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Clifford Rice
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Chemistry

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Projects
Cover Crop-Based Weed Management: Defining Plant-Plant and Plant-Soil Mechanisms and Developing New Systems
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 429826
Development of Improved Technologies and Management Practices to Enhance Soil Biodiversity and Agricultural Resilience to Climate Variability
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 431257
Investigating the Environmental Fate and Transport of Agriculturally Related Pollutant Emissions
Specific Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 425377
Effect of Cover Crop Growth Stage and Quality on Allelochemical Bioavailability in Soil Rhizosphere
Specific Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 428753

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Role of riparian areas in atmospheric pesticide deposition and its potential effect on water quality -
The effect of composting on the persistence of four ionophores in dairy manure and poultry litter Reprint Icon -
Arikan, O., Mulbry III, W.W., Rice, C. 2016. The effect of composting on the persistence of four ionophores in dairy manure and poultry litter. Waste Management. 54:110-117.
Analysis of metolachlor ethane sulfonic acid chirality in groundwater: A tool for dating groundwater movement in agricultural settings -
Rice, C., Mccarty, G.W., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Zabetakis, K., Torrents, A., Hapeman, C.J. 2016. Analysis of metolachlor ethane sulfonic acid chirality in groundwater: A tool for dating groundwater movement in agricultural settings. Science of the Total Environment. 560-561:36-43.
Isolation and identification of nematode-antagonistic compounds from the fungus Aspergillus candidus -
Shemshura, O.N., Beckmakhanova, N.E., Mazunina, M.N., Meyer, S.L., Rice, C., Masler, E.P. 2016. Isolation and identification of nematode-antagonistic compounds from the fungus Aspergillus candidus. FEMS Microbiology Letters. 363(5):1-9.
Temporal trends of perfluoroalkyl substances in limed biosolids from a large municipal water resource recovery facility -
Armstrong, D.L., Lozano, N., Rice, C., Ramirez, M., Torrents, A. 2016. Temporal trends of perfluoroalkyl substances in limed biosolids from a large municipal water resource recovery facility. Journal of Environmental Management. 165:88-95.
Proposed chemical mechanismsManagement practices impacts soil nutrients and bacterial populations in backgrounding beef feedlot -
Netthisinghe, A., Sistani, K.R., Cook, K.L., Gilfillen, R., Rice, C. 2015. Proposed chemical mechanismsManagement practices impacts soil nutrients and bacterial populations in backgrounding beef feedlot . Meeting Proceedings. http://proceedings.esri.com/library/userconf/proc15/index.html.
Field scale manure born animal waste management : GIS application -
Netthisinghe, A., Sistani, K.R., Cook, K.L., Gilfillen, R., Rice, C. 2015. Field scale manure born animal waste management : GIS application . ESRI Conference Proceedings. 24:239.
Endocrine disrupting alkylphenolic chemicals and other contaminants in wastewater treatment plant effluents, urban streams and fish in the Great Lakes Region and Upper Mississippi River -
Barber, L.B., Loyo-Rosales, J.E., Rice, C., Minarik, T.A., Oskouie, A. 2015. Endocrine disrupting alkylphenolic chemicals and other contaminants in wastewater treatment plant effluents, urban streams and fish in the Great Lakes Region and Upper Mississippi River. Science of the Total Environment. 517:195-206.
Discerning the flexibility and rigidity of beta-endosulfan isomerization to alpha-endosulfan using temperature-dependent Raman (TDR) spectroscopy: Influences on environmental fate -
Schmidt, W.F., Hapeman, C.J., Rice, C., Mcconnell, L.L. 2014. Discerning the flexibility and rigidity of beta-endosulfan isomerization to alpha-endosulfan using temperature-dependent Raman (TDR) spectroscopy: Influences on environmental fate [abstract]. American Chemical Society. AGRO 479.
Developing unique tracers to distinguish nutrient contributions from agriculture and wastewater sources in the Choptank River and Anacostia River watersheds -
Geis-Asteggiate, L., Mcconnell, L., Hapeman, C.J., Mccarty, G.W., Rice, C., Nguyen, A., Downey, P.M., Torrents, A. 2014. Developing unique tracers to distinguish nutrient contributions from agriculture and wastewater sources in the Choptank River and Anacostia River watersheds [abstract]. American Chemical Society. AGRO 480.
Fate of microconstituents in biosolids composted in an aerated silage bag -
Lozano, N., Andrade, N., Deng, D., Torrents, A., Rice, C., McConnell, L.L., Ramirez, M., Millner, P.D. 2014. Fate of microconstituents in biosolids composted in an aerated silage bag. Journal of Environmental Science and Health. 49(A):720-730. DOI:10.1080/10934529.2014.865461.
Metolachlor metabolite (MESA) reveals agricultural nitrate-N fate and transport in Choptank River watershed Reprint Icon -
McCarty, G.W., Hapeman, C.J., Rice, C., Hively, W.D., McConnell, L.L., Sadeghi, A.M., Lang, M.W., Whitall, D.R., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Downey, P.M. 2014. Metolachlor metabolite (MESA) reveals agricultural nitrate-N fate and transport in Choptank River watershed. Science of the Total Environment. 473-474:473-482.
Endosulfan wet deposition in Southern Florida Reprint Icon -
Potter, T.L., Hapeman, C.J., Mcconnell, L.L., Harman-Fetcho, J.A., Schmidt, W.F., Rice, C., Schaffer, B. 2014. Endosulfan wet deposition in Southern Florida. Science of the Total Environment. 468-69, 505-513. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2013.08.070.
Using chiral identification of metolachlor ethane sulfonic acid as a groundwater dating tool -
Determining contaminate sources to the Chesapeake Bay and developing mitigation strategies -
Hapeman, C.J., Mcconnell, L.L., Rice, C., Mccarty, G.W., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Goel, A., Torrents, A. 2013. Determining contaminate sources to the Chesapeake Bay and developing mitigation strategies. Meeting Abstract. ENVR 147.
Examining the fate and transport of alpha- and beta-endosulfan in the atmosphere of South Florida -
Hapeman, C.J., Mcconnell, L.L., Potter, T.L., Harman Fetcho, J.A., Rice, C., Schaffer, B.A., Curry, R. 2013. Examining the fate and transport of alpha- and beta-endosulfan in the atmosphere of South Florida. [abstract]. AGRO 334.
Fate of triclocarban, triclosan and methyltriclosan during wastewater and biosolids treatment processes -
Lozano, N., Rice, C., Ramirez, M., Torrents, A. 2013. Fate of triclocarban, triclosan and methyltriclosan during wastewater and biosolids treatment processes. Water Research. 47:4519-4527.
Fate of tricloasa and methyltriclosan from biosolids application -
The effect of liming on antibacterial and hormone levels in wastewater biosolids -
Olszewski, J.M., Lozano, N., Haines, C., Rice, C., Ramirez, M., Torrents, A. 2013. The effect of liming on antibacterial and hormone levels in wastewater biosolids. Waste Management and Research. 48:862-870.
Atmospheric transport of endosulfan to Everglades and Biscayne National Parks -
Hapeman, C.J., Mcconnell, L.L., Potter, T.L., Harman-Fetcho, J.A., Schmidt, W.F., Rice, C., Schaffer, B.A., Curry, R. 2012. Atmospheric transport of endosulfan to Everglades and Biscayne National Parks. [abstract].
Soil nutrients, bacteria populations, and veterinary pharmaceuticals across a backgrounding beef feedlot -
Netthisinghe, A.P., Cook, K.L., Rice, C., Gilfillen, R.A., Sistani, K.R. 2013. Soil nutrients, bacteria populations, and veterinary pharmaceuticals across a backgrounding beef feedlot. Journal of Environmental Quality. 42:532–544; DOI:10.2134.
