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1 Cowan, D.M., Dopart, P., Ferracini, T., Sahmel J., Merryman, K., Gaffney, S., Paustenbach, D.J. 2010. A cross-sectional analysis of reported corporate environmental sustainability practices. Reg Tox Pharmacol 58: 524–538.
2 Cyrs, W.D., D.A. Boysen, G. Casuccio, T. Lersch and T.M. Peters. 2010. Nanoparticle collection efficiency of capillary pore membrane filters. J Aerosol Sci 41(7):655-664.
3 Gaffney, S.H., A.M. Burns, M.L. Kreider, K.M. Unice, T.E. Widner, D.J. Paustenbach, L.E. Booher, R.H. Gelatt, and J.M. Panko. 2010. Occupational exposure at the ExxonMobil refinery in Beaumont, TX (1976-2007). Int J Hyg Env Health. 213(4):285-301.
4 Galbraith D., S.A. Gross, and D. Paustenbach. 2010. Benzene and human health: A historical review and appraisal of associations with various diseases. Crit Rev Toxicol. 40(S2):1-46.
5 Galbraith, D.A. and D. Weill. 2010. Authors’ response to Harber et al. (2008). Int Arch Occup Environ Health. 83(1):117.
6 Keenan, J.J., M.H. Le, D.J. Paustenbach, and S.H. Gaffney. 2010. Lead testing wipes contain measurable background levels of lead. Bull Env Contam Toxicol. 84(3):269-273.
7 Keenan, J.J., S.H. Gaffney, D.A. Galbraith, P. Beatty and D.J. Paustenbach. 2010. Gasoline: A complex mixture or a dangerous vehicle for benzene exposure? Chem-Biol Interact. 184:293–295.
8 Kreider, M.L. and E.S.Williams. 2010. Interpreting REACH guidance in the determination of the derived no effect level (DNEL). Reg Tox Pharm. Advance online publication, July 22, 2010; doi: 101.1016/j.yrtph.2010.07.005.
9 Kreider, M.L., J.M. Panko, B.L. McAtee, L.I. Sweet, and B.L. Finley. 2010. Physical and chemical characterization of tire-related particles: Comparison of particles generated using different methodologies. Sci Total Environ. 408(3):652-659.
10 Kreider, M.L., K.M. Unice, J. Panko, A. Burns, D.J. Paustenbach, L.E. Booher, R.H. Gelatt, and S. Gaffney. 2010. Benzene exposure in refinery workers: ExxonMobil Joliet, Illinois, USA (1977-2006). Tox Ind Health. 26(10):671-90.
11 Paustenbach, D.J., J.S. Knutsen, D.M. Hollins, J.E. Sahmel, A.K. Madl. 2010. Comparison of modeled and measured concentrations of airborne benzene from the use of petroleum-based solvents spiked with low levels of benzene. Chemico-Bio Inter 184:296–298.
12 Sahmel J., K. Devlin, D. Paustenbach, D. Hollins, and S. Gaffney. 2010. The role of exposure reconstruction in occupational human health risk assessment: Current methods and a recommended framework. Crit Rev Toxicol. 40(9):799-843.
13 Widner T.E., S.H. Gaffney, J.M. Panko, K.M. Unice, A.M. Burns, M. Kreider, J.R. Marshall, L.E. Booher, R.H. Gelatt, and D.J. Paustenbach. 2011. Airborne concentrations of benzene for dock workers at the ExxonMobil refinery and chemical plant, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA (1977-2005). Scand J Work Env Health. 37(2):147-158.
14 Widner, T.E. and S.M. Flack. 2010. Characterization of the world’s first nuclear explosion, the Trinity Test, as a source of public radiation exposure. Health Phys. 98(3):480-497.

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