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Person Details: Danny D. Reible Ph.D.

Superfund Research Program

Danny D. Reible Ph.D.

University of Texas-Austin
1 University Station
MC R8000
Austin, Texas 78712
Phone: 512-471-4642
Fax: 512-471-5870
Email: danny.reible@ttu.edu

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2018

  • Jonker MT, van der Heijden SA, Adelman D, Apell JN, Burgess RM, Choi Y, Fernandez LA, Flavetta GM, Ghosh U, Gschwend PM, Hale SE, Jalalizadeh M, Khairy M, Lampi MA, Lao W, Lohmann R, Lydy MJ, Maruya K, Nutile SA, Oen AM, Rakowska MI, Reible DD, Rusina TP, Smedes F, Wu Y. 2018. Advancing the use of passive sampling in risk assessment and management of sediments contaminated with hydrophobic organic chemicals: results of an international ex situ passive sampling interlaboratory comparison. Environ Sci Technol 52:3574-3582. doi:10.1021/acs.est.7b05752 PMID:29488382 PMCID:PMC5863099

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  • Galjour J, Ma S, Moretti L, Lu X, Reible DD, Knox A, Paller M, Olsta J. 2009. Organoclay for the control of dissolved and separate phase contaminants: Laboratory and Field Studies. In: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Remediation of Contaminated Sediments. Battelle, Jacksonville, FL.
  • Yan F, Reible DD, Lowry GV, Gregory KB, Sun M. 2009. Electrode-based reactive capping of contaminated sediments for in situ redox control. In: ACS 2009 Fall Meeting, Division of Environmental Chemistry. Washington, DC.
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