Steven John Eisenreich
Steven John Eisenreich
Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB)
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Source apportionment and source/sink relationships of PAHs in the coastal atmosphere of Chicago and Lake Michigan
MF Simcik, SJ Eisenreich, PJ Lioy
Atmospheric Environment 33 (30), 5071-5079, 1999
Airborne organic contaminants in the Great Lakes ecosystem
SJ Eisenreich, BB Looney, JD Thornton
Environmental Science & Technology 15 (1), 30-38, 1981
Characterization of the dust/smoke aerosol that settled east of the World Trade Center (WTC) in lower Manhattan after the collapse of the WTC 11 September 2001.
PJ Lioy, CP Weisel, JR Millette, S Eisenreich, D Vallero, J Offenberg, ...
Environmental health perspectives 110 (7), 703-714, 2002
A simplified phosphorus analysis technique
SJ Eisenreich, RT Bannerman, DE Armstrong
Environmental letters 9 (1), 43-53, 1975
Adsorption onto aerosol soot carbon dominates gas-particle partitioning of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
J Dachs, SJ Eisenreich
Environmental Science & Technology 34 (17), 3690-3697, 2000
Concentrations and fluxes of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and polychlorinated biphenyls across the air-water interface of Lake Superior
JE Baker, SJ Eisenreich
Environmental Science & Technology 24 (3), 342-352, 1990
Oceanic biogeochemical controls on global dynamics of persistent organic pollutants
J Dachs, R Lohmann, WA Ockenden, L Méjanelle, SJ Eisenreich, ...
Environmental science & technology 36 (20), 4229-4237, 2002
Gas-particle partitioning of PCBs and PAHs in the Chicago urban and adjacent coastal atmosphere: states of equilibrium
MF Simcik, TP Franz, H Zhang, SJ Eisenreich
Environmental science & technology 32 (2), 251-257, 1998
Characterization of atmospheric trace elements on PM2. 5 particulate matter over the New York–New Jersey harbor estuary
Y Gao, ED Nelson, MP Field, Q Ding, H Li, RM Sherrell, CL Gigliotti, ...
Atmospheric Environment 36 (6), 1077-1086, 2002
Sorption of nonionic, hydrophobic organic chemicals to mineral surfaces
BT Mader, K Uwe-Goss, SJ Eisenreich
Environmental Science & Technology 31 (4), 1079-1086, 1997
Sediment trap fluxes and benthic recycling of organic carbon, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, and polychlorobiphenyl congeners in Lake Superior
JE Baker, SJ Eisenreich, BJ Eadie
Environmental Science & Technology 25 (3), 500-509, 1991
Influence of colloids on sediment-water partition coefficients of polychlorobiphenyl congeners in natural waters
JE Baker, PD Capel, SJ Eisenreich
Environmental science & technology 20 (11), 1136-1143, 1986
Accumulation and diagenesis of chlorinated hydrocarbons in lacustrine sediments
SJ Eisenreich, PD Capel, JA Robbins, R Bourbonniere
Environmental Science & Technology 23 (9), 1116-1126, 1989
PCBs in Lake Superior, 1978-1992: decreases in water concentrations reflect loss by volatilization
JD Jeremiason, KC Hornbuckle, SJ Eisenreich
Environmental science & technology 28 (5), 903-914, 1994
Snow scavenging of polychlorinated biphenyls and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in Minnesota
TP Franz, SJ Eisenreich
Environmental science & technology 32 (12), 1771-1778, 1998
Urban contamination of the Chicago/coastal Lake Michigan atmosphere by PCBs and PAHs during AEOLOS
MF Simcik, H Zhang, SJ Eisenreich, TP Franz
Environmental science & technology 31 (7), 2141-2147, 1997
Volatilization of polychlorinated biphenyls from Green Bay, Lake Michigan
DR Achman, KC Hornbuckle, SJ Eisenreich
Environmental science & technology 27 (1), 75-87, 1993
Seasonal variations in air-water exchange of polychlorinated biphenyls in Lake Superior
KC Hornbuckle, JD Jeremiason, CW Sweet, SJ Eisenreich
Environmental science & technology 28 (8), 1491-1501, 1994
LC–MS–MS analysis and occurrence of octyl-and nonylphenol, their ethoxylates and their carboxylates in Belgian and Italian textile industry, waste water treatment plant …
R Loos, G Hanke, G Umlauf, SJ Eisenreich
Chemosphere 66 (4), 690-699, 2007
Chemistry of bog waters
E Gorham, SJ Eisenreich, J Ford, MV Santelmann
Chemical processes in lakes, 339-362, 1985
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