Cell Songs – The Adirondack Review Autumn 2011
Five Dead Cats – SNReview Vol. 11 #3 Autumn 2009
Time of Death – LITnIMAGE Winter 2009
Simultaneous Sampling – Water & Waste Digest July 18, 2011
Storm Water Monitoring for Nutrient Removal – Storm Water Solutions October 25, 2012
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