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Part of the Solution or Part of the Problem? Editorial. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 9-1327-1330.|
(SP-6) Bowerman, W. W. and J. P. Giesy. 1991. Ecology of Bald Eagles on the Au Sable, Manistee, and Muskegon Rivers. Final Report to Consumers Power Co, Jackson, MI.
(SP-7) Hill, I.R., P., Matthiessen and F. Heimbach (Eds.). Guidance Document on Sediment Toxicity Tests and Bioassays for Freshwater and Marine Environments. Society of Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry-Europe. From the "Workshop on Sediment Toxicity Assessmnet, Held at Slot Mermond Congress Centrum, Renesse, The Netherlands, 8-10, November, 1993. 105 p.
(SP-8) US EPA. 1994. Workshop on the Use of Available Data and Methods for Assessing the Ecological Risks of 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin to Aquatic Life and Associated Wildlife.. Risk Assessment Forum, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. EPA/630/R002/May 1994, 412 p.
(SP-9) SETAC. 1994. Pesticide Risk and Mitigation. Final Report of the Aquatic Risk Assessment and Mitigation Dialogue Group. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Pensacola Florida, 220 p.
(SP-10) Giesy, J.P. 1995. Review of Risk Integration Methods pp.E-171-178. In: Report on Ecological Risk Assessment Issue Papers , Proceedings of the Peer Review Workshop. Risk Assessment Forum, Report No. EPA/630/R-94/008 US EPA, Washington, D.C.
(SP-11) Giesy, J.P., 1995. Acute and Long-Term Reproductive Effects of Organochlorines on Aquatic Species. pp. 508-512. In: Chlorinated Organic Chemicals -Their Effect on Human Health and the Environment, Proceedings of a Symposium held in Berlin, Germany, September 19-21. Toxicology Forum, Washington, D.C.
(SP-12) Solomon, K.R., D.B. Baker, K.R. Dickson, J.M. Giddings, J.P. Giesy, L.W. Hall, jr., S.J. Klanie, T.W. LaPoint, R.P. Richards, C. Weisskopf, W. M. Williams and R.J. Kendall. 1995. Ecological Risk Assessment of Atrazine in North American Surface Waters.Ciba Crop Protection, Greensboro, North Carolina. 234 p.
(SP-13) Besser, J.M. and J.P. Giesy. 1995. Assessment of Sediment Quality in the Elizabeth Park Marina and Trenton Channel of the Detroit River, November, 1993. Submitted to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Surface Water Quality Division, Remedial Action Unit, Lansing, Michigan and US Environmental Protection Agency, Great Lakes National Program Office, By Aquatic Toxicology Laboratory, Department of Fisheries & Wildlife, Michigan State University.
(SP-14) Bowerman, W.W., L.L. Williams, LL Feyk and J.P. Giesy. 1995. Use of Bald Eagles as Ecosystem Monitors of Great Lakes Water Quality. Final Report to the Protection Fund for Grants Nos. RE792-3029-1 and RM791-3054/4, by Aquatic Toxicology Laboratory, Department of Fisheries & Wildlife, Michigan State University.
(SP-15) Henderson, R., M.W. Bell, J.F. Borzelleca, E.H. Clark, E. A.C. Crouch, J.P. Giesy,P, B. Ryan, J.N. Seiber, and C.C. Travis. 1999. Report of the Committe on Risk Based Criteria for Non-RCRA Hazardous Waste. National Research Council, Washington, DC.
(SP-16) Kendall, R.J., L.B. Best, J.R. Coats, K.R. Sixon, J.P. Giesy, M.J. Hooper, E.E. Kenega, S.T. McMurry and K.S. Solomon. 1998. Terrestrial Ecological Risk Assessment of Chlorpyrifos Use in Corn Agroecosystems. Dow AgroSciences, Inc. Zionsville, IN.
(SP-17) Giesy, J.P., K.R. Solomon, J.R. Coats, K.R. Dixon, J. Giddings and E.E> Kenaga. 1999. Ecological Risk Assessment of Chlorpyrifos in North American Aquatic Environments. Dow AgroSciences, Inc. Zionsville, IN.
(SP-18) Giesy, J.P. , S. Dobson and K. Solomon. 1999. Ecological Risk Assessment for Roundup Herbicide, Monsanto Chemical Co, St. Louis, MO.
(PR-19) Rocky Mountain Arsenal (RMA) Biological Advisory Committee Subcommittee. 2001. Dioxin/Furan Tier I Field Study Results in Wildlife Tissues. 56 p.
FEATURE MAGAZINE ARTICLES:
Progress and completion reports are required for all funded projects and are not listed here. Some reports undergo technical review and subsequently are published as documents, which are circulated publicly or are available from the agency. These reports are listed in this section.
(PR 1) Giesy, J.P., H.J. Kania, J.W. Bowling, R.L. Knight, S. Mashburn and S. Clarkin. 1979. Fate and Biological Effects of Cadmium Introduced into Channel Microcosms. EPA Ecological Research Series. Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Research Laboratory, Athens, GA, EPA 600/3 79 039, 157 p.
