Publications

171. Dong B, Kahl A, Cheng L, Vo H, Ruehl S, Zhang T, Snyder SA, Quanrud D, Arnold RA. Fate of trace organics in a wastewater effluent dependent stream. Science of the Total Environment. 518-519:479-490.

170. Snyder SA, Benotti MJ, Rosario-Ortiz F, Vanderford BJ, Drewes JE, Dickenson ERV. Comparison of Chemical Composition of Reclaimed and Conventional Waters. WateReuse Research Foundation. Report 06-006. 205 pages.

169. Merel S, Nikiforov AI, Snyder SA. Potential analytical interferences and seasonal variability in diethyltoluamide environmental monitoring programs. Chemosphere. 127:238-245.

168. Millan M, Tennyson PA, Snyder SA. Model Communication Plans for Increasing Awareness and Fostering Acceptance of Direct Potable Reuse. WateReuse Research Foundation Report# 13-02. 238 pgs.

167. Balachandran R, Patterson Z, Deymier P, Snyder SA, Keswani M. Understanding Acoustic Cavitation for Sonolytic Degradation of p-Cresol as a Model Contaminant. Chemosphere. (In Review)

166. Jia A, Escher BI, Leusche FDL, Tang JYM, Prochazkae E, Dong B, Snyder EM, Snyder SA. In vitro bioassays to evaluate complex chemical mixtures in recycled water. Water Research (In Review)

165. Anumol T, Clarke BO, Merel A, Snyder SA. Effectiveness of Point-of-Use Devices for Attenuation of Trace Organic Compounds in Water. Journal of the American Water Works Association. (In Review)

164. Clarke BO, Anumol T, Barlaz M, Snyder SA. Investigating Landfill Leachate as a Source of Trace Organic Pollutants. Chemosphere (In Press).

163. Snyder SA and Anumol T. “Emerging Chemical Contaminants: How Chemical Development Outpaces Impact Assessment.” In: ISSUES IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY VOLUME NO. 40. Royal Society of Chemistry (In Press).

162. Anumol T, Sgroi M, Park M, Roccaro P, Snyder SA. Predicting Trace Organic Compound Breakthrough in Granular Activated Carbon using Fluorescence and UV Absorbance as Surrogates. Water Research. (In Press).

161. Sgri M, Roccaro P, Oelker GL, Snyder SA. N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) formation at an indirect potable reuse facility. Water Research. 70:174-183.

160. Anumol T and Snyder SA. Rapid Analysis of Trace Organic Compounds in Water by Automated Online Solid-Phase Extraction Coupled to Liquid Chromatography-Tandem Mass Spectrometry. Talanta. 132:77-86.

159. Yu H.-W., Oh S.-G., Kim IS, Pepper I, Snyder S, Jang A. Formation and speciation of haloacetic acids in seawater desalination using chlorine dioxide as disinfectant. Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry. (In Press)

158. Hardwick RN, Clarke JD, Lake AD, Canet MJ, Anumol T, Street SM, Merrell MD, Goedken MJ, Snyder SA, Cherrington NJ. Increased Susceptibility to Methotrexate-Induced Toxicity in Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis. Toxicological Sciences. 142 (1):45-55.

157. Paranychianakis NV, Salgot M, Snyder SA, Angelakis AN. Water Reuse in EU-States: Necessity for Uniform Criteria to Mitigate Human and Environmental Risks. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology. (In Press).

156. Plumlee MH, Stanford BD, Debroux JF, Hopkins DC, Snyder SA. Costs of Advanced Treatment in Water Reclamation. Ozone Science & Engineering. 35(5):485-495.

155. Choi H, Woo NC, Jang M, Cannon FS, Snyder SA. Magnesium Oxide Impregnated Polyurethane for the Removal of Manganese from Acid Mine Drainage. Separation and Purification Technology. (In Press).

154. Sgroi M, Roccaro P, Oelker GL, Snyder SA. N-Nitrosodimethylamine Formation upon Ozonation and Identification of Precursors Source in a Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant. Environmental Science & Technology (In Press).

153. Merel S, Anumol T, Park M, Snyder SA. Occurrence of Trace Organic Contaminants in Wastewater and Assessment of Their Removal by UV Processes Through a Multilevel Analytical Approach. (In Press for Journal of Hazardous Materials).

152. Clarke BO, Anumol T, Barlaz M, Snyder SA. Investigating Landfill Leachate as a Source of Trace Organic Pollutants. (In preparation for Chemosphere).

151. Kolodziej E, Cwiertny D, Snyder SA, Schlenk D. Environmental Designer Drugs: When Transformation Does Not Eliminate Risk. Environmental Science & Technology (Invited Feature Article – In Press).

150. Anumol T and Snyder SA. Rapid Analysis of Trace Organic Compounds in Water by Automated Online Solid-Phase Extraction Coupled to Liquid Chromatography-Tandem Mass Spectrometry. (In Press for Talanta).

149. Snyder SA. Emerging Chemical Contaminants: Looking for Better Harmony. Journal of the American Water Works Association. 106(8):38-52.

148. Kang K, Jang M, Cui M, Qiu P, Park B, Snyder SA, Khim J. Preparation and characterization of magnetic-core titanium dioxide: Implications for photocatalytic removal of ibuprofen. Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical 390:178–186.

