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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Cathleen J Hapeman
Research Chemist


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Assessing the effectiveness of vegetative environmental buffers in mitigating air pollutant emissions from poultry houses -
Yao, Q., Hapeman, C.J., Li, H., Buser, M., Alfieri, J.G., Wanjura, J.D., Mcconnell, L., Holt, G.A., Downey, P.M., Yang, Z., Torrents, A. 2016. Assessing the effectiveness of vegetative environmental buffers in mitigating air pollutant emissions from poultry houses. American Chemical Society National Meeting. AGRO 135..
Improving continuous monitoring OF VOC’s emissions from alternative fertilizers -
Romero-Flores, A., Mcconnell, L., Hapeman, C.J., Rameriz, M., Torrents, A. 2016. Improving continuous monitoring OF VOC’s emissions from alternative fertilizers. American Chemical Society National Meeting. AGRO 134.
Mitigating ammonia and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emissions from poultry houses using vegetative environmental buffers -
Yao, Q., Hapeman, C.J., Li, H., Buser, M., Alfieri, J.G., Mcconnell, L., Downey, P.M., Yang, Z., Torrents, A. 2016. Mitigating ammonia and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emissions from poultry houses using vegetative environmental buffers. ASABE Annual International Meeting. AGRO 135..
Evaluating the effectiveness of vegetative environmental buffers in mitigating particulate matter emissions from poultry houses -
Yao, Q., Hapeman, C.J., Li, H., Buser, M., Alfieri, J.G., Wanjura, J.D., Mcconnell, L., Holt, G.A., Downey, P.M., Yang, Z., Torrents, A. 2016. Evaluating the effectiveness of vegetative environmental buffers in mitigating particulate matter emissions from poultry houses. Meeting Abstract. Paper No. 162459918..
Role of riparian areas in atmospheric pesticide deposition and its potential effect on water quality -
The discovery of phytochrome: unlocking the secrets of plants and their connection to light -
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.
13th IUPAC- international congress of pesticide chemistry: crop, environment, and public health protection, technologies for a changing world -
Mcconnell, L., Racke, K., Hapeman, C.J., Seiber, J. 2015. 13th IUPAC- international congress of pesticide chemistry: crop, environment, and public health protection, technologies for a changing world. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.
Organic amendments for risk mitigation of organochlorine pesticide residues in old orchard soils -
Centofanti, T., Andrade, N., Mcconnell, L., Hapeman, C.J., Torrents, A., Breyer, W., Chaney, R.L., Nguyen, A., Anderson, M., Novak, J.S., Jackson, D.M., Jackson, D.S. 2015. Organic amendments for risk mitigation of organochlorine pesticide residues in old orchard soils. Environmental Pollution. 210:182-190.
Evaluation of native microbial soil populations at a trichloroethylene contaminated Superfund site in the presence of a permeable reactive barrier (biowall) using a metagenomics approach -
De Guzman, N., Hapeman, C.J., Mcconnell, L., Millner, P., Torrents, A., Kjellerup, B. 2015. Evaluation of native microbial soil populations at a trichloroethylene contaminated Superfund site in the presence of a permeable reactive barrier (biowall) using a metagenomics approach [abstract]. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Europe. MO154.
Consequences of non-uniformity in the stoichiometry of component fractions within one and two loops models of alpha-helical peptides Reprint Icon -
Schmidt, W.F., Hapeman, C.J., Wachira, J., Thomas, C.G. 2104. Consequences of non-uniformity in the stoichiometry of component fractions within one and two loops models of alpha-helical peptides. Biophysical Chemistry. 5:125-133.
Temperature dependent Raman spectroscopy of melamine and structural analogs in milk powder -
Schmidt, W.F., Broadhurst, C., Qin, J., Lee, H., Nguyen, J.K., Chao, K., Hapeman, C.J., Shelton, D.R., Kim, M.S. 2015. Temperature dependent Raman spectroscopy of melamine and structural analogs in milk powder. Applied Spectroscopy. 669:398-406.
