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Forsberg ND, Stone D, Harding A, Harper B, Harris S, Matzke MM, Cardena A, Waters KM, Anderson KA.  2011.  Assessment of PAHs in Traditionally Prepared Native American Smoked Salmon. Superfund Research Program-Tribal Collaboration Meeting, Portland, OR.
Forsberg ND, Stone D, Harding A, Harper B, Harris S, Matzke MM, Cardena A, Waters KM, Anderson KA.  2012.  Effect of Native American fish smoking methods on dietary exposure to PAHs and possible risks to human health. CTUIR Tribal-University Collaboration to Address Tribal Exposures to PAHs and Improve Community Health, Pendleton, OR.
Forsberg ND, Stone D, Harding A, Harper B, Harris S, Matzke MM, Cardenas A, Waters KM, Anderson KA.  2012.  Engagement of Native American Tribes in the characterization of novel PAH dietary exposure pathways, assessment of possible human health risks. SETAC North America 33rd Annual Conference.
Forsberg ND, Harding A, Harper B, Stone D, Cardenas A, Harris S, Matzke MM, Waters KM, Anderson KA.  2012.  Engagement of Native American Tribes in the determination of legacy and emerging PAH dietary exposure scenarios, assessment of possible risks to human health. Connecting Research and Practice: A Dialogue Between ATSDR and the NIEHS Superfund Research Program.
Forsberg ND, Rodriguez-Proteau R, Maier CS, Jenkins JJ, Morré J, Wilson GR, Anderson KA.  2010.  Evidence that the DAP biomarker may lead to overestimates of organophosphate pesticide exposure. platform presentation, 239th American Chemical Society conference.
Forsberg ND, Rodriguez-Proteau R, Christensen JM, Maier CS, Jenkins JJ, Anderson KA.  2010.  In vitro and in vivo experiments suggest that measurement of urinary dialkylphosphates may lead to overestimates of human OP pesticide exposure. platform presentation, SETAC 2010.
Forsberg ND, Harding A, Stone D, Harper B, Harris S, Matzke MM, Cardenas A, Waters KM, Anderson KA.  2012.  Informing communities – a collaborative investigation of Native American PAH dietary exposure scenarios and possible risks to human health . The 25th Annual Meeting of the Superfund Research Program.
Elie MR, Forsberg ND, Allan SE, O'Connell SG, Tanguay RL, Anderson KA.  2013.   Integrating passive sampling with UV irradiation and bioassays: an approach for modeling PAH degradation and phototoxicity in bioavailable mixtures. 34th Annual SETAC Meeting.
Elie MR, Forsberg ND, Allan SE, O'Connell SG, Tanguay RL, Anderson KA.  2013.  Passive sampling coupled to UVB irradiation: a useful analytical approach for modeling toxic oxygenated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon formation in bioavailable mixtures. 246th ACS National Meeting.
Paulik LB, Smith BW, Bergmann AJ, Sower GJ, Forsberg ND, Teeguarden JG, Anderson KA.  2015.  Passive water sampling predicts PAH contamination in signal crayfish, Pacifastacus leniusculus. SETAC North America 36th Annual Meeting. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Tidwell LG, Forsberg ND, Anderson KA.  2012.  Pilot Study Using LFT to Assess Bioavailable PAHs During Tradtional Fish Smoking. CTUIR Tribal-University Collaboration to Address Tribal Exposures to PAHs and Improve Community Health, Pendleton, OR.
Paulik LB, Smith BW, Bergmann AJ, Sower GJ, Forsberg ND, Teeguarden JG, Anderson KA.  2015.  Predicting PAH Contamination in Resident Shellfish. Oregon State University Superfund Research Program’s Environmental Health Science Trainee Colloquium. Corvallis, OR.
Paulik LB, BW S, AJ B, Sower GJ, Forsberg ND, JG T, Anderson KA.  2016.  Predicting PAH contamination in resident shellfish. Oregon State University Superfund Research Program External Advisory Council Meeting. Corvallis, Oregon.