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Recent Publications

2015 (*denotes student coauthor)

Calvillo S*, Williams ES, Brooks BW. 2015, In press. Street dust: Implications for stormwater and air quality, and management through street sweeping. Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology

Kristofco LA*, Du B*, Chambliss CK, Berninger JP, Brooks BW. 2015, In press. Comparative pharmacology and toxicology of pharmaceuticals in the environment: Diphenhydramine protection of diazinon toxicity in Danio rerio but not Daphnia magna. The AAPS Journal (Journal of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists) DOI:10.1208/s12248-014-9677-5

Lazarus RS*, Rattner BW, Brooks BW, Du B*, McGowan PC, Blazer VS, Ottinger MA. 2015, In press. Exposure and food web transfer of pharmaceuticals in ospreys (Pandion haliaetus): Predictive model and empirical data. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management DOI: 10.1002/ieam.1570

Watson SB, Whitton BA, Higgins SN, Paerl HW, Brooks BW, Wehr J. 2015, In press. Harmful Algal Blooms. Chapter 20 In: J Wehr (Ed). Freshwater Algae of North America, 2nd Edition. Elsevier.

Du B*, Haddad SP*, Scott WC*, Chambliss CK, Brooks BW. 2015. Pharmaceutical bioaccumulation by periphyton and snails in an effluent-dependent stream during an extreme drought. Chemosphere 119: 927-934.

2014 (*denotes student coauthor)

Du B*, Haddad SP*, Luek A, Scott WC*, Saari GN*, Kristofco LA*, Connors KA*, Rash C*, Rasmussen JB, Chambliss CK, Brooks BW. 2014. Bioaccumulation and trophic dilution of human pharmaceuticals across trophic levels of an effluent-dependent wadeable stream. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 369: 20140058 http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rstb.2014.0058

Rudd MA, Ankley GT, Boxall ABA, Brooks BW. 2014. International scientists’ research priorities for pharmaceuticals and personal care products in the environment. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 10: 576-587.

Caldwell DJ, Mastrocco F, Margiotta-Casaluci L, Brooks BW. 2014. An integrated approach for prioritizing pharmaceuticals found in the environment for risk assessment, monitoring and advanced research Chemosphere 115:4-12

Connors KA*, Voutchkova-Kostal AM, Kostal J, Anastas P, Zimmerman JB, Brooks BW. 2014. Reducing aquatic toxicity: Probabilistic hazard evaluation of sustainable molecular design guidelines. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 33:1894-1902 DOI: 10.1002/etc.2614

Aguilar L*, Williams ES, Brooks BW, Usenko S. 2014. Development and application of a novel method for high-throughput determination of PCDD/Fs and PCBs in sediments. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 33:1529-1536 DOI: 10.1002/etc.2579

Watkins CD, Winemiller KO, Mora MA, Du B, Chambliss CK, Brooks BW, Phalen D. 2014. Assessment of mosquitofish, Gambusia affinis, health indicators in relation to domestic wastewater discharges in suburbs of Houston, USA. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 93(1):13-18 DOI: 10.1007/s00128-014-1248-z

Goldstein BD, Brooks BW, Cohen SD, Gates A, Honeycutt ME, Morris JB, Orme-Zavaleta J, Penning TM, Snawder JE. 2014. The role of toxicological science in meeting the challenges and opportunities of hydraulic fracturing (on behalf of Society of Toxicology). Toxicological Sciences 139: 271-283.

