Journal Publications Details for:

Pesticide Exposure Pathways Research Project
Grant Number R831709C004
RFA: Centers for Children's Environmental Health and Disease Prevention Research (2003)
Journal Article (4)
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Journal Article Comparison of global positioning system (GPS) tracking and parent-report diaries to characterize children's time-location patterns. JOURNAL OF EXPOSURE SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL EPIDEMIOLOGY Elgethun K, Yost MG, Fitzpatrick CTE, Nyerges TL, Fenske RA Elgethun K, Yost MG, Fitzpatrick CTE, Nyerges TL, Fenske RA. Comparison of global positioning system (GPS) tracking and parent-report diaries to characterize children's time-location patterns. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 2007;17(2):196-206. R831709 (2005)
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Journal Article The Washington aerial spray drift study: assessment of off-target organophosphorus insecticide atmospheric movement by plant surface volatilization. ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT Ramaprasad J, Tsai M-Y, Elgethun K, Hebert VR, Felsot A, Yost MG, Fenske RA Ramaprasad J, Tsai M-Y, Elgethun K, Hebert VR, Felsot A, Yost MG, Fenske RA. The Washington aerial spray drift study: assessment of off-target organophosphorus insecticide atmospheric movement by plant surface volatilization. Atmospheric Environment 2004;38(33):5703-5713. R831709 (2005)
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Journal Article The Washington aerial spray drift study: modeling pesticide spray drift deposition from an aerial application. ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT Tsai M-Y, Elgethun K, Ramaprasad J, Yost MG, Felsot AS, Hebert VR, Fenske RA Tsai M-Y, Elgethun K, Ramaprasad J, Yost MG, Felsot AS, Hebert VR, Fenske RA. The Washington aerial spray drift study: modeling pesticide spray drift deposition from an aerial application. Atmospheric Environment 2005;39(33):6194-6203. R831709 (2005)
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Journal Article The Washington aerial spray drift study: children's exposure to methamidophos in an agricultural community following fixed-wing aircraft applications. None Weppner S, Elgethun K, Lu C, Herbert V, Yost MG, Fenske RA Weppner S, Elgethun K, Lu C, Herbert V, Yost MG, Fenske RA. The Washington aerial spray drift study:children's exposure to methamidophos in an agricultural community following fixed-wing aircraft applications. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 2006;16(5):387-396. R831709 (2005)
R831709 (2006)
R831709 (2007)
R831709C004 (2006)
R831709C004 (2007)