147. Escher BI, Allinson M, Altenburger R, Bain PA, Balaguer P, Busch W, Crago J, Denslow ND, Dopp E, Hilscherova K., Humpage AR, Kumar A, Grimaldi M, Jayasinghe BS; Jarosova B, Jia A, Makarov S, Maruya KA, Medvedev A, Mehinto AC, Mendez JE, Poulsen A, Prochazka E, Richard J, Schifferli A, Schlenk D, Scholz S, Shiraishi F, Snyder S, Su G, Tang JYM, Burg B, Linden SC, Werner I, Westerheide SD, Wong CKC, Yang M, Yeung BHY, Zhang X, Leusch FD. Benchmarking Organic Micropollutants in Wastewater, Recycled Water and Drinking Water with In Vitro Bioassays. Environ. Sci. Technol. 48(3):1940-1956.

146. Sherchan SP, Snyder SA, Gerba CP, Pepper IL. Online monitoring of Escherichia coli and Bacillus thuringiensis spore inactivation after advanced oxidation treatment. J. Environ. Sci. Health Part A-Toxic/Hazard. Subst. Environ. Eng. 49(8):933-939.

145. Anumol T, Clarke BO, Merel S, Snyder SA. Effectiveness of Point-of-Use Devices for Attenuation of Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care Products, and Perfluoroalkyl Substances in Water. (In Preparation).

144. Vanderford BJ, Drewes JE, Eaton A, Guo Y, Haghani A, Hoppe-Jones C, Schluesener M, Snyder SA, Ternes T, Wood CJ. Results of an Interlaboratory Comparison of Analytical Methods for Contaminants of Emerging Concern in Water. Analytical Chemistry. 86(1):774–782.

143. Maruya KA, Schlenk D, Anderson PD, Denslow ND, Drewes JE, Olivieri AW, Scott GI, Snyder SA. An Adaptive, Comprehensive Monitoring Strategy for Chemicals of Emerging Concern (CECs) in California’s Aquatic Ecosystems. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management. 10(1):69-77.

142. Sengupta A, Lyons JM, Smith DJ, Drewes JE, Snyder SA, Heil A, Maruya KA. The Occurrence and Fate of Chemicals of Emerging Concern in Coastal Urban Rivers Receiving Discharge of Treated Municipal Wastewater Effluent. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 33(2):350-358.

141. Young MH, Green RL, Conkle JL, McCollough M, Devitt DA, Wright L, Vanderford BJ, Snyder SA. Field-Scale Monitoring of Pharmaceutical Compounds Applied to Active Golf Courses by Recycled Water. Journal of Environmental Quality. 43(2):658-670.

140. Bullock JD, Elder BL, Warwar RE, Snyder SA, Sizemore IE. Mechanism of Drug Failure in Fusarium Keratitis, 2004–2006. New England Journal of Medicine. 370(1):88-89

139. Ryu J, Oh J, Snyder SA, Yoon Y. Determination of micropollutants in combined sewer overflows and their removal in a wastewater treatment plant (Seoul, South Korea). Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 186:3239–3251.

138. Sherchan SP, Snyder SA, Gerba CP, Pepper IL. Inactivation of MS2 coliphage by UV and hydrogen peroxide: Comparison by cultural and molecular methodologies. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A: Toxic/Hazardous Substances and Environmental Engineering. 49(4):397-403.

137. Merel S, Villarín MC, Chung K, Snyder S. Spatial and thematic distribution of research on cyanotoxins. Toxicon 76:118-131.

136. Makris KC, Andra SS, Herrick L, Christophi CA, Snyder SA, Hauser R. Association of drinking-water source and use characteristics with urinary antimony concentrations. J. Expo. Sci. Environ. Epidemiol. 23(2):120-127.

135. Pisarenko AN, Stanford BD, Snyder SA, Rivera SB, Boal AK. Investigation of the use of Chlorine Based Advanced Oxidation in Surface Water: Oxidation of Natural Organic Matter and Formation of Disinfection Byproducts. Journal of Advanced Oxidation Technologies. 16(1):137-150.

134. Gamage S, Gerrity D, Pisarenko AN, Wert EC, Snyder SA. Evaluation of Process Control Alternatives for the Inactivation of Escherichia coli, MS2 Bacteriophage, and Bacillus subtilis Spores during Wastewater Ozonation. Ozone Science & Engineering. 35(6):501-513.

133. Merel S, Walker D, Chicana R, Snyder S, Baurès E, Thomas O. State of knowledge and concerns on cyanobacterial blooms and cyanotoxins. Environment International 59:303-327.

132. Kim J, Park M, Snyder SA, Kim JH. Reverse osmosis (RO) and pressure retarded osmosis (PRO) hybrid processes: Model-based scenario study. Desalination 322:121-130.

131. Gerrity D, Holady JC, Mawhinney DB, Quiñones O, Trenholm RA, Snyder SA. The Effects of Solids Retention Time in Full-Scale Activated Sludge Basins on Trace Organic Contaminant Concentrations. Water Environment Research 85(8):715-724.

130. Anumol T, Merel S, Clarke BO, Snyder SA. Ultra high performance liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry for rapid analysis of trace organic contaminants in water. Chemistry Central Journal 7(104)

129. Lee Y, Gerrity D, Lee M, Bogeat AE, Salhi E, Gamage S, Trenholm RA, Wert EC, Snyder SA, von Gunten U. Prediction of micropollutant elimination during ozonation of municipal wastewater effluents: Use of kinetic and water specific information. Environmental Science & Technology. 47(11):5872-5881.

