James Shine

James Shine

Senior Lecturer on Aquatic Chemistry
James Shine

Research Interests

Transport, fate, and effects of contaminants in aquatic ecosystems

Related Publications

Measured and modeled personal exposures to and risks from volatile organic compounds. (2007)

The challenge posed to children's health by mixtures of toxic waste: the Tar Creek superfund site as a case-study. (2007)

The importance of black carbon in equilibrium partitioning models of PAHs in contaminated marine sediments. (2004)

Receiver operating characteristic curve analysis of beach water quality indicator variables. (2003)

Interactions between Metals and Microbial Communities in New Bedford Harbor, Massachusetts. (1998)


Center for Children's Environmental Health and Disease Prevention Research

Contact Information

Landmark Center 404-H West

Research Areas

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