Chiral separation of metolachlor ethane sulfonic acid as a groundwater dating tool -
Rice, C., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Mccarty, G.W. 2012. Chiral separation of metolachlor ethane sulfonic acid as a groundwater dating tool. American Chemical Society Abstracts. 2:891.
Herbicide washoff from forest canopy through fall depends on rainfall dynamics -
Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Rice, C., Mccarty, G.W. 2012. Herbicide washoff from forest canopy through fall depends on rainfall dynamics. American Chemical Society Abstracts. 75:110.
Endosulfan wet deposition in Southern Florida -
Expression of allelopathy in the soil environment: Soil concentration and activity of benzoxazinoid compounds released by rye cover crop residue -
Teasdale, J.R., Rice, C., Cai, G., Mangum, R.A. 2012. Expression of allelopathy in the soil environment: Soil concentration and activity of benzoxazinoid compounds released by rye cover crop residue. Plant Ecology. DOI: 10.1007/s11258-012-0057-x.
Concentrations and allelopathic effects of benzoxazinoid compounds in soil treated with rye (Secale cereale) cover crop -
Rice, C., Cai, G., Teasdale, J.R. 2012. Concentrations and allelopathic effects of benzoxazinoid compounds in soil treated with rye (Secale cereale) cover crop. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 60:4471-4479.
Endosulfan in the atmosphere of South Florida: Transport to Everglades and Biscayne National Parks Reprint Icon -
Hapeman, C.J., Mcconnell, L.L., Potter, T.L., Harman Fetcho, J.A., Schmidt, W.F., Rice, C., Schaffer, B., Curry, R. 2012. Endosulfan in the atmosphere of South Florida: Transport to Everglades and Biscayne National Parks. Atmospheric Environment. 66:131-140.
Potential pollutant sources in a Choptank River subwatershed: Influence of agricultural and residential land use and aqueous and atmospheric sources Reprint Icon -
Nino De Guzman, G.T., Hapeman, C.J., Prabhakara, K., Codling, E.E., Shelton, D.R., Rice, C., Hively, W.D., Mccarty, G.W., Torrents, A. 2012. Potential pollutant sources in a Choptank River subwatershed: Influence of agricultural and residential land use and aqueous and atmospheric sources. Science of the Total Environment. 430:270-279.
Identification and quantification of inositol hexa-kis phosphate (IHP) in environmental samples at neutral pH using electro-spray ionization and raman spectroscopy Reprint Icon -
Heighton, L.P., Zimmerman, M., Rice, C., Codling, E.E., Tossell, J., Schmidt, W.F. 2012. Identification and quantification of inositol hexa-kis phosphate (IHP) in environmental samples at neutral pH using electro-spray ionization and raman spectroscopy. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 2:55-63.
Effect of anaerobic digestion temperature on odour, coliforms and chlortetracycline in swine manure or monensin in cattle manure -
Varel, V.H., Wells, J., Shelver, W.L., Rice, C., Armstrong, D.L., Parker, D.B. 2012. Effect of anaerobic digestion temperature on odour, coliforms and chlortetracycline in swine manure or monensin in cattle manure. Journal of Applied Microbiology. 112:705-715.
Tissue concentrations of organic contaminants in fish and their biological effects in a wastewater-dominated urban stream Reprint Icon -
Lozano, N., Rice, C., Pagano, J., Zintek, L., Barber, L., Murphy, E.W., Nettesheim, T., Minarik, T., Schoenfuss, H. 2012. Tissue concentrations of organic contaminants in fish and their biological effects in a wastewater-dominated urban stream. Science of the Total Environment. 420:191-201.
Fate of triclosan and methyltriclosan in soil from biosolids application Reprint Icon -
Lozano, N., Rice, C., Ramirez, M., Torrents, A. 2012. Fate of triclosan and methyltriclosan in soil from biosolids application. Environmental Pollution. 160:103-108.
Spatial variation in selected veterinary drugs across a cattle feedlot transect from barn to retention basin -
Metolachor-ESA as a marker for nitrate flux in a first-order stream and riparian zones -
Fate of triclosan and methyltriclosan in soil from biosolids application -
Lozano, N., Rice, C., Torrents, A., Ramirez, M. 2011. Fate of triclosan and methyltriclosan in soil from biosolids application [abstract]. Society of Toxicology and Chemistry, 32:70.
Soil nutrients, bacterial communities, and veterinary pharmaceuticals in beef cattle backgrounding confinement on karst environment -
Netthisinghe, A., Cook, K.L., Rice, C., Sistani, K.R., Gilfillen, R., Nino De Guzman, G.T. 2011. Soil nutrients, bacterial communities, and veterinary pharmaceuticals in beef cattle backgrounding confinement on karst environment. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. Abstract.
Relating nutrient and herbicide fate with landscape features and characteristics of 15 subwatersheds in the Choptank River Watershed Reprint Icon -
Hively, W.D., Hapeman, C.J., Fisher, T.R., Rice, C., Mccarty, G.W., Mcconnell, L.L., Downey, P.M., Nino De Guzman, G., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Lang, M.W. 2011. Relating nutrient and herbicide fate with landscape features and characteristics of 15 subwatersheds in the Choptank River Watershed. Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry. 409:3866-3878.
Response of root-knot nematodes and Palmer amaranth to tillage and rye green manure -
Timper, P., Davis, R.F., Webster, T.M., Brenneman, T., Meyer, S.L., Zasada, I.A., Cai, G., Rice, C. 2011. Response of root-knot nematodes and Palmer amaranth to tillage and rye green manure. Agronomy Journal. 103(3):813-821.
Alkylphenols and alkylphenol ethoxylates, PBDEs, PCBs and chlorinated pesticides in largemouth bass from North Shore Channel of the Chicago River, Illinois -
Lozano, N., Rice, C., Pagano, J., Zintek, L., Barber, L., Schoenfuss, H., Murphy, B., Nettescheim, T., Lordi, D. 2010. Alkylphenols and alkylphenol ethoxylates, PBDEs, PCBs and chlorinated pesticides in largemouth bass from North Shore Channel of the Chicago River, Illinois. Meeting Abstract. Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry North America. p. 410.
Steroid hormones in biosolids and poultry litter: A comparison of potential environmental inputs Reprint Icon -
Bevacqua, C., Rice, C., Torrents, A., Ramirez, M. 2011. Steroid hormones in biosolids and poultry litter: A comparison of potential environmental inputs. Science of the Total Environment. 409:2120-2126.
Evidence for atmospheric deposition of herbicides to forests bordering agricultural fields -
Rice, C., Bialek Kalinski, K.M. 2010. Evidence for atmospheric deposition of herbicides to forests bordering agricultural fields. IUPAC Congress.
Triclosan and methyl-triclosan dissipation in soils after biosolid application -
Lozano, N., Rice, C., Ramirez, M., Torrents, A. 2010. Triclosan and methyl-triclosan dissipation in soils after biosolid application [abstract]. American Chemical Society. 1:11137.
Relating stream microbial ecology to land-use in the Choptank River Watershed -
Nino De Guzman, G., Hapeman, C.J., Shelton, D.R., Rice, C., Codling, E.E., Millner, P.D., Torrents, A. 2010. Relating stream microbial ecology to land-use in the Choptank River Watershed. BARC Poster Day.
Pollutant fate and spatio-temporal variability in the choptank river estuary: factors influencing water quality Reprint Icon -
Whitall, D., Hively, W.D., Leight, A.K., Hapeman, C.J., Mcconnell, L.L., Fisher, T., Codling, E.E., Rice, C., Mccarty, G.W., Sadeghi, A.M. 2010. Pollutant fate and spatio-temporal variability in the choptank river estuary: factors influencing water quality. Science of the Total Environment. 408:2096-2108.
Fate of triclosan in agricultural soils after biosolid applications -
Lozano, N., Rice, C., Ramirez, M., Torrents, A. 2009. Fate of triclosan in agricultural soils after biosolid applications. Chemosphere. 78:760-766.