(PR 2) Giesy, J.P., S.M. Bartell, P.F. Landrum, G.J. Leversee, J.W. Bowling, M.G. Bruno, T.E. Fannin, S. Gerould, J.D. Haddock, K. LaGory, J.T. Oris and A. Spacie. 1983. Fates and Biological Effects of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Aquatic Systems. U.S. EPA PB 83 250 191 226 p.
(PR 3) Giesy, J.P., S.M. Bartell, P.F. Landrum, G.J. Leversee and J.W. Bowling. 1983. Fates and Biological Effects of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Aquatic Systems. Project Summary. U. S. EPA 600/53 83 053. 5 p.
(PR 4) Giesy, J.P. and R.A. Hoke. 1988. Toxicity of Sediment from Western Lake Erie and the Maumee River at Toledo, Ohio, 1987. US Army Corps of Engineers, Buffalo District Office, Buffalo, NY. 77 p.
(PR 5) Giesy, J.P. 1988. Detroit River Sediment Toxicity. In: Integrated Study of Exposure and Biological Effects of In Place Pollutants in the Upper Connecting Channels: Interim Results. R. G. Kreis (ed.) U.S. EPA Office of Research and Development Environmental Research Laboratory Duluth Minnesota, Large Lakes Research Station Grosse Ile, Michigan.
(PR 6) Tillitt, D.E., G.T. Ankley, J.P. Giesy and N.R. Kevern. 1988. H4IIE Rat Hepatoma Cell Extract Bioassay Derived 2,3,7,8 Tetrachlorodibenzo p dioxin equivalents (TCDD EQ) from Michigan Waterbird Colony Eggs, 1986 and 1987. Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Toxic Substances Control Commission, Lansing, MI. 63 p.
(PR 7) Williams, L.L., J.P. Giesy, N. DeGalan, D.A. Verbrugge, D.E. Tillitt and G.T. Ankley. 1989. Size and Seasonal Variations of PCBs in Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tschawytscha) Fillets from Lake Michigan, USA. MSUATL 1989 1, Michigan State University, E. Lansing, MI. 53 p.
(PR 8) Tillitt, D. E., G. T. Ankley, J. P. Giesy and N. R. Kevern. 1989. The use of the H4IIE rat hepatoma cell assay for the calculation of 2,3,7,8 tetrachlorodibenzo p dioxin equivalents in environmental samples. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/U.S. Dept. Interior. Cooperative Agreement 14 6 0003 87 943, 43p.
(PR 9) Giesy, J. P., R. A. Othoudt, K. R. Grzyb, D. A. Verbrugge, R. A. Hoke and J. B. Drake. 1989. Evaluation of the effects of storage time on the toxicity of sediments. U.S. Army Corps of Engineering, St. Paul District Office, U.S. Department of Defense, MSUATL 2989 2, Michigan State University, E. Lansing, MI, 106p.
(PR-10) Giesy, J.P., R.A. Hoke and J.B. Drake. 1990. Assessment of the toxicity of the sediment of Clear Creek, Colorado. Michigan State Aquatic Toxicology Laboratory, E. Lansing, MI. MSUATL-1990-1, 28p.
(PR-11) Bath, A. J., W. W. Bowerman, J. C. Reedy, J. M. Stout, C. J. Lovell, T. G. Grubb and J. P. Giesy. 1993. A Study of bald eagles on the Lower Tippy Project in Relation to Stronach Dam; Management Options. MSUATL - 1993-1. 51p.
(PR-12) Giesy, J.P. 1990. An Enzyme Induction Bioassay Technique. In: M. Mac (Ed.) Proceedings of the Round Table on Contaminant-Caused Reproductive Problems in Salmonids, Windsor, Ontario. Sept. 24-25, 1990.
(PR-13) Bowerman, W.W., D.A. Best, T.J. Kubiak, M.S. Martell, S. Postupalsky and J.P. Giesy. The use of blood plasma to measure environmental contaminants in bald eagle populations of the Laurentian Great Lakes, North America. In: M. Gilbertson (Ed.) pp.12. Proceedings of the Third Expert Consultation Meeting on Bald Eagles in the Great Lakes Basin. Windsor, Ontario, February 25-26,1992.
(PR-14) Delzell, E., J. Doull, J.P. Giesy, D. Mackay, I.C. Munro G.M. Williams and R.F. Willis. 1993. Interpretive Review of the Potential Adverse Effects of Chlorinated Organic Chemicals on Human Health and the Environment: Introduction and Methods, Report of an Expert Panel. Chlorine Institute, Washington, D.C.
(PR-15) Carey, J., P. Cook, J. Giesy, P. Hodson, D. Muir, W. Owens and K. Solomon (Eds.) 1996. Ecological Risk Assessment of the Chlorinated Organic Chemicals
(PR-16) Giesy, J.P., K.R. Solomon, J.R. Coats, K. Dixon, J. Giddings and E. Kenaga. 1998. Ecological Risk Assessment for Chlorpyrifos in North American Aquatic Environments. Report of an Expert Panel to DowElanco, Indianapolis, IN. ENTRIX, Inc., 202 p.
(PR-17) Kendall, R.J., L. Best, J. Coats, K. Dixon, J.P. Giesy, M. Hooper, G. Kenega, S. McMurry and K. Solomon. 1998. Terrestrial Ecological Risk Assessment of Chlorpifos Use in Corn Agro-ecosystems. Report of an Expert Panel to DowElanco, Indianapolis, IN. ENTRIX, Inc.