Velocity profile development for a poultry facility acid scrubber -
Sutterfield, D., Buser, M.D., Wang, N., Whitelock, D.P., Moore Jr, P.A., Li, H., Hapeman, C.J. 2014. Velocity profile development for a poultry facility acid scrubber. ASABE Annual International Meeting. Paper No. 141914254.
Development of a multi-point isokinetic sampling system to measure poultry house particulate matter emissions -
Sutterfield, D., Buser, M.D., Wang, N., Whitelock, D.P., Moore Jr, P.A., Li, H., Hapeman, C.J. 2014. Development of a multi-point isokinetic sampling system to measure poultry house particulate matter emissions. ASABE Annual International Meeting, July 13-16, 2014, Montreal, Canada. Paper no. 141914266.
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.
Utilizing vegetative environmental buffers to mitigate ammonia and particulate matter emissions from poultry houses -
Yao, Q., Hapeman, C.J., Mcconnell, L., Li, H., Nguyen, A., Downey, P.M., Buser, M., Holt, G.A., Prueger, J.H., Eichinger, W., Ro, K.S., Torrents, A. 2014. Utilizing vegetative environmental buffers to mitigate ammonia and particulate matter emissions from poultry houses [abstract]. American Chemical Society. AGRO 76.
Improving continuous monitoring of VOC emissions from alternative fertilizers -
Romero-Flores, A., Mcconnell, L., Hapeman, C.J., Nguyen, A., Rameriz, M., Torrents, A. 2014. Improving continuous monitoring of VOC emissions from alternative fertilizers [abstract]. American Chemical Society. AGRO 75.
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.
Utilizing thin-film solid-phase extraction to assess the effect of organic carbon amendments on the bioavailability of DDT and dieldrin to earthworms -
Andrade, N., Centofanti, T., Mcconnell, L., Hapeman, C.J., Torrents, A., Nguyen, A., Beyer, W., Chaney, R.L., Novak, J.S., Anderson, M., Cantrell, K.B. 2014. Utilizing thin-film solid-phase extraction to assess the effect of organic carbon amendments on the bioavailability of DDT and dieldrin to earthworms [abstract]. American Chemical Society. AGRO 351.
Temperature dependent Raman Spectroscopic evidence of and molecular mechanism for thermal transfer between Beta-Endosulfan and Alpha-Endosulfan Reprint Icon -
Schmidt, W., Hapeman, C.J., McConnell, L.L., Mookherji, S., Nguyen, J.K., Qin, J., Lee, H., Chao, K., Kim, M. 2014. Temperature dependent Raman Spectroscopic evidence of and molecular mechanism for thermal transfer between Beta-Endosulfan and Alpha-Endosulfan. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 62:2023-2030.
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.
Utilizing thin-film solid-phase extraction to assess the effect of organic carbon amendments on the bioavailability of DDT and dieldrin to earthworms Reprint Icon -
Andrade, N.A., Centofanti, T., McConnell, L.L., Hapeman, C.J., Torrents, A., Nguyen, A., Beyer, W.N., Chaney, R.L., Novak, J.M., Anderson, M.O., Cantrell, K.B. 2014. Utilizing thin-film solid-phase extraction to assess the effect of organic carbon amendments on the bioavailability of DDT and dieldrin to earthworms. Environmental Pollution. 185:307-313.
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.
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.
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.
Utilizing polymer-coated vials to illustrate the fugacity and bioavailability of chlorinated pesticide residues in contaminated soils Reprint Icon -
Andrade, N.A., Mcconnell, L.L., Torrents, A., Hapeman, C.J. 2013. Utilizing polymer-coated vials to illustrate the fugacity and bioavailability of chlorinated pesticide residues in contaminated soils. Journal of Chemical Education. 90:479-482.
Cover crop water quality benefits in intensive production -
Rice, P.J., Hapeman, C.J., Mcconnell, L.L., Teasdale, J.R., Sadeghi, A.M. 2012. Cover crop water quality benefits in intensive production [abstract]. Cover Crop Field Field Day, October 18, 2012, Cape May, New Jersey. Available: http://www.nj.nrcs.usda.gov/documents/PMC/Cover_Crop-Agenda.pdf.
