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Usenko S, Hageman KJ, Schmedding D, Wilson GR, Simonich SM.  2004.  Semi-volatile Organic Compounds in Lake Water from High Elevation or High Latitude Perched Lakes in National Parks in the Western U.S.. Fourth SETAC World Congress, Portland, OR.
Hageman KJ, Usenko S, Wilson GR, Schmedding D, Cambell DH, Simonich SM.  2004.  Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds in Snow and Lake Water from National Parks of the Western United States. SETAC Europe, Prague, Czechoslovakia.
Hageman KJ, Cambell DH, Wilson GR, Schmedding D, Usenko S, Simonich SM.  2004.  Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds in Snow Collected at National Parks in the Western United States. Fourth SETAC World Congress, Portland, OR.
Hageman KJ, Usenko S, Wilson GR, Schmedding D, Simonich SM.  2004.  Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds in Snow from National Parks of the Western United States. SETAC Europe Workshop, Milano, Italy.
Allan SE, Hillwalker WE, Sower GJ, Wilson GR, Smith BW, Tanguay RL, Anderson KA.  2009.  Site specific toxic effects in zebrafish embryos to passive sampling device extracts linked to differences in environmental contaminant mixtures. Superfund Research Program Annual Meeting.
Allan SE, Hillwalker WE, Sower GJ, Wilson GR, Smith BW, Tanguay RL, Anderson KA.  2009.  Site-specific toxic effects in zebrafish embryos exposed to passive sampling device extracts linked to differences in environmental contaminant mixtures. SETAC North America 30th Annual Conference.
Louch J, Messmer G, Wilson GR.  2001.  Some Factors Affecting Chloroform Generation during Chlorine Dioxide Bleaching of Pulp. TAPPI Journal. 84(2)
Goodale BC, Tilton SC, Corvi MM, Wilson GR, Janszen DB, Anderson KA, Waters KM, Tanguay RL.  2013.  Structurally distinct polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons induce differential transcriptional responses in developing zebrafish.. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol. 272(3):656-70.
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Wilson GR.  1986.  Technical employee award. Northrop Services.
Tidwell LG, Hobbie KA, O'Connell SG, Wilson GR, Donatuto J, Harris S, Anderson KA.  2012.  Three Different Demonstration Applications of an Innovative Air sampling Technology to Adress Community-based Environmental Exposures: Oil Spills, Legacy and Emerging Contaminants at Community-Industry land Boundaries and Food Preparation. Connecting Research and Practice: A Dialogue between ATSDR and the NIEHS Superfund Research Program, Atlanta, Georgia.
Tinsley IJ, Wilson GR, Lowry RR.  1982.  Tissue fatty acid changes and tumor incidence in C3H mice ingesting cottonseed oil. Lipids.
Jones BA, Tinsley IJ, Wilson GR, Lowry RR.  1983.  Toxicology of brominated fatty acids: Metabolite concentration and heart and liver changes. Lipids.
Usenko S, Hageman KJ, Schmedding D, Wilson GR, Simonich SM.  2005.  Trace Analysis of Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds in Large Volume Samples of Snow, Lake Water, and Groundwater. Environmental Science and Technology. 39:15.
Killin R, Simonich SM, Jaffe D, DeForest CL, Wilson GR.  2004.  TransPacific and Regional Atmospheric Transport of Anthropogenic SemiVolatile Organic Compounds to Cheeka Peak Observatory During the Spring of 2002. American Geophysical Union Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
Primbs T, Simonich SM, Wilson GR, Jaffe D, Higginbotham C.  2007.  Trans-Pacific and Regional Atmospheric Transport of Anthropogenic Semivolatile Organic Compounds to Mt. Bachelor, USA from Spring 2004 to Spring 2006. American Chemical Society, Boston, MA.
Killin R, Simonich SM, Jaffe D, DeForest CL, Wilson GR.  2004.  Trans-Pacific and Regional Atmospheric Transport of Anthropogenic Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds to Cheeka Peak Observatory During the Spring of 2002. Journal of Geophysical Research. 109:S15.
Primbs T, Simonich SM, Wilson GR, Jaffe D, Higginbotham C.  2006.  Trans-Pacific and Regional Atmospheric Transport of Anthropogenic Semivolatile Organic Compounds to Mt. Bachelor Observatory, USA from Spring 2004 to Spring 2006. American Geophysical Union Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
Genualdi S, Killin R, Woods J, Wilson GR, Schmedding D, Simonich SM.  2009.  Trans-Pacific and Regional U.S. Atmospheric Transport of PAHs and Pesticides in Biomass Burning Emissions. Environmental Science and Technology. 43(4):66.
Primbs T, Schmedding D, Wilson GR, Higginbotham C, Simonich SM.  2006.  Trans-Pacific Atmospheric Transport of PBTs from Asia to the Pacific Northwest of the USA in Spring 2004. American Chemical Society, San Francisco, CA .
Primbs T, Schmedding D, Wilson GR, Higginbotham C, Simonich SM.  2006.  Trans-Pacific Atmospheric Transport of PBTs from Asia to the Pacific Northwest of the USA in Spring 2004. American Chemical Society, San Francisco, CA.
Primbs T, Schmedding D, Wilson GR, Higginbotham C, Simonich SM.  2005.  Trans-Pacific Atmospheric Transport of Persistent Organic Pollutants and Other Anthropogenic Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds to a High Elevation Site in the Pacific Northwest, USA. DIOXIN, Toronto, Canada.
Primbs T, Schmedding D, Wilson GR, Higginbotham C, Simonich SM.  2005.  Trans-Pacific Atmospheric Transport of Persistent Organic Pollutants and Other Anthropogenic Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds to a High Elevation Site in the Pacific Northwest, USA. DIOXIN.
Tidwell LG, Wilson GR, Forsberg ND, Donatuto J, Harris S, Anderson KA.  2012.  Two Applications of an Innovative Air Sampling Technology to Address Community-based Environmental Exposures to Legacy and Emerging PAHs. SETAC 33rd North American Annual Meeting.

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