(PR-18) Kendall, R.J., J.P. Giesy, K.R. Solomon, T.B. Hayes, J.W. Simpkins, T.S. Gross, J.A. Carr and E.E. Smith. A Risk-Based Assessment of Endocrine System Responses in Fish, Amphibians and Reptiles to Atrazine. Report of an Expert Panel to Novartis, Inc. Ecorisk, Inc. 149 p.
(PR-19) Rocky Mountain Arsenal (RMA) Biological Advisory Committee Subcommittee. 2001. Dioxin/Furan Tier I Field Study Results in Wildlife Tissues. 56 p.
(PR-20) Solomon, K.R., J.A. Carr, J.P. Giesy, T.S. Gross, R.J. Kendall, E.E. Smith, and G. Van Der Kraak. 2002. Endocrine System Responses in Fish, Amphibians, and Reptiles to Atrazine: Assessment of an Expert Panel. 55 p.
(PR-21) Wu, R., P. Shin, D. Randall, P. Lam, D. Au, P. Ang, B. Morton, J. Gray, J. Giesy, D. Holdway, K. Kloop, J. Chapman, M. Warne, R. Russo amd D. Phillips. 2002. Development of a Biological Indicator System for Monitoring Marine Pollution. Hong Kong Environmental Protection Department.
(PR-22) Giesy, J.P., P.D. Jones, K. Kannan and A.L. Blankenship. 2002. Organochlorine Residues and Their Effects on Fish and Wildlife of the North American Great Lakes. Chapter 3, pp 3-1-3-15 in The Foundation for Global Action on Persistent Organic Pollutants: A United States Perspective. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Washington D.C., EPA/600/P-01/003F, NCEA-I-1200.
(PR-23) Jones, P.D., K. Kannan, A.L. Blankenship and J.P. Giesy. 2002. Accumulation and Effects of Persistent Organic Pollutants in Marine Ecosystems and Wildlife. Chapter 6, pp. 6-1-6-17 in The Foundation for Global Action on Persistent Organic Pollutants: A United States Perspective. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Washington D.C., EPA/600/P-01/003F, NCEA-I-1200.
(PR-24) Implementing the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Pollutants: Summary of a Workshop in China. Series: Strengthening Science Based Decision Making in Developing Countries. The National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., USA. 32p.
(All values are in US dollars at the time of the award and not corrected for inflation)
Laboratory assistant Alma College 1967 1970
National Science Foundation Undergraduate Research Fellow University of Michigan 1969
Graduate Research Assistant Michigan State University (Limnology) 1970 1974
North Central Research Grant, Michigan State Agricultural Station 1972 1974
U.S. EPA, "Fate of cadmium introduced into artificial stream systems". 1975 1976, $250,000
U.S. EPA, "Cycling of trace contaminants from coal combustion in aquatic ecosystems". 1976 1977, $ 240,000
U.S. EPA, "Kinetics of Cadmium and Zinc Accumulation and Elimination by Freshwater Crayfish". 1977 1978, $ 104,000
NSF RANN, "Microcosms in Environmental Research". 1978 1979, $6,000
U.S. EPA, "Microcosms in Environmental Research". 1978 1979, $5,000
National Environmental Research Park (DOE), "Microcosms in Environmental Research". 1978 1979, $4,500
Electric Power Research Institute, "Microcosms in Environmental Research". 1978 1979, $4,500
Institute of Ecology, University of Georgia, "Microcosms in Environmental Research". $1,500
Environmental Protection Agency, "Fates and Biological Effects of Polycyclic AromaticHydrocarbons in Aquatic Systems". 1978 1981, $1,130,000
Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station "Evaluation of Phosphoadenylate Concentrations and the Adenylate Energy Charge as a General Integrative Measure of Stress in Fish". 1981 1982, $65,000
NOAA Sea Grant Program, "Lysosomal Enzyme Release Assay (LERA) as a Measure of Stress in Fish". 1982 1985, $111,000
U.S. Department of Interior Office of Water Resources Technology, "Metal Speciation in Surface Waters of the Great Lakes Region". 1982, $24,000
Michigan State University Vice President for Research Atomic Absorption Spectrometry Equipment Grant. 1982, $52,000
Michigan State Agriculture Experiment Station Toxicology Research Program "Light Induced Toxicity of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons". 1982 1985, $72,950
Michigan State Agricultural Experiment Station Toxicology Research Program "Relationship between Residue Concentrations in Chinook Salmon Eggs and Rearing Temperature on Rearing Mortality". 1982, $16,119
NOAA Office of Marine Pollution Assessment "Changes in the Free Amino Acid Pool of Benthic Invertebrates as a Sublethal Toxic Response to Pentachlorophenol." 1983 1984, $50,464
NIH Biomedical Research Funds "Use of Scanning Electron Microscopy Energy Dispersive X Ray Analysis and Image Processing as a Rapid Monitor of Lead Concentrationsin Freshwater Molluscs". 1983, $3,560
CIBA Geigy Corporation, Agricultural Division. "Professional development award for environmental toxicology". 1984, $25,000
