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Project Publications: University of Rhode Island: Developing Passive Samplers for the Detection and Bioaccumulation of PFASs in Water and Porewater

Superfund Research Program

Developing Passive Samplers for the Detection and Bioaccumulation of PFASs in Water and Porewater

Project Leader: Rainer Lohmann
Grant Number: P42ES027706
Funding Period: 2017-2022
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Publications

2020

  • Cousins IT, DeWitt JC, Gluge J, Goldenman G, Herzke D, Lohmann R, Miller M, Ng CA, Scheringer M, Vierke L, Wang Z. 2020. Strategies for grouping per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) to protect human and environmental health. Environ Sci Process Impacts 22:1444-1460. doi:10.1039/D0EM00147C PMID:32495786
  • Gluge J, Scheringer M, Cousins IT, Goldenman G, Herzke D, Lohmann R, DeWitt JC, Ng CA, Trier X, Wang Z. 2020. An overview of the uses of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). Environ Sci Process Impacts doi:10.1039/d0em00291g PMID:33125022 (in press)
  • Joerss H, Xie Z, Wagner CC, von Appen W, Sunderland EM, Ebinghaus R. 2020. Transport of legacy perfluoroalkyl substances and the replacement compound HFPO-DA through the Atlantic gateway to the Arctic Ocean - is the Arctic a sink or a source?. Environ Sci Technol 54(16):9958-9967. doi:10.1021/acs.est.0c00228 PMID:32806910
  • Lohmann R, Cousins IT, DeWitt JC, Gluge J, Goldenman G, Herzke D, Lindstrom AB, Miller M, Ng CA, Patton S, Scheringer M, Trier X, Wang Z. 2020. Are fluoropolymers really of low concern for human and environmental health and separate from other PFAS?. Environ Sci Technol 54(20):12820-12828. doi:10.1021/acs.est.0c03244 PMID:33043667 PMCID:PMC7700770

2019

  • Cousins IT, Goldenman G, Herzke D, Lohmann R, Miller M, Ng CA, Patton S, Scheringer M, Trier X, Vierke L, Wang Z, DeWitt JC. 2019. The concept of essential use for determining when uses of PFASs can be phased out. Environ Sci Process Impacts 21:1803-1815. doi:10.1039/c9em00163h PMID:31204421 PMCID:PMC6992415
  • Khairy M, Noonan GO, Lohmann R. 2019. Uptake of hydrophobic organic compounds, including organochlorine pesticides, polybrominated diphenyl ethers, and perfluoroalkyl acids in fish and blue crabs of the lower Passaic River, New Jersey, USA. Environ Toxicol Chem 38(4):872-882. doi:10.1002/etc.4354 PMID:30614049 PMCID:PMC6475076
  • Lim X. 2019. Tainted water: the scientists tracing thousands of fluorinated chemicals in our environment. Nature 566:26-29. doi:10.1038/d41586-019-00441-1 PMID:30728524
  • Susmann HP, Schaider L, Rodgers KM, Rudel RA. 2019. Dietary habits related to food packaging and population exposure to PFASs. Environ Health Perspect 127:doi:10.1289/EHP4092 PMID:31596611 PMCID:PMC6867167
  • Zhang X, Lohmann R, Sunderland EM. 2019. Poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances in seawater and plankton from the Northwestern Atlantic Margin. Environ Sci Technol 53:12348-12356. doi:10.1021/acs.est.9b03230 PMID:31565932 PMCID:PMC6992416

2018

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