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JOHN P. GIESY, JR., FRSC
January 20, 2012
Professor Giesy has published 788 peer reviewed works: 79 book chapters, 634 peer-reviewed open literature journal articles, 5 feature articles, 3 theses, 7 books written, 10 books edited, 1 textbook chapter, 4 published reviews, 25 published reports, and 20 special reports. Prof. Giesy is a highly cited author and is among the top 0.001% of active authors in the world (ISI) and the 2nd most cited author in the world in the combined fields of Ecology and Environmental Sciences (during the last period the ranking was published: 1999-2009) with an h index of 64 on over 15,500 citations of the documents considered in the bibliometric analysis.
THESES AND DISSERTATIONS:
(T 1) Giesy, J. P. 1970. The Effects of the Alma St. Louis, Michigan Metropolitan Area on the Benthic Organisms of the Pine River. B.S. Thesis, Alma College. 35 p.
(T 2) Giesy, J. P. 1971. Estimation of Bottom Area in an Artificial Stream, Using Phosphorus 32. M.S. Thesis, Michigan State University. 71 p.
(T 3) Giesy, J. P. 1974. The Effects of Humic Acids on the Growth of an Uptake of Iron and Phosphorus by Scenedesmus obliquus. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University.
(B-1) Delzell, E., J. Doull, J. P. Giesy, D. Mackay, I. C. Monro and G. M. Williams. 1994. Interpretive Review of the Potential Adverse Effects of Chlorinated Organic Chemicals on Human Health and the Environment. Regulatory Toxicology & Pharmacology. Special Supplement to Vol. 20 No. 1 Part 2 of 2 parts. Academic Press, Inc. New York, 1056 p.
(B-2) Knobil, E., H. A. Bern, J. Burger, D. M. Fry, J. P. Giesy, J. Gorski, C. J. Grossman, L. J. Guillette, B. S. Hulka, J. C. Lamb, J. A. McLachlan, L. A. Real, S. H. Safe, A. M. Soto, J. J. Stegeman, S. H. Swan, F. S. von Saal. 1999. Hormonally Active Agents in the Environment.. Committee on Hormonally Active Agents in the Environment, Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology, Commission on Life Sciences, National Research Council, National Academy Press, Washington, DC. 430 p.
(B-3) Giesy, J. P., K. R. Solomon, J. R. Coats, K. R. Dixon, J. M. Giddings and E. K. Kenega. 1999. Ecological Risk Assessment of Chlorpyrifos in North American Aquatic Environments. Springer-Verlag, Heidleberg, Germany, 129 p.
(B-4) Henderson, R., M. W. Bell, J. F. Borzelleca, E. H. Clark, II, E. A. C. Crouch, J. P. Giesy, P. B. Ryan, J. N. Seiber and C. C. Travis. 1999. Risk-Based Waste Classification in California. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C. 219 p.
(B-5) Farrington, J. F., R. C. Loehr, E. L. Anderson, W. F. Bohlen, Y. Cohen, K. J. Farley, J. P. Giesy, D. S. Henshel, S. U. Lester, K. J. Liegel, P. L. McCarty, J. L. O’Donoghue, J. J. Opaluch and D. D. Reible. 2001. Risk Reduction Strategy for PCB-Contaminated Sediments. National Academy Press, Washington, DC. 432p.
(B-6) Anon. 2002. Global Assessment of the State-of-the-Science of Endocrine Disruptors: An Assessment Prepared by an Expert Group on Behalf of the World Health Organization, the International Labor Organization and the United Nations Environment Program. World Health Organization, Geneva. WHO/PCS/EDC/02.2. 180pp.
(B-7) Luthy, R. G., R. M. Allen-King, S. L. Brown, D. A. Dzombak, S. E. Fendorf, J. P. Giesy, J. B. Hughes, S. N. Luoma, L. A. Malone, C. A. Menzie,S. M. Roberts, M. V. Ruby, T. W. Schultz and B. F. Smeets. 2003. Bioavailability of Contaminants in Soils and Sediments: Processes, Tools and Applications. National Academy Press, Washington, DC. 420p.