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Great Lakes Fisheries Laboratory. "Effects of Environmental Stress on the Early Life Stages of Lake Trout". 1984, $12,657
Mideast Peace Fellowship Program for Egypt. "Potential for Decreased Fish Production in the Nile River System due to the Insecticide Dursban". 1984 1985, $30,900
NOAA Sea Grant Program. "Phototoxicity of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons to Lake Michigan Plankton". 1985 1986, $54,000
U.S. Department of Interior Cooperative State Water Sources Research Program MSU Center for Environmental Toxicology. "Chronic Toxicity of TCDD and TCDF to Rainbow Trout: Effects on Viability of Eggs and Survivorship of Fry". 1985, $24,500
U.S. EPA, "Toxicity of In Place Pollutants on Benthic Invertebrates". 1985 1987, $258,000
Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station "Effects of 2,3,7,8 Dibenzo p dioxin on Reproduction of Rainbow Trout". 1985 1986, $47,000
U.S. EPA, "Equipment Mass Spectrometer". 1986, $98,000
Egyptian Cultural and Educational Bureau "Effects of Insecticides on Nile River Fishes". 1985 1986, $5,000
U.S. Department of Agriculture "Effects of Vitamin A on Responses of Rainbow Trout to 2,3,7,8 Tetrachlorodibenzo p dioxin (TCDD)". 1986 1987, $28,000
Michigan Sea Grant College Program "Effects of Maternal Exposure of Rainbow Trout to
2,3,7,8 Tetrachlorodibenzo p dioxin (TCDD) on Reproduction". 1987 1988 , $149,800
Michigan State University Center for Environmental Toxicology "Synthesis of 3H labelled 2,3,7,8 TCDD". 1986, $4,000
Michigan Toxic Substance Control Commission "Determination of 2,3,7,8 TCDD Equivalents in Environmental Samples". 1987 1988, $54,000
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; "Use of rat hepatoma H 4 II E cells as a screen for complex mixtures of polychlorinated hydrocarbons in environmental samples". 1987 1989, $64,000
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers AToxicity of Sediments and Water in Toledo, Ohio and Buffalo, New York Harbors". 1987, $54,000
Michigan State University Center for Environmental Toxicology "Effects of Planar, Chlorinated Hydrocarbons on Salmonid Reproduction of Great Lakes Fishes". 1987, $6,000
Michigan Sea Grant College Program "PCB Residues in Lake Michigan Chinook Salmon Collected From the Ludington Area: Variation Due to Size and Season". 1988, $4,995
Ludington Michigan Area Charter Boat Association "PCB Residues in Lake Michigan Chinook Salmon Collected from the Ludington Area: Variations due to Size and Season". 1988, $10,000
Michigan State University All University Competitive Research Funds."Development of flow cytometry methodologies for use inshort term algal toxicity tests". 1988, $3,500
Pesticide Research Enhancement Program, MSU. "PCB concentrations in Great Lakes fishes Human hazards". 1988 1989, $58,000
U.S. EPA "Toxicity of sediments in Green Bay, WS". 1988 1989, $40,875
"Verband der Chemische Industrie Deutschland". Development of Quantitative Structure Activity Models to Evaluatethe Toxicity of Chemicals in Commerce". 1987 1988, $11,627
U.S. Dept. Ag. Coop. State Res. Serv. Food and Agriculture National Needs Graduate Fellowship Water Sciences "Water Quality Improvement by Agricultural Systems Management". 1989 1992, $144,000
Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station "Concentrations of Complex Mixtures of Polychlorinated Hydrocarbons in Great Lakes Fish and Their Potential Effects on Humans". 1988 1990, $57,000
Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station "Equipment Grant". 1988, $4,000
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service "Sediment Toxicity of Selected Refuges". 1988 1990 $18,000
U.S. EPA "Sediment Toxicity Assessment Protocol Development:Field Validation in the Grand Calumet River". 1988 1990, $223,351
U.S. EPA "Organic Contaminants in Sediments of the Grand Calumet River, Indiana". 1988 1989, $48,000,
U.S. EPA "Effects of Mixtures of Toxic Chemicals to Colonial, Fish eating Water Birds of Green Bay Wisconsin". 1989, $40,000
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers "Effects of Holding Times on Toxicity of Sediments to Invertebrates". 1989, $36,145
U.S. EPA Exploratory Research Program. "Toxicity of Complex Mixtures of Polychlorinated Hydrocarbons to Great Lakes Salmonid Fishes". 1989 1990, $250,450
Pesticide Research Center Research Enhancement Program. "Complex Mixtures of Polychlorinated Aromatic Hydrocarbons: In Vitro Bioassay in Fish, Bird and Human Cells in Culture. 1989 1990, $40,000
U.S. EPA "Assessment and Remediation of Contaminated Sediments".Under Section
118 of the Clean Water Act. 1989, $14,991
