Publications By Research Area
Hauschild, Michael Z., Till M. Bachman, Mark Huijbregts, Olivier Jolliet, Annette Kohler, Henrik F. Larsen, Manuele D. Margni, Thomas E. McKone, Matthew Macleod, Dik van de Meent, Marta Schuhmacher, and Ralph K. Rosenbaum."International consensus model for comparative assessment of chemical emissions in LCA."International Academy for Production Engineering 15th International Conference on Life Cycle Engineering, March 17-19, 2008 (2008) 291-296.
Hauschild, Michael Z., Mark Huijbregts, Olivier Jolliet, Matthew Macleod, Manuele D. Margni, Dik van de Meent, Ralph K. Rosenbaum, and Thomas E. McKone."Building a model based on scientific consensus for Life Cycle Impact Assessment of Chemicals: the Search for Harmony and Parsimony."Environmental Science and Technology 42 (2008) 7032-7037.
Wiberg, Karin, Annika Aberg, Thomas E. McKone, Mats Tysklind, Annika Hanberg, and Matthew Macleod."Model selection and evaluation for risk assessment of dioxin contaminated sites."Ambio 36 (2008) 458-466.
Maddalena, Randy L., Matthew Macleod, and Thomas E. McKone."Plant Uptake of Organic Pollutants from Soil: Model Performance Evaluation."Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 26 (2007) 2494–2504.
Macleod, Matthew, Thomas E. McKone, and Donald Mackay."A Mass Balance for Mercury in the San Francisco Bay Area."Environmental Science and Technology 39 (2006) 6721-6729.
Maddalena, Randy L., Matthew Macleod, Thomas E. McKone, and Michael D. Sohn."Prospective Hazard Assessment and Sensitivity Analysis for Buckminsterfullerene in the Environment." (2006).
Macleod, Matthew, William J. Riley, and Thomas E. McKone."Assessing the Influence of Climate Variability on Atmospheric Concentrations of Persistent Organic Pollutants Using a Global-Scale Mass Balance Model (BETR-Global)."Environmental Science & Technology 39 (2005) 6749-6756.
Macleod, Matthew, and Thomas E. McKone."Identifying POP-Like Behavior in Screening Assessments of Organic Chemicals."Environmental Science & Technology 40 (2005) 53-60.
Macleod, Matthew, William J. Riley, and Thomas E. McKone."Modeling transport and deposition of level 1 substances to the great lakes." (2005).
Macleod, Matthew, Deborah H. Bennett, Merike Perem, Randy L. Maddalena, Thomas E. McKone, and Donald Mackay."Dependence of Intake Fraction on Release Location in a Multimedia Framework - A Case Study of Four Contaminants in North America."Journal of Industrial Ecology 8.3 (2004) 89-102. DOI
Fenner, Kathrin, Matthew Macleod, Maximilian Stroebe, Andreas Beyer, Martin Scheringer, Claudia Pahl-Wostl, Sonja Schmidt, Andrea E. Rizzoli, and Anthony J. Jakeman."Relative importance of model and parameter uncertainty in models used for prediction of persistence and long-range transport potential of chemical pollutants."2nd Biennial Meeting of the International Environmental Modelling and Software Society 3 (2004) 1229-1234.
Prevedouros, Konstantinos, Matthew Macleod, Kevin C. Jones, and Andrew J. Sweetman."Modelling the fate of persistent organic pollutants in Europe: Parameterisation of a gridded distribution model."Environmental Pollution 128 (2004) 251-261. DOI
Macleod, Matthew, Thomas E. McKone, Karen L. Foster, Randy L. Maddalena, Thomas F. Parkerton, and Donald Mackay."Applications of contaminant fate and bioaccumulation models in assessing ecological risks of chemicals: A case study for gasoline hydrocarbons."Environmental Science & Technology 38.23 (2004) 6225 -6233. DOI
Macleod, Matthew, and Donald Mackay."Modeling transport and deposition of contaminants to ecosystems of concern: A case study for the Laurentian Great Lakes."Environmental Pollution 128 (2004) 241-250.
Macleod, Matthew."Overall multi-media persistence as an indicator of potential for population-level intake of environmental contaminants."Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 23 (2004) 2465-2472.
Macleod, Matthew."On the influence of forests on the overall fate of semivolatile organic contaminants."Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment 17 (2003) 256-259.
McKone, Thomas E., and Matthew Macleod."Tracking Multiple Pathways of Human Exposure to Persistent Multimedia Pollutants: Regional, Continental, and Global Scale Models."Annual Review of Environment and Resources 28 (2003) 11.