Franzellitti S, Burattia S, Capolupoa M, Du B*, Haddad SP*, Chambliss CK, Brooks BW, Fabbria E. 2014. An exploratory investigation of various modes of action and potential adverse outcomes of fluoxetine in marine mussels. Aquatic Toxicology 151:14-26 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aquatox.2013.11.016

Hazelton PD*, Du B*, Haddad SP*, Fritts AK, Chambliss CK, Brooks BW, Bringolf RB. 2014. Chronic fluoxetine exposure alters movement and burrowing in adult freshwater mussels. Aquatic Toxicology 151-27-35 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aquatox.2013.12.019

Brooks BW. 2014. Fish on Prozac (and Zoloft): Ten Years Later. Aquatic Toxicology 151: 61-67 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aquatox.2014.01.007

Connors KA*, Valenti TW*, Lawless K*, Sackerman J*, Onaivi ES, Brooks BW, Gould GG. 2014, In press. Similar effects of anxiolytics targeting putative serotonin 5-HT1A to those targeting cannabinoid CB1 receptors on zebrafish (Danio rerio) behavior in novel environments. Aquatic Toxicology 151 105-113 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aquatox.2013.12.005

Subedi B*, Aguilar L*, Williams ES, Brooks BW, Usenko S. 2014. Selective pressurized liquid extraction technique capable of analyzing dioxins, furans, and PCBs in clams and crab tissue. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 92: 460-465 DOI: 10.1007/s00128-013-1162-9.

Du B*, Price AE*, Scott WC*, Kristofco LA*, Ramirez AJ, Chambliss CK, Yelderman JC, Brooks BW. 2014. Comparison of contaminants of emerging concern removal, discharge and water quality hazards among centralized and on-site wastewater treatment systems receiving common wastewater influent. Science of the Total Environment 466-467: 976-984

2013

Connors KA*, Du B*, Fitzsimmons PN, Hoffman AD, Chambliss CK, Nichols JW, Brooks BW. 2013. Enantiomer-specific biotransformation of select pharmaceuticals in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Chirality 25: 763-767

Lundgren VM, Roelke DL, Grover JP, Brooks BW, Prosser KN*, Scott WC*, Laws CA*, Umphres GD*. 2013. Interplay between ambient surface water mixing and manipulated hydraulic flushing: Implications for harmful algal bloom mitigation. Ecological Engineering 60: 289-298

Connors KA*, Du B*, Fitzsimmons PN, Hoffman AD, Chambliss CK, Nichols JW, Brooks BW. 2013. Comparative pharmaceutical metabolism by rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) liver S9 fractions. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 32:1810-1818 DOI: 10.1002/etc.2240

Grover JP, Roelke DL, Brooks BW, Gable GM*, Neisch MT*, Hayden NJ*, Valenti TW*, Prosser KN*, Umphres GD*, Hewitt NC*. 2013. Ammonium treatments to suppress toxic blooms of Prymnesium parvum in a subtropical lake of semi-arid climate: results from in situ mesocosm experiments. Water Research 47: 4274-4285.

Garcia SN*, Clubbs RL*, Stanley JK*, Scheffe B*, Yelderman JC, Brooks BW. 2013. Comparative analysis of effluent water quality from a municipal treatment plant and two on-site wastewater treatment systems. Chemosphere 92: 38-44.

Kolkmeier MA*, Brooks BW. 2013. Sublethal silver and NaCl toxicity in Daphnia magna : A comparative study of standardized chronic endpoints and progeny phototaxis. Ecotoxicology 22: 693-706.

Bian J*, Berninger JP*, Fulton BA*, Brooks BW. 2013. Nutrient stoichiometry and concentrations influence silver toxicity in the aquatic macrophyte Lemna gibba. Science of the Total Environment 449: 229-236.

Brooks BW, Ankley GT, Boxall ABA, Rudd M. 2013. Towards sustainable environmental quality: A call to prioritize global research needs. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 9: 179-180.

2012

Boxall ABA, Rudd M, Brooks BW, Caldwell D, Choi K, Hickmann S, Innes E, Ostapyk K, Staveley J, Verslycke T, Ankley GT, Beazley K, Belanger S, Berninger JP*, Carriquiriborde P, Coors A, DeLeo P, Dyer S, Ericson J, Gagne F, Giesy JP, Gouin T, Hallstrom L, Karlsson M*, Larsson DGJ, Lazorchak J, Mastrocco F, McLaughlin A, McMaster M, Meyerhoff R, Moore R, Parrott J, Snape J, Murray-Smith R, Servos M, Sibley PK, Straub JO, Szabo N, Tetrault G, Topp E, Trudeau VL, van Der Kraak G. 2012. Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products in the Environment: What are the Big Questions? Environmental Health Perspectives 120: 1221-1229.

