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Person Details: Scott Frickel

Superfund Research Program

Scott Frickel

Brown University
Maxcy Hall
108 George Street, Box 1916
Providence, Rhode Island 02912
Phone: 401-863-2139
Fax: 401-863-3213


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  • Berenbaum D, Marlow T, Lee A, Deighan D, Frickel S, Howison M. 2018. Mining spatio-temporal data on industrialization from historical registries. Journal of Environmental Informatics doi:10.3808/jei.201700381
  • Boudia S, Creager AN, Frickel S, Henry E, Jas N, Reinhardt C, Roberts JA. 2018. Residues: rethinking chemical environments. Engag Sci Technol Soc 4:165-178. doi:10.17351/ests2018.245
  • Guelfo J, Marlow T, Klein D, Savitz D, Frickel S, Crimi M, Suuberg EM. 2018. Evaluation and management strategies for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in drinking water aquifers: Perspectives from impacted US northeast communities. Environ Health Perspect 126:13. doi:10.1289/ehp2727 PMID:29916808
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