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].
Developing novel approaches to characterize emissions from agricultural operations -
Huang, Q., Mcconnell, L.L., Razote, E., Schmidt, W.F., Vinyard, B.T., Torrents, A., Hapeman, C.J., Maghirang, R., Trabue, S.L. 2012. Developing novel approaches to characterize emissions from agricultural operations. [abstract].
Utilizing single particle Raman microscopy as a non-destructive method to identify sources of PM10 from cattle feedlot operations Reprint Icon -
Huang, Q., McConnell, L.L., Razote, E., Schmidt, W.F., Vinyard, B.T., Torrents, A., Hapeman, C.J., Maghirang, R., Trabue, S.L., Prueger, J.H., Ro, K.S. 2013. Utilizing single particle Raman microscopy as a non-destructive method to identify sources of PM10 from cattle feedlot operations. Atmospheric Environment. 66:17-24.
Endosulfan wet deposition in Southern Florida -
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.
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.
Managing agricultural emissions to the atmosphere: State of the science, fate and mitigation, and identifying research gaps -
Yates, S.R., Mcconnell, L.L., Hapeman, C.J., Papiernik, S.K., Gao, S., Trabue, S.L. 2011. Managing agricultural emissions to the atmosphere: State of the science, fate and mitigation, and identifying research gaps. Journal of Environmental Quality. 40(5):1347-1358.
Volatile organic compounds in pesticide formulations: Assessing methods to predict contributions to ground-level ozone Reprint Icon -
Zeinali, M., Mcconnell, L.L., Hapeman, C.J., Nguyen, A., Schmidt, W.F., Howard, C. 2011. Volatile organic compounds in pesticide formulations: Assessing methods to predict contributions to ground-level ozone. Atmospheric Environment. 45:2404-2412.
Efficacy of management practices to mitigate the off-site movement and ecological risk of pesticides transported with runoff from agricultural and turf systems -
Rice, P.J., Horgan, B.P., Hapeman, C.J., McConnell, L.L. 2011. Efficacy of management practices to mitigate the off-site movement and ecological risk of pesticides transported with runoff from agricultural and turf systems. In: Stoytcheva, M., editor. Pesticides - Formulations, Effects, Fate. Rijeka, Croatia:Intech. p. 401-408.
Evaluation of Management Practices to Mitigate Pesticide Transport and Ecological Risk of Runoff from Agricultural and Turf Systems -
Rice, P.J., Horgan, B.P., Hapeman, C.J., Mcconnell, L.L., Rittenhouse, J.L. 2010. Evaluation of Management Practices to Mitigate Pesticide Transport and Ecological Risk of Runoff from Agricultural and Turf Systems [abstract]. International Congress of Pesticide Chemistry Abstracts. p. 57.
Environmental factors affecting the levels of legacy pesticides in the airshed of Delaware and Chesapeake Bays Reprint Icon -
Goel, A., Mcconnell, L.L., Torrents, A., Kuang, Z., Hapeman, C.J., Meritt, D.W., Alexander, S.T., Scudlark, J.R., Scarborough, R. 2010. Environmental factors affecting the levels of legacy pesticides in the airshed of Delaware and Chesapeake Bays. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 29:1893-1906.
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.
A Comparison of Three Cold-Climate Strawberry Production Systems: Environmental Effects Reprint Icon -
Stevens, M.D., Black, B.L., Lea-Cox, J.D., Sadeghi, A.M., Harman-Fetcho, J., Pfeil, M., Downey, P.M., Hapeman, C.J. 2009. A Comparison of Three Cold-Climate Strawberry Production Systems: Environmental Effects. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 44(2):298-305.
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.
Assessing the importance of agricultural management practices to reduce the ecological risk of pesticides -
Rice, P.J., Hapeman, C.J., Mcconnell, L.L., Sadeghi, A.M. 2010. Assessing the importance of agricultural management practices to reduce the ecological risk of pesticides [abstract]. Pan-Pacific Conference on Pesticide Science. Abstract No. 47.
Reducing the Environmental Risk of Pesticides: Implications of Management Practices in Agricultural Production -
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.