Fate and Distribution of the Octyl- and Nonylphenol Ethoxylates and Some Carboxylated Transformation Products in the Back River, Maryland Reprint Icon -
Loyo-Rosales, J.E., Rice, C., Torrents, A. 2009. Fate and Distribution of the Octyl- and Nonylphenol Ethoxylates and Some Carboxylated Transformation Products in the Back River, Maryland. Journal of Environmental Monitoring. 12:614-621.
Atmospheric deposition flux estimates for chlorpyrifos and trifluralin in the chukchi sea -
Mcconnell, L.L., Rice, C., Chernyak, S.M. 2009. Atmospheric deposition flux estimates for chlorpyrifos and trifluralin in the Chukchi Sea. Book Chapter. p. 215-219.
Results of the fourth joint U.S.-Russian Bering and Chukchi Seas expedition (BERPAC) -
Kohl, S.G., Rice, C., Grebmeier, J.M., Chernyak, S.M., Sauer, J.C. 2009. Results of the fourth joint U.S.-Russian Bering and Chukchi Seas expedition (BERPAC). United States Fish and Wildlife Service. p. 293.
Evidence for atmospheric deposition of pesticides to forests bordering agricultural fields -
Rice, C., Bialek Kalinski, K.M. 2009. Evidence for atmospheric deposition of pesticides to forests bordering agricultural fields. Meeting Abstract.
Removal of two antibacterial compounds triclocarban and triclosan in a waste water treatment plant -
Lozano, N., Rice, C., Ramirez, M., Torrents, A. 2009. Removal of two antibacterial compounds triclocarban and triclosan in a waste water treatment plant. American Chemical Society National Meeting. 238:412.
Fate of steroid hormones in sewage sludge and poultry litter prior to land application -
Bevacqua, C., Rice, C., Torrents, A., Ramirez, M. 2009. Fate of steroid hormones in sewage sludge and poultry litter prior to land application. American Chemical Society National Meeting. 238:502.
DIBOA: Fate in Soil and Effects on Root-knot Nematode Egg Numbers Reprint Icon -
Meyer, S.L., Rice, C., Zasada, I.A. 2009. DIBOA: Fate in Soil and Effects on Root-knot Nematode Egg Numbers. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 41:1555-1560.
Differential induction of redox sensitive extracellular phenolic amides in potato -
Baker, C.J., Whitaker, B.D., Mock, N.M., Rice, C., Roberts, D.P., Deahl, K.L., Ueng, P.P., Aver'Yanov, A.A. 2009. Differential induction of redox sensitive extracellular phenolic amides in potato. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology. 73:109-115.
Fate of triclocarban and triclosan in soils receiving biosolids applications -
Lozano, N., Rice, C., Ramirez, M., Torrents, A. 2009. Fate of triclocarban and triclosan in soils receiving biosolids applications. Meeting Abstract. 491.
Removal of triclocarban and triclosan in a wastewater treatment plant and their accumulations onto the solids -
Lozano, N., Rice, C., Ramirez, M., Torrents, A. 2009. Removal of triclocarban and triclosan in a wastewater treatment plant and their accumulations onto the solids. Meeting Abstract.
The fate of endocrine disrupting chemicals in biosolids during ag-bag composting practices -
Deng, D., Rice, C., Lozano, N., Andrade, N., Ramirez, M., Torrents, A. 2009. The fate of endocrine disrupting chemicals in biosolids during ag-bag composting practices. Meeting Abstract.
Reduction of chlortetracycline residues in manure from therapeutically-treated beef calves -
Lozano, N., Rice, C., Ramirez, M., Torrents, A. 2008. Reduction of chlortetracycline residues in manure from therapeutically-treated beef calves. Meeting Abstract.
Atmospheric Delivery of Herbicides to Riparian Buffer Zones -
Rice, C., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Hively, W.D. 2008. Atmospheric Delivery of Herbicides to Riparian Buffer Zones. Meeting Abstract.
Reduction of Chlortetracycline Residues in Manure from Therapeutically-Treated Beef Calves -
Arikan, O., Mulbry III, W.W., Rice, C. 2008. Reduction of Chlortetracycline Residues in Manure from Therapeutically-Treated Beef Calves. Meeting Abstract.
Management of Antibiotic Residues from Agricultural Sources: Use of Composting to Reduce Chlortetracycline Residues in Beef Manure from Treated Animals Reprint Icon -
Arikan, O., Mulbry III, W.W., Rice, C. 2008. Management of Antibiotic Residues from Agricultural Sources: Use of Composting to Reduce Chlortetracycline Residues in Beef Manure from Treated Animals. Journal of Hazardous Materials. 164:483-489.
Fate of Herbicides and Their Degradation Products Entering a Forested Riparian Buffer Following Herbicides Application to an Adjacent Corn Field -
Rice, C., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Mccarty, G.W., Hively, W.D., Angier, J. 2008. Fate of Herbicides and Their Degradation Products Entering a Forested Riparian Buffer Following Herbicides Application to an Adjacent Corn Field. Meeting Abstract.
Overview of the Choptank River watershed conservation effectiveness assessment project. Reprint Icon -
McCarty, G.W., McConnell, L.L., Sadeghi, A.M., Hapeman, C.J., Graff, C., Hively, W.D., Lang, M.W., Fisher, T.R., Jordan, T., Rice, C., Whitall, D., Lynn, A., Keppler, J., Fogel, M.L. 2008. Overview of the Choptank River watershed conservation effectiveness assessment project. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 63:461-474.
Impact of Temporal and Spatial Variations in agrochemical Fluxes within the Riparian Buffer on Exports from a First Order Watershed -
McCarty, G.W., Angier, J., Rice, C., Bialek, K. 2008. Impact of temporal and spatial variations in agrochemical fluxes within the Riparian Buffer on exports from a first order watershed [abstract]. American Water Resources Association Summer Specialty Conference. 2008 CDROM.
ROLE AND PERSISTENCE OF RYE ALLELOPATHIC ACTIVITY IN SOIL -
Teasdale, J.R., Rice, C.P., Zasada, I.A. 2008. Role and persistence of rye allelopathic activity in soil [abstract]. 5th World Congress on Allelopathy. 176:88-89.
Suppression of Meloidogyne incognita population densities with DIBOA -
Removal of Hormones and Antibiotics by Nanofiltration Membranes Reprint Icon -
Koyuncu, I., Arikan, O.A., Wiesner, M.R., Rice, C. 2008. Removal of Hormones and Antibiotics by Nanofiltration Membranes. Journal Membrane Science. 309:94-101.
Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectroscopy Shows the Speciation of Phytate is pH Dependent -
Heighton, L., Schmidt, W.F., Rice, C., Siefert, R.L. 2008. Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectroscopy Shows the Speciation of Phytate is pH Dependent. Journal of Food Agriculture and Environment. 6:402-407.
Evaluation of Ferrate(VI) as an Conditioner for Dewatering Wastewater Biosolids -
Kim, H., Kim, Y., Sharma, V., Mcconnell, L.L., Torrents, A., Rice, C., Millner, P.D., Ramirez, M. 2008. Evaluation of Ferrate(VI) as an Conditioner for Dewatering Wastewater Biosolids. American Chemical Society Symposium Series. 19:326-338.
Predicting Perchlorate Exposure in Milk From Concentrations in Dairy Feed Reprint Icon -
Rice, C., Baldwin, R.L., Abbott, L., Hapeman, C.J., Capuco, A.V., Le, A.N., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Bannerman, D.D., Hare Jr, W.R., Paape, M.J. 2007. Predicting Perchlorate Exposure in Milk From Concentrations in Dairy Feed. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 55:8806-8813.