(BE 1) Giesy, J. P. (Ed.). 1980. Microcosms in Ecological Research. Department of Energy Symposium Series #52 CONF 781101, National Technical Information Center, Springfield, VA, 1112 p.
(BE 2) Baudo, R., J. Giesy and H. Muntau (Eds.). 1990. Sediments: The Chemistry and Toxicology of In Place Pollutants. Lewis Publishers. Chelsea, Mich. 405 p.
(BE-3) Hart, B. T., P. Sly, R. Beckett, W. Calmano, J. P. Coakley, B. J. Eadie, J. P. Giesy,, M. Jansson, L. Kamp-Nielsen, G. Morrison S. S. Rao, D. Walling and B. Boström (Eds.). 1992. Sediment/Water Interactions: V-Developments in Hydrology. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. 743 p.
(BE-4) Christensen, E., D. Edgington and J. P. Giesy (Eds.). 1994. Contaminated Aquatic Sediments: Proceedings of the First International Specialized Conference on Contaminated Aquatic Sediments: Historical Records, Environmental Impact, and Remediation. Pergamon Press, Oxford, UK, 389 p.
(BE-5) Carey, J., P. Cook, J. Giesy, P. Hodson, D. Muir, W. Owens and K. Solomon (Eds.). 1998. Ecological Risk Assessment of The Chlorinated Organic Chemicals. SETAC Press, Pensacola, FL. 375 p.
(BE-6) Kendall, R. J., R. L. Dickerson, J. P. Giesy, and W. A. Suk (Eds.). 1998. Principles and Processes for Evaluating Endocrine Disruptors in Wildlife. SETAC Press, Pensacola, FL, 491 p.
(BE-7) Wu, R., B. Richardson, D. Connell, J. P. Giesy, M. Moore, D. Randall and S. Tanabe. 2002. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Marine Pollution and Ecotoxicology, 10-14 June, 2001, Hong Kong, China. Pergamon Press, Oxford, Unkited Kingdom. 402 P.
(BE-8) Wu, R., B. Richardson, D. Connell, J. P. Giesy, M. Moore, D. Randall and S. Tanabe. 2005. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Marine Pollution and Ecotoxicology, June, 2004, Hong Kong, China. Pergamon Press, Oxford, Unkited Kingdom. 402 P.
(BE-9) Li, A., S. Tanabe, G Jiang, J. P. Giesy and P. Lam 2007. Persistent Organic Pollutants in Asia – Sources, Distributions, Transport, and Fate. Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 825 p.
(BE-10) Wu, R., B. Richardson, P. Lam, D. Connell, D. Schlenk, S. Tanabe, J. P. Giesy and H. Hong. 2008. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Marine Pollution and Ecotoxicology, June, 2007, Hong Kong, China. Pergamon Press, Oxford, Unkited Kingdom. 897 p.
(TB-1) Graney, R. L., J. P. Giesy and J. R. Clark. 1995. Field Studies. In: Fundamentals of Aquatic Toxicology: Effects, Environmental Fate and Risk Assessment (2nd edition). G. M. Rand (Editor), pp. 257-305, Taylor & Francis, Bristol, PA.
(BC 1) Hypothetical Framework. 1977. Pp 1-34. In J. W. Gillett and J. M. Witt (Eds.). Terrestrial Microcosms: the proceedings of the workshop on terrestrial microcosms. NSF/RA 790034.
(BC 2) Giesy, J. P., D. 237. Paine and L. Hersloff. 1977. Effect of naturally occurring organics on 237Pu uptake by algae and bacteria. pp. 531 543. In White, M. G. and P. B. Dunaway (Eds.). Dynamics of transuranics in terrestrial and aquatic environments. Nevada Applied Ecology Group Symposium: National Technical Information Center, Springfield, VA.
(BC 3) Skinner, S. P., J. B. Gentry and J. P. Giesy. 1978. Cadmium dynamics in terrestrial food webs of a coal fly ash basin. pp. 658 672. In D. C. Adriano and I. L. Brisbin, Jr. (Eds). Environmental Chemistry and Cycling Processes. ERDA Symposium Series. (CONF 760429).
