Reports and Proceedings

 
 
1. Zhang, J., He, K., M. Gertz. 2008. A linked environment of coordinated multiple views for exploratory analysis of large-scale biogeographical data. Proceedings of 2008 Environmental Information Management Conference. Sept. 10-11, Albuquerque, NM.
 
 
 
2. Sajwan, K.S., Senthilkumar, K., Roots, O., Kõlli, R. Mowery, H. and Loganathan, B.G. 2008. Persistent organochlorines and brominated diphenyl ethers in soils collected from rural and urban Estonia. Organohalogen Compounds 70:2474-2477.
 
 
 
3. Hawes, J., Zelesnikar, N., He, K. 2008. Horticulture, a key source of introducing exotic species into native communities. Proceedings of the 12th Symposium on the Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys - Habitat Fragmentation: Ecological Implications for Management. March 30, Brandon Spring, TN.
 
 
 
4. Sajwan, K.S., Kumar, K.S., Weber-Goeke, M.A., Weber-Snapp, S., Gibson, C., Compton, S.S. and Loganathan, B.G. 2007. Elevated Arolcor 1268 congeners and residues of polybrominated diphenyl ethers in sediment from a superfund site at Brunswick, Georgia, USA. Organohalogen Compounds 69, 1368-1371.
 
 
 
5. Sajwan, K.S., Kumar, K.S., Richarson, J. and Loganathan, B.G. 2007. Organochlorine compounds and alkylphenols in sediment and oyster samples collected from marsh/estuarine ecosystem in Savannah, Georgia, USA. Organohalogen Compounds 69, 1337-1340.
 
 
 
6. Horii, Y., Reiner, J.L., Loganathan, B.G., Kumar, K.S., Sajwan, K.S. and Kannan, K. 2007. Mass balance assessment of polycyclic musks in wastewater treatment plants in Kentucky and Georgia. Organohalogen Compounds 69, 2918-2921.
 
 
 
7. Mowery, H. and Loganathan, B.G. 2007. Persistent organic compounds in wastewater: Azithromycin and urobilin concentrations in wastewater treatment plant samples from Murray, Kentucky, USA. Organohalogen Compounds 69, 2961-2964.
 
 
 
8. Loganathan, B.G., Nune, S., Sickel, J., Sakatoku, A., Tanaka, D. and Nakamura, S. 2007. Persistent organic pollutant concentrations and stress protein levels in freshwater mussels from Kentucky Lake, USA. Organohalogen Compounds 69, 1384-1387.
 
 
 
9. Kumar, K.S., Sajwan, K.S., Weber-Goeke, M.A., Weber-Snapp, S., Kelley, S., Compton, S.S. and Loganathan, B.G. 2007. Organochlorine pesticides, PCBs, and PBDEs in selected plant species from a superfund site at Brunswick, Georgia, USA. Organohalogen Compounds 69, 1341-1345.
 
 
 
10. Kumar, K.S., Sajwan, K.S., Richardson, J. and Loganathan, B.G. 2007. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in sediment and American oyster from marsh and estuarine ecosystem in Savannah, Georgia, USA. Organohalogen Compounds 69, 2346-2350.
 
 
 
11. Hendricks, S. P. and T. O. Johnson. 2005. Project Report: Specimen incorporation, database and website development for the Murray State University Herbarium. Kentucky Academy of Science.
 
 
 
12. Brown, B. 2005. A study of chlorophenol concentrations in Kentucky Lake. Chrysalis: The MSU Journal of Undergraduate Research.1:5-10.
 
 
 
13. Brown, B., B. G. Loganathan, and D. A. Owen. 2004. Chlorophenol concentrations in sediment and mussel tussues from selected locations in Kentucky Lake. Chrysalis 1:5.
 
 
 
14. Loganathan, B. G., B. Brown, D. A. Owen, and K. S. Sajwan. 2004. Chlorophenol and alkylphenol concentrations is sediment an mussel tissues from selected locations in Kentucky Lake, USA. Organohalogen Compounds 66:2433.
 
