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Superfund Research Program

Staci L. Simonich

Oregon State University
Department of Environmental Toxicology
1141 Ag. Life Sciences Building
Corvallis, OR 97331
Phone: 541-737-9194
Fax: 541-737-0497
Email: staci.simonich@oregonstate.edu

Projects

Hazardous Waste Sites

American Creosote Works Superfund Site

  • Oregon State University: Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products in Complex Environmental Mixtures at Superfund Sites

McCormick and Baxter

  • Oregon State University: Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products in Complex Environmental Mixtures at Superfund Sites

St. Maries Creosote Superfund Site

  • Oregon State University: Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products in Complex Environmental Mixtures at Superfund Sites

Publications

2016

  • Chlebowski A, Tanguay RL, Simonich SL. 2016. Quantitation and prediction of sorptive losses during toxicity testing of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) and nitrated PAH (NPAH) using polystyrene 96-well plates. Neurotoxicol Teratol57:30-38. doi:10.1016/j.ntt.2016.05.001 PMID:27170619
  • Teeguarden J, Tan Y, Edwards SW, Leonard JA, Anderson KA, Corley RA, Kile ML, Simonich SL, Stone D, Tanguay RL, Waters KM, Harper SL, Williams DE. 2016. Completing the link between exposure science and toxicology for improved environmental health decision making: the aggregate exposure pathway framework. Environ Sci Technol50:4579-4586. doi:10.1021/acs.est.5b05311 PMID:26759916 PMCID:PMC4854780

2012

2011

  • Madeen EP, Larkin A, Siddens LK, Krueger SK, Lohr CV, Anderson KA, Simonich SL, Williams DE, Baird WM. 2011. Transplacental exposure to individual environmental carcinogens or mixtures, and dietary intervention as a chemoprevention strategy. In: Superfund Research Program Annual Meeting Oct. 24-25. Lexington, KY.
  • Schrlau J, Geiser L, Hageman KJ, Landers D, Simonich SL. 2011. Comparison of Lichen, Conifer Needles, Passive Air Sampling Devices, and Snowpack as Passive Sampling Media to Measure Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds in Remote Atmospheres. Environ Sci Technol45:10354-10361. doi:10.1021/es202418f PMID:22087860 PMCID:PMC3245801
  • Wang W, Simonich SL, Giri B, Chang Y, Zhang Y, Jia Y, Tao S, Wang R, Wang B, Cao J, Lu X. 2011. Atmospheric concentrations and air-soil gas exchange of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in remote, rural village and urban areas of Beijing-Tianjin region, North China. Science of the Total Environment409:2942-2950. (Completed with ARRA Funds)
  • Wang W, Simonich SL, Wang W, Giri B, Zhao J, Xue M, Cao J, Lu X, Tao S. 2011. Atmospheric Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon concentrations and gas/particle partitioning at background, rural village, and urban sites in the North China Plain. Atmospheric Research99(2):197-206. doi:10.1016/j.atmosres.2010.10.002
  • Zhang Y, Tao S, Ma J, Simonich SL. 2011. Transpacific transport of benzo[a]pyrene emitted from Asia. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics11:11993-12006. doi:10.5194/acp-11-11993-2011

2010

  • Siddens LK, Castro DJ, Larkin A, Simonich SL, Arlt VM, Phillips DH, Löhr C, Krueger SK, Williams DE, Baird WM, Swanson HI. 2010. Skin and transplacental carcinogenesis in mice following application of individual polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and environmental mixtures. In: Biological Radical Intermediates VIII Proceedings. Barcelona,

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