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Ronald A. Hites, PhD

Affiliations: 
Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Area:
Atmospheric Chemistry
Website:
http://hites.chem.indiana.edu/
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Klaus Biemann grad student 1968 MIT
 (Computer recording and processing of mass spectra)
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Hites RA. (2021) Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in the Atmosphere near the Great Lakes: Why Do Their Concentrations Vary? Environmental Science & Technology
Hites RA. (2021) The Rise and Fall of Chlorpyrifos in the United States. Environmental Science & Technology. 55: 1354-1358
Hites RA, Lehman DC, Salamova A, et al. (2021) Temporal environmental hysteresis: A definition and implications for polybrominated diphenyl ethers. The Science of the Total Environment. 753: 141849
Wu Y, Venier M, Hites RA. (2020) Broad Exposure of the North American Environment to Phenolic and Amino Antioxidants and to Ultraviolet Filters. Environmental Science & Technology
Hites RA. (2019) Correcting for Censored Environmental Measurements. Environmental Science & Technology
Hites RA. (2019) Statistical Approach for Assessing the Stockholm Convention's Effectiveness: Great Lakes Atmospheric Data. Environmental Science & Technology
Hites RA, Jobst KJ. (2019) Response to "Letter to the Editor: Optimism for Nontarget Analysis in Environmental Chemistry". Environmental Science & Technology. 53: 5531-5533
Hites RA. (2019) Break point analyses of human or environmental temporal trends of POPs. The Science of the Total Environment. 664: 518-521
Hites RA, Holsen TM. (2019) Temporal trends of PCBs and DDTs in Great Lakes fish compared to those in air. The Science of the Total Environment. 646: 1413-1418
Venier M, Stubbings WA, Guo J, et al. (2018) Tri(2,4-di- t-butylphenyl) Phosphate: A Previously Unrecognized, Abundant, Ubiquitous Pollutant in the Built and Natural Environment. Environmental Science & Technology
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