 
 
15. Kipphut, G. W., V. L. Leasure, B. I. Naugle, and T. C. Kind. 2004. An evaluation of the Turkey Bay Off Highway Vehicle Area, Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area. Final Report to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Land Between the Lakes NRA. 31 pp.
 
 
 
16. Loganathan, B. G., Brown, B., Owen, D. A. and Sajwan, K. S. 2004. Chlorophenol and alkylphenol concentrations in sediment and mussel tissues from selected locations in Kentucky Lake, USA. Organohalogen compounds 66, 2433-2439. Paper presented at International Conference on Halogenated Environmental Pollutants (Dioxin 2004), Berlin, Germany.
 
 
 
17. Loganathan, B. G., Botts, J., McKenna, B and Spadone, J. 2003. Comparison of passive in situ chemical extraction sampling (PISCES) and whole water sampling methods for PCB trackdown studies. Organohalogen Compounds 60:69-71.
 
 
 
18. Loganathan, B. G., N. Yamashita, K. Seaford, N. Hanari, and K. S. Sajwan. 2002. Polychlorinated naphthalenes in pine needles: and atmospheric evaluation of selected locations in the southeastern United States. Organohalogen Compounds 58:133.
 
 
 
19. White, D., S. Entrikin, T. Timmons, and S. Hendricks. 2002. Biological monitoring program expansion in the lower Cumberland and Tennessee River Basins. Ky. Div. Water.
 
 
 
20. White, D., S. Entrikin, T. Timmons, and S. Hendricks. 2002. Biological baseline conditions in the Little River watershed. Ky. Div. Water.
 
 
 
21. Benson, J., and L. Leasure, 2002. Copperbelly Water Snake Habitat Change Assessment: 1997-2001. Final Report. Mid-America Remote sensing Center, Murray State University.
 
 
 
22. Loganathan, B. G., Kumar, S., Iseki, N. and Masunaga, N. 2001. Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dixin/furan and dioxin –like PCB concentrations in sediments and mussel tissues from Kentucky Lake, USA. Organohalogen Compounds 51 ;158-161.
 
 
 
23. Loganathan, B. G., Owen, D.A., Sickel, J., and S. White. 2001. Status of organochlorine pollutants in terrestrial and aquatic environments of westernmost Kentucky: Biological Indicators. Paper presented at 9th Symposium on the Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys, Brandon Springs Group Camp, Land Between Lakes. March 9-10, 2001. Proceedings of the Symposium, pp 134.
 
 
 
24. White, D. S., K. Johnston, and G. Rice. 2001. Expansion of fecal coliform assessments in the lower Cumberland/Tennessee/Mississippi River watersheds. Ky. Div. Water.
 
 
 
25. Loganathan, B. G., Kawano, M., Sajwan, K. S. and Owen, D. A. 2000. Extractable organohalogens (EOX) in sediment and mussel tissues from the Kentucky Lake and Kentucky Dam Tailwater, USA. Organohalogen Compounds 46:530-533.
 
 
 
26. Whalen, M. M., Loganathan, B. G. and Yamashita, N. 2000. Effect of in vitro exposure to selected endocrine disrupting chemicals on human natural killer (NK) cell function. Organohalogen Compounds 49:259-261.
 
 
 
27. Spencer, W. 2000. Water Source for Perennial Springs in the Mississippi Embayment of Kentucky. Final Report to the Sponsor: Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission.
 
 
 
28. Loganathan, B. G., Kawano, M., Sajwan, K.S. and Owen, D.A. 2000. Extractable organohalogens (EOX) in sediment and mussel tissues from the Kentucky Lake and Kentucky Dam Tailwater, USA. Organohalogen Compounds 46:530-533.
 
 
 
29. Bethel, M., H. Cetin, and W. Spencer. Use of vegetative stress to indicate elevated levels of toxic metals in soil as determined by spectral reflectance measurements. Second International Conference, Geospatial Information in Agriculture and Forestry. 10-12 January 2000. Volume II: 436-443.
 
 
 
30. Whalen, M. M., Loganathan, B. G. and Yamashita, N. Effect of in vitro exposure to selected endocrine disrupting chemicals on human natural killer (NK) cell function. Organohalogen Compounds 49, 259-261. 2000.
 