128. Drewes JE, Anderson P, Denslow N, Olivieri A, Schlenk D, Snyder SA, and KA Maruya. Designing monitoring programs for chemicals of emerging concern in potable reuse - what to include and what not to include? Water Science and Technology. 67(2): 433-439.

127. Makris KC, Andra S, Jia A, Herrick L, Christophi C, Snyder SA, Hauser R. The Association between Water Consumption from Polycarbonate Containers and Bisphenol-A Intake during Harsh Environmental Conditions in Summer. Environmental Science & Technology. 47(7):3333-3343.

126. Park M, Lee J, Hong S, Snyder SA, Kim JH. Modeling of Colloidal Fouling in Forward Osmosis Mebrane: Effects of Reverse Draw Solution Permeation. Desalination. 314:115-123.

125. Arnold RG, Saez AE, Snyder SA, Maeng SK, Lee C, Woods GJ, Li X, Choi H. Direct potable reuse of reclaimed wastewater: it is time for a rational discussion. Reviews of Environmental Health. 27(4):197-206.

124. Gerrity D, Gamage S, Jones D, Korshin GV, Lee Y, Pisarenko A, Trenholm RA, von Gunten U, Wert EC, Snyder SA. Development of surrogate correlation models to predict trace organic contaminant oxidation and microbial inactivation during ozonation. Water Research. 46(19):6257-6272.

123. Mawhinney DB, Vanderford BJ, Snyder SA. Transformation of 1H-Benzotriazole by Ozone in Aqueous Solution. Environmental Science & Technology. 46(13):7102-7111.

122. Lekkerkerker-Teunissena K, Benotti MJ, Snyder SA, van Dijk HC. Transformation of atrazine, carbamazepine, diclofenac and sulfamethoxazole by low and medium pressure UV and UV/H2O2 treatment. Separation and Purification Technology. 96:33-43.

121. Wright L, Devitt DA, Young MH, Gan J, Vanderford BJ, Snyder SA, McCullough M, Dodgen L. Fate and Transport of Thirteen Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Products in a Controlled Irrigated Turfgrass System. Agronomy Journal. 105(5):1244-1254.

120. Vidal-Dorsch, DE, Bay SM, Maruya K, Snyder SA, Trenholm RA, Vanderford BJ. Contaminants of emerging concern in municipal wastewater effluents and marine receiving water. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry. 31(12):2674-2682.

119. Bull RJ, Kolisetty N, Zhang XL, Muralidhara S, Quinones, Lim KY, Guo ZX, Cotruvo JA, Fisher JW, Yang XX, Delker D, Snyder SA, Cummings BS. Absorption and disposition of bromate in F344 rats. Toxicology. 300 (1-2):83-91.

118. Holady JC, Trenholm RA, Snyder SA. Use of Automated Solid-Phase Extraction and GC-MS/MS to Evaluate Nitrosamines in Water Matrices. American Laboratory. 44(3):25-30.

117. Bao LJ, Maruya KA, Snyder SA, Zeng EY. China's water pollution by persistent organic pollutants. Environmental Pollution. 163:100-108.

116. Pisarenko AN, Stanford BD, Yan DX, Gerrity D, Snyder SA. Effects of ozone and ozone/peroxide on trace organic contaminants and NDMA in drinking water and water reuse applications. Water Research. 46(2):316-326.

115. Snyder SA. “Occurrence of Pharmaceuticals in US Drinking Water.” In Contaminants of Emerging Concern in the Environment: Ecological and Human Health Considerations. Rolf Halden (Editor), ACS Symposium Series, American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, USA. Chapter 3:69-80.

114. Stanford BD, Pisarenko AN, Holbrook RD, Snyder SA. Preozonation Effects on the Reduction of Reverse Osmosis Membrane Fouling in Water Reuse. Ozone: Science & Engineering. 33(5):379-388.

113. Holbrook RD, Motabar D, Quinones O, Stanford BD, Snyder SA. Titanium distribution in a swimming pool - The case for dissolution. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 74(12): A410-A410.

112. Gerrity D, Gamage S, Holady JC, Mawhinney DB, Quinones O, Trenholm RA, Snyder SA. Pilot-scale evaluation of ozone and biological activated carbon for trace organic contaminant mitigation and disinfection. Water Research 45(5):2155-2165.

111. Laws BV, Dickenson ERV, Johnson TA, Snyder SA, Drewes JE. Attenuation of contaminants of emerging concern during surface-spreading aquifer recharge. Science of the Total Environment. 409:1087-1094.

110. Gerrity D and Snyder SA. Review of Ozone for Water Reuse Applications: Toxicity, Regulations, and Trace Organic Contaminant Oxidation. Ozone Science and Engineering. 33:253-266.

109. Mawhinney DB, Young RB, Vanderford BJ, Borch T, Snyder SA. The Artificial Sweetener Sucralose in U.S. Drinking Water Systems. Environmental Science and Technology. 45:8716-8722

108. Sarp S, Stanford B, Snyder SA, Cho J. Ozone oxidation of desalinated seawater, with respect to optimized control of boron and bromate. Desalination and Water Treatment. 27:308-312.

107. Gerrity D, Trenholm RA, Snyder SA. Temporal variations in pharmaceuticals and illicit drugs in wastewater during a major sporting event. Water Research. 45(17):5399-5411.