Brain RA, Brooks BW. 2012. Considerations and Criteria for the Incorporation of Mechanistic Sub-Lethal Endpoints into Environmental Risk Assessment for Biologically Active Compounds. In: Brooks BW, Huggett DB (Eds). Human Pharmaceuticals in the Environment: Current and Future Perspectives. Springer, New York. pp. 139-165.

Brausch JM, Connors KA*, Brooks BW, Rand GM. 2012. Human pharmaceuticals in the aquatic environment: A critical review of recent toxicological studies and considerations for toxicity testing. Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 218: 1-99.

Brooks BW, Berninger JP, Ramirez AJ, Huggett DB. 2012. Perspectives on Human Pharmaceuticals in the Environment. In: Brooks BW, Huggett DB (Eds). Human Pharmaceuticals in the Environment: Current and Future Perspectives. Springer, New York. pp. 1-16.

Brooks BW, Berninger JP, Kristofco LA*, Ramirez AJ, Stanley JK, Valenti TW. 2012, Pharmaceuticals in the Environment: Lessons learned for reducing uncertainties in environmental risk assessment. Progress in Molecular Biology and Translational Science 112: 231-258.

Brooks BW, Covaci A, Barcelo D. 2012. Pharmaceuticals and Illicit Drugs in Aquatic Systems, Editorial for Virtual Special Issue. Science of the Total Environment http://www.journals-elsevier.com/science-of-the-total-environment/virtual-special-issue/pharmaceuticals-and-illicit-drugs-in-aquatic-systems/

Brooks BW, Huggett DB (Eds). 2012. Human Pharmaceuticals in the Environment: Current and Future Perspectives. Springer, New York. ISBN 978-1-4614-3419-1. 302 p.

Du B*, Perez-Hurtado P*, Brooks BW, Chambliss CK. 2012, Evaluation of an isotope dilution liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry method for pharmaceuticals in fish. Journal of Chromatography A 1253: 177-183.

Forbes MG, Doyle RD, Scott JT*, Stanley JK*, Huang H*, Fulton BA*, Brooks BW. 2012. Carbon sink to source: Longitudinal gradients of planktonic P:R ratios in subtropical reservoirs. Biogeochemistry 107: 81-93.

Grover JP, Roelke DL, Brooks BW. 2012. Modeling of plankton community dynamics characterized by algal toxicity and allelopathy: A focus on historical Prymnesium parvum blooms in a Texas reservoir. Ecological Modeling 227: 147’ 161.

Hayden NJ*, Roelke DL, Brooks BW, Grover JP, Neisch MT*, Valenti TW*, Prosser KN*, Gable GM*, Umphres GD*, Hewitt NC*. 2012. Beyond hydraulic displacement, deep water mixing takes the harm out of an algal bloom. Harmful Algae 20: 42-57.

Jacobsen NW*, Brooks BW, Halling-S’rensen B. 2012. Suggesting a testing strategy for possible endocrine effects of drug metabolites. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 62: 441-448

Neisch M*, Roelke DL, Brooks BW, Grover JP, Masser M*. 2012, In press. Stimulating effect of Anabaena sp. exudate on Prymnesium parvum. Journal of Phycology 48: 1045-1049.

Prosser KN*, Valenti TW*, Hayden NJ*, Neisch MT*, Hewitt NC*, Umphres GD*, Gable GM*, Grover JP, Roelke DL, Brooks BW. 2012. Low pH preempts bloom development of a toxic haptophyte. Harmful Algae 201: 156-164.

Roelke DL, Brooks BW, Grover JP, Gable GM*, Schwierzke-Wade L*, Hewitt NC1*. 2012, In press. Anticipated human population and climate change effects on algal blooms of a toxic haptophyte in the southcentral USA. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 69: 1389-1404.

