Selected Publications

Rifkin, E., P. Gwinn, and E.J. Bouwer, “Chromium and Sediment Toxicity,” Environmental Science and Technology, 38:14, 267A-271A, 2004.

Graham, A.M., A.R. Wadhawan, and E.J. Bouwer, “Chromium Occurrence and Speciation in Baltimore Harbor Sediments and Porewater, Baltimore, Maryland, USA”, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 28:3, 471-480, 2009.

Luo, Z., A. Wadhawan, and E.J. Bouwer, “Sorption Behavior of Nine Chromium-III Organic Complexes in Soil,” International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 7:1, 1-10, 2010. 

Graham, A. and E.J. Bouwer, “Rates of Hexavalent Chromium Reduction in Anoxic Estuarine Sediments:  pH Effects and the Role of Acid Volatile Sulfides,” Environmental Science and Technology, 44:1, 136-142, 2010.

Hong, Yongseok, E. Rifkin, and E.J. Bouwer, “Combination of Diffusive Gradient in a Thin Film Probe and IC-ICP-MS for the Simultaneous Determination of CH3Hg+ and Hg2+ in Oxic Water,” Environmental Science and Technology, 45, 6429-6436, 2011.

Hong, Yongseok, S. Hunter, L. Clayton, E. Rifkin, and E.J. Bouwer, “Assessment of Mercury and Selenium Concentrations in Captive Bottlenose Dolphin’s (Tursiops truncates) Diet Fish, Blood, and Tissue,” Science of the Total Environment, 414, 220-226, 2012.

Graham, A.M. and E.J. Bouwer, “Oxidative Dissolution of Pyrite Surfaces by Hexavalent Chromium:  Surface Site Saturation and Surface Renewal,” Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 83, 379-396, 2012.

Hong, Y., P. Hull, E. Rifkin, and E.J. Bouwer, “Bioaccumulation and Biomagnification of Mercury and Selenium in the Sarasota Bay Ecosystem (USA),” Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 32:5, 1143-1152, 2013.

Wadhawan, A.R., A.T. Stone, and E.J. Bouwer, “Biogeochemical Controls on Hexavalent Chromium Formation in Estuarine Sediments,” Environmental Science and Technology, 47:15, 8220-8228, 2013.

 Hong, Y., E. Rifkin, and E.J. Bouwer, “Modeling Mercury Distribution in the Sarasota Bay Ecosystem using SERAFM and Stable Isotope Ratios of Nitrogen (δ15N) in Biota,” Environmental Engineering Science, in press.

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