Daniel L. Carlson, Ph.D.

2004 Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
Environmental Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Agricultural Chemistry
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A. Lynn Roberts grad student 2004 Johns Hopkins
 (Environmental transformations of chloroacetamide herbicides: Hydrolysis and reactions with iron pyrite.)
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Carlson DL, De Vault DS, Swackhamer DL. (2010) On the rate of decline of persistent organic contaminants in lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) from the Great Lakes, 1970-2003. Environmental Science & Technology. 44: 2004-10
Streets SS, Henderson SA, Stoner AD, et al. (2006) Partitioning and bioaccumulation of PBDEs and PCBs in Lake Michigan. Environmental Science & Technology. 40: 7263-9
Carlson DL, Than KD, Roberts AL. (2006) Acid- and base-catalyzed hydrolysis of chloroacetamide herbicides. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 54: 4740-50
Carlson DL, Hites RA. (2005) Polychlorinated biphenyls in salmon and salmon feed: Global differences and bioaccumulation Environmental Science and Technology. 39: 7389-7395
Hafner WD, Carlson DL, Hites RA. (2005) Influence of local human population on atmospheric polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon concentrations. Environmental Science & Technology. 39: 7374-9
Carlson DL, Hites RA. (2005) Temperature dependence of atmospheric PCB concentrations Environmental Science and Technology. 39: 740-747
Carlson DL, Hites RA, Daly GL, et al. (2004) Comment on "simulating the influence of snow on the fate of organic compounds" Environmental Science and Technology. 38: 6904-6906
Carlson DL, Basu I, Hites RA. (2004) Annual variations of pesticide concentrations in great lakes precipitation Environmental Science and Technology. 38: 5290-5296
Carlson DL, McGuire MM, Roberts AL, et al. (2003) Influence of surface composition on the kinetics of alachlor reduction by iron pyrite. Environmental Science & Technology. 37: 2394-9
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