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"Characteristic time, characteristic travel distance, and population based dose in a multimedia environment: A case study." Human & Ecological Risk Assessment: Theory and Practice. . Vol. Chapter 11. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 2001. 619-643..
"Evaluating multimedia chemical persistence in a multimedia environment: A CART analysis." Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 19 (2000) 810-819..
"General formulation of characteristic travel distance for semivolatile chemicals in a multimedia environment." Environmental Science and Technology 32 (1998) 4023-4030..
"A multimedia, multiple pathway exposure assessment of atrazine: the impact of age differentiated exposure including joint uncertainty and variability." Reliability Engineering and System Safety 63.2 (1999) 185-198..
"CART screening level analysis of characteristic time — a case study. ACS Symposium Series 773." . Persistent, Bioaccumulative, Toxic Chemicals II Assessment and New Chemicals 2000..