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Your Environment. Your Health.

Project Publications: Mount Sinai School of Medicine: Sources and Pathways of Persistent Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Exposure in New York City

Superfund Research Program

Sources and Pathways of Persistent Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Exposure in New York City

Project Leader: Richard F. Bopp (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Grant Number: P42ES007384
Funding Period: 1995 - 2001

Publications

2014

  • Yan B, Bopp RF, Abrajano TA, Chaky DA, Chillrud SN. 2014. Source apportionment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) into Central Park Lake, New York City, over a century of deposition. Environ Toxicol Chem 33(5):985-992. doi:10.1002/etc.2507 PMID:24375577 PMCID:PMC4211259

2001

  • Bopp RF, Chillrud SN. 2001. Contaminant Chronologies. In: The Hudson River Ecosystem. The Hudson River Foundation, New York, NY.
  • Moser FC, Bopp RF. 2001. Particle-associated contaminants in a shallow coastal lagoon, Barnegat Bay, NJ: a review. Journal of Coastal Research 32:229243.

2000

  • Ni J, Xu G, Block RC, Bopp RF. 2000. Analysis of a Hudson River sediment sample using instrumental photon activation. International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry 78(2):117-129.

1999

  • Chaky DA, Chillrud SN, Bopp RF, Kroenke AE, Shuster EL, Walsh D, Estabrooks FD. 1999. Atmospheric deposition of organic contaminants and trace metals in the New York City area: Insights from dated sediment cores. In: Proceedings of American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. Santa Fe, NM.

1998

  • Bopp RF, Chillrud SN, Shuster EL, Simpson HJ, Estabrooks FD. 1998. Trends in chlorinated hydrocarbon levels in Hudson River basin sediments. Environ Health Perspect 106(Suppl.4):1075-1081. PMID:9703496
  • Chaky DA, Chillrud SN, Bopp RF, Shuster EL, Estabrooks FD, Swartz J. 1998. Chlorinated hydrocarbon contamination of the New York / New Jersey metropolitan area: the urban atmospheric influence. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 79(17):S86.
  • Tolley L, Bopp RF, Chillrud SN, Shuster EL, Estabrooks FD, Swartz J. 1998. Trace metals and suspended sediment dilution in the upper Hudson River. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 79(17):S86.

1996

  • Bopp RF, Chaky DA, Shuster EL, Chillrud SN. 1996. Geographic and temporal distribution of particle-associated contaminants in sediments of the Hudson River Basin. In: Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Annual Meeting 1996. Washington, DC.
  • Chillrud SN. 1996. Temporal trends of PCBs in sediments and striped bass from the Hudson River and estuary. In: Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Annual Meeting 1996. Washington, DC.
  • McNulty AK, Bopp RF, Estabrooks FD, Chillrud SN. 1996. In situ anaerobic dechlorination of PCBs in Hudson River sediments. In: Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Annual Meeting 1996. Washington, DC.

1995

  • Chillrud SN. 1995. Transport and Fate of Particle Associated Contaminants in the Hudson River Basin. Ph. D. thesis, Columbia University, New York.

1989

  • Bopp RF, Simpson HJ. 1989. Contamination of the Hudson River: The Sediment Record. In: Contaminated Marine Sediments Assessment and Remediation, National Research Council, NAS. NATIONAL ACADEMY PRESS, Washington, DC. pp.401-416.
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