106. Gerrity D and Snyder SA. The Economic Value of Water in Metropolitan Areas of the United States. Water Policy. 13:443-458.

105. Vanderford BJ, Mawhinney DB, Trenholm RA, Zeigler-Holady JC, Snyder SA. Assessment of sample preservation techniques for pharmaceuticals, personal care products, and steroids in surface and drinking water. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry. 339:2227-2234.

104. Stanford BD, Pisarenko AN, Snyder SA, Gordon G. Perchlorate, bromate, and chlorate in hypochlorite solutions: guidelines for utilities. Journal of the American Water Works Association. 103(6):71-83. (yielded Best Paper Award from the AWWA for 2011)

103. Dickenson ERV, Snyder SA, Sedlak DL, Drewes JE. Indicator Compounds for Assessment of Wastewater Effluent Contributions to Flow and Water Quality. Water Research 45:1199-1212.

102. Makris KC and Snyder SA. Screening of pharmaceuticals and endocrine disrupting compounds in water supplies of Cyprus. Water Science & Technology 62.11:2720-2728.

101. Bruce GM, Pleus RC, Snyder SA. Toxicological Relevance of Pharmaceuticals in Drinking Water. Environmental Science & Technology. 41(14):5619-5626.

100. Stanford BD, Trenholm RA, Holady JC, Vanderford BJ, Snyder SA. Estrogenic Activity of US Drinking Waters: A Relative Exposure Comparison. Journal of the American Water Works Association. 110(11):55-65.

99. Stanford BD, Benotti MJ, Snyder SA. “Impact of Endocrine Disruptors on the Water Industry” In Endocrine Toxicology. J.T. Stevens and J.C. Eldridge (Editors).

98. Gerrity D, Benotti MJ, Reckhow DA, Snyder SA. Pharmaceuticals and Potential Endocrine Disrupting Compounds in Drinking Water. In Biophysio-Chemical Processes of Anthropogenic Compounds in Environmental Systems, Volume 3. B. Ying (eds.), IUPAC-Wiley.

97. Snyder SA and Benotti MJ. Endocrine Disruptors and Pharmaceuticals: Implications for Water Sustainability. Water Science and Technology. 61.1:145-154.

96. Anderson P, Denslow N, Drewes JE, Oliveri A, Schlenk D, Snyder SA. Monitoring Strategies for Chemicals of Emerging Concern (CECs) in Recycled Water. A report for the State of California – State Water Resources Control Board. 220 pgs.

95. Rosario-Ortiz FL, Wert EC, Snyder SA. Evaluation of UV/H2O2 Treatment for the Oxidation of Pharmaceuticals in Wastewater. Water Research. 44:1440-1448.

94. Gerrity D, Stanford BD, Trenholm RA, Snyder SA. An Evaluation of a Pilot-Scale Nonthermal Plasma Advanced Oxidation Process for Trace Organic Compound Degradation. Water Research. 44(2):493-504.

93. Yoon Y, Ryu J, Oh J, Choi BG, Snyder SA. Occurrence of Endocrine Disrupting Compounds, Pharmaceuticals, and Personal Care Products in the Han River (Seoul, South Korea). Science of the Total Environment. 408(3):636-643.

92. Benotti MJ, Stanford BD, Snyder SA. Impact of Drought on Wastewater Contaminants in an Urban Water Supply. Journal of Environmental Quality. 39(4):1196-1200.

91. Pisarenko AN, Stanford BD, Quiñones O, Pacey GE, Gordon G, Snyder SA. Rapid Analysis of Perchlorate, Chlorate and Bromate Ions in Concentrated Sodium Hypochlorite Solutions. Analytica Chimica Acta. 659:216-223.

90. Stanford BD, Leising JF, Bond RG, Snyder SA. Inland Desalination: Current Practices, Environmental Implications, and Case Studies in Las Vegas, NV. In Sustainable Water for the Future: Water Recycling Versus Desalination. Escobar I and Schäfer A (eds). Elsevier, The Netherlands. Chapter 11 pages 327-350.

89. Lavado R, Loyo-Rosales JE, Floyd E, Kolodziej EP, Snyder SA, Sedlak DL, Schlenk D. Site-Specific Profiles of Estrogenic Activity in Agricultural Areas of California’s Inland Waters. Environmental Science & Technology. 43(24):9110-9116.

88. Quiñones O and Snyder SA. Occurrence of Perfluoroalkyl Carboxylates and Sulfonates in Drinking Water Utilities and Related Waters from the United States. Environmental Science & Technology. 43(24):9089-9095

87. Redding AM, Cannon FS, Snyder SA, Vanderford BJ. A QSAR-Like Analysis of the Adsorption of Endocrine Disrupting Compounds, Pharmaceuticals, and Personal Care Products on Modified Activated Carbons. Water Research. 43(15):3849-3861.

86. Snyder SA, Stanford BD, Pisarenko AN, Gordon G, Asami M. Hypochlorite – An Assessment of the Factors That Influence the Formation of Perchlorate and Other Contaminants. American Water Works Association. 141 pgs.

85. Even-Ezra I, Mizrahi A, Gerrity D, Snyder SA, Salveson A, Lahav O. Application of a novel plasma-based advanced oxidation process for efficient and cost effective destruction of refractory organics in tertiary effluents and contaminated groundwater. Desalination and Water Treatment. 11:236-244.

