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Marshall, Julian D, William J Riley, Thomas E McKone, and William W Nazaroff. "Intake fraction of primary pollutants: Motor vehicle emissions in the South Coast Air Basin." Atmospheric Environment 37 (2003) 3455-3468.
Bennett, Deborah H, Manuele D Margni, Thomas E McKone, and Olivier Jolliet. "Intake Fraction for Multimedia Pollutants: A Tool for Life Cycle Analysis and Comparative Risk Assessment." Risk Analysis 22 (2002) 903-916.
Marshall, Julian D, Thomas E McKone, and William W Nazaroff. "Inhalation of motor vehicle emissions: Effects of urban population and area." Atmospheric Environment 39 (2005) 283-295.
Marshall, Julian D, Patrick W Granvold, Abigail S Hoats, Thomas E McKone, Elizabeth Deakin, and William W Nazaroff. "Inhalation intake of ambient air pollution in California's South Coast Air Basin." Atmospheric Environment 40.23 (2006) 4381-4392.
Maddalena, Randy L, Thomas E McKone, Dennis PH Hsieh, and Shu Geng. "Influential input classification in probabilistic multimedia models." Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment 15.1 (2001) 1-17.
Destaillats, Hugo, Randy L Maddalena, Brett C Singer, Alfred T Hodgson, and Thomas E McKone. "Indoor pollutants emitted by office equipment: A review of reported data and information needs." Atmospheric Environment 42 (2008) 1371-1388. LBNL-62082.
Maddalena, Randy L, Hugo Destaillats, Marion L Russell, Alfred T Hodgson, and Thomas E McKone. "Indoor pollutants emitted by electronic office equipment." Indoor Air 2008 (2008).
Riley, William J, Thomas E McKone, Alvin CK Lai, and William W Nazaroff. "Indoor particulate matter of outdoor origin: importance of size-dependent removal mechanisms." Environmental Science & Technology 36 (2002) 200-207.
Macleod, Matthew, and Thomas E McKone. "Identifying POP-Like Behavior in Screening Assessments of Organic Chemicals." Environmental Science & Technology 40 (2005) 53-60.
McKone, Thomas E, and Edgar G Hertwich. "The Human Toxicity Potential and a Strategy for Evaluating Model Performance in Life-Cycle Impact Assessment." International Journal of Life-Cycle Assessment 6.2 (2001) 106-109.
Hopke, Philip K, Thomas B Borak, John Doull, James E Cleaver, Keith F Eckerman, Linda CS Gundersen, Naomi H Harley, C. Thomas Hess, Nancy E Kinner, Kenneth J Kopecky, Thomas E McKone, Richard G Sextro, and Steven L Simon. "Health Risks Due to Radon in Drinking Water." Environmental Science & Technology 34.6 (2000) 921-926.
Logue, Jennifer M, Thomas E McKone, Max H Sherman, and Brett C Singer. "Hazard Assessment of Chemical Air Contaminants Measured in Residences." Indoor Air 21.2 (2011) 92-109. LBNL-3650E.
McKone, Thomas E, William W Nazaroff, Peter Berck, Maximilian Auffhammer, Timothy E Lipman, Margaret S Torn, Eric R Masanet, Agnes B Lobscheid, Nicholas J Santero, Umakant Mishra, Audrey Barrett, Matt Bomberg, Kevin Fingerman, Corinne Scown, Bret Strogen, and Arpad Horvath. "Grand Challenges for Life-Cycle Assessment of Biofuels." Environmental Science & Technology 45.5 (2011) 1751 - 1756.
Bennett, Deborah H, Thomas E McKone, Michael Matthies, and William E Kastenberg. "General formulation of characteristic travel distance for semivolatile chemicals in a multimedia environment." Environmental Science and Technology 32 (1998) 4023-4030.
McKone, Thomas E, P. Barry Ryan, and Halûk Özkaynak. "Exposure Information in Environmental Health Research: Current Opportunities and Future Directions for Particulate Matter, Ozone, and Toxic Air Pollutants." Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 19.1 (2008) 30-44. LBNL-87E.
Maddalena, Randy L, Thomas E McKone, and Norman Y Kado. "Exposure chamber measurements of mass transfer and partitioning at the plant/air interface." Environmental Science & Technology 36.16 (2002) 3577-3585.
Lobscheid, Agnes B, Thomas E McKone, and Daniel A Vallero. "Exploring relationships between outdoor air particulate-associated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon and PM2.5: A case study of benzo(a)pyrene in California metropolitan regions." Atmospheric Environment 41.27 (2007) 5659–5672. LBNL-514E.
Klečka, Gary M, Donald Mackay, Robert S Boethling, and Thomas E McKone. "Evaluation of persistence and long-range transport of organic chemicals in the environment: summary of a SETAC Pellston workshop." Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 18 (1999).
Bennett, Deborah H, Thomas E McKone, and William E Kastenberg. "Evaluating multimedia chemical persistence in a multimedia environment: A CART analysis." Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 19 (2000) 810-819.
Demou, Evangelia, Stefanie Hellweg, Michael P Wilson, S. Katharine Hammond, and Thomas E McKone. "Evaluating indoor exposure modeling alternatives for LCA: A case study in the vehicle repair industry." Environmental Science and Technology 43.15 (2009) 5804-5810. LBNL-2404E.
McKone, Thomas E, Amy D Kyle, Olivier Jolliet, Stig I Olsen, and Michael Z Hauschild. "Dose-response modeling for life cycle impact assessment, Findings of the Portland Review Workshop." International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 11 (2006) 209-212. LBNL-60749.
Macleod, Matthew, Deborah H Bennett, Merike Perem, Randy L Maddalena, Thomas E McKone, and Donald Mackay. "Dependence of Intake Fraction on Release Location in a Multimedia Framework - A Case Study of Four Contaminants in North America." Journal of Industrial Ecology 8.3 (2004) 89-102.
Bennett, Deborah H, Thomas E McKone, John S Evans, William W Nazaroff, Manuele D Margni, Olivier Jolliet, and Kirk R Smith. "Defining intake fraction." Environmental Science & Technology 36 (2002) 207A-211A.
Lobscheid, Agnes B, and Thomas E McKone. "Constraining uncertainties about the sources and magnitude of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH)levels in ambient air: the State of Minnesota as a case study." Atmospheric Environment 38 (2004) 5501-5515. LBNL-54473.
Herrmann, Ivan T, Michael Z Hauschild, Michael D Sohn, and Thomas E McKone. "Confronting Uncertainty in Life Cycle Assessment Used for Decision Support." Journal of Industrial Ecology 18.3 (2014) 366 - 379.

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