Publications

Publications

Schaider LA, Rudel RA, Ackerman JM, Dunagan SC and JG Brody. 2014. Pharmaceuticals, perfluorosurfactants, and other organic wastewater compounds in public drinking water wells in a shallow sand and gravel aquifer. Science of the Total Environment.  468-469:384-93.  (pdf)

Molina RM, Schaider LA, Donaghey TC, Shine JP and JD Brain. 2013. Mineralogy affects geoavailability, bioaccessibility and bioavailability of zinc. Environmental Pollution. 182:217-24.  (abstract)

Zota AR, Schaider LA, Ettinger AS, Wright RO, Shine JP and JD Spengler. 2011. Metal sources and exposures in the homes of young children living near a mining-impacted Superfund site. Journal of Exposure Science & Environmental Epidemiology. 21:495-505. (pdf)

Lin CG, Schaider LA, Brabander DJ and AD Woolf.  2010.  Pediatric lead exposure from imported Indian spices and cultural powders. Pediatrics. 125:e828-35. (pdf)

Zota AR, Willis R, Jim R, Norris GA, Shine JP, Duvall RM, Schaider LA and JD Spengler.  2009.  Impact of mine waste on airborne respirable particulates in Northeastern Oklahoma, United States.  Journal of Air and Waste Management.  59:1347-57.  (abstract)

Liu B, Schaider LA, Mason RP, Bank MS, Rabalais NN, Swarzenski PW, Shine JP, Hollweg T and DB Senn.  2009.  Hurricane impacts on mercury dynamics in northern Gulf of Mexico sediments.  Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences.  114:G00C07.  (pdf)

Hauri JF and LA Schaider.  2009.  Remediation of Acid Mine Drainage with Sulfate Reducing Bacteria.  Journal of Chemical Education.  86:216-8.  (link)

Schaider LA, Senn DB, Brabander DJ, McCarthy KD and JP Shine.  2007.  Characterization of zinc, lead, and cadmium in mine waste: Implications for transport, exposure, and bioavailability.  Environmental Science and Technology.  41:4164-71. (abstract)

Schaider LA, Parker DR and DL Sedlak.  2006.  Uptake of EDTA-complexed Pb, Cd and Fe by solution- and sand-cultured Brassica juncea.  Plant and Soil.  286:377-91. (abstract)

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Mine waste piles. Picher, Oklahoma.