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Anderson KA, Magnuson B, Smith BW.  1998.  The Use of Trace Metals in Defining Geographic Origin of Potatoes. PITTCON®‘98 Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy, New Orleans, LA, Invited Symposium speaker.
Anderson KA, Johnson ER.  2001.  Bioavailable organochlorine pesticides in a semi-arid region of eastern Oregon, USA, as determined by gas chromatography with electron-capture detection.. J AOAC Int. 84(5):1371-82.
Anderson KA.  2011.  Innovative Technologies to Quantify Environmental Contaminant Bioavailability & Exposure. Invited Seminar Speaker, Special Seminar & Networking Opportunities, Sponsored by the Superfund Research Program, NIEHS In Partnership with NCEH/ATSDR, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Chamblee Campus.
Anderson KA.  2014.  Invited speaker. NIEHS sponsored Exposure Science in 21st Century Citizen Science Workshop. North Carolina.
Anderson KA, Sethajintanin D, Sower GJ, Quarles L.  2008.  Field trial and modeling of uptake rates of in situ lipid-free polyethylene membrane passive sampler.. Environ Sci Technol. 42(12):4486-93.
Anderson KA, Sethajintanin D, Johnson ER, Loper BR, Smith BW.  2002.  Human Health Risks Associated with Organochlorine Pesticides and PCBs in Fish from the Willamette River & Portland Harbor. PITTCON®‘01 Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy, New Orleans, LA.
Anderson KA, Seck D, Hobbie KA, Traore AN, McCartney MA, Ndaye A, Forsberg ND, Haigh T, Sower GJ.  2014.  Passive Sampling Devices Enable Capacity Building and Characterization of Bioavailable Mixtures along the Niger, Senegal and Bani Rivers of Africa. Society of Toxicology 53rd Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ.
Anderson KA.  2015.  Before and After Chemical Threats, Emerging Chemicals and Passive Sampling Technology. AAAS Citizen Science Conference (inaugural). San Jose, CA.
Anderson KA.  2015.  Sampler technology assessing chemical exposures examples prior during and after environmental disasters. Living on the Edge Conference 2015 - Managing Change through Innovation. Galveston, Texas.
Anderson KA, Smith BW.  1998.  The Use of Trace Metals in Defining Geographic Origin of Commodities. 53rd Northwest Regional, American Chemical Society Mtg, Richland, WA.
Anderson KA, Smith BW.  2002.  Chemical Profiling to Differentiating Geographic Growing Origin of Coffee. J Agric Food Chem. 50(7):2068-75.
Anderson KA.  2010.  Biological Response Indicator Devices for Gauging Environmental Stressors (BRIDGES), demonstrated the sensitivity of the BRIDGES bio-analytical tool for detecting spatially distinct toxicity in aquatic systems. Invited Webinar Speaker: NIEHS “Risk eLearning” joint webinar program with EPA. Using Ecological-Based Tools and Approaches to Assess Bioavailability (archived online.
Anderson KA.  2014.  Detecting, Assessing, and Improving Understanding of Environmental Health Risks though Citizen Scientists and Passive Sampling Technologies. National Academy of Sciences sponsored, Community Resilience and Health Opportunity Analysis Workshop. New Orleans, LA.
Anderson KA, Hobbie KA, Smith BW.  2010.  Chemical profiling with modeling differentiates wild and farm-raised salmon.. J Agric Food Chem. 58(22):11768-74.
Anderson KA.  2011.  Biological Response Indicator Devices for Gauging Environmental Stressors (BRIDGES) in the Gulf of Mexico. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) and the Ad Hoc Group for Medical Research, Advancing Discovery: Assessing the Impact of the Gulf Oil Spill.
Anderson KA.  2015.  PAHs standards, analytical methods and PAHs in air, water, and resident organisms. Air Toxics Science Advisory Committee. Portland, OR.
Anderson KA.  2011.  Innovative Technologies to Quantify Environmental Contaminant Bioavailability & Exposure. Invited Workshop Instructor, National Association of Remedial Project Managers, EPA/NIEHS “Passive Sampling Devices Technology”.
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.
Anderson KA, Smith BW.  2005.  Chemical Profiling to Differentiate Geographic Origin of Pistachios. J Agric Food Chem. 53(2):410-8.
Anderson KA, Smith BW.  1998.  The Use of Trace Metals in Defining Geographic Origin of Commodities-Apples. American Chemical Society National Mtg, Boston, MA.
Anderson KA.  2010.  Deepwater Horizon Disaster. NIEHS Webinar.
Anderson KA.  2014.  Passive samplers used in aquatic environments. US EPA sponsored State Risk Assessors (represents 48 states).
Anderson KA, Allan SE, O'Connell SG, Tidwell LG.  2012.  Assessment and source-modeling of bioavailable contaminants in Gulf of Mexico coastal waters before, during and after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. 243rd ACS National Meeting.
Anderson KA, Points GL, Donald CE, Dixon H, Scott RP, Wilson GR, Tidwell LG, Hoffman PD, Herbstman J, O'Connell SG.  2017.  Preparation and performance features of wristband samplers and considerations for chemical exposure assessment.. J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol.
Anderson KA.  2012.  Bio-enhanced Synthesis for Preparation of Shikimic Acid. U.S. Patent and Trade Office.

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