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Project Publications: Mount Sinai School of Medicine: Sources and Pathways of Urban Heavy Metal Exposure Using Elemental and Isotopic Composition of Environmental Samples

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Superfund Research Program

Sources and Pathways of Urban Heavy Metal Exposure Using Elemental and Isotopic Composition of Environmental Samples

Project Leader: H. James Simpson
Grant Number: P42ES007384
Funding Period: 1995 - 2001

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Publications

2000

  • Onalaja A, Claudio L. 2000. Genetic susceptibility to lead poisoning. Environ Health Perspect 108(Suppl.1):23-28. PMID:10698721

1999

  • Chillrud SN, Bopp RF, Simpson HJ, Ross JM, Shuster EL, Chaky DA, Walsh D, Chin Choy C, Tolley L, Yarme A. 1999. Twentieth-century atmospheric metal fluxes into Central Park Lake, New York City. Environ Sci Technol 33(5):657-662. PMID:21850150
  • Chillrud SN, Hemming S, Shuster EL, Simpson HJ, Bopp RF, Ross JM, Pederson DC, Chaky DA, Tolley L, Estabrooks FD. 1999. Stable lead isotopes, contaminant metals and PCBs in Upper Hudson River sediments. Environ Sci Technol 33:657-662.

1998

  • Ehrlich RR, Robins T, Jordaan E, Miller S, Mbuli S, Selby P, Wynchank S, Cantrell A, De Broe M, D'Haese P, Todd AC, Landrigan PJ. 1998. Association of lead with renal failure in a South African battery workforce. J Occup Environ Med 55:453-460.
  • Kroenke AE, Bopp RF, Chaky DA, Chillrud SN, Shuster EL, Estabrooks FD, Swartz J. 1998. Atmospheric deposition and fluxes of mercury in remote and urban areas of the Hudson River Basin. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 79(17):S86.
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