Occurrence of Highly-Substituted Ethoxy-Carboxylates in Runoff Waters Near an Aircraft Deicing Facility -
Rice, C., Lozano, N., Loyo-Rosales, J., Corsi, S. 2007. Occurrence of Highly-Substituted Ethoxy-Carboxylates in Runoff Waters Near an Aircraft Deicing Facility. Meeting Abstract. p. 118.
Octyl- and Nonylphenol Ethoxylates and Their Transformation Products in the Back River, Maryland -
Loyo-Rosales, J., Rice, C., Torrents, A. 2007. Octyl- and Nonylphenol Ethoxylates and Their Transformation Products in the Back River, Maryland. Meeting Abstract. p. 65.
Fate of the Alkylphenol Ethoxylate Components of ADAF in Airport Runoff -
Loyo-Rosales, J., Corsi, S., Rice, C., Torrents, A. 2007. Fate of the Alkylphenol Ethoxylate Components of ADAF in Airport Runoff. Meeting Abstract. p. 117.
Fate of Triclosan and Triclocarban in Land-Applied Biosolids -
Lozano, N., Loyo-Rosales, J., Torrents, A., Rice, C., Ramirez, M., Andrade, N., Mcconnell, L.L. 2007. Fate of Triclosan and Triclocarban in Land-Applied Biosolids. Meeting Abstract. p. 65.
Aircraft and Pavement Deicer and Anti-Icer Forensics: Which Formulations Reach the Receiving Water and What are Their Potential Impacts -
Corsi, S., Geis, S., Loyo-Rosales, J., Rice, C. 2007. Aircraft and Pavement Deicer and Anti-Icer Forensics: Which Formulations Reach the Receiving Water and What are Their Potential Impacts. Meeting Abstract. p. 118.
Fate of Octyl- and Nonylphenol Ethoxylates and Some Carboxylated Derivatives in Three American Wastewater Treatment Plants Reprint Icon -
Loyo-Rosales, J.E., Rice, C., Torrents, A. 2007. Fate of Octyl- and Nonylphenol Ethoxylates and Some Carboxylated Derivatives in Three American Wastewater Treatment Plants. Environmental Science and Technology. 41(19):6815-6821.
Agricultural Pesticides and Selected Degradation Products in Five Tidal Regions and the Mainstem of Chesapeake Bay Reprint Icon -
Mcconnell, L.L., Rice, C., Hapeman, C.J., Drakeford, L., Harman-Fetcho, J.A., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Fulton, M.H., Allen, G. 2007. Agricultural Pesticides and Selected Degradation Products in Five Tidal Regions and the Mainstem of Chesapeake Bay. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 26(12):2567-2578. http://hdl.handle.net/10113/12848.
Fate of Benzoxazinoids from Rye (Secale cereale) in soil and the implication on Plant-Parasitic Nematode Management. -
Zasada, I.A., Meyer, S.L., Rice, C. 2007. Fate of benzoxazinoids from rye (Secale cereale) in soil and the implication on plant-parasitic nematode management [abstract]. Journal of Nematology. 39:88.
Removal of Estrogenic Compounds in Dairy Waste Lagoons by Ferrate (VI): Oxidation/Coagulation -
Remsberg, J.R., Rice, C., Kim, H., Arikan, O. 2007. Removal of Estrogenic Compounds in Dairy Waste Lagoons by Ferrate (VI): Oxidation/Coagulation. American Chemical Society Symposium Series.
Spatial and Temporal Variability of Nutrient, Metal, and Pesticide Concentrations in the Choptank River Watershed -
Hapeman, C.J., Rice, C., McConnell, L.L., Codling, E.E., Fisher, T., Hively, W.D., Lang, M.W., Whitall, D., McCarty, G.W., Sadeghi, A.M. 2007. Spatial and Temporal Variability of Nutrient, Metal, and Pesticide Concentrations in the Choptank River Watershed [abstract]. 2007 Annual Soil and Water Conservation Conference, July 21-25, 2007, Tampa, Florida. 2007 CDROM.
Herbicide Abatement by a Riparian Wetland System -
Rice, C., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Mccarty, G.W., Hively, W.D., Angier, J. 2007. Herbicide Abatement by a Riparian Wetland System. American Chemical Society National Meeting. p. 433.
Octyl- and Nonylphenol Ethoxylates and Carboxylates in Wastewater and Sediments by Isotope Dilution Liquid Chromatography/Tandem Mass Spectrometry Reprint Icon -
Loyo-Rosales, J.E., Rice, C., Torrents, A. 2007. Octyl- and Nonylphenol Ethoxylates and Carboxylates in Wastewater and Sediments by Isotope Dilution Liquid Chromatography/Tandem Mass Spectrometry. Chemosphere. 68:2118-2127.
Occurrence of Antibiotics and Hormones in a Major Agricultural Watershed -
Arikan, O., Rice, C., Codling, E.E. 2008. Occurrence of Antibiotics and Hormones in a Major Agricultural Watershed. International Conference on Diffuse Pollution. 226:121-131.
Herbicide Abatement by a Riparian Wetland System -
Rice, C., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Mccarty, G.W., Hively, W.D., Angier, J. 2007. Herbicide Abatement by a Riparian Wetland System. Meeting Abstract. p. 224.
Meloidogyne Incognita Host Suitability and Benzoxazinoid Content of Rye (secale cereale) Cultivars -
Zasada, I.A., Rice, C.P., and Meyer, S.L. 2007. Improving the use of rye (Secale cereale) for nematode management: potential to select cultivars based on Meloidogyne incognita host status and benzoxazinoid content. Nematology. 9:53-60.
CORRELATIONS OF NONYLPHENOL-ETHOXYLATES AND NONYLPHENOL WITH BIOMARKERS OF REPRODUCTIVE FUNCTION IN CARP (CYPRINUS CARPIO) FROM THE CUYAHOGA RIVER -
Mitchelmore, C., Rice, C. 2006. Correlations of nonylphenol-ethoxylates and nonylphenol with biomarkers of reproductive function in carp (cyprinus carpio) from the cuyahoga river. Science of the Total Environment. 371:391-401.
CORRELATIONS OF NONYLPHENOL-ETHOXYLATES AND NONYLPHENOL WITH BIOMARKERS OF REPRODUCTIVE FUNCTION IN CARP (CYPRINUS CARPIO) FROM THE CUYAHOGA RIVER -
REMOVAL OF ESTROGENIC COMPOUNDS IN DAIRY WASTE LAGOONS BY FERRATE (VI): OXIDATION/COAGULATION -
Remsberg, J.R., Rice, C., Kim, H. 2006. Removal of estrogenic compounds in dairy waste lagoons by ferrate (vi): oxidation/coagulation. Meeting Abstract. p. 569.
EVALUATION OF FERRATE (VI) AS AN ALTERNATIVE CONDITIONER FOR WASTEWATER BIOSOLIDS -
Kim, H., Sharma, V.K., Mcconnell, L.L., Torrents, A., Millner, P.D., Rice, C., Ramirez, M. 2006. Evaluation of ferrate (vi) as an alternative conditioner for wastewater biosolids. Meeting Abstract. p. 356.
SEASONAL SURVEY FOR ANTIBIOTICS AND HORMONES IN A MAJOR AGRICULTURAL WATERSHED -
Arikan, O., Rice, C., Codling, E.E. 2006. Seasonal survey for antibiotics and hormones in a major agricultural watershed. Meeting Proceedings. p. 214.
TRANSFER OF PERCHLORATE FROM DAIRY FEED TO MILK: POSSIBLE EXPOSURE SCENARIOS -
Rice, C., Abbott, L., Capuco, A.V., Hapeman, C.J., Baldwin, R.L., Hare Jr, W.R., Paape, M.J., Mccarty, G.W., Mcconnell, L.L., Van Tassell, C.P. 2006. Transfer of perchlorate from dairy feed to milk: possible exposure scenarios [abstract]. International Conference on The Future of Agriculture: Science, Stewardship and Sustainability (Aug 7-9, Sacramento, CA). 1:52.