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.
Management technologies can reduce the environmental risk of pesticides in agricultural production -
Rice, P.J., Hapeman, C.J., McConnell, L.L., Sadeghi, A.M. 2007. Management technologies can reduce the environmental risk of pesticides in agricultural production [abstract]. 2007 Technical Meeting of the W-1045 Cooperative Regional Research Group: Agrochemical Impacts on Human and Environmental Health: Mechanisms and Mitigation. Gainsville, FL, June 3-5, 2007. 2007 CD ROM.
Evaluation of vegetable production management practices to reduce the ecological risk of pesticides Reprint Icon -
Rice, P.J., Hapeman, C.J., Mcconnell, L.L., Sadeghi, A.M., Teasdale, J.R., Coffman, C.B., Mccarty, G.W., Abdul Baki, A.A., Starr, J.L. 2007. Evaluation of vegetable production management practices to reduce the ecological risk of pesticides. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 26(11):2455-2464.
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.
Interference by morpholine ethanesulfonic acid (MES) and related buffers in phenolic oxidation by peroxidase -
Baker, C.J., Mock, N.M., Roberts, D.P., Deahl, K.L., Hapeman, C.J., Schmidt, W.F., Kochansky, J.P. 2007. Interference by morpholine ethanesulfonic acid (MES) and related buffers in phenolic oxidation by peroxidase. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 43:1322-1327.
Reducing Insecticide and Fungicide Loads in Runoff from Plastic Mulch with Vegetative-Covered Furrows -
Rice, P.J., Harman Fetcho, J.A., Sadeghi, A.M., Mcconnell, L.L., Coffman, C.B., Teasdale, J.R., Abdul Baki, A.A., Starr, J.L., Mccarty, G.W., Herbert, R., Hapeman, C.J. 2007. Reducing Insecticide and Fungicide Loads in Runoff from Plastic Mulch with Vegetative-Covered Furrows. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 55:1377-1384.
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.
REDUCING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL AND NON-AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS: MITIGATING OFF-SITE TRANSPORT OF PESTICIDES WITH RUNOFF -
Rice, P.J., Horgan, B., Hapeman, C.J., Mcconnell, L.L., Sadeghi, A.M. 2006. Reducing the environmental impact of agricultural and non-agricultural systems: mitigating off-site transport of pesticides with runoff [abstract]. SETAC Europe 16th Annual Meeting Abstracts. p. 164.
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.
MITIGATION OF PESTICIDE TRANSPORT WITH RUNOFF FROM AGRICULTURAL AND NON-AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS USING MANAGEMENT PRACTICES -
Rice, P.J., Horgan, B., Hapeman, C.J., Mcconnell, L.L., Sadeghi, A.M. 2006. Mitigation of pesticide transport with runoff from agricultural and non-agricultural systems using management practices [abstract]. American Chemical Society. p. 61.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
ENVIRONMENTAL FATE AND ECOLOGICAL IMPACT OF COPPER HYDROXIDE. USE OF MANAGEMENT PRACTICES TO REDUCE THE TRANSPORT OF COPPER HYDROXIDE IN RUNOFF FROM VEGETABLE PRODUCTION -
Rice, P.J., Harman Fetcho, J.A., Heighton, L.P., Mcconnell, L.L., Sadeghi, A.M., Hapeman, C.J. 2006. Environmental fate and ecological impact of copper hydroxide: Use of management practices to reduce the transport of copper hydroxide in runoff from vegetable production. In Crop Protection Products for Organic Agriculture: Environmental, Health, and Efficacy Assessment, A.S. Felsot and K.S. Racke eds., ACS Symposium Series 947, American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C. pp. 230-244.
MITIGATING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF AGRICULTURE WITH ALTERNATIVE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES -
Rice, P.J., Hapeman, C.J., Sadeghi, A.M., Mcconnell, L.L., Teasdale, J.R., Harman Fetcho, J.A., Heighton Davies, L. 2004. Mitigating the environmental impact of agriculture with alternative management practices. Soil and Water Conservation Society Proceedings. Headwaters of Conservation, 24-28 July 2004, St. Paul, MN. Poster No. 17.
