Environmental Sciences & Engineering
Howard Weinberg's website
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile
|Technion - Israel Institute of Technology||PhD, Environmental Sciences and Engineering|
|J.G. Pressman, S.D. Richardson, T.F. Speth, R.J. Miltner, M.G. Narotsky, E.S. Hunter, G.E. Rice, L.K. Teuschler, A. McDonald, S.Parvez, S.W. Krasner, H.S. Weinberg, A.B. McKague, C.J. Parrett, N. Bodin, R. Chinn, C.-F. T. Lee and J.E. Simmons (2010)|
Concentration, Chlorination, and Chemical Analysis of Drinking Water for Disinfection Byproduct Mixtures Health Effects Research: U.S. EPA’s Four Lab Study.
Environmental Science and Technology: vol.In press, p.DOI: 10.1021/es9039314.
|B.D. Stanford, A. Amoozegar, & H.S. Weinberg (2010)|
The impact of co-contaminants and septic system effluent quality on the transport of estrogens and nonylphenols through soil..
Water Research: vol.44, p.1598-1606.
|S. Rodriguez-Mozaz and H.S. Weinberg (2010)|
Pharmaceuticals in Water – An Interdisciplinary Approach to a Public Health Challenge..
Environmental Health Perspectives: vol.In press, p.doi: 10.1289/ehp.0901532.
|H.S. Weinberg (2009)|
Use of Ion Chromatography with Post-Column Reaction for the Measurement of Tribromide to Evaluate bromate Levels in Drinking Water.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: vol.367, p.4097–4118.
|H.S. Weinberg, S.W. Krasner, S.D. Richardson, and A.D. Thruston, Jr (2002)|
The Occurrence of Disinfection By-Products (DBPs) of Health Concern in Drinking Water: Results of a Nationwide DBP Occurrence Study.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Exposure, Research Laboratory, p.460 pages.