84. Dickenson ERV, Drewes JE, Sedlak DL, Wert EC, Snyder SA. Applying Surrogates and Indicators to Assess Removal Efficiency of Trace Organic Chemicals during Chemical Oxidation of Wastewaters. Environmental Science & Technology 43(16):6242-6247.

83. Benotti MJ and Snyder SA. Pharmaceuticals and Endocrine Disrupting Compounds: Implications for Ground Water Replenishment with Recycled Water. Ground Water 47(4):499-502.

82. Mawhinney DB, Rosario FL, Baik S, Vanderford BJ, Snyder SA. Characterization of Fulvic Acids by Liquid Chromatography-Quadrupole Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry. Journal of Chromatography A 1216(9):1319-1324.

81. Wang Q, Snyder SA, Kim J, Choi H. Aqueous Ethanol modified Nanoscale Zerovalent Iron in Bromate Reduction: Synthesis, Characterization, and Reactivity. Environmental Science & Technology. 43(9):3292-3299.

80. Benotti MJ, Trenholm RA, Vanderford BJ, Holady JC, Stanford BD, Snyder SA. Pharmaceuticals and Endocrine Disrupting Compounds in U.S. Drinking Water. Environmental Science & Technology. 43(3):597-603.

79. Rossner A, Snyder SA, Knappe DRU. Removal of Emerging Contaminants by Alternative Absorbents. Water Research. 43:3787-3796.

78. Park N, Vanderford BJ, Snyder SA, Sarp S, Kim SD, Cho J. Effective Controls of Micropollutants included in Wastewater Effluent using Constructed Wetlands under Anoxic Condition. Ecological Engineering. 35:418-423.

77. Wert EC, Rosario FL, Snyder SA. Effect of Ozone Exposure on the Oxidation of Trace Organic Contaminants in Water. Water Research. 43:1005-1014.

76. Trenholm RA, Vanderford BJ, Snyder SA. On-line Solid Phase Extraction LC-MS/MS Analysis of Pharmaceutical Indicators in Water: A Green Alternative to Conventional Methods. Talanta. 79:1425-1432.

75. Benotti MJ, Stanford BD, Wert EC, Snyder SA. Evaluation of a Photocatalytic Reactor Membrane Pilot System for the Removal of Pharmaceuticals and Endocrine Disrupting Compounds from Water. Water Research. 43:1513-1522.

74. Wert EC, Rosario FL, Snyder SA. Using UV Absorbance and Color to Assess Pharmaceutical Oxidation during Ozonation of Wastewater. Environmental Science & Technology. 43(13):4858- 4863.

73. Singer AC, Johnson AC, Anderson PD, Snyder SA. Reassessing the Risks of Tamiflu Use during a Pandemic to the Lower Colorado River. Environmental Health Perspectives. 116(7): A285–A286.

72. Snyder SA, Trenholm RA, Snyder EM, Bruce GM, Pleus RC, and Hemming JDC. Toxicological Relevance of EDCs and Pharmaceuticals in Drinking Water. American Water Works Association Research Foundation. Project 3085.

71. Rosario FL, Mezyk SP, Doud DFR, Snyder SA. Quantitative Correlation of Absolute Hydroxyl Radical Rate Constants with Non-Isolated Effluent Organic Matter Bulk Properties in Water. Environmental Science and Technology. 42(16):5924-5930.

70. Lim MH, Snyder SA, Sedlak DL. Use of Biodegradable Dissolved Organic Carbon (BDOC) to Assess the Potential for Transformation of Wastewater-Derived Contaminants in Surface Waters. Water Research. 42:2943-2952.

69. Trenholm RA, Rosario FL, Snyder SA. Analysis of Formaldehyde Formation in Wastewater using On Fiber Derivatization Solid Phase Microextraction Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry. Journal of Chromatography A. 1210:25-29.

68. Snyder SA. Occurrence, Treatment, and Toxicological Relevance of EDCs and Pharmaceuticals in Water. Ozone Science & Engineering. 30:65-69

67. Snyder SA, Vanderford BJ, Drewes J, Dickenson E, Snyder EM, Bruce GM, Pleus RC. State of Knowledge of Endocrine Disruptors and Pharmaceuticals in Drinking Water. American Water Works Association Research Foundation Report #91228

66. Ikehata K, El-Din MG, Snyder SA. Ozonation and Advanced Oxidation Treatment of Emerging Organic Pollutants in Water and Wastewater. Ozone Science & Engineering. 30(1):21-26.

65. Rosario-Ortiz FL, Mezyk SP, Doud DFR, Wert EC, Snyder SA. Effect of Ozone Oxidation on the Molecular and Kinetic Properties of Effluent Organic Matter. Journal of Applied Oxidation Technologies. 11(3):529-535

64. Trenholm RA, Vanderford BJ, Drewes JE, Snyder SA. Analysis of Household Chemicals Using Gas Chromatography and Liquid Chromatography with Tandem Mass Spectrometry. Journal of Chromatography A. 1190(1-2):253-262.

