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Anderson KA, Dixon H, Rohlman D, Hobbie KA, Scaffidi C, Waters KM, Herbstman J, Kincl LD.  2015.  Mobile Device for Measuring Ambient Chemical Exposure, Location and Respiratory Health Robustness and Comparisons with Conventional Technologies. 25th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Exposure Science. Henderson, Nevada.
Rohlman D, Kincl LD, Anderson KA.  2014.  Exposure Assessment Monitoring Tools Panel: Passive Wristband Samplers. EHS Center Meeting. Los Angeles, CA.
Anderson KA, Kincl LD, Rohlman D, Hobbie KA, Willmarth JA, Barton ML.  2015.  Environmental Preparedness and Resilience Empowering People: Personal Wristband Sampling Nexus. 25th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Exposure Science. Henderson, Nevada.
Rohlman D, Haynes EN, Anderson KA, Kincl LD, Elam S., Paulik LB.  2015.  Engaging Rural Citizens to Answer Questions about Air Quality. Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting. Pittsburgh, PA.
Dixon H, Armstrong G, Barton ML, AJ B, Bondy M, Halbleib ML, Haynes EN, Herbstman J, Hamilton W, Hoffman PD et al..  2018.  Discovery of common chemical exposures across three continents using silicone wristbands. FSES External Advisory Committee Meeting, Yachats, OR.
Rohlman D, Kincl LD, Kile M, Anderson KA.  2014.  Community-based EHSC Pilot Projects: Utilizing interdisciplinary approaches and community involvement to address environmental health concerns. Environmental and Molecular Toxicology Research Day. Corvallis, OR.
Rohlman D, Anderson KA, Arkin L, Kincl LD.  2014.  A Community-Based Approach to Environmental Health: Developing Novel Technologies to Evaluate Air Quality and Respiratory Health. Oregon Public Health Association Conference. Corvallis, OR.
Dixon H, Scott RP, Holmes D, Calero L, Kincl LD, Waters KM, Camann D, Calafat AM, Herbstman J, Anderson KA.  2016.  Assessing PAH exposures with multiple approaches including silicone wristbands. International Society of Exposure Science 26th Annual Meeting, Utrecht, Netherlands.
Journal Article
Dixon H, Scott RP, Holmes D, Calero L, Kincl LD, Waters KM, Camann D, Calafat AM, Herbstman J, Anderson KA.  2018.  Silicone wristbands compared with traditional polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon exposure assessment methods. Anal Bioanal Chem.
O'Connell SG, Kincl LD, Anderson KA.  2014.  Silicone Wristbands as Personal Passive Samplers.. Environ Sci Technol.
Scaffidi C, Kincl LD, Rohlman D, Anderson KA.  2015.  Linking the Physical with the Perceptual: Health and Exposure Monitoring with Cyber-physical Questionnaires. Digital System Design (DSD), 2015 Euromicro Conference on. :563-566.
Paulik LB, Donald CE, Smith BW, Tidwell LG, Hobbie KA, Kincl LD, Haynes EN, Anderson KA.  2015.  Impact of natural gas extraction on PAH levels in ambient air.. Environ Sci Technol. 49(8):5203-5210.
L Paulik B, Hobbie KA, Rohlman D, Smith BW, Scott RP, Kincl LD, Haynes EN, Anderson KA.  2018.  Environmental and individual PAH exposures near rural natural gas extraction.. Environ Pollut. 241:397-405.
Paulik LB, Donald CE, Smith BW, Tidwell LG, Hobbie KA, Kincl LD, Haynes EN, Anderson KA.  2016.  Emissions of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons from Natural Gas Extraction into Air.. Environ Sci Technol. 50(14):7921-9.
Dixon H, Armstrong G, Barton ML, Bergmann AJ, Bondy M, Halbleib ML, Hamilton W, Haynes EN, Herbstman J, Hoffman PD et al..  2019.  Discovery of common chemical exposures across three continents using silicone wristbands.. R Soc Open Sci. 6(2):181836.
Rohlman D, Dixon H, Kincl LD, Larkin A, Evoy R, Barton ML, Phillips A, Peterson ES, Scaffidi C, Herbstman J et al..  2019.  Development of an environmental health tool linking chemical exposures, physical location and lung function.. BMC Public Health. 19(1):854.
Rohlman D, Syron L, Hobbie KA, Anderson KA, Scaffidi C, Sudakin D, Peterson ES, Waters KM, Haynes EN, Arkin L et al..  2015.  A Community-Based Approach to Developing a Mobile Device for Measuring Ambient Air Exposure, Location, and Respiratory Health. Environmental Justice. 8(4):126-134.

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