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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2004Atmospheric Cojncentrations and Deposition of Polychlorinated Biphenyls to the Hudson River.TOTTEN Lisa, a.; GIGLIOTTI Cari l.; VANRY Daryl a.; OFFENBERG John h.; NELSON Eric d.; DACHS Jordy; REINFELDER John r.; EISENREICH Steven j.Articles in Journals
2004Atmospheric Wet Deposition of Total Phosphorus in New Jersey.KOELLIKER Yvonne; TOTTEN Lisa, a.; GIGLIOTTI Cari l.; OFFENBERG John h.; REINFELDER John r.; ZHUANG Yan; EISENREICH Steven j.Articles in Journals
2004Chlordanes in the Mid-Atlantic Atmosphere: New Jersey 1997-1999.OFFENBERG John h.; NELSON Eric d.; GIGLIOTTI Cari l.; EISENREICH Steven j.Articles in Journals
2004Persistent Organic Pollutants in Dusts that Settled Indoord in Lower Manhatten after September 11, 2001.OFFENBERG John h.; EISENREICH Steven j.; GIGLIOTTI Cari l.; CHI CHEN Lung; XIONG Judy q.; QUAN Chunli; LOU Xiaopeng; ZHONG Miahua; GORCZYNSKI John; YIIN Lih-ming, et alArticles in Journals
2004Response to Comment on "Reevaluation of Air-Water Exchange Fluxes of PCBs in Green Bay and Southern Lake Michigan".BAKER J. e.; TOTTEN Lisa, a.; GIGLIOTTI Cari l.; OFFENBERG John h.; EISENREICH Steven j.; BAMFORD Holly a.; HUIE Robert e.; POSTER Dianne l.Articles in Journals
2004Sources of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons to the Hudson River Airshed.JONG HOON Lee; GIGLIOTTI Cari l.; OFFENBERG John h.; EISENREICH Steven; TURPIN Barbara j.Articles in Journals
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