Michigan Audubon Society and McGregor Fund. "Biochemical Determination of Mixtures of Co planar, Polychlorinated Hydrocarbon in Great Lakes, Fish eating Colonial Waterbirds". 1989-1990, $89,135
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. "Use of the H 4 II E rat Hepatoma Cell/Environmental Extract Bioassay for Determination of 2,3,7,8 Tetrachlorodibenzo p dioxin equivalents in Environmental Samples". 1989 1990, $22,500
U.S. EPA. "Toxicity of Sediments of the Trenton Channel, Michigan”. 1989 , $10,875
U.S. Forest Service. "Trace Contaminants in and Their Effects on American Bald Eagles in Voyagers National Park". 1989 1990, $32,000
U.S. Department of Agriculture. "Chlorinated dibenzo dioxins and dibenzo furans in fillets ofchinook salmon". 1989 1990, $14,000
U.S. EPA Superfund (Roy F. Weston). "Toxicity of Clear Creek Sediments". 1989, $28,130
U.S. EPA Superfund Roy F. Weston "Sediment Toxicity of the Saint Mary's River, Michigan". 1989, $28,130
Consumers Power Company. "Effects of Hydroelectric Projects on Eagle Populations in Michigan". 1990, $414,000
U.S. EPA Superfund. "Bioavailability of Lead to Swine fed Soil Contaminated with Lead Sulfide". 1990, $127,089
Michigan State University Biotechnology Research Excellence Fund. "Development of Novel Cell Lines for Screening of Environmental Toxicants: In vitro Bioassay for Complex Mixtures of Polyhalogenated Aromatic Compounds". 1990, $29,960
Miller Brewing Company. "Contaminants in Eagle Blood". 1990, $3,000
Consumers Power Company. "Contaminants in Eagle Blood". 1990, $29,000
USDA Forest Service. "Satellite Telemetry of Adult Bald Eagles". 1990, $35,000
US Army, Aberdeen Proving Grounds. Satellite Telemetry of Adult Bald Eagles". 1990, $75,000
Earthwatch Foundation. "Bald Eagle Population of Michigan". 1990, $57,600
Michigan Dept. Military Affairs. "Bold Eagle Population of Michigan". 1990, $18,000
Michigan Dept. Natural Resources Nongame Wildlife Program. A Contaminants in Eagle Blood". 1990, $1,850
Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. "Contaminants in Eagle Blood". 1990, $2,000
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. "Development of an Automated Carbon Chromatography System for the pre analysis Separation of Non ortho substituted PCB Congeners". 1990, $48,000
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. "Relationships Between Toxic Chemicals in Double Crested Cormorant Eggs and Birth Defects". 1990-1991, $54,000
U.S. EPA-ERL Duluth. "Method for Sediment Toxicity Assessment". 1990-1991, $70,000
U.S. EPA Great Lakes National Program Office. "A Study of the Lower Saginaw River and AdjoiningSaginaw Bay: a PCBs and Trace Metals". 1990-1991, $125,207
Michigan Great Lakes Protection Fund. "Methods for the Rapid, Sensitive, Inexpensive Screeningof Environmental Samples for Planar, Halogenated Hydrocarbons". 1990-1991, $115,128
Inland Steel Co. "Assessment of the Toxicity of Sediments in Indiana Harbor". 1990, $45,000
General Electric Co. "Effects of Microbial Reductive Dechlorination of PCBs on Their Toxicity". 1991, $202,275
U.S. EPA. "Systemic Availability of Lead to Young Swine from the Chronic Administration of Lead-Contaminated Substrates". 1991, $91,431
Michigan Department of Natural Resources. "Toxicity of Great Lakes Fish to River Otter (Lutra canadensis)". 1991, $72,885
Earthwatch Foundation. "Bald Eagle Population of Michigan". 1991, $72,000
U.S. EPA, "Transfer of Selected Halogenated Organic Compounds from the Sediments of the Lower Saginaw River and Saginaw Bay to Fishand Fish Eating Water Birds". 1991-1992, $160,000
Great Lakes Protection Fund. "Assessment of Genetic Diversity of and Contaminants in Bald Eagles of the Great Lakes Region". 1992, $200,000
USDA. "Development of Novel Recombinant Human Cell Lines for Detection of Low Levels of Toxic Polyhalogenated Aromatic Compounds". 1991-1992, $20,000
U.S. Department of Agriculture. Food and Agricultural Sciences National Needs Graduate Fellowships Program. "Water Science Fellowship Training Program". 1990-1993, $192,000
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. "Effects of PCBs and Related Compounds in the Chicken as an Avian Model". 1991-92, 47,000
U.S. National Institutes of Environmental Health Safety. "Development of a Novel Cell Line for the Assessment of theEffects of Planar Chlorinated Hydrocarbons". 1991-1994, $822,802
U.S. Forest Service Challenge Grant. "Bald Eagle Population Biology and Contaminants in Chippewa,Superior and Hiawatha National Forests". 1991, $34,000
University of Wisconsin. "Concentrations of Contaminants in Birds". 1991-1992, $60,000
U.S. Department of Agriculture "Contaminants in Bald Eagles and Eagle Population and HabitatAnalysis". 1991, $39,000
