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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.
Bonnard, Roseline, and Thomas E McKone. "Comparison of the predictions of two models with dose measurements in a case of children exposed to the emissions of a lead smelter." Journal of Human and Environmental Risk Assessment 15.6 (2009) 1203-1226. LBNL-2397E.
Castorina, Rosemary, Asa Bradman, Laura Fenster, Dana B Barr, Roberto Bravo, Michelle G Vedar, Martha E Harnly, Thomas E McKone, Ellen A Eisen, and Brenda Eskenazi. "Comparison of Current-Use Pesticide and Other Toxicant Urinary Metabolite Levels among Pregnant Women in the CHAMACOS Cohort and NHANES." Environmental Health Perspectives 118.6 (2010) 856-863.
Macleod, Matthew, Thomas E McKone, Kathrin Fenner, Martin Scheringer, Michael Matthies, Maximilian Stroebe, Andreas Beyer, Mark Bonnell, Anne Christine Le Gall, Jörg Klasmeier, Donald Mackay, Dik van de Meent, David Pennington, Bernd Scharenberg, Noriyuki Suzuki, and Frank Wania. "Comparing estimates of persistence and long-range transport potential among multimedia models." Environmental Science & Technology 39 (2005) 1932 -1942.
Rosenbaum, Ralph K, Thomas E McKone, and Olivier Jolliet. "CKow – A More Transparent and Reliable Model for Chemical Transfer to Meat and Milk." Environmental Science and Technology 43 (2009) 8191–8198. LBNL-2370E.
McKone, Thomas E, and Deborah H Bennett. "Chemical-specific representation of air-soil exchange and soil penetration in regional multimedia models." Environmental Science and Technology 37.14 (2003) 3123-3132.
Bennett, Deborah H, Thomas E McKone, William E Kastenberg, and Carrie A Schwalbe. "Characteristic time, characteristic travel distance, and population based dose in a multimedia environment: A case study." Human & Ecological Risk Assessment: Theory and Practice. Ed. Paustenbach, Dennis J. Vol. Chapter 11. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 2001. 619-643.
Price, Phillip N, Thomas E McKone, and Michael D Sohn. Carbon Sequestration Risks and Risk Management. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2008.
McKone, Thomas E, and Ashok W Deshpande. "Can Fuzzy Logic Bring Complex Problems into Focus?." Environmental Science and Technology 39 (2005) 42A-47A.
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Breunig, Hanna, Jens T Birkholzer, Andrea Borgia, Phillip N Price, Curtis M Oldenburg, and Thomas E McKone. Assessment of Brine Management for Geologic Carbon Sequestration. 2014. LBNL-6361E.
Macleod, Matthew, William J Riley, and Thomas E McKone. "Assessing the Influence of Climate Variability on Atmospheric Concentrations of Persistent Organic Pollutants Using a Global-Scale Mass Balance Model (BETR-Global)." Environmental Science & Technology 39 (2005) 6749-6756.
Castorina, Rosemary, Asa Bradman, and Thomas E McKone. "Assessing cumulative organophosphate pesticide exposure and risk among pregnant women living in an agricultural community." Environmental Health Perspectives 111 (2002) 1640-1648.
Macleod, Matthew, Thomas E McKone, Karen L Foster, Randy L Maddalena, Thomas F Parkerton, and Donald Mackay. "Applications of contaminant fate and bioaccumulation models in assessing ecological risks of chemicals: A case study for gasoline hydrocarbons." Environmental Science & Technology 38.23 (2004) 6225 -6233.
Bodnar, Agnes, Randy L Maddalena, and Thomas E McKone. "Addressing locally grown foods in cumulative exposure assessments." Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology 14 (2002) 60-73.
Scown, Corinne, Michael Taptich, Arpad Horvath, Thomas E McKone, and William W Nazaroff. "Achieving Deep Cuts in the Carbon Intensity of U.S. Automobile Transportation by 2050: Complementary Roles for Electricity and Biofuels." Environmental Science & Technology 47.16 (2013) 9044 - 9052.

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