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Recent Publications

Kolok, A.S. and H.L. Schoenfuss. 2011. Environmental scientists, biologically active compounds and sustainability: The vital role for small-scale science. Environmental Science and Technology 45:39-44.

Sellin, M.K., D.D. Snow and A.S. Kolok. 2010. Reductions in hepatic vitellogenin and estrogen receptor alpha expression by sediments from an agriculturally-impacted waterway. Aquatic Toxicology 96:103-108.

Sellin, M.K., D.D. Snow, M. Schwarz, B.J. Carter and A.S. Kolok. 2009. Agrichemicals in Nebraska USA watersheds: Occurrence and endocrine effects. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 28:2443-2448.

Sellin, M.K., D.D. Snow, S. T. Gustafson, G.E. Erikson and A.S. Kolok. 2009. The endocrine activity of beef cattle wastes: Do growth-promoting steroids make a difference? Aquatic Toxicology 92:221- 227.

Kolok, A.S., C. Beseler, X-H. Chen and P.J. Shea. 2009. The watershed as a functional unit in environmental health: Emerging contaminants inthe Elkhorn River watershed. Environmental Health Insights, In the Press.

Sellin, M.K. D.D. Snow, S.T. Gustafson, G.E. Erikson & A.S. Kolok. 2009. The endocrine activity of beef cattle wastes: Do growth-promoting steroids make a difference? Aquatic Toxicology. In the Press.

Sellin, M.K., D.D. Snow, D.L. Akerly & A.S.Kolok. 2009. Estrogenic compounds downstream from three small cities in eastern Nebraska: Occurrence and biological effect. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 45:1-8.

Kolok, A.S. & M.K. Sellin. 2008. The environmental impact of growth promoters employed by the United States beef cattle industry: History, knowledge and future directions. Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 195:1-30.

Tate-Boldt, E.K. & A.S. Kolok. 2008. Copper acclimation in juvenile fathead minnows: Is a cycle of branchial damage and repair necessary. Aquatic Toxicology, 87 13-18.

Kolok, A.S., D.D. Snow, S. Kohno, M.K. Sellin, & L.J. Guillette Jr. 2007. Occurrence and biological effect of exogenous steroids in the Elkhorn River, Nebraska. Science of the Total Environment, 388: 104-115.

Sellin, M.K., T.M. Eidem & A.S. Kolok. 2007. Cd exposures in fathead minnows: are there sex-specific differences in mortality, reproductive success and Cd accumulation? Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 52:535-540.

Sellin, M.K. & A.S. Kolok. 2006. Maternally derived Cu tolerance in larval fathead minnows: how long does it persist? Journal of Fish Biology, 69:1570-1574.

Sellin, M.K. & A.S. Kolok. 2006. Cadmium exposures during early development: do they lead to reproductive impairment in fathead minnows? Environmental Toxicology and Chemisty, 25:2957-2963.

Sellin, M.K. & A.S. Kolok. 2006. Cd exposures in fathead minnows: Effects on adult spawning success and reproductive physiology. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 51: 594-599.

Stead,M.A., D.M. Baltz, E.J. Chesney, M.A. Tarr, A.S. Kolok and B.D. Marx. 2005. Swimming performance of juvenile Florida Pompano exposed to ethylene glycol and methanol: synergistic effects. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 134: 1438-1447.

Sellin, M.K., E. Tate-Boldt, & A.S. Kolok. 2005. Cu acclimation in fathead minnows: does age influence the response? Aquatic Toxicology, 74: 97107.

Baltz, D.M., E.J. Chesney, M.A. Tarr, A.S. Kolok and M.J. Bradley. 2005. Toxicity and sublethal effects of methanol on swimming performance of juvenile Florida Pompano. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 134: 730-740.

Kolok, A.S. and D. L'Etiole-Lopes. 2005. Do copper tolerant parents produce copper tolerant adult offspring? Aquatic Toxicology, 72:231-238.

 
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