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ZARTARIAN, V. G., B. D. SCHULTZ, T. M. BARZYK, M. SMUTS, M. MEDINA-VERA, D. HAMMOND, AND A. GELLER. The EPA's Community-Focused Exposure and Risk Screening Tool (C-FERST) and It's Potential Use for Environmental Justice Efforts. American Journal of Public Health. American Public Health Association, Washington, DC, (2011).
2014
Xue, J., S. Liu, V. Zartarian, A. Geller, AND Brad Schultz. Analysis of NHANES Measured Blood PCBs in the General U.S. Population andApplication of SHEDS Model to Identify Key Exposure Factors. ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH. Academic Press Incorporated, Orlando, FL, 24(6):615-621, (2014).
Breen, M., T. Long, Brad Schultz, J. Crooks, M. Breen, J. Langstaff, K. Isaacs, C. Tan, R. Williams, Y. Cao, A. Geller, R. Devlin, S. Batterman, AND T. Buckley. GPS-based Microenvironment Tracker (MicroTrac) Model to Estimate Time-Location of Individuals for Air Pollution Exposure Assessments: Model Evaluation in Central North Carolina. ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT. Elsevier Science Ltd, New York, NY, 24(4):412-420, (2014).
2012
BARZYK, T. M., B. White, L. Perlmutt, M. MILLARD, M. MARTIN, F. HARRIS, P. NGUYEN, K. MEMMOS, F. JENKINS, D. HAMMOND, A. WALTS, A. GELLER, V. G. ZARTARIAN, AND B. D. SCHULTZ. Application of Tools and Databases to Community-Level Assessments of Exposure, Health and the Environment with Case Study Examples. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/600/R-11/120 (NTIS PB2013-102730), 2012.
XUE, J., V. G. ZARTARIAN, S. V. LIU, AND A. GELLER. Methyl Mercury Exposure from Fish Consumption in Vulnerable Racial/Ethnic Populations: Probabilistic SHEDS-Dietary Model Analyses Using 1999-2006 NHANES and 1990-2002 TDS Data. SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT. Elsevier BV, AMSTERDAM, Netherlands, 414(1):373-379, (2012).
2005
OKINO, M. S., M. V. EVANS, S. ISUKAPALLI, S. WANG, P. G. GEORGOPOULOS, M. KARSTADT, R. TORNERO-VELEZ, M. DEVITO, L. S. BIRNBAUM, J. N. BLANCATO, AND A. M. GELLER. EVALUATING RISK IN OLDER ADULTS USING PHYSIOLOGICALLY BASED PHARMACOKINETIC MODELS. Presented at EPA Science Forum 2005, Washington, DC, May 16 - 18, 2005.


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