 
 
31. MARC Associates. 1999. The Kentucky Lake Geographic Information System Revised (KLGIS), Mid-America Remote Sensing Center. 57 pp.
 
 
 
32. Loganathan, B. G. and M. M Whalen. 1999. Suppression of human natural killer (NK) cell function by butyltin compounds: and in vitro assessment. Division of Environmental Chemistry Extended Abstracts, 157-159.
 
 
 
33. Loganathan, B. G., K. Kannan, K. Senthikumar, J. Sickel, and D. A. Owen. 1999. Butyltin concentrations in sediment and mussel tissues from the lowermost Tennessee River and Kentucky Lake. Environmental Chemistry Extended Abstracts, 78-81.
 
 
 
34. Hamilton, S. W., D. S. White, and E. W. Chester (eds.). 1999. Proceedings of the eighth symposium on the natural history of lower Tennessee and Cumberland River valleys, Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 254 pp.
 
 
 
35. Stanford, J, McKee, A. et al. (White, D). 1999. Field Station 2000 Initiative: Rationale and action plan for networking the Organization of Biological Field Stations (OBFS) to empower demonstration of national environmental conditions and trends. The National Center for Ecosystem Analysis and Synthesis. 27. Pp.
 
 
 
36. Weber, N. V. 1998. Contributor to: R. Ulack. Atlas of Kentucky. University of Kentucky Press, 316 pp.
 
 
 
37. White, D., et al. 1998. A comparison of hyporheic zones in forested vs agricultural basins. Second Symposium on Water and Watersheds, EPA, Corvalis, OR. Pp. 89-94.
 
 
 
38. Loganathan, B. G., J. R. Neale, J. Sickel, K. S. Sajwan, and D. A. Owen. 1998. Persistent organochlorine concentrations in sediment and mussel tissues from the lowermost Tennessee river and Kentucky Lake, USA. Organohalogen Compounds 39:121-123.
 
 
 
39. Whalen, M. M., B. G. Loganathan, T. Warren, and D. Owen. 1998. Effect of in vitro exposure to individual and mixtures of PCBs and tributyltin on human natural (NK) cell function. Organohalogen Compounds 39:139-142.
 
 
 
40. Loganathan, B. G., J. Baust, J. Neale, S. White, and D A. Owen. 1998. Chlorinated hydrocarbons in pine needles: an atmospheric evaluation of westernmost Kentucky, USA. Organohalogen Compounds 39:303-306.
 
 
 
41. Loganathan, B. G., J. R. Neale, K. S. Sajawan, L. Francendese, and D. A. Owen. 1998. Distribution of Polychlorinated biphenyl congeners in pine needles collected in and around a superfund site contaminated with Aroclor 1268. Organohalogen Compounds 39:307-310.
 
 
 
42. Loganathan, B. G., J. D. Corser, K. S. Sajwan, and D. A. Owen. 1998. PCB congeners and chlorinated pesticides in pine needles collected in peregrine falcon breeding territories in northern New England, USA. Organohalogen Compounds 39:311-314.
 
 
 
43. Hamilton, S. W., D. S. White, E. W. Chester and A. F. Scott (eds.). 1997. Proceedings of the seventh symposium on the natural history of lower Tennessee and Cumberland River valleys, Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 280 pp.
 
 
 
44. Brinkley, K., J. Sickel, L. Duobinis-Gray, and J. Herod. 1997. Histological analysis of gonad development in zebra mussels (Bivalvia: Dreissenidae) from the Tennessee and Ohio Rivers. Proceedings of the seventh symposium on the natural history of lower Tennessee and Cumberland River valleys, Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 7:67-73.
 
 
 
45. Herod, J. J., D. P. Reed, and J. B. Sickel. 1997. Distribution and populations characteristics of zebra mussels, Dreissena polymorpha, (Bivalvia, Dreissenidae) in Kentucky Lake, Kentucky. Proceedings of the seventh symposium on the natural history of lower Tennessee and Cumberland River valleys, Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 7:74-84.
 