(BC 4) Evans, D. W. and J. P. Giesy. 1979. Trace Metal Concentrations in a Stream-Swamp System Receiving Coal Ash Effluent. pp. 782 790. In M. K. Wali (Ed.). Ecology and Coal Resource Development. Pergamon Press, New York.
(BC 5) Giesy, J. P., N. H. Cutshall, L. L. King, R. E. Akutani and A. L. Reeves. 1979. Barium. pp. 19 26. In R. V. Thurston, R. C. Russo, C. M. Fetterolf, Jr., T. A. Edsall and Y. M. Barber, Jr. (Eds.). A Review of the EPA Red Book: Quality Criteria for Water. Water Quality Section, American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
(BC 6) Giesy, J. P. 1980. Cadmium interactions with naturally occurring organic ligands. pp. 237 256. In J. O. Nriagu (Ed.). Cadmium in the Environment, Part I. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York.
(BC 7) Giesy, J. P. and E. P. Odum. 1980. Microcosmology: The theoretical basis. pp. 1 13 In J. P. Giesy (Ed.). Microcosms in Ecological Research. DOE CONF 781101. Department of Energy Technical Information Center, Oak Ridge, TN.
(BC 8) Giesy, J. P. and R. A. Geiger. 1980. LargeScale Microcosms for Assessing Fates and Effects of Trace Contaminants. pp. 304 318. In J. P. Giesy (Ed.). Microcosms in Ecological Research. DOE CONF 781101. Department of Energy Technical Information Center, Oak Ridge, TN.
(BC 9) Bowling, J. W., J. P. Giesy, H. J. Kania and R. L. Knight. 1980. The realities of using large scale microcosms in assessing the fates and effects of potentially hazardous trace contaminants. pp. 224 247. In J. P. Giesy (Ed.). Microcosms in Ecological Research. DOE CONF 781101 Department of Energy Technical Information Center, Oak Ridge, TN.
(BC 10) Landrum, P. F. and J. P. Giesy. 1981. Anomalous breakthrough of benzo(a)pyrene during concentration with Amberlite XAD 4 resin from aqueous solutions. pp 345 355 (Chapter 22). In L. H. Keith (Ed.). Advances in the Identification and Analysis of Organic Pollutants in Water. Ann Arbor Science, New York.
(BC 11) Leversee, G. J., J. P. Giesy, P. F. Landrum, S. Gerould, M. Bruno A. Spacie, S. Bartell, J. Bowling, J. Haddock and T. Fannin. 1981. Disposition of benzo(a)pyrene in aquatic systems components: periphyton, chironomids, fish. pp. 357 366. In Proceedings 5th International Symposium on Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons. Battell Columbus Laboratories, Columbus Ohio.
(BC 12) Bartell, S. M., P. F. Landrum, J. P. Giesy and G. J. Leversee. 1981. Simulated transport of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in artificial streams. pp. 133 142. In W. J. Mitsch, R. W. Bosserman and J. M. Klopatek (Eds.). Energy and Ecological Modeling, Elsevier, New York.
(BC 13) Bartell, S. M., P. F. Landrum, J. P. Giesy and G. J. Leversee. 1981. Simulated transport of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in artificial streams. pp. 1 31. In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Energy and Ecological Modeling, Louisville, Kentucky, April 20 23, 1981,
(BC 14) Giesy, J. P., A. Newell and G. J. Leversee. 1983. Copper speciation in soft organic acid waters: effects on accumulation by and toxicity to Simocephalus serrulatus (Daphnidae). In E. A. Jenne and R. Wildung, (Eds.). Biological Availability of Trace Metals. Special Issue of Science of the Total Environment 28:23 36 Elsevier, Amsterdam.
(BC 15) Giesy, J. P. 1983. Biological control of trace metal equilibria in surface waters. pp. 195 – 210. In G. G. Leppard (Ed.). Trace Element Speciation in Surface Waters and its Ecological Implications. North Atlantic Treaty Organization Science Office, Plenum Press, New York, NY.