Michigan Food & Crop Bioprocessing Center Research Excellence Fund "Development and Utilization of Recombinant Cell Bioiassay Systemsfor the Detection of Toxic Halogenated Aromatic Hydrocarbons". 1991-92, $25,000
U.S. EPA ERL-Duluth. "Assessment of Effects of Planar Hydrocarbons in Birds of Saginaw Bay, Michigan". 1991-1992, $70,000
U.S. EPA ERL-Duluth. "Sediment Quality Criteria". 1992, $10,000
Consumers Power Co. "Assessment of Michigan Bald Eagle Populations". 1992, $329,106
U.S. EPA. "A Pilot Study for Contaminant Uptake in Two Species of Albatrossin the North Pacific Ocean". 1992, $84,530
World Wildlife Fund. "Contaminants in Animals of the North Pacific". 1992, $24,000
U.S. FWS. "Contaminants in Great Lakes Birds". 1992, $37,000
U.S. DI. "Assessment of Productivity and Contaminant Exposure on Nesting Bald Eagles in Michigan". 1992, $15, 000
Michigan Great Lakes Protection Fund. "Analysis Methods and Biochemical Mechanisms of Chlorinated Aromatic Compounds in Biota of the Great Lakes". 1992-1993, $144,904
Great Lakes Protection Fund. "Assessment of Genetic Diversity of Bald Eagles in Michigan". 1993, $143,000
MSU Pesticide Research Center, Research Enhancement funds. "Fractionation and Evaluation Techniques for Ah-r-activecompounds in the Environment". 1992-1993, $17,700
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. "Use of the H4IIE Rat Hepatoma Cell/Environ-mental Extract Bioassay for determination of 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin equivalents in Environmental samples." 1992-1993, $37,950
SERE Group. "Contaminants in Fish and Birds of the Great Lakes Region". 1993. $20,774
US-EPA. "Methods of Fractionation and Identification of Planar Halogenated Hydrocarbons in Birds from Saginaw Bay, Michigan. 1992-1993, $50,000
U.S. EPA. "Contaminant Uptake in Two Species of Albatross in the North Pacific Ocean". 1992-1994, $753,483
USDA. "Development and Application of a Novel Bioassay System for Detection of Estrogen-like Compounds in Foods and Feedstuffs". 1993, $20,000
US EPA. "Co-planar compounds in the tissues of birds from Saginaw Bay,Michigan". 1993-1994, $70,000
Upjohn Co., Kalamazoo, MI. "Use of birds and Semi-Permiable Passive Samplers for monitoring". 1993, $125,000
Upjohn Co., Kalamazoo, Mi. "Equipment Grant" Gas Chromatograph. 1993, $36,000
Michigan State University Vice President for Research. "Co-planar compounds in the tissues of birds from Saginaw Bay,Michigan". 1993-1994, $9,000
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. "Contaminants in Eagle Blood". 1993-1994, $9,000
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. "Birth Defects in Eagle from the Great Lakes Region". 1993-1994, $27,000
Michigan Department of Natural Resources. "Evaluation of Toxicity of Sediments in the Lower Detroit River". 1993-1994, $50,000
MSU Pesticide Research Center Research Enhancement Award. "Analysis Methods and Biochemical Mechanisms of Action of Chlorinated Aromatic Compounds in Biota of the Great Lakes". 1993-1994, $15,000
National Food Tocicology Center "Estrogenic Compounds in Fish of The Great Lakes". 1993-1994, $20,000
National Food Toxicology Center. "An assessment of the Toxicity of Chemical Oxidation Products of Aqueous Contaminants by Monitoring Intercellular Communication in Mammalian Cell Cultures". 1993-1994, $20,000
NIEHS. "Development of Novel Bioassay/Biomarker Systems for Detection of Estrogen Agonists in Complex Mixtures." 1994-1999, $894,652
US EPA-Office of Water. "Bioavailability and Effects of Organic and Inorganic Compounds in Water & Sediment Systems". 1994-1999, $660,000
Chemical Manufacturers Association. Estrogen Agonists in the Environment, Effects on Fish & Wildlife." 1994-1999, $1,500,000
US-EPA Great Lakes National Program Office. "Determination of sources and Trends of PCBs in the Detroit River, Michigan." 1994-1996, $96,000
MSU Cancer Institute. "Methods for determining the strength of estrogen agonists in the environment". 1994, $25,000
Michigan Dept. Natural Resources. "Determination of sources and Trends of PCBs in the Detroit River, Michigan." 1994-1996, $84,000
Upjohn Co. Kalamazoo, Michigan. "Semi-Permiable Sampling Devices for Monitoring the Aquatic Environment". 1994-1995, $67,000
Michigan Great Lakes Protection Fund. “Defining Persistent, Bioaccumulative and Toxic Great Lakesand Research Needs”. 1995-1997, $139,050
C.J. Johnson, Co. “In vivo Methods of Screening for Endocrine Compounds in Aquatic Systems”. 1996-1997, $10,000
Dow Corning Corp. “Determination for Potential Effects of Polydimethylsiloxanes (PDMS) on Sediment Function”. 1995-1997, $65,000
Fogerty Institute, NIEHS “Training and Research inEnvironmental Health: The Balkans”.