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.
USE OF VEGETATIVE FURROWS TO MITIGATE RUNOFF, SOIL EROSION, AND COPPER LEVELS IN RUNOFF FROM FRESH-MARKET VEGETABLE PRODUCTION WITH POLYETHYLENE MULCH -
Rice, P.J., Harman-Fetcho, J.A., Teasdale, J.R., Sadeghi, A.M., McConnell, L.L., Coffman, C.B., Herbert, R., Heighton, L., Hapeman, C.J. 2004. Use of vegetative furrows to mitigate runoff, soil erosion, and copper levels in runoff from fresh-market vegetable production with polyethylene mulch. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 23(3):719-725.
OZONE TREATMENT OF SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH ANILINE, TRIFLURALIN, AND OTHER CONTAMINANTS -
Anthony C. Pierpoint, Cathleen J. Hapeman, and Alba Torrents Ozone treatment of soil contaminated with aniline, trifluralin and other contaminants Submitted to Chemosphere Accepted by Journal: 4/27/2003 Published: 50(8):1025-1034
ENVIRONMENTAL FATE AND ECOLOGICAL IMPACT OF COPPER HYDROXIDE -
Rice, P.J., Hapeman, C.J., Harman Fetcho, J.A., Heighton Davies, L., Mcconnell, L.L., Sadeghi, A.M. 2003. Environmental fate and ecological impact of copper hydroxide. American Chemical Society Abstracts. Abstract No. 64.
EXAMINATION OF MOLECULAR INTERACTION SITES OF ACETANILIDES WITH ORGANIC MATTER SURROGATES USING NMR TECHNIQUES -
Shalini Jayasundera, Walter F. Schmidt, Cathleen J. Hapeman, and Alba Torrents Examination of molecular interaction sites of acetanilides with organic matter surrogates using nuclear magnetic resonance techniques Submitted to Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry Accepted by Journal: 3/14/03 Published: 51(13):3829 - 3835.
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.
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.
ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION OF PESTICIDES IN THE SOUTH MIAMI-DADE BASIN -
Potter, T.L., Hapeman, C.J., Mcconnell, L.L., Schaffer, B. 2002. ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION OF PESTICIDES IN THE SOUTH MIAMI-DADE BASIN [abstract]. Florida Section - Air and Waste Management Association Annual Conference 9/15-18/2002, Orange Beach, Alabama.
DEACTIVATION, DISPOSAL AND MANAGEMENT OF AMITRAZ DIP-VATS -
DECREASING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF PRODUCTION PRACTICES THAT USE PLASTIC MULCH -
EXPLANATION FOR THE ISOMERIC COMPARTMENTALIZATION OF ENDOSULFAN -
EFFECTIVENESS OF BUFFER STRIPS TO MITIGATE PESTICIDE LOSSES FORM PLASTIC MULCH -
ACROCHEMICAL AND NUTRIENT IMPACTS ON ESTUARIES AND OTHER AQUATIC SYSTEMS -
Cathleen J. Hapeman, Christopher P. Dionigi, Paul V. Zimba, Laura L. McConnell Agrochemical and nutrient impacts on estuaries and other aquatic systems. Submitted to Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry Accepted by Journal: 4/30/2002 Published: 50:4382-4384.
DEVELOPING A BETTER AGRICULTURAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICE FOR PLASTIC MULCH VEGETABLE PRODUCTION SYSTEMS -
MOLECULAR INFLUENCES ON THE ATMOSPHERIC PARTITIONING OF ENDOSULFAN ISOMERS -
MITIGATING THE EFFECTS OF VEGETABLE PRODUCTION ON SURROUNDING ECOSYSTEMS -
MEASURING AND MODELING THE TRANSPORT OF PESTICIDES AND SOIL IN RUNOFF FROM FRESH-MARKET VEGETABLE PRODUCTION -
ASSESSING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF VEGETABLE PRODUCTIONS SYSTEMS -
COMPARISON OF COPPER LEVELS IN RUNOFF FROM FRESH-MARKET VEGETABLE PRODUCTION USING POLYETHYLENE MULCH OR A VEGETATIVE MULCH -
Rice, P.J., McConnell, L.L., Heighton Davies, L., Sadeghi, A.M., Isensee, A., Teasdale, J.R., Abdul Baki, A.A., Harman-Fetcho, J.A., Hapeman, C.J. 2002. Comparison of copper levels in runoff from fresh-market vegetable production using polyethylene mulch or a vegetative mulch. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 21(1):24-30.
