TIP # 06-001, Book Chapter.) J. Wickham, PO. Springer, 221-233. Methods and Applications 225-237 (2006).

Wickham, J. D. Wade T. G. Currey L. Statewide Empirical Modeling of Bacterial Contamination of Surface Waters, (TIP # 04-184, Journal Article.) J. Wickham, PO. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 42(03) 583-591 (2006).

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