AQUATIC TOXICITY OF NINE AIRCRAFT DEICER AND ANTI-ICER FORMULATIONS AND RELATIVE TOXICITY OF ADDITIVE PACKAGE INGREDIENTS ALKYLPHENOL ETHOXYLATES, AND 4,5-METHYL-1H-BENZOTRIAZOLES -
Corsi, S.R., Geis, S.W., Loyo-Rosales, J.E., Rice, C. 2006. Aquatic toxicity of nine aircraft deicer and anti-icer formulations and relative toxicity of additive package ingredients alkylphenol ethoxylates, and 4,5-methyl-1h-benzotriazoles. Journal of Environmental Science and Technology. 40:3195-3202.
TRACING TOXICITY IN AIRCRAFT DEICERS/ANTI-ICERS AND RUNOFF FROM AIRPORTS: CONTRIBUTIONS FROM ADDITIVES ALKYLPHENOL ETHOXYLATES, AND 4,5-METHYL-1H-BENZOTRIAZOLES -
Corsi, S., Geis, S., Loyo-Rosales, J.E., Rice, C. 2006. Tracing toxicity in aircraft deicers/anti-icers and runoff from airports: contributions from additives alkylphenol ethoxylates, and 4,5-methyl-1h-benzotriazoles. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Abstracts. p. 5.
EFFECT OF MASTITIS ON MILK PERCHLORATE CONCENTRATIONS IN DAIRY COWS -
Bannerman, D.D., Paape, M.J., Baldwin, R.L., Rice, C., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Capuco, A.V. 2006. Effect of mastitis on milk perchlorate concentrations in dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science. 89(8):3011-3019.
THE FATE AND EFFECT OF OXYTETRACYCLINE DURING THE ANAEROBIC DIGESTION OF MANURE FROM THERAPEUTICALLY TREATED CALVES -
Arikan, O.A., Sikora, L.J., Mulbry III, W.W., Khan, S.U., Rice, C. 2006. The fate and effect of oxytetracycline during the anaerobic digestion of manure from therapeutically treated calves. Process Biochemistry. 41:1637-1643.
CHARACTERIZATION OF AIRCRAFT DEICER AND ANTI-ICER COMPONENTS AND TOXICITY IN AIRPORT SNOWBANKS AND SNOWMELT RUNOFF -
Corsi, S.R., Geis, S.W., Loyo-Rosales, J.E., Rice, C., Sheesley, R.J., Failey, G., Cancilla, D.A. 2006. Characterization of aircraft deicer and anti-icer components and toxicity in airport snowbanks and snowmelt runoff. Environmental Science and Technology. 40:3195-3202.
USING SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL PESTICIDE CONCENTRATION DATA TO ASSESS POTENTIAL HAZARDS TO SENSITIVE AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS IN SOUTH FLORIDA -
Hapeman, C.J., Smith, R.D., Harman Fetcho, J.A., Mcconnell, L.L., Potter, T.L., Rice, C., Sadeghi, A.M., Sefton, K.A., Schaffer, B.A., Curry, R.W., Bialek Kalinski, K.M. 2006. Using spatial and temporal pesticide concentration data to assess potential hazards to sensitive aquatic ecosystems in south florida. American Chemical Society Abstracts. 70:76.
LINKING LABORATORY EXPERIENCES TO "THE REAL WORLD": THE EXTRACTION OF OCTYLPHENOXYACETIC ACID FROM WATER -
Loyo-Rosales, J.E., Rosales-Rivera, G.C., Rice, C., Torrents, A. 2006. Linking laboratory experiences to "the real world": the extraction of octylphenoxyacetic acid from water. Journal of Chemical Education. 83(2):248-249.
FATE OF DIETARY PERCHLORATE IN LACTATING DAIRY COWS: RELEVANCE TO ANIMAL HEALTH AND LEVELS IN THE MILK SUPPLY. Reprint Icon -
Capuco, A.V., Rice, C., Baldwin, R.L., Bannerman, D.D., Paape, M.J., Hare, Jr., W.R., Kauf, A.C., McCarty, G.W., Hapeman, C.J., Sadeghi, A.M., Starr, J.L., McConnell, L.L., Van Tassell, C.P. 2005. Fate of dietary perchlorate in lactating dairy cows: Relevance to animal health and levels in the milk supply. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 102(45):16152-16157.
PESTICIDE OCCURRENCE IN SELECTED SOUTH FLORIDA CANALS AND BISCAYNE BAY DURING HIGH AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITY -
Harman Fetcho, J.A., McConnell, L.L., Potter, T.L., Rice, C., Sadeghi, A.M., Sefton, K.A., Schaffer, B.A., Curry, R.W., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Smith, R.D., Hapeman, C.J. 2005. Pesticide occurrence in selected south florida canals and biscayne bay during high agricultural activity [abstract]. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Abstracts. p. 164.
PREDICTING PERCHLORATE EXPOSURE IN MILK FROM CONCENTRATIONS IN DAIRY FEED -
Rice, C., Abbott, L.C., Hapeman, C.J., Baldwin, R.L., Capuco, A.V., Mccarty, G.W., Hare Jr, W.R. 2005. Predicting perchlorate exposure in milk from concentrations in dairy feed. [abstract].American Chemical Society Annual Meeting Symposium Proceedings. pp. 928-930.
ATMOSPHERIC TRANSPORT AND DEPOSITION OF PESTICIDES WITHIN THE CHOPTANK RIVER WATERSHED AND THE ROLE OF RIPARIAN BUFFERS IN PESTICIDE DELIVERY TO STREAMS -
Mcconnell, L.L., Rice, C., Hapeman, C.J., Goel, A., Torrents, A., Bialek Kalinski, K.M. 2006. Atmospheric transport and deposition of pesticides within the choptank river watershed and the role of riparian buffers in pesticide delivery to streams. IUPAC Congress. p. III-3-35B.
HERBICIDE ABATEMENT BY A RIPARIAN WETLAND SYSTEM -
Rice, C., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Mccarty, G.W., Angier, J., Hively, W.D. 2005. Herbicide abatement by a riparian wetland system [abstract]. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Abstracts. p. 145.
REDUCING THE RISKS OF PESTICIDE EXPOSURE VIA ATMOSPHERIC TRANSPORT -
Hapeman, C.J., Mcconnell, L.L., Rice, C., Torrents, A., Goel, A., Prueger, J.H., Harman-Fetcho, J.A., Smith, R.D., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Drakeford, L. 2006. Reducing the risks of pesticide exposure via atmospheric transport. Proceedings of the Workshop on Agricultural Air Quality: State of the Science. 1:674-676.
RE-THINKING A RYE COVER CROP AS A PLANT-PARASITIC NEMATODE MANAGEMENT TOOL -
Zasada, I.A., Meyer, S.L., Rice, C. 2005. Re-thinking a rye cover crop as a plant-parasitic nematode management tool. Journal of Nematology 37:405.
PESTICIDE AND NITRATE-N BEHAVIOR IN GROUNDWATER WITHIN A RIPARIAN WETLAND -
Rice, C., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Angier, J., Mccarty, G.W. 2005. Pesticide and nitrate-n behavior in groundwater within a riparian wetland. American Geophysical Union.
TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF AGROCHEMICALS IN A RIPARIAN WETLAND -
Rice, C., Sadeghi, A.M., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Angier, J., McCarty, G.W. 2005. Temporal variability of agrochemicals in a riparian wetland [abstract]. American Society of Agronomy Meetings. 2005 CDROM.