A LINEAR FREE ENERGY STUDY OF RING-SUBSTITUTED ANILINE OZONATION FOR DEVELOPING TREATMENT OF ANILINE-BASED PESTICIDE WASTES -
Anthony C. Pierpoint, Cathleen J. Hapeman, and Alba Torrents A linear free energy study of ring-substituted aniline ozonation for developing treatment of aniline-based pesticide wastes Submitted to Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry Accepted by Journal: 5/30/01 Published: 49(8):3827-3832.
RUNOFF LOSS OF PESTICIDES AND SOIL: A COMPARISON BETWEEN VEGETATIVE MULCH AND PLASTIC MULCH IN VEGETABLE PRODUCTION SYSTEMS -
TRACING THE SPECIFIC INTERACTION SITES AND DIFFERENT MOLECULAR ORIENTATIONS OF METOLACHLOR WHEN BINDING TO ORGANIC SORBENTS -
WHAT'S KNOWN AND WHAT'S YET TO BE KNOW WITH RESPECT TO THE SORPTION OF ORGANIC POLLUTANTS ONTO SOILS -
ASSESSING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF VEGETABLE PRODUCTION -
ASSESSING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF VEGETABLE PRODUCTION -
OFF-SITE MOVEMENT OF PESTICIDES AND SOIL IN RUNOFF FROM VEGETABLE PRODUCTION: COMPARING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF VEGETABLE PRODUCTION WITHPOLYETHYLENE MULCH AND HAIRY VETCH MULCH -
OFF-SITE MOVEMENT OF PESTICIDES AND SOIL IN RUNOFF FROM VEGETABLE PRODUCTION: COMPARING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF VEGETABLE PRODUCTION WITHPOLYETHYLENE MULCH AND HAIRY VETCH MULCH. -
OFF-SITE MOVEMENT OF PESTICIDES AND SOIL IN RUNOFF FROM VEGETABLE PRODUCTION -
AGROCHEMICAL LOSSES FROM POLYETHYLENE MULCH -
PREDICTING PESTICIDE LOSSES FROM POLYETHYLENE MULCH -
OFF-SITE MOVEMENT OF PESTICIDES AND SOIL IN RUNOFF FROM VEGETABLE PRODUCTION: COMPARING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF VEGETABLE PRODUCTION WITH POLYETHYLENE MULCH AND VEGETATIVE MULCH -
ASSESSING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF VEGETABLE PRODUCTION: SURFACE RUNOFF OF PESTICIDES AND SOIL FROM PLASTIC MULCH VERSUS VEGETATIVE MULCH -
ASSESSING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF VEGETABLE PRODUCTION SYSTEMS -
OFF-SITE MOVEMENT OF PESTICIDES AND SOIL IN RUNOFF FROM VEGETALBE PRODUCTION: COMPARING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF VEGETABLE PRODUCTION WITH POLYETHYLENE MULCH AND VEGETATIVE MULCH -
NMR RELAXATION STUDY ON ACETAMIDE PESTICIDE INTERACTIONS WITH SOIL ORGANIC MATTER SURROGATES -
NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE STUDY AND MOLECULAR MODELING OF METOLACHLOR CONFORMATIONS IN SOLUTION -
INFLUENCE OF THE CHEMICAL ENVIRONMENT ON METOLACHLOR CONFORMATIONS -
OFF-SITE MOVEMENT OF SOIL AND PESTICIDES IN RUNOFF FROM VEGETABLE PRODUCTION: COMPOSING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF POLYETHYLENE MULCH VERSUS VEGETATIVE MULCH. -
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