(BC 16) Alberts, J. J. and J. P. Giesy. 1983. Conditional stability constants of trace metals and naturally occurring humic materials: their application in equilibrium models and verification with field data. pp. 333 348. In R. F. Christman and E. Gjessing (Eds.). Terrestrial and Aquatic Humic Materials. Ann Arbor, Science, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
(BC 17) Giesy, J. P. and J. J. Alberts. 1984. Trace Metal speciation: The Interaction of metals with organic constituents of surface waters. pp. 1 to 11 31. In B. J. Ward (Ed.). Effects of Trace Elements on Aquatic Ecosystems. Electric Power Research Institute. Palo Alto, CA,
(BC 18) Giesy, J. P. 1985. Multispecies Tests: Research Needs to assess the Effects of Chemicals on Aquatic Life. pp 67-77. In R,C. Bahner and D.J. Hansen (Eds.). Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment. American Society for Testing and Materials, Philladelphia, PA. ASTM STP 981.
(BC 19) Giesy, J. P. and P. M. Allred. 1985. Replicability of aquatic multispecies test systems. pp. 187 247. In J. Cairns, (Ed.). Multispecies Toxicity Testing. Pergamon Press, New York.
(BC 20) Oris, J. T., J. P. Giesy, P. M. Allred, D. W. Grant and P. F. Landrum. 1984. Photoinduced toxicity of anthracene in aquatic organisms: An environmental perspective. pp. 639 658. In T. N. Veziroglu (Ed.). The Biosphere: Problems and Solutions. Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam.
(BC 21) Giesy, J. P. 1985. Multispecies Tests: Research needs to assess the effects of chemicals on aquatic life. pp. 67 82. In R. C. Bahner and D. J. Hansen (Eds.). Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment, 8th Volume ASTM, STP 891. American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, PA.
(BC 22) Landrum, P. F., J. P. Giesy, J. T. Oris and P. M. Allred. 1986. The photo induced toxicity of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons to aquatic organisms. pp. 304 318. In J. H. Vandermeulen and S. Hrudey (Eds.). Oil in Freshwater Chemistry, Biology, Counter Measure Technology. Pergamon Press, New York.
(BC 23) Giesy, J. P., D. J. Versteeg and R. L. Graney. 1988. A review of selected clinical indicators of stress induced changes in aquatic organisms. pp. 169 200. In M. S. Evans (Ed.). Toxic Contaminants and Ecosystem Health: A Great Lakes Focus. John Wiley and Sons, New York.
(BC 24) Versteeg, D. L., R. L. Graney and J. P. Giesy. 1987. Field utilization of clinical measures of xenobiotic stress in aquatic organisms. pp. 289 306. In W. J. Adams, G. A. Chapman, and W. G. Landis, (Eds.). Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment: 10th Volume, ASTM STP 971, American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, PA.
(BC 25) Giesy, J. P. 1987. Current status of metal speciation studies. pp. 225 242 .In J. W. Patterson and R. Passino (Eds.). Metal, Speciation, Separation and Recovery. Lewis Publishers, Chelsea, MI.
(BC 26) Giesy, J. P. 1988. Variation in quantification of concentrations of toxic chemicals in fish from the Laurentian Great Lakes: The good, the bad and the manageable. pp. 5 23. In N. W. Schmidtke (Ed.). Toxic Contamination in Large Lakes. Volume I. Chronic Effects of Toxic Contaminants in Large Lakes. Proceedings of the World Conference on Large Lakes, Mackinaw Island, MI., 1986. Lewis Publishers, Chelsea, MI.
(BC 27) Graney, R. A., J. P. Giesy and D. DiToro. 1988. Mesocosm experimental design strategies: advantages and disadvantages in ecological risk assessment. pp. 74-88. In J. Reese Voshell, Jr. (Ed.). Using Mesocosms to Assess the Aquatic Ecological Risk of Pesticides: Theory and Practice. Entomological Society of America. Miscellaneous Publication NO. 75.
(BC 28) Gala, W. R. and J. P. Giesy. 1989. Flow cytometric techniques to assess toxicity to algae. pp. 237-246. In W. Landis and W. Van Der Schaile (Eds.). Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment. Thirteenth Volume ASTM, STP 1096. American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, PA.
(BC 29) Giesy, J. P. and R. A. Hoke. 1990. Freshwater sediment quality criteria: toxicity bioassessment. pp. 265-348. In R. Baudo, J. Giesy and H. Muntau (Eds.).
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