P E Stackelberg
Affiliation: U.S. Geological Survey
- Persistence of pharmaceutical compounds and other organic wastewater contaminants in a conventional drinking-water-treatment plantPaul E Stackelberg
US Geological Survey, 810 Bear Tavern Road, West Trenton, NJ 08628, USA
Sci Total Environ 329:99-113. 2004..The results of this study also indicate that improvements in water-treatment processes may benefit from consideration of the response of OWCs and other trace organic contaminants to specific physical and chemical treatments...
- Regression models for estimating concentrations of atrazine plus deethylatrazine in shallow groundwater in agricultural areas of the United StatesPaul E Stackelberg
US Geological Survey Troy, NY, USA
J Environ Qual 41:479-94. 2012....
- Frequently co-occurring pesticides and volatile organic compounds in public supply and monitoring wells, southern New Jersey, USAP E Stackelberg
U S Geological Survey, West Trenton, New Jersey 08628, USA
Environ Toxicol Chem 20:853-65. 2001....
- Efficiency of conventional drinking-water-treatment processes in removal of pharmaceuticals and other organic compoundsPaul E Stackelberg
U S Geological Survey, 425 Jordan Road, Troy, NY 12180, USA
Sci Total Environ 377:255-72. 2007....
- Comparison of a novel passive sampler to standard water-column sampling for organic contaminants associated with wastewater effluents entering a New Jersey streamD A Alvarez
US Geological Survey, CERC, 4200 New Haven Road, Columbia, MO 65201, USA
Chemosphere 61:610-22. 2005....
- Persistence of pharmaceuticals and other organic compounds in chlorinated drinking water as a function of timeJacob Gibs
U S Geological Survey, 810 Bear Tavern Road, West Trenton, N J 08628, United States
Sci Total Environ 373:240-9. 2007..Thus, the presence of free chlorine residual is an effective means for transforming some POOCs during distribution...
- Response to comment on "persistence of pharmaceutical compounds and other organic wastewater contaminants in a conventional drinking-water-treatment plant"Paul E Stackelberg
Sci Total Environ 354:93-7. 2006