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Project Publications: Harvard School of Public Health: Assessment of Contaminant Concentrations and Ecologic Implications

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Superfund Research Program

Assessment of Contaminant Concentrations and Ecologic Implications

Project Leader: Timothy Ford
Grant Number: P42ES005947
Funding Period: 1995 - 2000

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Publications

2000

  • Ford T. 2000. Response of marine microbial communities to anthropogenic stress. Journal of Aquatic Ecosystem Stress and Recovery 7:75-89.
  • Ford T, Ika R, Shine JP, Davalos-Lind L, Lind O. 2000. Trace metal concentrations in Chirostoma sp. from Lake Chapala, Mexico: Elevated concentrations of mercury and public health implications. J Environ Sci Health A Tox Hazard Subst Environ Eng 35:313-325.
  • Lind O, Davalos-Lind L, Ford T. 2000. Clay and the movement of metals into food fishes. J Environ Sci Health A Tox Hazard Subst Environ Eng 35(7):1171-1182. doi:10.1080/10934520009377026
  • Lung SC, Altshul LM, Ford T, Spengler JD. 2000. Coating effects on the glass adsorption of polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) congeners. Chemosphere 41(12):1865-1871. PMID:11061308
  • Lung SC, Yanagisawa Y, Ford T, Spengler JD. 2000. Characteristics of soprtion losses of polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) cogeners onto glass surfaces. Chemosphere 41(12):1857-1864. PMID:11061307

1999

  • Sorci J, Paulauskis JD, Ford T. 1999. 16S rRNA Restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis of bacterial diversity as a biomarker of ecological health in polluted sediments from New Bedford Harbor, Massachusetts, USA. Mar Pollut Bull 38(8):663-675. doi:10.1016/S0025-326X(98)90199-0

1998

  • Ford T, Sorci J, Ika R, Shine JP. 1998. Interactions between metals and microbial communities in New Bedford Harbor, Massachusetts. Environ Health Perspect 106:1033-1039. PMID:9703489
  • Shine JP, Ika R, Ford T. 1998. Relationship between oxygen consumption and sediment - water fluxes of heavy metals in coastal marine sediments. Journal of Environmental and Toxicologic Chemicals 17:2325-2337.
  • Shine JP, Ryan D, Limon J, Ford T. 1998. Annual cycle of heavy metals in a tropical lake- Lake Chapala, Mexico.
  • Shine JP, Ryan D, Limon J, Ford T. 1998. Annual cycle of heavy metals in a tropical lake- Lake Chapala, Mexico. J Environ Sci Health A Tox Hazard Subst Environ Eng A33:23-43. doi:10.1080/10934529809376716

1997

  • Spengler JD, Ford T. 1997. From the environmentally challenged city to the ecological city. In: Cities in Our Future: Growth and Form : Environmental Health and Social Equity. Island Press, Washington, DC. pp.33-62.
  • Vorhees DV, Cullen AC, Altshul LM. 1997. Exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls in residential indoor air and outdoor air near a superfund site. Environ Sci Technol 31:3612-3618.

1996

  • Cullen AC, Vorhees DJ, Altshul LM. 1996. Influence of harbor contamination on the level and composition of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in produce in greater New Bedford, MA. Environ Sci Technol 30:1581-1588.
  • Ford T, Colwell R. 1996. Global issues in microbiological water quality for the next century. In: Proceedings of American Academy of Microbiology. Washington, DC.
  • Shine JP, Wallace GT. 1996. The flux of surface-active organic complexes of copper to the microlayer in coastal marine waters. J Geophys Res Atmos 101(C5):12017-12026.

1995

  • Cullen AC. 1995. The sensitivity of probabilistic risk assessment results to alternative model structures: a case study of municipal waste incineration. J Air Waste Manag Assoc 45:538-546. PMID:7634125
  • Ford T. 1995. Pollutant effects on the microbial ecosystem. Environ Health Perspect 102(supp.12):45-48. PMID:7713033
  • Ford T, Ika R, Shine JP. 1995. Relationship between biological activity and heavy metal fluxes from contaminated marine sediments. In: Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. Reno, NV. pp.a-51.
  • Ford T, Maki JS, Mitchell R. 1995. Metal-microbe interactions. In: Bioextraction and Biodeterioration of Metals. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom. pp.1-23.
  • Ford T, Ryan D. 1995. Toxic metals in aquatic ecosystems: A microbiological perspective. Environ Health Perspect 103(supp.1):25-28. PMID:7621793
  • Ford T, Shine JP. 1995. Microbial transport of toxic metals. In: Trace Substances, Environment, and Health. Science Reviews, Northwood, United Kingdom. pp.9-20.
  • Orlova AO, Bannon DI, Farfel MR, Thomas VM, Aleschukin V, Kudashov VV, Shine JP. 1995. Pilot study of sources of lead exposure in Moscow, Russia. Environ Geochem Health 17:200-210. PMID:24194292
  • Shine JP, Ika R, Ford T. 1995. Multivariate statistical examination of spatial and temporal patterns of heavy metal contamination in New Bedford Harbor marine sediments. Environ Sci Technol 29:1781-1788. PMID:22176450
  • Shine JP, Ika R, Ford T. 1995. Multivariate statistical examination of spatial and temporal patterns of heavy metal contamination in marine sediments. In: Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. Reno, NV. pp.a-51.
  • Shine JP, Wallace GT. 1995. The formation of surface-active organic complexes of copper in coastal marine waters. Mar Chem 51:145-157.
  • Sorci J, Paulauskis JD, Ford T. 1995. Microbial interactions with sediment pollutants in New Bedford Harbor, MA. In: Proceedings of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society of Microbiology. Washington, DC.
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