US EPA Competitive Grants Program, Biology Exploratory Research Panel “Development of a Bioassay for AhR-mediated Toxicity to Rainbow Trout”. 1997-1999, $304,771
DowElanco, Inc. “Ecological Risk Essessment for the Organochlorine Insecticide Chlorpyrifos”. 1996-1997, $1,000,000
Dow Chemical Company, Inc. “Endocrine Modulators in the Environment”. 1997-1999, $60,000
Southern Nevada Water District. Monitoring of Estrogenic Substances in Surface and Drinking Water”. 1997, $11,000
Chemical Manufacturers Association. “Estrogen Agonists in the Environment, Effects on Fish & Wildlife." 1998, $50,000
Southern Nevada Water District. “Monitoring of Estrogenic Substances in Surface and Drinking Water”. 1998-1999, $250,000
Chemical Manufacturers Association, Ethoxylates panel. “Concentrations of Alkylphenol ethoxylates and their Degradation Products in Fish”. 1998-1999, $216,000
Woodward-Clyde. “Determination of Total Dioxin-Like Activity in Kestrel Eggsat the Rocky Mountain Arsenal”. 1998, $179,465
Indo-US Joint Research Program. “A Semi-Automated, Multicomponent Analysis Method for Planar Aromatic Chlorinated Hydrocarbons (PCHs) and Other Compounds in Marine Organisms”. 1998-2000, $225,000
Ciba Specialty Chemicals, “Estrogenicity of Selected Chemicals“. 1998, $13,000
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality. “Agricultural and Industrial Residues in Tissues of Amphibians in Lower Michigan”. 1998-1999, $47,000
Ciba Specialty Chemicals. “Estrogenicity of Process Chemicals”. 1998, $6,000
Raytheon, Inc. “Distribution of PCBs in Sediments of The Sudbury River, Massachusetts 1998, $47,000
Fox River Consortium. “Ecological Risk Assessment of PCBs in the Fox River, Wisconsin”. 1998-1999, $301,834
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality. “A Strategic Environmental Quality Monitoring Program for Michigan’s Surface Waters: Sediments”. 1999-2010, $1,056,800
3M Company. “Perfluorinated Chemicals in the Environment”. 1999-2000, $1,300,000
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality. Surface Water Quality Division. “Temporal Monitoring or Chemical Residues in Michigan Inland Lake Sediments”. 1999-2003, $581,332
Raytheon, Inc. “Distribution of PCBs in Sediments of The Sudbury River, Massachusetts 1999, $40,000
Great Lakes Protection Fund. “Trophic Level Accumulation of Residues in the Great Lakes”. 1999, $15,000
Kalamazoo River Study Group. “Ecological Risk Assessment of PCB in Sediments of the Kalamazoo River, Michigan”. 2000-2003, $2,119,544.
Hong Kong Environmental Protection Department. “Development of a Biological Indicator System for Monitoring Marine Pollution (RCP/1488). 2001-2003. $1,064,102.
Alkylphenol Ethoxylates Reserach Council “Concentrations of APEOS and their Degradation Products in Water, Sediments and Fish of Michigan Rivers”. 2000, $25,000
Hercules, Inc. “Assessment of Toxicity of perfluorinated Compounds”. 2000, $75,000
Michigan Great Lakes Protection Fund. “Baseline Characterization of Saginaw Bay Watershed Sediments”. 2001, $77,000
Ecorisk, Inc. “Mechanisms of Action of Atrazine in Adult and Metamorphosing
Xenopus Laevis and Rana Clamitans”. 2001-2003, $769,714
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality. “Dioxins in the Titabawassee River System”. 2002, $75,000
US EPA. US EPA. US EPA. “Use of the H295R Human Adrenocortical Carcinoma Line for Screening for Effects of Compounds on Steroidogenesis”. 2002-2004, $399,998
1 Dow Chemical Company, Midland, MI. “Ecological Impacts of PCDD/Fs on the Tittabawassee River”. 2003, $326,000
Ciba Specialty Chemicals, Manchester, UK. “Assessment of the Estrogenic Potential of Fluorinated Compounds”. 2003, $15,000
Hong Kong Ministry of Environment. “Application of Biomarkers to Assess Effects of Pollutants in Hong Kong Harbor”. 2002-2003, $104,778
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Tsukuba, Japan. “Survey of Concentrations of Perfluorinated Chemicals in the Marine Coastal Waters of China and Korea”. 2003, $32,000
Brown and Caldwell, Maui, Hawaii. “Analysis of Industrial Chemicals in Waste Waters from Honolulu”. 2003, $19,020
US EPA. “Optimization of an Assay using the H295R Cell Line to Identify Chemical Modulators of Steroidogenesis and Aromatase Activity”. 2004-2006,$894,050
Dow Chemical Co. “Field Studies in Support of the Tittabawassee River Ecological Risk Assessment.” 2004-2008, $8,071,939
Hong Kong University Grants Council. “Studies on Endocrine Disruptors and Red Tide Toxins in Coastal Waters of Hong Kong: A Risk Assessment Approach”. 2004-2005, $166,666
Hong Kong University Grants Council. “Establishment of the Center for Marine Environmental Research and Innovative Technology (MERIT)”. 2004-2009, $12,911,392
US EPA Science to Achieve Results (STAR) Program on Computational Toxicology and Biology in Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment. “Chemical Induced Changes in Gene Expression Patterns (GEPs) using a Small Fish Model: A Systems Approach”. 2004-2007, $750,000
Hong Kong University Research Grants Council. “Fates and Effects of PFCs and PBDEs in the environment.” 2005-2006. $130,485.