HYDROXAMIC ACID CONTENT AND TOXICITY OF RYE AT SELECTED GROWTH STAGES -
Park, Y.B., Adam, F., Rice, C., Abdul Baki, A.A., Teasdale, J.R. 2005. Hydroxamic acid content and toxicity of rye at selected growth stages. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 31(8):1887-1905.
DIFFERENTIAL INDUCTION OF EXTRACELLULAR BIOACTIVE PHENOLICS THAT ARE REDOX SENSITIVE -
Baker, C.J., Whitaker, B.D., Mock, N.M., Rice, C., Deahl, K.L., Roberts, D.P., Ueng, P.P., Averyanov, A.A. 2005. Differential induction of extracellular bioactive phenolics that are redox sensitive. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology. 66:90-98.
PESTICIDE OCCURENCE IN SELECTED SOUTH FLORIDA CANALS AND BISCAYNE BAY DURING HIGH AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITY -
Hapeman, C.J., Harman Fetcho, J.A., Mcconnell, L.L., Potter, T.L., Rice, C., Sadeghi, A.M., Smith, R.D., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Sefton, K.A., Schaffer, B.A., Curry, R. 2005. Pesticide occurence in selected south florida canals and biscayne bay during high agricultural activity. Journal of Agricultural Food & Chemistry. 53:6040-6048.
ACTIVITY OF HYDROXAMIC ACIDS FROM SECALE CEREALE AGAINST THE PLANT-PARASITIC NEMATODES MELOIDOGYNE INCOGNITA AND XIPHINEMA AMERICANUM -
Zasada, I.A., Meyer, S.L., Halbrendt, J.H., Rice, C. 2005. Activity of hydroxamic acids from secale cereale against the plant-parasitic nematodes meloidogyne incognita and xiphinema americanum. Phytopathology 95:1116-1121.
TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING THE CHEMICAL TOXICITY OF RYE (SECALE CEREALE)AGAINST PLANT-PARASITIC NEMATODES -
Zasada, I.A., Meyer, S.L., Rice, C. 2005. Towards understanding the chemical toxicity of rye (secale cereale)against plant-parasitic nematodes. American Phytopathological Society Potomac Division Meeting. APS publication no. P-2005-0038-PTA.
ASSESSING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RUMINAL PERCHLORATE INFUSION IN DAIRY COWS AND ITS LEVELS IN MILK -
Capuco, A.V., Baldwin, R.L., Rice, C., Hare Jr, W.R., Paape, M.J., Bannerman, D.D., Kauf, A.C., Mccarty, G.W., Sadeghi, A.M., Starr, J.L., Mcconnell, L.L., Hapeman, C.J., Van Tassell, C.P. 2005. Assessing the relationship between ruminal perchlorate infusion in dairy cows and its levels in milk [abstract]. Journal of Dairy Science. 88(1):237.
TIME TRENDS (1983-1999) FOR ORGANOCHLORINES AND PBDES IN RAINBOW SMELT (OSMERUS MORDAX) FROM LAKES MICHIGAN, HURON AND SUPERIOR -
Chernyak, S.M., Rice, C., Quintal, R.T., Begnoche, L.J., Hickey, J.P., Vinyard, B.T. 2004. Time trends (1983-1999) for organochlorines and PBDEs in rainbow smelt (Osmerus mordax) from lakes Huron and Superior in Michigan. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 24(7):1632-1641.
AGROCHEMICAL FATE IN SOUTH FLORIDA ECOSYSTEMS -
Hapeman, C.J., Harman Fetcho, J.A., Smith, R.D., Mcconnell, L.L., Potter, T.L., Schaffer, B.A., Curry, R.W., Rice, C., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Sadeghi, A.M., Sefton, K.A. 2005. Agrochemical fate in South Florida ecosystems.Proceedings of IUPAC-UCR-MAG International Workshop on Crop Protection Chemistry. p. 213.
INVOLVEMENT OF ACETOSYRINGONE IN PLANT/PATHOGEN RECOGNITION -
Baker, C.J., Mock, N.M., Whitaker, B.D., Roberts, D.P., Rice, C., Deahl, K.L., Averyanov, A.A. 2005. Involvement of Acetosyringone in plant/pathogen recognition. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 328:130-136.
PERSISTANCE OF HERBICIDE BREAKDOWN PRODUCTS IN A RIPARIAN BUFFER SYSTEM -
Rice, C., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Angier, J., Mccarty, G.W. 2004. Persistance of herbicide breakdown products in a riparian buffer system [abstract]. Agronomy Society of America, Crop Science Society of America, Soil Science Society of America Meeting. CD-ROM 6532.
TRENDS IN THE ACCUMULATION OF POP'S BY RAINBOW SMELT COLLECTED FROM LAKES SUPERIOR, MICHIGAN, AND HURON -
Rice, C., Chernyak, S.M., Begnoche, L.J., Quintal, R.T., Hickey, J.P., Vinyard, B.T. 2004. Trends in the accumulation of pop's by rainbow smelt collected from Lakes Superior, Michigan, and Huron [abstract]. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Abstracts. Abstract PM-231. November 11, 2004. pp. 203.
THE PERSISTENCE OF METOLACHLOR BREAKDOWN PRODUCTS IN A RIPARIAN BUFFER SYSTEM -
Rice, C., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Angier, J., Mccarty, G.W. 2004. The persistence of metolachlor breakdown products in a riparian buffer system [abstract]. 228th American Chemical Society Meeting. p. 334.
LC/MS ANALYSIS OF BOA AND MBOA AND THEIR PRECURSORS IN RYE -
Rice, C., Adam, F.M., Abdul-Baki, A.A., Park, Y.I., Teasdale, J.R. 2004. LC/MS analysis of BOA and MBOA and their precursors in rye. Proc. Amer. Soc. Agronomy, Div.5-8, p.371 (Poster No. 1956).
EVALUATING THE FIELD DISSIPATION OF ATRAZINE, METOLACHLOR AND SELECTED METABOLITES BY QUANTIFYING THE WATER EXTRACTABLE PHASE -
Graff, C.D., Rice, C., Sadeghi, A.M., Bialek-Kalinski, K.M. 2004. Evaluating the field dissipation of atrazine, metolachlor and selected metabolites by quantifying the water extractable phase. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. 96th Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA Oct. 31 - Nov. 4, 2004, pg. 165.
STIMULATORY EFFECT OF ACETOSYRINGONE ON PLANT/PATHOGEN RECOGNITION -
Baker, C.J., Whitaker, B.D., Mock, N.M., Rice, C., Roberts, D.P., Deahl, K.L., Averyanov, A.A. 2004. Stimulatory effect of acetosyringone on plant/pathogen recognition. Free Radical Biology and Medicine.
CRITICAL AREAS IN RIPARIAN BUFFERS: IMPROVING CONTAMINANT REMEDIATION FUNCTION BY IDENTIFYING ZONES WITH LIMITED MITIGATION CAPACITY -
Angier, J., McCarty, G.W., Rice, C., Bialek-Kalinski, K.M. 2004. Critical areas in riparian buffers: improving contaminant remediation function by identifying zones with limited mitigation capacity. American Water Resources Association Summer Specialty Conference.
IMPROVING RIPARIAN ZONE FUNCTION BY IDENTIFYING CRITICAL AREAS WITH LIMITED MITIGATION CAPACITY -
Angier, J., McCarty, G., Rice, C., Bialek, K. 2004. Improving riparian zone function by identifying critical areas with limited mitigation capacity. Proceedings of the Riparian Ecosystems and Buffers: Multi-scale Structure, Function and Management, American Water Resources Association, June 28-30, 2004, Olympic Valley, California. p. 1-6. 2004 CDROM.
SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS AT FIELD AND WATERSHED SCALES -
Graff, C.D., Rice, C., Sadeghi, A.M., Bialek-Kalinski, K.M. 2004. Spatial and temporal variability of agricultural chemicals at field and watershed scales [abstract]. BARC Poster Day. April 2004.