Subedi B*, Du B*, Chambliss CK, Koschorrek J, R’del H, Quack M, Brooks BW, Usenko S. 2012, Occurrence of pharmaceuticals and personal care products in German fish tissue: A national study. Environmental Science and Technology 46: 9047-9056.

Valenti TV*, Gould GG, Berninger JP*, Connors KA*, Keele NB, Prosser KN*, Brooks BW. 2012. Human therapeutic plasma levels of the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) sertraline decrease serotonin reuptake transporter binding and shelter seeking behavior in adult male fathead minnows. Environmental Science and Technology 46: 2427-2435.

Voutchkova AM, Kostal J*, Connors KA*, Brooks BW, Anastas P, Zimmerman JB. 2012. Towards rational molecular design for reduced chronic aquatic toxicity. Green Chemistry 14: 1001-1008.

Williams ES, Brooks BW. 2012. Human Health Risk Assessment of Pharmaceuticals in the Environment: Existing Practice, Uncertainty, and Future Directions. In: Brooks BW, Huggett DB (Eds). Human Pharmaceuticals in the Environment: Current and Future Perspectives. Springer, New York. pp. 167-224.

2011

Berninger JP*, Du B*, Connors KA*, Eytcheson SA*, Kolkmeier MA*, Prosser KN*, Valenti TW*, Chambliss CK, Brooks BW. 2011. Effects of the antihistamine diphenhydramine to select aquatic organisms. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 30: 2065-2072.

Berninger JP*, Williams ES, Brooks BW. 2011. An initial probabilistic hazard assessment of oil dispersants approved by the United States National Contingency Plan. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 30: 1704-1708.

Brooks BW, Grover JP, Roelke DL. 2011. Prymnesium parvum , An emerging threat to inland waters. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 30: 1955-1965. ETC Focus Feature Article.

Brooks BW, Valenti TW, Cook-Lindsay BA, Forbes MG, Scott JT, Stanley JK, Doyle RD. 2011. Influence of Climate Change on Reservoir Water Quality Assessment and Management: Effects of Reduced Inflows on Diel pH and Site-Specific Contaminant Hazards. In: Climate: Global Change and Local Adaptation , I Linkov, TS Bridges (Ed), NATO Scientific Affairs Division, Springer. pp. 495-528.

Daughton CG, Brooks BW. 2011. Active pharmaceuticals ingredients and aquatic organisms. In: Environmental Contaminants in Wildlife : Interpreting Tissue Concentrations 2nd Ed. Meador J, Beyer N (Eds), Taylor and Francis. pp. 281-341.

Grover JP, Crane KW*, Baker JW, Brooks BW, Roelke DL. 2011. Spatial variation of harmful algae and their toxins in flowing-water habitats: a theoretical exploration. Journal of Plankton Research 33: 211-228.

James SV*, Valenti TW*, Prosser KP, Grover JP, Roelke DL, Brooks BW. 2011. Sunlight amelioration of Prymnesium parvum acute toxicity to fish. Journal of Plankton Research 33: 265-272.

James SV*, Valenti, TW*, Roelke DL, Grover JP, Brooks BW. 2011. Probabilistic ecological hazard assessment of microcystin-LR allelopathy to Prymnesium parvum. Journal of Plankton Research 33: 319-332.

Roelke DL, Grover JP, Brooks BW, Glass J, Buzan D, Southard GM, Fries L, Gable GM, Schwierzke-Wade L, Byrd M, Nelson J. 2011. A decade of fish-killing Prymnesium parvum, blooms in Texas: Roles of inflow and salinity. Journal of Plankton Research 33: 243-254.

Schwierzke-Wade L*, Roelke DL, Valenti TW*, Brooks BW, Grover JP. 2011. Prymnesium parvum bloom termination: Role of hydraulic dilution. Journal of Plankton Research 33: 309-318.

Soh L*, Connors KA*, Brooks BW, Zimmerman JB. 2011. Fate of sucralose through environmental and water treatment processes and impact on plant indicator species. Environmental Science and Technology 45: 1363-1369.

