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Chromium in San Francisco Bay: inorganic speciation, distribution, and geochemical processes, University of California: Santa Cruz.1994.
Technical Report of the Sources, Pathways, and Loadings Workgroup. SFEI Contribution No. 266. San Francisco Estuary Institute: Richmond, CA.2001.
Spatial and Temporal Variability in the Aquatic Cycling of Chromium. SFEI Contribution No. 220. University of California: Santa Cruz, CA.1998.
Recommendations for Improvement of RMP Sediment Monitoring. San Francisco Estuary Institute: Richmond, CA.1999.
Journal Article (Peer-Reviewed)
Temporally variable freshwater sources of dissolved chromium to the San Francisco Bay estuary. Environmental Science and Technology 31, 3455-3460 . SFEI Contribution No. 197.1997.
Particulate sources and sinks of dissolved chromium in the San Francisco Bay estuary. Environmental Science and Technology . SFEI Contribution No. 25.1997.
Mercury Contamination from Historic Mining in Water and Sediment, Guadalupe River and San Francisco Bay, CA. Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis . SFEI Contribution No. 298.2003.
Indirect reduction of hexavalent chromium by copper in the presence of superoxide. Marine Chemistry 69, 33-41 . SFEI Contribution No. 335.2000.
Effective Application of Monitoring Information: The Case of San Francisco Bay. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 81, 15-25 . SFEI Contribution No. 291.2003.
Chromium speciation in San Francisco Bay: Superposition of geochemical processes causes complex spatial distribution of inorganic species. Marine Chemistry 49, 189-200 . SFEI Contribution No. 183.1995.