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Project Publications: Brown University: Research Translation Core

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Superfund Research Program

Research Translation Core

Project Leader: Eric M. Suuberg
Grant Number: P42ES013660
Funding Period: 2005-2021

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Publications

2021

  • Xie S, Suuberg EM. 2021. The effects of temperature and relative humidity on trichloroethylene sorption capacities of building materials under conditions relevant to vapor intrusion. J Hazard Mater 401:123807. doi:10.1016/j.jhazmat.2020.123807 PMID:33113740

2020

2019

  • McDonough CA, Guelfo J, Higgins CP. 2019. Measuring total PFASs in water: the tradeoff between selectivity and inclusivity. Current Opinion in Environmental Science & Health 7:13-18. doi:10.1016/j.coesh.2018.08.005

2018

  • Guelfo J, Adamson DT. 2018. Evaluation of a national data set for insights into sources, composition, and concentrations of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in U.S. drinking water. Environ Pollut 236:505-513. doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2018.01.066 PMID:29427949 PMCID:PMC5849529
  • 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
  • Yao Y, Verginelli I, Suuberg EM, Eklund B. 2018. Examining the Use of USEPA's Generic Attenuation Factor in Determining Groundwater Screening Levels for Vapor Intrusion. Ground Water Monit Remediat 38(2):79-89. doi:10.1111/gwmr.12276 PMID:30524180 PMCID:PMC6277045

2017

2016

  • McAlary T, McHugh T, Eklund B, Lutes C, Suuberg EM, Hayes H, Pennell KG, Folkes D, Dawson H, Truesdale R, Beckley L, Holton C. 2016. Comments and corrections to: “The Emperor's Old Clothes: An Inconvenient Truth About Currently Accepted Vapor Intrusion Assessment Methods,” and “Emperor's Old Clothes Revisited,” two recent editorials by Mark Kram. Ground Water Monit Remediat 36:84-87. doi:10.1111/gwmr.12166

2014

2009

  • Hoover E, Brown P, Averick M, Kane AB, Hurt RH. 2009. Teaching small and thinking large: effects of including social and ethical implications in an interdisciplinary nanotechnology course. J Nano Educ 1(1):86-95. doi:10.1166/jne.2009.013 PMID:23585917 PMCID:PMC3624993

2008

2007

  • Bain EJ, Calo JM. 2007. Porous materials for the adsorption/electrosorption of arsenic and chromium species for aquesous solutions. American Chemical Society Division of Environmental Chemistry Preprints 47(2):211.
  • Yan A, von dem Bussche A, Kane AB, Hurt RH. 2007. Tocopheryl polyethylene glycol succinate as a safe, antioxidant surfactant for processing carbon nanotubes and fullerenes. Carbon N Y 45:2463-70. PMID:19081834
  • Yao P, Calo JM, Hradil G. 2007. Removal of metal mixtures from aqueous solutions with a spouted particulate electrode. American Chemical Society Division of Environmental Chemistry Preprints 47(2):207.

2006

  • Brown P, Senier L, Hoover E. 2006. A model home equity loan program for areas with highly contaminated property. In: Proceedings of the National Environmental Public Health Conference, December 5th. Alanta, GA.
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