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2006
Hillwalker WE, Jepson PC, Anderson KA.  2006.  Selenium accumulation patterns in lotic and lentic aquatic systems.. Sci Total Environ. 366(1):367-79.
Perez AL, Smith BW, Anderson KA.  2006.  Stable isotope and trace element profiling combined with classification models to differentiate geographic growing origin for three fruits: effects of subregion and variety.. J Agric Food Chem. 54(13):4506-16.
Perez AL, Smith BW, Anderson KA.  2006.  Stable isotope and trace element profiling combined with classification models to differentiate geographic growing origin for three fruits: effects of sub-region and variety. American Chemical Society National 232nd annual Mtg, San Francisco, CA.
Sethajintanin D, Anderson KA.  2006.  Temporal bioavailability of organochlorine pesticides and PCBs.. Environ Sci Technol. 40(12):3689-95.
Wang H, Hoffman PD, Lawrence CW, Hays JB.  2006.  Testing excision models for responses of mismatch-repair systems to UV photoproducts in DNA.. Environ Mol Mutagen. 47(4):296-306.
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.
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 .
2007
O'Connell SG.  2007.  28th Annual Sea Turtle Symposium Student Travel Grant. 28th Annual Sea Turtle Symposium.
Primbs T, Simonich SM, Schmedding D, Wilson GR, Jaffe D, Takami A, Kato S, Hatakeyama S, Kajii Y.  2007.  Atmospheric Outflow of Anthropogenic Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds from East Asia in Spring 2004. Environmental Science and Technology. 41(10):58.
Primbs T, Schmedding D, Wilson GR, Jaffe D, Kato S, Takami A, Hatakeyama S, Kajii Y, Simonich SM.  2007.  Atmospheric Outflow of Anthropogenic Semivolatile Organic Compounds from Asia in Spring 2004. American Chemical Society, Boston, MA.
O'Connell SG.  2007.  College of Charleston Graduate School Travel Grant.
O'Connell SG.  2007.  College of Charleston Marine Biology Graduate Program Travel Grant.
O'Connell SG.  2007.  College of Charleston Marine Biology Graduate Student Association Travel Grant.
Haigh TA.  2007.  Conference Award. NEMC (National Environmental Monitoring Conference), Cambridge, MA.
Primbs T, Pierkarz A, Wilson GR, Schmedding D, Higginbotham C, Field J, Simonich SM.  2007.  Influence of Asian and Western U.S. Urban Areas (and Fires) on the Atmospheric Transport of PAHs, PCBs, and FTOHs in the Western U.S.. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Milwaukee, WI.
Perez AL.  2007.  NIEHS Fellow. National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.
Sower GJ, Ackerman A, Hillwalker WE, Quarles L, Sarr M, Toure C, Anderson KA.  2007.  Overcoming the technical challenges of an international human and ecological health risk project in Western Africa. The Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. North America Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, WI, USA.
Hobbie KA, Smith BW, Anderson KA.  2007.  Protecting the Nation’s Food Supply, Use of chemical profiling to determine the origin of food commodities. SETAC North America 28th Annual Conference, Milwaukee, WI.
Hobbie KA, Perez AL, Smith BW, Anderson KA.  2007.  Protecting the Nation’s Food Supply: Use of chemical profiling to determine origin of food commodities. SETAC North America 28th Annual Conference, Milwaukee, WI.
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.

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