63. Vanderford BJ, Mawhinney DB, Rosario-Ortiz FL, Snyder SA. Real-Time Detection and Identification of Emerging Contaminant Transformation Products by QTOF-MS. Analytical Chemistry. 80(11):4193-4199

62. Snyder SA, Lei H, Wert EC. “Removal of Endocrine Disruptors and Pharmaceuticals during Water Treatment” In Fate of Pharmaceuticals in the Environment and in Water Treatment Systems. Diane S. Aga (Editor), CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Books, FL, USA. Chapter 11:229-259

61. Lei H and Snyder SA. 3D QSPR models for the removal of trace organic contaminants by ozone and free chlorine. Water Research 41:3271-3280

60. Snyder SA, Lei H, Wert EC, Yoon Y, Westerhoff P. Removal of EDCs and Pharmaceuticals in Drinking and Reuse Treatment Processes. American Water Works Association Research Foundation Report #91188

59. Vanderford BJ, Rosario-Ortiz FL, Snyder SA. Analysis of p-Chlorobenzoic Acid in Water by Liquid Chromatography/Tandem Mass Spectrometry. Journal of Chromatography A. 1164(1- 2):219-223

58. Rosario-Ortiz FL, Snyder SA, Suffet IH. Characterization of the Polarity of Natural Organic Matter under Ambient Conditions by the Polarity Rapid Assessment Method (PRAM). Environmental Science & Technology. 41:4895-4900

57. Knappe DRU, Rossner A, Snyder SA, Strickland, C. Alternative Adsorbents for the Removal of Polar Organic Contaminants. American Water Works Association Research Foundation Report #91172

56. Yoon Y, Westerhoff P, Snyder SA, Wert EC, Yoon J. Removal of endocrine disrupting compounds and pharmaceuticals by nanofiltration and ultrafiltration membranes. Desalination 202(1-3):16-23

55. Rosario-Ortiz FL, Snyder SA, Suffet IH. Characterization of Dissolved Organic Matter in Drinking Water Sources Impacted by Multiple Tributaries. Water Research. 41:4115-4128

54. Drury D, Snyder SA, Wert EC. Investigation Ozone. Water Environment & Technology. May issue:56-60

53. Quiñones O, Oh JE, Vanderford BJ, Kim JH, Cho J. Snyder SA. Perchlorate in the Nakdong and Yeongsan Watersheds, South Korea. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 26(7):1349-1354.

52. Wert EC, Rosario-Ortiz FL, Drury DD, Snyder SA. Formation of Oxidation Byproducts from Ozonation of Wastewater. Water Research. 41:1481-1490

51. Kim SD, Cho J, Kim IS, Vanderford BJ, Snyder SA. Occurrence and removal of pharmaceuticals and endocrine disruptors in South Korean surface, drinking, and waste waters. Water Research 41(5):1013-1021

50. Snyder SA, Wert EC, Rexing DJ, Zegers RE, Drury DD. Ozone Oxidation of Endocrine Disruptors and Pharmaceuticals in Surface Water and Wastewater. Ozone Science & Engineering. 28:445-460

49. Vanderford BJ and Snyder SA. Analysis of Pharmaceuticals in Water by Isotope Dilution Liquid Chromatography/Tandem Mass Spectrometry. Environmental Science & Technology. 40(23):7312-7320

48. Snyder SA, Pleus RC, Vanderford BJ, Holady JC. Perchlorate and Chlorate in Dietary Supplements and Flavor Enhancing Ingredients. Analytica Chimica Acta 567:26-32

47. Snyder SA, Adham S, Redding AM, Cannon FS, DeCarolis J, Oppenheimer J, Wert EC, Yoon Y. Role of Membranes and Activated Carbon in the Removal of Endocrine Disruptors and Pharmaceuticals. Desalination. 202:156-181

46. Yoon Y, Westerhoff P, Snyder SA, Wert EC, Yoon J. Removal of Endocrine Disrupting Compounds and Pharmaceuticals by Nanofiltration and Ultrafiltration Membranes. Desalination. 202:16-23

45. Quiñones, O, Snyder SA, Cotruvo JA, Fisher JW. Analysis of Bromate and Bromide in Blood. Toxicology. 221:229-234

44. Kim SD, Cho J, Kim IS, Vanderford BJ, Snyder SA. Occurrence and Removal of Pharmaceuticals and Endocrine Disruptors in South Korean Surface, Drinking, and Waste Waters. Water Research 41:1013-1021

43. Trenholm RA, Vanderford BJ, Holady JC, Rexing DJ, Snyder SA. Broad Range Analysis of Endocrine Disruptors and Pharmaceuticals Using Gas Chromatography and Liquid Chromatography Tandem Mass Spectroscopy. Chemosphere. 65:1990-1998

42. Kim HB, Oh JE, Lee SY, Cho JW, Snyder SA. The Analysis of Perchlorate in Nakdong River and Tap Water. Journal of Korean Society of Environmental Engineers 28(7):776-781

41. Yoon Y, Westhoff P, Snyder SA, Wert EC. Nanofiltration and Ultrafiltration of Endocrine Disrupting Compounds, Pharmaceuticals, and Personal Care Products. Journal of Membrane Science 270 (1-2):88-100

40. Shon HK, Vigneswaran S, Snyder SA. Effluent Organic Matter (EfOM) in Wastewater: Constituents, Effects, and Treatment. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology. 36(4):327-374

39. Mayer KP, Jackson WA, Snyder SA, Smith PN, Anderson TA. “State of Science: Background, History, and Occurrence.” In Perchlorate Ecotoxicology. Kendall RJ and Smith PN (eds.), SETAC Press, Pensacola, FL, Chapter 1:1-20

38. Jackson WA, Anderson TA, Canas JE, Snyder SA, Tan K. “Environmental Fate of Perchlorate.” In Perchlorate Ecotoxicology. Kendall RJ and Smith PN (eds.), SETAC Press, Pensacola, FL, Chapter 2:21-43

37. Snyder SA, Vanderford BJ, Rexing DJ. Trace Analysis of Bromate, Chlorate, Iodate, and Perchlorate in Natural and Bottled Waters. Environmental Science and Technology 39(12):4586- 4593.