Usenko CY*, Robinson EM*, Usenko S, Brooks BW, Bruce EB. 2011. PBDE developmental effects on embryonic zebrafish. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 30: 1865-1872.

Valenti TW*, Taylor JT*, Back JA*, King RS, Brooks BW. 2011. Influence of drought and total phosphorus on diel pH in wadeable streams: Implications for ecological risk assessment of ionizable contaminants. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 7: 636-647.

Voutchkova AM, Kostal J, Steinfeld JB, Emerson JW, Brooks BW, Anastas P, Zimmerman JB. 2011. Towards rational molecular design: derivation of property guidelines for reduced acute aquatic toxicity. Green Chemistry 13: 2373-2379.

Wenning RJ, Apitz SE, Backhaus T, Barnthouse L, Batley G, Brooks BW, Chapman PM, Griffin M, Kapustka L, Landis W, Leung KMY, Linkov I, Seager TP, Suter G, Tannenbaum L. 2011. The challenges posed by radiation and radionuclide releases to the environment. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 7: 360-361.

Williams ES, Berninger JP*, Brooks BW. 2011. Application of chemical toxicity distributions to ecotoxicology data requirements under REACH. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 30: 1943-1954

2010

Backhaus T, Brooks BW, Kapustka L. 2010. Chemical risk assessment: pressures, perceptions and expectations. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 6: 323-324.

Berninger JP*, Brooks BW. 2010. Leveraging mammalian pharmaceutical toxicology and pharmacology data to predict chronic fish responses to pharmaceuticals. Toxicology Letters 193: 69-78.

Brooks BW, James SV*, Valenti Jr. TW*, Urena_Boeck F*, Serrano C*, Berninger JP*, Schwierzke L*, Mydlarz LD, Grover JP, & DL Roelke. 2010. Comparative toxicity of Prymnesium parvum. in inland waters. Journal of American Water Resources Association 46: 45-62.

Evans DA, Newman MC, Lavine M, Jaworska JS, Toll J, Brooks BW, Brock TCM. 2010. The Bayesian vantage for dealing with uncertainty. In: Warren-Hicks W, Hart A (Eds). Application of Uncertainty Analysis to Ecological Risks of Pesticides. CRC Press/SETAC Press, Pensacola FL. pp. 71-87.

Fulton BA*, Brain RA, Usenko S, Back JA*, Brooks BW. 2010. Exploring Lemna gibba thresholds to nutrient and chemical stressors: differential effects of triclosan on internal stoichiometry and nitrate uptake across a N:P gradient. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 29: 2363’2370.

Grover JP, Baker JW, Roelke DL, & BW Brooks. 2010. Mathematical models of population dynamics of Prymnesium parvum in inland waters. Journal of American Water Resources Association 46: 92-107.

Roelke DL, Schwierzke L*, Brooks BW, Grover JP, Errera RM, Valenti Jr. TW*, & JL Pinckney. 2010. Factors influencing Prymnesium parvum population dynamics in subtropical lakes: The potential role of cyanobacterial allelopathy. Journal of American Water Resources Association 46: 76-91.

Roelke DL, Gable GM, Valenti TW*, Grover JP, Brooks BW, Pinckney JL. 2010. Hydraulic flushing as a Prymnesium parvum bloom-terminating mechanism in a subtropical lake. Harmful Algae 9: 323-332.

Schug KA, Skingel TS*, Spencer SE*, Serrano C*, Le CQ*, Schug CA*, Valenti Jr. TW*, Brooks BW, Mydlarz LD, & JP Grover. 2010. Hemolytysis, fish mortality and LC-ESI-MS fingerprinting of cultured crude and fractionated golden alga (Prymnesium parvum)Journal of American Water Resources Association 46: 33-44.

