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Person Details: Ilya Zaslavsky

Superfund Research Program

Ilya Zaslavsky

University of California-San Diego
San Diego Supercomputer Center, Room E276
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, California 92093-0505
Phone: 858-534-8342
Fax: 858-534-5113
Email: izaslavsky@ucsd.edu

Projects

Publications

2020

  • Cooper AM, Felix D, Alcantara F, Zaslavsky I, Work A, Watson P, Pezzoli K, Yu Q, Zhu D, Scavo A, Zarabi Y, Schroeder JI. 2020. Monitoring and mitigation of toxic heavy metals and arsenic accumulation in food crops: a case study of an urban community garden. Plant Direct 4(1):e00198. doi:10.1002/pld3.198 PMID:31956855 PMCID:PMC6957986

2007

  • Pezzoli K, Tukey RH, Sarabia H, Zaslavsky I, Miranda ML, Suk WA, Lin A, Ellisman MH. 2007. The NIEHS Environmental Health Sciences Data Resource Portal: placing advanced technologies in service to vulnerable communities. Environ Health Perspect 115(4):564-571. doi:10.1289/ehp.9817 PMID:17450225 PMCID:PMC1852670

2006

  • Zaslavsky I, Pezzoli K, Valentine D, Lin A, Sarabia H, Ellisman MH, Tukey RH, Hull A, Miranda ML, Avakian MD. 2006. Intgrating GIS and portal Technologies for assessing environmental health impacts of Hurricane Katrina. In: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology Vol II, August 19-22. American Science Press, Houston, TX. pp.385-390.
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