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Macleod, Matthew, Thomas E McKone, and Donald Mackay. "A Mass Balance for Mercury in the San Francisco Bay Area." Environmental Science and Technology 39 (2006) 6721-6729.
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).
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.
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.
Toose, Liisa, David G Woodfine, Matthew Macleod, Donald Mackay, and Jennifer Gouin. "BETR-World: a geographically explicit model of chemical fate: application to transport of α-HCH to the Arctic." Environmental Pollution 128.1-2 (2004) 223-240. LBNL-54148.
Macleod, Matthew, David G Woodfine, Donald Mackay, Thomas E McKone, Deborah H Bennett, and Randy L Maddalena. "BETR North America: A regionally segmented multimedia contaminant fate model for North America." Environmental Science & Pollution Research 8 (2001) 156-163.
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.