36. Schlenk D, Sapozhnikova Y, Irwin MA, Xie L, Hwang W, Reddy S, Brownawell BJ, Armstrong J, Kelly M, Montagne DE, Kolodzieg EP, Sedlak D, Snyder SA. In Vivo Bioassay-Guided Fractionation of Marine Sediment Extracts from the Southern California Bight, USA, for Estrogenic Activity. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 24(11):2820-2826.

35. Mihaich EM, Borgert CJ, Brighty GC, Kortenkamp A, Laenge R, Snyder SA, Sumpter JP. “Evaluating Simple and Complex Mixtures Containing Pharmaceuticals in the Environment.” Williams, RT (Ed.), In Human Pharmaceuticals: Assessing the Impacts on Aquatic Ecosystems. SETAC Press, Pensacola, FL, Chapter 7:239-262.

34. Snyder EM, Pleus RC, Snyder SA. Pharmaceuticals and EDCs in the US Water Industry-An Update. Journal of the American Water Works Association 97(11):32-36.

33. Sapozhnikova Y, Mcelroy A, Snyder SA, and Schlenk D. “Estrogenic activity measurement in wastewater using in vitro and in vivo methods” In Techniques of Aquatic Toxicology. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, FL, pp465-478.

32. Yoon Y, Westerhoff P, Snyder SA. Adsorption of 3H-labeled 17-β Estradiol on Powdered Activated Carbon. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 166:343-351.

31. Westerhoff P, Snyder SA, Yoon Y, Wert EC. Endocrine Disruptor, Pharmaceutical, and Personal Care Product Fate During Simulated Drinking Water Treatment Processes. Environmental Science and Technology 39(17):6649-6663.

30. Scruggs C, Hunter G, Snyder EM, Long B, and Snyder SA. EDCs in Wastewater: What's the Next Step? Water Environment & Technology 17(3):24-31.

29. Snyder SA, Leising J, Westerhoff P, Yoon Y, Mash H, Vanderford BJ. Biological Attenuation of EDCs and PPCPs: Implications for Water Reuse. Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation 24 (2):108-188.

28. Yoon Y, Westerhoff P, Yoon J, Snyder SA. Removal of 17-β Estradiol and Fluoranthene by Nanofiltration and Ultrafiltration. Journal of Environmental Engineering-ASCE 130 (12):1460:1467

27. Snyder EM, Snyder SA, Kelly KL, Gross TS, Villenueve DL, Fitzgerald SD, Villalobos SA, Giesy JP. Reproductive responses of common carp (Cyprinus carpio) exposed in cages to influent of the Las Vegas Wash in Lake Mead, Nevada from late winter to early spring. Environmental Science and Technology 38(23):6385-6395

26. Snyder SA, Vanderford BJ, Pearson RA, Quinones O, Yoon Y. Analytical Methods to Measure Endocrine Disrupting Compounds in Water. Practice Periodical of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste Management 7(4):224-234

25. Snyder SA, Westerhoff P, Yoon Y, Sedlak DL. Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care Products, and Endocrine Disruptors in Water: Implications for the Water Industry. Environmental Engineering Science 20 (5):449-469

24. Vanderford BJ, Pearson RA, Rexing DJ, Snyder SA. Analysis of Endocrine Disruptors, Pharmaceuticals, and Personal Care Products in Water using Liquid Chromatography/Tandem Mass Spectrometry. Analytical Chemistry 75 (22):6265-6274

23. Vanderford BJ, Pearson RA, Cody RB, Rexing DJ, Snyder SA. “Determination of an Unknown System Contaminant using LC/MS/MS.” In Liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry, MS/MS and Time-of-Flight MS, Ferrer, I. and Thurman, E.M. (eds.), Symposium Series 850; American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, Chapter 6:96-108

22. Yoon Y, Westerhoff P, Snyder SA, Esparza M. HPLC-Fluorescence Detection and Adsorption of Bisphenol A, 17β-Estradiol, and 17α-Ethynyl Estradiol on Powdered Activated Carbon. Water Research 37(14):3530-3537

21. Kannan K., Keith TL, Naylor CG, Staples CA, Snyder SA, Giesy JP. Nonylphenol and nonylphenol ethoxylates in fish, sediment, and water from the Kalmazoo River, Michigan. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 44:77-82.

20. Giesy JP, Snyder EM, Nichols KM, Snyder SA, Villalobos SA, Jones PD, Fitzgerald SD. Examination of reproductive endpoints in goldfish (Carassius auratus) exposed in situ to municipal sewage treatment plant effluent discharges in Michigan, USA. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 22(10):2416-2431.

19. Snyder SA, Vanderford BJ, Pearson R, Rexing DJ. Analytical Methods for Measuring Endocrine Disruptors in Water. Water Quality Technology Conference Proceedings 2002.

