- ERGEnvironmental and Resource Geography
- EHSEnvironmental History of the Southwest
- EAGER: Establishing Techniques of Dendronitrogen Measurement
Principal Investigator (PI)
- Next Science Cafe Explores Tree-Ring Research
- Tree Rings Show Elevated Tungsten Coincides with Nevada Leukemia Cluster
- Air in Fallon, Nev. has Elevated Levels of Tungsten and Cobalt
- Geologists See Nature's 'Skid Marks' at Catalina Highway Milepost 3
- Testing dendrochemistry with paired air monitoring
- Dendroclimatology of a mid-elevation forest in Pakistan
- A cross-cutting approach for relating Anthropocene, environmental injustice and sacrifice zones
- Chemical signals in tree rings from Northern Patagonia as indicators of Calbuco Volcano eruptions since the 16th Century
- Riparian dendrochemistry: Detecting anthropogenic gadolinium in trees along an effluent-dominated desert river.
- Dendrochronology and isotope chronology of Juglans neotropica and its response to El Niño events in tropical highlands of Piura, northern Peru
- Challenges in the Application of dendrochemistry in research on historical environmental pollution in an old copper mining area
- Comparing tree-ring based reconstructions of snowpack variability at different scales.
- Origin of tungsten and geochemical controls on its occurrence and mobilization in shallow sediments from Fallon, Nevada, USA
- Multidecadal environmental pollution in a mega-industrial area in central Chile registered by tree rings.
- Effects of microsite characteristics on Pinus longaeva ring widths at Blanco Mountain in the White Mountains, California
- The first millennium-age Araucaria araucana in Patagonia.
- A solvent-based extraction fails to remove mobile nitrogen from western redcedar (Thuja plicata).
- Streamflow variability in the Chilean Temperate-Mediterranean climate transition (35°S-42°S) during the last four hundred years inferred from tree-ring records.
- Stable isotopic and chemical indicators of volcanic eruptions in tree rings from Parícutin, Mexico
- Field trip pedagogy for teaching sense of place in middle school.
- Tungsten toxicity
- Additional analysis of dendrochemical data of Fallon, Nevada
- Strategies for evaluating the environment-public health interaction of long-term latency disease: The quandary of the inconclusive case-control study
- Exposure to sodium tungstate and Respiratory Syncytial Virus results in hematological/immunological disease in C57BL/6J mice
- Comparison of size and geography of airborne tungsten particles in Fallon, Nevada, and sweet home, Oregon, with implications for public health
- Relationships between salmon abundance and tree-ring δ sup 15 /sup N: Three objective tests
- Quantitative assessment of a field-based course on integrative geology, ecology and cultural history
- Adverse implications of misdating in dendrochronology: Addressing the re-dating of the Messiah violin
- Dendroclimatology: Extracting climate from trees
- Prenatal exposure of mice to tungstate is associated with decreased transcriptome-expression of the putative tumor suppressor gene, DMBT1: Implications for childhood leukemia
- Multiple dendrochronological responses to the eruption of Cinder Cone, Lassen Volcanic National Park, California
- Spatial patterns of tungsten and cobalt on leaf surfaces of trees in Fallon, Nevada
- A 700-year history of groundwater recharge in the drylands of NW China
- Environmental history of the southwest as a general science education course
- Tungsten and cobalt: Sheppard et al. Respond
- Multiple dendrochronological signals indicate the eruption of Parícutin volcano, Michoacán, Mexico
- Morphological and chemical characteristics of airborne tungsten particles of Fallon, Nevada
- Spatial patterns of tungsten and cobalt in surface dust of Fallon, Nevada
- Temporal variability of tungsten and cobalt in Fallon, Nevada
- Multiple environmental monitoring techniques for assessing spatial patterns of airborne tungsten
- Using lichen chemistry to assess airborne tungsten and cobalt in Fallon, Nevada
- An advancement in removing extraneous color from wood for low-magnification reflected-light image analysis of conifer tree rings
- Elevated tungsten and cobalt in airborne particulates in Fallon, Nevada: Possible implications for the childhood leukemia cluster
- Solving the magnification irony in microscope-based reflected light image analysis of conifer tree rings
- Comment on Elevated tungsten and cobalt in airborne particulates in Fallon, Nevada: Possible implications for the childhood leukemia cluster by P.R. Sheppard, G. Ridenour, R.J. Speakman and M.L. Witten
- Reply to comment on Elevated tungsten and cobalt in airborne particulates in Fallon, Nevada: Possible implications for the childhood leukemia cluster , by Blasland, Bouck Lee, Inc.
- Dendrochronological responses to the 24 October 1992 tornado at Sunset Crater, northern Arizona
- Laser trimming tree-ring cores for dendrochemistry of metals
- The Italian Mezzogiorno
- A dendroarchaeological re-examination of the Messiah violin and other instruments attributed to Antonio Stradivari
- Annual precipitation since 515 BC reconstructed from living and fossil juniper growth of northeastern Qinghai Province, China
- Dose-dependent transcriptome changes by metal ores on a human acute lymphoblastic leukemia cell line
- Mastering the rings
- Effect of extraction pretreatment on radial variation of nitrogen concentration in tree rings
- Overcoming extraneous wood color variation during low-magnification reflected-light image analysis of conifer tree rings
- A 1 835 a tree-ring chronology and its preliminary analyses in Dulan region, Qinghai
- Reflected-light image analysis of conifer tree rings for reconstructing climate
- Tree-ring responses to the 1978 earthquake at Stephens Pass, northeastern California
- Application of tree-ring analysis to paleoseismology: two case studies
- Cross-dating cores as a nondestructive method for dating living, scarred trees
- Irregular recurrence of large earthquakes along the San Andreas fault: Evidence from trees
- A nondestructive method for dating living, fire-scarred trees in wilderness areas.