 
 
46. Reed, D. P., J. J. Herod, and J. B. Sickel. 1997. A comparison of larval development in the zebra mussel, Dreissena polymorpha, (Bivalvia: Dreissenidae) up to the free-swimming trochophore stage in Tennessee and Ohio River water. Proceedings of the seventh symposium on the natural history of lower Tennessee and Cumberland River valleys, Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 7:85-98.
 
 
 
47. Halda-Alija, L. 1997. Diversity and distribution of denitrifying bacteria in soil and subsurface sediments under grassland and cultivated soil. Proceedings of the seventh symposium on the natural history of lower Tennessee and Cumberland River valleys, Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 7:121-132.
 
 
 
48. Rundle, J. G., and W. E. Spencer. 1997. Status, problems and future projections for the Obion Creek floodplain, Hickman County, Kentucky. Proceedings of the seventh symposium on the natural history of lower Tennessee and Cumberland River valleys, Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 7:133-152.
 
 
 
49. Sickel, J. B., J. J. Herod, and H. N. Blalock. 1997. Potential for the Kentucky Dam tailwater of the Tennessee River to serve as a mussel refuge from invading zebra mussels. pp. 214-219. In: K. S. Cumings, A. C. Buchanan, C. A. Mayer, and t. J. Naimo (eds.). conservation and management of freshwater mussels II: initiatives for the future. Proceedings of the UMRCC Symposium.
 
 
 
50. White, D. 1996. New researcher facilities at the Hancock Biological Station. Final report, National Science Foundation, Washington, D. C. 23 pp.
 
 
 
51. Sickel, J. B., J. J. Herod, and H. N. 1996. Blalock. Biological assessment of the commercial mussel resources in Kentucky and Barkley Lakes, Kentucky. Final report, Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, Frankfort, KY. 82 pp.
 
 
 
52. White, D. et al. 1996. A comparison of hyporheic zones in forested and agricultural ecosystems. Annual Report to the Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. 27 pp.
 
 
 
53. Hamilton, S. W., D. S. White, E. W. Chester and A. F. Scott (eds.). 1995. Proceedings of the sixth symposium on the natural history of lower Tennessee and Cumberland River valleys, Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 311 pp.
 
 
 
54. Kobraei, H. R., B. R. Anderson and M. Child. 1995. The primary production of Kentucky Lake. pp. 105-118. In: Hamilton, S. W., D. S. White, E. W. Chester and A. F. Scott. Proceedings of the sixth symposium on the natural history of lower Tennessee and Cumberland River valleys, Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 311 pp.
 
 
 
55. Owen, D. 1995. Evaluation by Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry of Dursban Chlorpyrifos Organothiophosphate Insecticide in the Sediments, Benthic Water, and Fathead Minnows of Blood River Embayment, Kentucky Reservoir, When it is Used as a Mosquito Control Agent. 62 pp.
 
 
 
56. White, D. 1995. The Biodiversity of Kentucky - Physical Factors. Chapter in the Report to the Governor, W. Martin (ed.). Frankfort, KY. 12 pp.
 
 
 
57. White, D., K. Johnston, G. Rice. 1994. Chemical and physical conditions in Kentucky Lake embayments. Final Report. Kentucky Division of Water. Frankfort, KY. 33 pp.
 
 
 
58. Owen, D. A. 1994. Evaluation by gas chromatography/mass spectrometry of Dursban/Chlorpyrifos organothiophosphate insecticide in the sediments, benthic water, and fathead minnows of Blood River Embayment, Kentucky Reservoir, when it is used as a mosquito control agent. TVA, Muscle Shoals, Alabama. 62 pp.
 
 
 
59. Proceedings of the fifth symposium on the natural history of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys, 1993. Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 202 pp.
 
 
 
60. Heyn, M. W. and James B. Sickel. 1990. Guide to the chironomid larvae (Diptera: Chironomidae) of Anderson embayment, Kentucky Lake, Kentucky. Hancock Biological Station. 127 pp.
 
 
 
61. MARC Associates. 1990. The Kentucky Lake Geographic Information System (KLGIS), Mid-America Remote Sensing Center. 57 pp.
 
 
 
62. King, J. M. and G. L. Jarrett. 1989. Water quality conditions in Lake Barkley. Nashville District, US Army Corps of Engineers. Final Report. 165 pp.
 

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