Publications Details for:

Effects of Natural and Cyclic Variations on Contaminant Fate and Transport
Grant Number R822721C700
RFA: Gulf Coast Hazardous Substance Research Center (Lamar University) (1996)
Journal Article (5)
Presentation (6)
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Journal Article Chen W, Kan AT, Fu G, Vignona LC, Tomson MB. Adsorption-desorption behaviors of hydrophobic organic compounds in sediments of Lake Charles, Louisiana, USA. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 1999;18(8):1610-1616. R822721C700 (1999)
R825513C016 (Final)
R825513C024 (Final)
R828598 (Final)
R828598C700 (Final)
Journal Article Chen W, Kan AT, Tomson MB. Irreversible adsorption of chlorinated benzenes to natural sediments: implications for sediment quality criteria. Environmental Science & Technology 2000;34(3):385-392. R822721C700 (1999)
R825513C024 (Final)
R826694C700 (1999)
R826694C700 (Final)
R828598 (Final)
R828598C700 (Final)
Journal Article Kan AT, Fu G, Hunter M, Chen W, Ward CH, Tomson MB. Irreversible sorption of neutral hydrocarbons to sediments: experimental observations and model predictions. Environmental Science & Technology 1998;32(7):892-902. R822721C700 (1999)
R825513C016 (Final)
Journal Article Kan AT, Chen W, Tomson MB. Desorption kinetics of neutral hydrophobic organic compounds from field-contaminated sediment. Environmental Pollution 2000;108(1):81-89. R822721C700 (1999)
R825513C024 (Final)
R826694C700 (1999)
R826694C700 (Final)
R828598 (Final)
R828598C700 (Final)
Journal Article Tomson MB. Causes and effects of resistant sorption in natural particles. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 1999;18(8):1609. R822721C700 (1999)
R825513C016 (Final)
R825513C024 (Final)
R828598 (Final)
R828598C700 (Final)
Presentation Allen H, English C, Lyman W, Pignatello JJ, Tomson MB. Presented at the SETAC Pellston Workshop on Contaminated Soils, Microscopic Level, Focus Area 3, Contaminant-Soil Interactions, 1998. R822721C700 (1999)
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Presentation Kan AT. Characterization of the non-reversible desorption and the fate of resistant desorbing chemicals. Presented at the Lancaster University, UK on behalf of the UK Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Lancaster, United Kingdom, October 15-16, 1998 (invited). R822721C700 (1999)
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Presentation Tomson MB, Vignona L, Chen W, Kan AT. The impact of target clean-up levels on remediation. Presented at the 217th American Chemical Society National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, March 21-25, 1999. R822721C700 (1999)
R825513C016 (Final)
R825513C024 (Final)
R826694C700 (1999)
R826694C700 (Final)
R828598 (Final)
R828598C700 (Final)
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Presentation Tomson MB, Knox RS, ARCADIS, Geraghty, Miller. How clean is clean? A new sediment paradigm. Presented at the WEF 72nd Annual Conference & Exposition, New Orleans, LA, October 9-13,1999. R822721C700 (1999)
R825513C024 (Final)
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Presentation Tomson MB. Sorption of organics to sediments: implications of the irreversibly bound fraction. Presented at the WEF 72nd Annual Conference & Exposition, New Orleans, LA, October 9-13, 1999. R822721C700 (1999)
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Presentation Tomson, M.B., Kan, A.T., Saterbak, A., Fairbrother, A., Lanno, R., Tabak, H., "Assessing contaminated soils:from soil-contaminant interactions to ecosystem management." presentation at the 19th Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC, November 15-19, 1998. R822721C700 (1999)
R825513C016 (Final)
R825513C024 (Final)
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