Hercules Inc. “Assessment of Toxicity Potential of Perfluorinated Compounds”. 2005-2006. $50,000
Canada Research Chairs Program. “Establishment of the Canada Research aChair in Environmental Toxicology at the University of Saskatchewan”. 2006-2011, $1,400,000.
Dow Chemical Company. “Mink Feeding Study: Kinetic Evaluation Exposure to Ecologically Relevant Concentrations of 2,3,7,8-TCDF and 2,3,4,7,8-TCDF”. 2006. $349,224.
US EPA. “Standardization and Refinement of the H285R Cell-Based Assay to Identify Chemical Modulators of Steroidogenesis and Aromatase Activity”. 2006-2007, $507,327.
Dow Chemical Company. “Exposure of the Ecological Food Web in the Saginaw River to Polychlorinated dibenzofurans. 2006-2007, $705,414.
Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI). “Equipment grant to purchase LC/MS-MS mass spectrometer. 2006, $815,608.
Western Economic Diversification Canada. “Bioanalytical Toxicology Tools for Industry.” Equipment/infrastructure grant (match funding for Canada Foundation for Innovation grant). 2007, $465,000.
Swedish Research Council for Environment, Agricultural Sciences and Spatial Planning. “Avian Developmental Toxicity of Perfluorochemicals-Species Sensitivity Differences and Mechanisms of Action.” 2007-2009, $378,670.
Canada Foundation for Innovation Major infrastructure grant, New Initiatives Fund, Ottawa, ON, Canada. “Aquatic Toxicology Research Facility “. 2006. $6,313,000.
Dow Chemical Co. “Examination of the Relative Potency (ReP) of two Dibenzofuran congeners (2,3,7,8-TCDF and 2,3,4,7,8-TCDF) in a Model Mammalian System”. 2006-2008, $841,958.
3M Company. “Temporal and Spatial trends of Perfluorinated Chemicals in the Environment”. 2007-2011, $1,000,000.
Dow Chemical Co. “Use of AhR Amino Acid Sequences to Predict the Relative Sensitivity of Birds to Polychlorinated Dibenzofuran (PCDF) and Polychlorinated Dibenzodioxin (PCDD) Congeners”. 2007-2009, $280,000
Dow Chemical Co. “In ovo Toxicity of Polychlorinated Dibenzofuran (PCDF) and Polychlorinated Dibenzodioxin (PCDD) Congeners to Birds”. 2007-2009, $270,000
3M Corp. “Determination of Relative Response Factors and Matrix Effects on Quantification of Perfluorinated Compounds”, 2007, $29,750.
Teckcominko, Inc. “Toxicological Assessment of White Sturgeon (Acipenser transmontana) Early Life Stages Exposed to Liquid Effluents of the Teckcominco Metals Ltd. Trail Facility” 2007, $337,590.
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality for “A Strategic Environmental Quality Monitoring Program for Michigan’s Surface Waters: The Inland Lakes Sediment.” 2007-2008, $473,594.
US EPA. “Standardization and Refinement of the H285R Cell-Based Assay to Identify Chemical Modulators of Steroidogenesis and Aromatase Activity”. 2007, $176,394.
US EPA. “Global Inter-laboratory Validation of the H285R Cell-Based Assay to Identify Chemical Modulators of Steroidogenesis and Aromatase Activity”. 2007-2008, $612,183.
National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). “Risks of Polyfluorinated Compounds in the Environment” Discovery Grants Program, 2007-2012, $200,000.
Western Economic Diversification Foundation (Canada). “Establishment of a Novel Toxicology Research, Development and Chemical Testing Industry in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. 2007-2008. $1,770,000.
Hong Kong University Research Grants Council. "Functional relationship between HIF and 3-beta-HSD2 in zebrafish: A gain and loss-of-function study" 2007-2010, $121,795.
Hong Kong University Grants Council. “Measurement and assessment of perfluorinated compounds in waterbirds and marine cetaceans in Hong Kong”. 2007-2009, $ 87,941.
Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation. “Intrauterine Antecedents of Inflammatory Mediated Disease” 2007-2009, $300,000.
Teckcominko, Inc. “Toxicological Assessment of White Sturgeon (Acipenser transmontana) in the Upper Columbia River - Water Related Issues” 2008, $1,227,645.
Mid Saskatchewan Regional Economic and Co-operative Developemt. “Investigation of Nutrient Sources and Causes of Algal Blooms in Lake Diefenbaker, Saskatchewan.” 2008-2009, $100,000.
Chinese National Basic Research Project (973 Program). “Ecological Risk Assessment and Control Strategy of Regional Mixed Pollution”. 2007-2011, $387,500 (3,100,000 RMB).
Chinese National Science Support Project. “Integrated Technologies and Mechanism Design for POPs Control and Treatment”. 2007-2010, $562,500 (4,500,000 RMB).
Alberta Water Research Institute. “Safe, Secure Water Supplies in Alberta”. 2008-2100, $3,300,000.
Dow Chemical Co. “Dynamics of Polychlorinated Dibenzo Furans in Tissues of Japnese Quali, Chickens and Turkeys”. 2008-2009, $658,000.
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