ALKYLPHENOLS IN BIOTA, SEDIMENT AND WATER OF MIDWESTERN WATERWAYS -
Rice, C. 2004. Alkylphenols in biota, sediment and water of midwestern waterways [Abstract]. Conference on Persistent Contaminants: New Priorities, New Concerns, NIEHS Superfund Sponsored. Bear Mountain, NY, Sept. 28-30, 2004. pp 23-24.
INDUCTION OF REDOX SENSITIVE EXTRACELLULAR PHENOLICS DURING PLANT-BACTERIAL INTERACTIONS -
Baker, C.J., Whitaker, B.D., Mock, N.M., Rice, C., Roberts, D.P., Deahl, K.L., Averyanov, A.A. 2005. Induction of redox sensitive extracellular phenolics during plant-bacterial interactions. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology. 66:90-98.
CRITICAL AREAS IN RIPARIAN BUFFERS: IMPROVING CONTAMINANT REMEDIATION FUNCTION BY IDENTIFYING ZONES WITH LIMITED MITIGATION CAPACITY -
Angier, J., McCarty, G.W., Rice, C., Bialek-Kalinski, K.M. 2004. Critical areas in riparian buffers: Improving contaminant remediation function by identifying zones with limited mitigation capacity [abstract]. American Water Resources Association Conference Proceedings, June 2004.
FATE OF HERBICIDES IN THE RIPARIAN BUFFER ZONE OF A SMALL FIRST-ORDER AGRICULTURAL WATERSHED -
Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Wilcox, K., Angier, J., McCarty, G.W., Rice, C. 2003. Fate of herbicides in the riparian buffer zone of a small first-order agricultural watershed [abstract]. American Chemical Society Abstracts. p. 1.
ALKYLPHENOL ETHOXYLATES AND DEGRADATES IN NATURAL WATERS -
Loyo-Rosales, J., Rice, C., Torrents, A. 2003. Alkylphenol ethoxylates and degradates in natural waters [abstract]. 12th Annual Aircraft and Airfield Deicing Conference and Exposition. October 5-7, 2003, p. 67.
CONTAMINANT EXPOSURE AND REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS OF OSPREYS (PANDION HALIAETUS) NESTING IN CHESAPEAKE BAY REGIONS OF CONCERN -
Rattner, B.A., McGowan, P.C., Golden, N.H., Hatfield, J.S., Toschik, P.C., Lukei, R.F., Hale, R.C., Schmitz-Afonso, I., Rice, C. 2004. Contaminant exposure and reproductive success of ospreys (Pandion haliaetus) nesting in Chesapeake Bay regions of concern. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 47:126-140.
AGROCHEMICAL INPUTS TO SOUTH FLORIDA CANALS AND BISCAYNE BAY -
Hapeman, C.J., Harman-Fetcho, J.A., McConnell, L.L., Potter, T.L., Rice, C., Bialek-Kalinski, K.M., Schaffer, B.A. 2003. Agrochemical inputs to South Florida canals and Biscayne Bay [abstract]. 226th American Chemical Society National Meeting. 226:31.
SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS AT FIELD AND WATERSHED SCALES -
Graff, C.D., Koskinen, W.C., Rice, C., Sadeghi, A.M., Bialek-Kalinski, K.M. 2003. Spatial and temporal variability of agricultural chemicals at field and watershed scales [CD-ROM]. In: ASA-CSSA-SSSA Proceedings. ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meetings, November 2-6, 2003, Denver, CO. p. 93.
ACCUMULATION FACTORS FOR ALKYLPHENOLS AND ALKYLPHENOL ETHOXYLATES IN CARP FROM THE CUYAHOGA RIVER -
Rice, C., Schmitz-Afonso, I., Loyo-Rosales, J. 2003. Accumulation factors for alkylphenols and alkylphenol ethoxylates in carp from the Cuyahoga River [abstract]. SETAC 24th Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, Nov. 2003. p. 51.
NPE CONTAMINATION AND CORRELATIONS WITH BIOMARKERS OF REPRODUCTIVE FUNCTION IN CARP FROM THE CUYAHOGA RIVER -
Mitchelmore, C.M., Rice, C., Thoma, R. 2003. NPE contamination and correlations with biomarkers of reproductive function in carp from the Cuyahoga River [abstract]. SETAC 24th Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, Nov. 2003. p.107-108.
MIGRATION OF NONYLPHENOL, AN ENDOCRINE DISRUPTER, FROM PLASTIC CONTAINERS TO DRINKING WATER -
Loyo-Rosales, J.E., Lynch, A.M., Rice, C., Torrents, A. 2003. Migration of nonylphenol, an endocrine disrupter, from plastic containers to drinking water [abstract]. Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting, July 13-17, 2003, Chicago, IL. p. 156.
ALKYLPHENOLS, ALKYLPHENOLETHOXYLATES AND THEIR METABOLITES (APES) AS POTENTIAL GREAT LAKES, TRIBUTARIES, AND EFFLUENT DOMINATED STREAM ENDOCRINE DISRUPTERS -
Rice, C., Gannon, J.M., Smith, S.J. 2003. Alkylphenols, alkylphenolethoxylates and their metabolites (APES) as potential Great Lakes, tributaries, and effluent dominated stream endocrine disrupters. Final Project Report to USEPA, Great Lakes National Program Office. June 2003.
ALKYLPHENOL AND ALKYLPHENOL-ETHOXYLATES IN CARP, WATER AND SEDIMENT FROM CUYAHOGA RIVER, OHIO -
Rice, C., Schmitz-Afonso, I., Loyo-Rosales, J., Link, E., Thoma, M., Fay, E., Altfater, D., Camp, M.J. 2003. Alkylphenol and alkylphenol-ethoxylates in carp, water and sediment from Cuyahoga River, Ohio. Environmental Science and Technology. 37:3747-3754.
MIGRATION OF NONLYPHENOL FROM PLASTIC CONTAINERS TO WATER AND A MILK SURROGATE -
Loyo-Rosales, J.E., Rosales-Rivera, G.C., Lynch, A.M., Rice, C., Torrents, A. 2004. Migration of nonlyphenol from plastic containers to water and a milk surrogate. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 52(7):2016-2020.
DETERMINATION OF ALKYLPHENOL AND ALKYLPHENOLETHOXYLATES IN BIOTA BY LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY WITH DETECTION BY TANDEM MASS SPECTROMETRY AND FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY -
Schmitz-Afonso, I., Loyo-Rosales, J., Aviles, M., Ratther, B., Rice, C. 2003. Determination of alkylphenol and alkylphenolethoxylates in biota by liquid chromatography with detection by tandem mass spectrometry and fluorescence spectroscopy. Journal of Chromatography A. 1010:25-35.
FIELD OBSERVATIONS OF THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF ALKYL PHENOLS ON FISH ENDOCRINE DISRUPTION -
Rice, C., Mitchelmore, C. 2003. Field observations of the contributions of alkylphenols on fish endocrine disruption [abstract]. USEPA Region/ORD Emerging Pollutants Workshop, August 11-14, 2003, Chicago, IL.
SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS AT FIELD AND WATERSHED SCALES -
Graff, C.D., Rice, C., Sadeghi, A.M. 2003. Spatial and temporal variability of agricultural chemicals at field and watershed scales [abstract]. BARC Poster Day. June 2003.
ANALYSIS OF OCTYL- AND NONYLPHENOL AND THEIR ETHOXYLATES IN WATER AND SEDIMENTS BY LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY-TANDEM MASS SPECTROMETRY -
Loyo-Rosales, J., Schmitz-Alfonso, I., Rice, C., Torrents, A. 2003. Analysis of octyl- and nonylphenol and their ethoxylates in water and sediments by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry. Analytical Chemistry. 75:4811-4817.