Schwierzke L*, Roelke DL, Brooks BW, Grover JP, Valenti, Jr TW*, Lahousse M*, Miller CJ*, & JL Pinckney. 2010. Prymnesium parvum population dynamics during bloom development: a role assessment of grazers and virus. Journal of American Water Resources Association 46: 63-75.

Skingel TR*, Spencer SE*, Le CQ*, Serrano CA*, Mydlarz LD, Scarbrough BJ*, Schug KA, Brooks BW, Grover JP. 2010. Hemolytic toxicity and nutritional status of Prymnesium parvum during population growth. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 61: 141-148.

Valenti TW*, James SV*, Lahousse M*, Schug KA, Roelke DL, Grover JP, Brooks BW. 2010. A mechanistic explanation for pH-dependent ambient aquatic toxicity of Prymnesium parvum Carter. Toxicon 55: 990-998.

Valenti TW*, James SV*, Lahousse M*, Schug KA, Roelke DL, Grover JP, Brooks BW. 2010. Influence of pH on amine toxicology and implications for harmful algal bloom ecology. Toxicon 55: 1038-1043.

Woods HA, Poteet MF, Hitchings PD*, Brain RA, Brooks BW. 2010. Conservation physiology of the Plethodontid salamanders Eurycea nana and E. sosorum: Response to declining dissolved oxygen. Copeia 2010(4): 540-553.

2009

Baker JW*, Grover JP, Nair R*, Valenti Jr TW*, Brooks BW, & DL Roelke. 2009. Dynamics at the edge of the niche: an experimental study of the harmful alga Prymnesium parvum. Limnology and Oceanography 54: 1679’1687.

Brain RA, Hanson ML, Solomon KR, & BW Brooks. 2009. Targets, effects and risks in aquatic plants exposed to veterinary antibiotics. In Henderson K, Coats J (Eds). Veterinary Pharmaceuticals in the Environment. American Chemical Society, Washington DC. pp. 169-189.

Brooks BW, Huggett DB, Boxall ABA. 2009. Pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs): Research needs for the next decade. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 28: 2469-2472.

Brooks BW, Huggett DB, Brain RA, Ankley GT. 2009. Risk assessment considerations for veterinary medicines in aquatic systems. In Henderson K, Coats J (Eds). Veterinary Pharmaceuticals in the Environment. American Chemical Society, Washington DC. pp. 205-223.

Dobbins LL*, Usenko S, Brain RA, & BW Brooks. 2009. Probabilistic ecological hazard assessment of parabens using Daphnia magna and Pimephales promelas. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 28: 2744-2753.

Fulton BA*, Brain RA, Usenko S, Back JA*, King RS, & BW Brooks. 2009. Influence of N and P concentrations and ratios on Lemna gibba growth responses to triclosan in laboratory and stream mesocosm experiments. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 28: 2610-2621.

Mottaleb MA, Ramirez AJ*, Usenko S, Brooks BW, & CK Chambliss. 2009. Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry screening methods for select UV filters, synthetic musks, alkylphenols, an antimicrobial agent, and an insect repellent in fish. Journal of Chromatography A 1216: 815’823.

Ramirez AJ*, Brain RA, Usenko S, Mottaleb MA, O'Donnell JG, Stahl LL, Wathen JB, Snyder BD, Pitt JL, Perez-Hurtado P*, Dobbins LL*, Brooks BW, Chambliss CK. 2009. Occurrence of pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) in fish: Results of a national pilot study in the U.S. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 28: 2587-2597.

Scott JT, Stanley JK, Doyle RD, Forbes MG, Brooks BW. 2009. River’reservoir transition zones are nitrogen fixation hot spots regardless of ecosystem trophic state. Hydrobiologia 625: 61’68.

Stanley JK, & BW Brooks. 2009. Perspectives on ecological risk assessment of chiral compounds. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 5: 364’373.

Valenti TW Jr*, Perez Hurtado P*, Chambliss CK, Brooks BW. 2009. Aquatic toxicity of sertraline to Pimephales promelas at environmentally relevant surface water pH. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 28: 2685-2694.

