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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
2002Process Driving the Short-Term Variability of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in the Baltimore and Northern Chesapeake Bay Atmosphere, USA.DACHS J.; GLENN IV Thomas; GIGLIOTI Cari l.; BRUNCIAK Paul; TOTTEN Lisa, a.; NELSON Eric d.; FRANZ Thomas p.; EISENREICH StevenArticles in Journals
2003Reevaluation of Air-Water Exchange Fluxes of PCBs in Green Bay and Southern Lake Michigan.TOTTEN Lisa, a.; GIGLIOTTI Cai; OFFENBERG J.; BAKER J. e.; EISENREICH StevenArticles 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
2002Wet Deposition of Polychlorinated Biphenyls in Urban and Background Areas of the Mid-Atlantic States.VAN RY Daryl; GIGLIOTTI Cai; GLENN Thomas r.; NELSON Eric d.; TOTTEN Lisa, a.; EISENREICH StevenArticles in Journals
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