18. Snyder SA, Keith TL, Snyder EM, Giesy JP. Bioconcentration of Nonylphenol in Fathead Minnows (Pimephales promelas). Chemospere 44(8):1697-1702.

17. Snyder SA, Villeneuve DL, Snyder EM, Giesy JP. Identification and Quantification of Estrogen Receptor Agonists in Wastewater Effluents. Environmental Science and Technology 35(18):3620- 3625.

16. Snyder SA, Keith TL, Naylor CG, Staples CA, Giesy JP. Identification and Quantification Method for Nonylphenol and Lower Oligomer Nonylphenol Ethoxylates in Fish Tissues. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 20(9):1870-1873.

15. Snyder SA, Kelly KL, Grange AH, Sovocool GW, Snyder EM, Giesy JP. “Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products in the Environment: Methods, Analyses, and Sources.” In Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products in the Environment: Scientific and Regulatory Issues, Daughton, C.G. and Jones-Lepp, T. (eds.), Symposium Series 791; American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, Chapter 7:116-139.

14. Nichols KM, Snyder EM, Snyder SA, Miles-Richardson SR, Pierens S, Giesy JP. Effects of Nonylphenol Ethoxylate (NPEO) Exposure on Reproductive Output and Bioindicators of Environmental Estrogen Exposure in Fathead Minnows, Pimephales promelas. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 20(3):510-522.

13. Keith TL, Snyder SA, Naylor CG, Staples CA, Summer CL, Kannan K, Giesy JP. Identification and Quantitation of Nonylphenol Ethoxylates and Nonylphenol in Fish Tissues from Michigan. Environmental Science and Technology 35(2):10-13.

12. Snyder SA, Snyder EM, Villeneuve DL, Kannan K, Villalobos SA, Blankenship A, Giesy JP. “Instrumental and Bioanalytical Measures of Endocrine Disruptors in Water.” In Analysis of Environmental Endocrine Disruptors, Keith, L.H., Jones-Lepp, T.L., and Needham, L.L. (eds.), Symposium Series 747, American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, Chapter 6:73-95.

11. Roefer PA, Snyder SA, Zegers RE, Rexing DJ, Fronk JL. Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals in a Source Water. Journal of the American Water Works Association 92(8):52-58.

10. Giesy JP, Pierens SL, Snyder EM, Miles-Richardson S, Kramer VJ, Snyder SA, Nichols KM, Villeneuve DL. Effects of 4-Nonylphenol on Fecundity and Biomarkers of Estrogenicity in Fathead Minnows (Pimephales promelas). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 19(5):1368-1377.

9. Snyder EM, Snyder SA, Giesy JP, Blonde SA, Hurlburt GK, Summer CL, Mitchell RR, Bush DM. SCRAM: A Scoring and Ranking System for Persistent, Bioaccumulative and Toxic Substances for the North American Great Lakes. Part I. Structure of the Scoring and Ranking System. Environmental Science & Pollution Research 7(1):51-61.

8. Snyder EM, Snyder SA, Giesy JP, Blonde SA, Hurlburt GK, Summer CL, Mitchell RR, Bush DM. SCRAM: A Scoring and Ranking System for Persistent, Bioaccumulative and Toxic Substances for the North American Great Lakes. Part II. Bioaccumulation Potential and Persistence. Environmental Science & Pollution Research 7(2):116-221.

7. Snyder EM, Snyder SA, Giesy JP, Blonde SA, Hurlburt GK, Summer CL, Mitchell RR, Bush DM. SCRAM: A Scoring and Ranking Model for Persistent, Bioaccumulative and Toxic Substances for the North American Great Lakes. Part III. Acute and Subchronic or Chronic Toxicity. Environmental Science & Pollution Research 7(3):176-184.

6. Snyder EM, Snyder SA, Giesy JP, Blonde SA, Hurlburt GK, Summer CL, Mitchell RR, Bush DM. SCRAM: A Scoring and Ranking Model for Persistent, Bioaccumulative and Toxic Substances for the North American Great Lakes. Part IV. Results from Representative Chemicals, Sensitivity Analysis, and Discriminatory Power. Environmental Science & Pollution Research 7(4):219-224.

5. Snyder SA, Keith TL, Verbrugge DA, Snyder EM, Gross TS, Kannan K, Giesy JP. Analytical Methods for Detection of Selected Estrogenic Compounds in Aqueous Mixtures. Environmental Science and Technology 33(16):2814-2820.

4. Snyder SA and Snyder EM. Bad Medicine. Resource 6(5):7-8.

3. Khim JS, Villeneuve DL, Kannan K, Lee KT, Snyder SA, Koh CH, Giesy JP. Akylphenols, Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs), and Organochlorines in Sediment from Lake Shihwa, Korea: Instrumental and Bioanalytical Characterization. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 18(11):2424-2432.

2. Miles-Richardson SR, Pierens SL, Nichols KM, Kramer VJ, Snyder EM, Snyder SA, Render JA, Fitzgerald SD, Giesy JP. Effects of Waterborne Exposure to 4-Nonylphenol and Nonylphenol Ethoxylate on Secondary Sex Characteristics and Gonads of Fathead Minnows (Pimephales promelas). Environmental Research A 80:S122-S137.

1. Froese KL, Verbrugge DA, Snyder SA, Tilton F, Tuchman M, Ostaszewski A, Giesy JP. PCBs in the Detroit River Water Column. Journal of Great Lakes Research 23(4):440-449.