2008

Brain RA, Hanson M, Solomon KR, Brooks BW. 2008. Aquatic plants exposed to pharmaceuticals: Effects and risks. Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 192: 67’ 115.

Brain RA, Ramirez AJ, Fulton BA*, Chambliss CK, & BW Brooks. 2008. Herbicidal effects of sulfamethoxazole in Lemna gibba: using p-aminobenzoic acid as a biomarker of effect. Environmental Science and Technology 42: 8965-8970.

Brooks BW, Ankley GT, Hobson JF, Lazorchak JM, Meyerhoff RD, Solomon KR. 2008. Assessing the Aquatic Hazards of Veterinary Medicines. In: Crane M, Barrett K, Boxall A (Eds). Effects of Veterinary Medicines in the Environment. CRC Press/Taylor and Francis, pp. 97-128.

Brooks BW, Maul J & JB Belden. 2008. Emerging Contaminants: Antibiotics in Aquatic and Terrestrial Ecosystems. In: Encyclopedia of Ecology. SE Jorgensen, BD Fath (Eds). Elsevier, Oxford UK., Vol. 1, pp. 210-217.

Brooks BW, Scott JT*, Forbes MG, Valenti TW*, Stanley JK*, Doyle RD, Dean LE, Patek J, Palacheck RM, Taylor RD, Koenig L. 2008. Reservoir zonationa and water quality: science, management and regulations. Lakeline28(4): 39-43

de Knect J, Boucard T, Brooks BW, Crane M, Gerould S, Koschorreck J, Scheef G, Solomon K, Zhixing Y. 2008. Environmental Risk Assessment and Management of Veterinary Medicines. In: Crane M, Boxall A, Barrett K (Eds). Effects of Veterinary Medicines in the Environment. CRC Press/Taylor and Francis. pp. 21-55.

Dobbins LL*, Brain RA & BW Brooks. 2008. Comparison of the sensitivities of common In Vitro and In Vivo assays of estrogenic activity: Application of chemical toxicity distributions. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 27: 2608-2616.

Errera RM*, Roelke DL, Kiesling R, Brooks BW, Grover JP, Ure’a-Boeck F*, Baker JW*, Schwierzke L* & JL Pinckney. 2008. The effect of nitrogen and phosphorus availability, barley straw extract, and immigration on Prymnesium parvum community dominance and toxicity: Results from in-lake microcosm experiments, Texas, USA. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 52: 33-44.

Forbes MG, Doyle RD, Scott JT, Stanley JK, Huang H*, & BW Brooks. 2008. Physical factors control carbon and nitrogen fixation in eight Texas reservoirs. Ecosystems 11: 1181-1197.

2007

Ankley GT, Brooks BW, Huggett DB, Sumpter JP. 2007. Repeating history: pharmaceuticals in the environment. Environmental Science and Technology 41: 8211-8217. *Feature article.

Baker JW*, Grover JP, Brooks BW, Ure’a-Boeck F*, Roelke DL, Errera RM* & RL Kiesling. 2007.Growth and toxicity of Prymnesium parvum (’golden algae’) as a function of salinity, light and temperature. Journal of Phycology 43: 219’227.

Clubbs RL* & BW Brooks. 2007. Daphnia magna responses to a vertebrate estrogen receptor agonist and an antagonist: A multigenerational study. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 67: 385-398.

Gould GG, Brooks BW, Frazer A. 2007. [3H] Citalopram binding to serotonin transporter sites in minnow brains. Basic and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology 101: 203-210.

Grover JP, Baker JW*, Ure’a-Boeck F*, Brooks BW, Errera RM*, Roelke DL, & RL Kiesling. 2007. Laboratory tests of ammonium and barley straw extract as agents to suppress abundance and toxicity to fish of the harmful alga Prymnesium parvum. Water Research 41: 2503-2512.

Ramirez AJ*, Mottaleb MA, Brooks BW, Chambliss CK. 2007. Analysis of pharmaceuticals in fish tissue using liquid chromatography - tandem mass spectrometry. Analytical Chemistry 79: 3155-3163.

