Ali, J.M. and A.S. Kolok. 2016. Altered aromatase expression in fathead minnow larvae following in situ exposure to an agrichemical pulse. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology.
Ali, J.M., K. Herrmann, M. Rakestraw and A.S. Kolok. 2016. Citizen-based scientific data collection: Fact or fiction? Learned Discourse: Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management. In Press.
Zhang, Y., R.G. Krysl, J.M. Ali, S.L. Bartelt-Hunt, A.S. Kolok. 2015. Impact of sediment on agrichemical fate and bioavailability to adult female fathead minnows: A field study. Environmental Science and Technology. 49 (15): 9037–9047.
Ali, J.M. and A.S. Kolok. 2015. On-site, serial exposure of female fathead minnows to the Elkhorn River, NE, USA spring agrichemical pulse. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 34:1354–1361.
Christenson, M.K., A.J. Trease, L-P. Potluri, A.J. Jezewski, V.M. Davis, L.A. Knight, A.S. Kolok, Paul H. Davis. 2014. De novo assembly and analysis of the northern leopard frog Rana pipiens transcriptome. Journal of Genomics. 2:141-149.
Sangster, J.L., Y. Zhang, D. D. Snow, M.B. Cox, J.C. Sivils, Y.A. Garcia, R. Hernandez, A.S. Kolok and S.L. Bartelt-Hunt. 2014. The influence of sediment on steroid fate and bioavailability in aquatic systems. Science of the Total Environment. 496: 576–584.
Cutucache C.E., H. Chen, B. Conroy, C. Madden, D. Peterson, L. Strathman, S. Stoffel and A.S. Kolok. 2014. Culturing Undergraduate Research at UNO: A collaboration among the Nebraska Watershed Network, Undergraduate Microbiology Students, and the Omaha Community. Council of Undergraduate Research-Quarterly 34:(4) 33-37.
Battaglin, W.A. and A.S. Kolok. 2014. Contaminants of Emerging Concern. Introduction to a featured collection. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 50:(2) 261-265.
Kolok, A. S., Sellin Jeffries, M., Knight, L., Snow, D., and Bartelt, Hunt, S. 2014. The hourglass: A conceptual framework for the transport of biologically active compounds from agricultural landscapes. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 50:(2) 266-274.
Jessick, A.M., Skolness, S. and A.S. Kolok. 2014. Sandy sediment and the bioavailability of 17b-trenbolone to adult fathead minnows. Aquatic Toxicology 148: 48-54.
Knight, L.A., M.K. Christensen, A.J. Trease, P.H. Davis, and A.S. Kolok. 2013. The spring runoff in Nebraska’s Elkhorn River watershed and its impact on two environmental sentinel species. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 32:1544-1551.
Alvarez, S., A.S. Kolok, L.F. Jimenez, C. Granados and J.A. Palacio. 2012. Mercury concentrations in muscle and liver tissue of fish from marshes along the Magdalena River, Colombia. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 89: 836-840.
Sellin-Jeffries, M.K., A.C. Mehinto, B.J. Carter, N.D. Denslow and A.S. Kolok. 2012. Taking microarrays to the field: Differential hepatic gene expression of caged fathead minnows from Nebraska watersheds. Environmental Science and Technology. 46: 1877–1885.
Alvarez, S., A.M. Jessick, J.A. Palacio and A.S. Kolok. 2012. Methylmercury concentrations in six fish species from two Colombian rivers. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 88: 65-68.
Kolok, A.S., J.T. Miller and H.L. Schoenfuss. 2012. The mini-mobile environmental monitoring unit: A novel bio-assessment tool. Journal of Environmental Monitoring. 14: 202-208.
Sellin-Jeffries, M. K., K. Abbott, T. Cowman and A.S. Kolok. 2011. Occurrence and endocrine effects of agrichemicals in a small Nebraska, USA, watershed. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 30:2253-2260.
Sellin-Jeffries, M.K., N.H. Conoan, M.B. Cox, V.S. Wilson, J.L. Sangster, T. Cowman, L.A. Knight, S.L. Bartelt-Hunt and A.S. Kolok. 2011. The anti-estrogenic activity of sediments from agriculturally-intense watersheds: Assessment using in vivo and in vitro assays. Aquatic Toxicology 105:189-198.
Kolok, A.S., H.L. Schoenfuss, T. Vail, and C. Propper. 2011. Empowering citizen scientists: The strength of many in monitoring biologically active environmental contaminants. Bioscience 61 (8) 626-630.
Bartelt-Hunt, D. D. Snow, T. Damon-Powell, D. Brown, M. Schwarz and A.S. Kolok. 2011. Quantitative evaluation of laboratory uptake rates for pesticides, pharmaceuticals and steroid hormones using polar organic chemical integrative samplers. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 30:1412-1420.
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.
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