Chemistry faculty strive to publish papers in respected journals with undergraduate and graduate student co-authors. Lists of publications have been compiled here by their year of publication. To find lists of publications by individual faculty, please check faculty websites.
American Geophysical Union, National Meeting, San Francisco, CA. "Impacts of natural gas mining on regional methane levels in Pennsylvania." A. Lembeck-Edens, J. Fuentes, D. Martins, A. Grannas. December 2013 (Poster)
American Geophysical Union, National Meeting, San Francisco, CA. “Photochemical degradation of a brominated flame retardant (tetrabromobisphenol A) in ice under field and laboratory conditions.” G. Waligroski, A. Grannas. December 2013 (Poster)
American Geophysical Union, National Meeting, San Francisco, CA. “Characterization of organic material in ice core samples from North America, Greenland, and Antarctica using ultrahigh resolution Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry.” V. Catanzano, A. Grannas, R. Sleighter, P. Hatcher. December 2013 (Poster)
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