Roelke DL, Errera RM*, Kiesling RL, Brooks BW, Grover JP, Ure’a-Boeck F*, Baker JW* & JL Pinckney. 2007. Effects of nutrient enrichment on Prymnesium parvum population dynamics and toxicity: results from field experiments, Lake Possum Kingdom, USA. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 46: 125’140.

Stanley JK*, Ramirez AJ*, Chambliss CK, Brooks BW. 2007. Enantiospecific sublethal effects of the antidepressant fluoxetine to a model aquatic vertebrate and invertebrate. Chemosphere 69: 9-16.

2006

Brooks BW, Riley TM, & RD Taylor. 2006. Water quality of effluent-dominated stream ecosystems: ecotoxicological, hydrological, and management considerations. Hydrobiologia 556: 365-379.

Dzialowski EM, Turner PK, & BW Brooks. 2006. Physiological and reproductive effects of Beta adrenergic receptor antagonists on Daphnia magna. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 50: 503-510.

Stanley JK*, Ramirez AJ*, Mottaleb M, Chambliss CK, & BW Brooks. 2006. Enantio-specific toxicity of the B-blocker propranolol to Daphnia magna and Pimephales promelas. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 25: 1780-1786.

2005

Brooks BW, Chambliss CK, Stanley JK*, Ramirez AJ*, Banks KE, Johnson RD & RJ Lewis. 2005. Determination of select antidepressants in fish from an effluent-dominated stream. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 24:464-469.

Brooks BW, Richards SM, Weston J*, Turner PK*, Stanley JK*, La Point TW, Brain R*, Glidewell EA*, Massengale ARD, Smith W*, Blank CL, Solomon KR, Slattery M & CM Foran. 2005. Aquatic ecotoxicology of fluoxetine: a review of recent research. In: Hot Spot Pollutants: Pharmaceuticals in the Environment. In: Dietrich D, Webb S, Petry T (Eds.). Academic Press/Elsevier. pp. 165-187.

Stanley JK*, Brooks BW & TW La Point. 2005. A comparison of chronic cadmium effects on Hyalella azteca in effluent-dominated stream mecocosms to similar laboratory exposures in effluent and reconstituted hard water. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 24: 902-908.

2004

Brooks BW, Stanley JK*, White JC*, Turner PK*, Wu KB & TW La Point. 2004. Laboratory and field responses to cadmium in effluent-dominated stream mecocosms. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 23: 464-469.

Foran CM, Weston JJ*, Slattery M., Brooks BW & DB Huggett. 2004. Reproductive assessment of Japanese medaka(Oryzian latipes) following a four-week fluoxetine exposure. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 46: 511-517.

2003

Brooks BW, Foran CM, Richards S, Weston JJ*, Turner PK*, Stanley JK*, Solomon K, Slattery M & TW La Point. 2003. Aquatic ecotoxicology of fluoxetine. Toxicology Letters 142: 169-83.

Brooks BW, Foran CM, Weston J*, Peterson BN*, La Point TW & DB Huggett. 2003. Linkages between population demographics and municipal effluent estrogenicity. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 71: 504-511.

Brooks BW, Turner PK*, Stanley JK*, Weston J*, Glidewell E*, Foran CM, Slattery M, La Point TW & DB Huggett. 2003. Waterborne and sediment toxicity of fluoxetine to selected organisms. Chemosphere 52: 135-142.

Huggett DB, Foran CM, Brooks BW, Weston JJ*, Peterson B*, Marsh E*, La Point TW & D Schlenk. 2003. Comparison of in vitro and in vivo, bioassays for estrogenicity in effluent from North American municipal wastewater facilities. Toxicological Sciences 72: 77-83.

Marsh KE*, Foran CM, Willet K, & BW Brooks. 2003. Aquatic Resources and Human Health. In: Achieving Sustainable Freshwater Systems: A Web of Connections. In: Holland MM, Blood ER, Shaffer L(Eds.). Island Press, New York. pp-65-83.


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