RELATIONSHIP OF STREAM FLOW RATES TO NITRATE-N AND PESTICIDE ATTENUATION IN AN AGRICULTURALLY IMPACTED FIRST-ORDER RIPARIAN SYSTEM, INNER COASTAL PLAIN, MARYLAND -
Angier, J., McCarty, G.W., Rice, C., Prestegaard, K.L. 2003. Relationship of stream flow rates to Nitrate-N and pesticide attenuation in an agriculturally impacted first-order riparian system, inner coastal plain, Maryland [abstract]. American Geophysical Union. March 2003.
CURRENT UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE RESEARCH ON UNDERSTANDING AGROCHEMICAL FATE AND TRANSPORT TO PREVENT AND MITIGATE ADVERSE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS -
Cathleen J. Hapeman, Laura L. McConnell, Clifford P. Rice, Ali M. Sadeghi, Walter F. Schmidt, Gregory W. McCarty, James L. Starr, Pamela J. Rice, Jonathan T. Angier and J. A. Harman-Fetcho Current United States Department of Agriculture - Agricultural Research Service research on understanding agrochemical fate and transport to prevent and mitigate adverse environmental impacts Submitted to Pest Management Science Accepted by Journal: 2/18/2003 Published: 59:681-690.
SURVEY OF ALKYLPHENOL AND ALKYLPHENOL ETHOXYLATES IN FISH FROM THE GREAT LAKES AND FROM CONTAMINATED US RIVERS NEAR THE GREAT LAKES -
DETERMINATION OF NONYLPHENOL ETHOXYLATES IN CARP, WATER AND SEDIMENT SAMPLES FROM CUYAHOGA RIVER -
Schmitz-Afonso, I., Rice, C., Loyo-Rosales, J.E. 2002. Determination of nonylphenol ethoxylates in carp, water and sediment samples from cuyahoga river. 23rd SETAC Annual Meeting. Salt Lake City, UT, November 2002. pg. 93.
NONYLPHENOL AND NONYLPHENOL-ETHOXYLATES IN CARP, WATER, AND SEDIMENT SAMPLES FROM CUYAHOGA RIVER -
Rice, C., Schmitz-Afonso, I., Loyo-Rosales, J.E., Camp, M.J. 2002. Nonylphenol and nonylphenol-ethoxylates in carp, water, and sediment samples from Cuyahoga River. Final Project Report to Ohio EPA. November 2002.
TRANSPORT AND FATE OF ATRAZINE AND METOLACHLOR IN A RIPARIAN WETLAND SYSTEM -
DETERMINATION OF ALKYLPHENOL ETHOXYLATES IN OSPREY EGG AND FISH TISSUE BY LC/ESI-MS/MS -
AN LC/ESI-MS/MS METHOD FOR THE DETECTION OF ALKYLPHENOL ETHOXYLATES IN WATER AND SEDIMENT -
AGROCHEMICAL INPUTS FROM FLORIDA CANALS TO THE BISCAYNE BAY -
Harman-Fetcho, J.A., Hapeman, C.J., McConnell, L.L., Potter, T.L., Rice, C., Bialek-Kalinski, K.M., Schaffer, B.A. 2002. Agrochemical inputs from Florida canals to the Biscayne Bay [abstract]. SETAC 23rd Annual Meeting, November 16-20, 2002, Salt Lake City, Utah.
EVALUATING RIPARIAN ZONE FUNCTION: A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO ASSESSING NUTRIENT AND PESTICIDE FATE IN AN AGRICULTURAL SETTING -
COMPARISONS OF PBDE COMPOSITION AND CONCENTRATION IN FISH COLLECTED FROM THE DETROIT RIVER, MI AND DES PLAINES RIVER, IL -
Rice, C., Chernyak, S., Begnoche, L., Quintal, R., Hickey, J. 2003. Comparisons of PBDE composition and concentration in fish collected from the Detroit River, MI and Des Plaines River, IL. Chemosphere. 49(2002)731-737.
SOURCES, PATHWAYS, AND EFFECTS OF PCBS, PCDDS, AND PCDFS. -
AQUEOUS-PHASE DISAPPEARANCE OF ATRAZINE, METOLACHLOR AND CHLORPYRIFOS IN LABORATORY AQUARIA AND OUTDOOR MACROCOSMS -
VOLATILIZATION OF TRIFLURALIN, ATRAZINE, METOLACHLOR, CHLORPYRIFOS, A-ENDOSULFAN, AND B-ENDOSULFAN FROM FRESHLY TILLED SOIL -
EXPLANATION FOR THE ISOMERIC COMPARTMENTALIZATION OF ENDOSULFAN -
THROUGH-FALL VERSUS STEM FLOW PESTICIDE DEPOSITION TO A RIPARIAN BUFFER AREA -
EXPOSURE OF SELECTED POTENTIAL ENDOCRINE DISRUPING CHEMICALS IN HUMANS AND WILDLIFE -
SYNERGISTIC EFFECTS OF A COMBINED EXPOSURE TO HERBICIDES AND AN INSECTICIDE IN HYLA VERSICOLOR -
A RAPID METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF TRACE LEVELS OF ALKYLPHENOLIC COMPOUNDS IN FISH TISSUE USING PRESSURIZED FLUID EXTRACTION, SOLID PHASE CLEAN-UP AND HPLC FLUORESCENCE DETECTION -
INFLUENCE OF A RIPARIAN WETLAND ON NITRATE AND HERBICIDES EXPORTED FROM A FIELD APPLIED WITH AGROCHEMICALS -
ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION FLUX ESTIMATES FOR CHLORPYRIFOS AND TRIFLURALIN IN THE CHUKCHI SEA -
MOLECULAR INFLUENCES ON THE ATMOSPHERIC PARTITIONING OF ENDOSULFAN ISOMERS -
USE OF LC/MS-MS FOR QUANITTATION OF ALKYPHENOLS IN ENVIRONMENTAL MATRICES -
DISTRIBUTION OF POLYBROMINATED DIPHENYL ETHERS IN GREAT LAKES FISH -
OCCURENCE OF METOLACHLOR ESA AND ATRAZINE METABOLITES IN A RIPARIAN ECOSYSTEM -
TREATED WOOD IN LIVESTOCK FACILITIES: RELATIONSHIPS AMONG RESIDUES OF PENTACHLOROPHENOL, DIOXINS, AND FURANS IN WOOD AND BEEF -
WET DEPOSITION AND AIR-WATER GAS EXCHANGE OF CURRENTLY USED PESTICIDES TO A TRIBUTARY OF THE CHESAPEAKE BAY -
ATMOSPHERIC TRANSPORT OF PESTICIDES TO THE CHESAPEAKE BAY: A REVIEW OF PREVIOUS STUDIES AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS. -
CHIRAL PATTERNS OF SOIL-AGED PESTICIDE RESIDUES (TECHNICAL CHLORDANES, BHC'S, AND DDT'S) -
FOG AND AQUEOUS PHASE PARTITIONING OF PESTICIDES AND OTHER POLLUTANTS -
A RAPID METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF TRACE LEVELS OF NONYLPHENOL IN FISHTISSUE USING SOLID PHASE EXTRACTION AND HPLC FLUORESCENCE DETECTION -
PESTICIDES AND POPS IN REMOTE ENVIRONMENTS -
PESTICIDE EMISSIONS MODEL DEVELOPMENT -
DEVELOPMENTAL TOXICITY FO PCB 126 (3,3',4,4',5-PENTACHLOROBIPHENYL) IN NESTLING AMERICAN KESTRALS (FALCO SPARVERIUS) -
EVALUATION OF AN ATMOSPHERIC DUST COLLECTOR FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF ORGANIC CONTAMINANT DEPOSITON -
PESTICIDE DISSIPATION IN EXPERIMENTAL AQUARIA AND ARTIFICIAL PONDS -
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