South Hill TCE Research References

References are listed alphabetically by primary author.

Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR). 1997. Toxicological profile for trichloroethylene (TCE). Atlanta, GA: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service.

Axelson O., K. Anderson et al. 1994. “Updated and expanded Swedish cohort study on trichloroethylene and cancer risk.” Journal of Occupational Medicine, 36, 556-562.

Barton, H. A and H. J. Clewell III. 2000. “Evaluating Non-cancer effects of Trichloroethylene: dosimetry, mode of action and risk assessment. Environmental Health Perspectives, 108 (suppl 2), 323-334.

Barton, H. A. and S. Das. 1996. “Alternatives for a risk assessment on chronic non-cancer effects from oral exposure to trichloroethylene.”

Barton, H. A., C. D. Flemming and J. C. Lipscomb. 1996. “Evaluating human variability in chemical risk assessment: hazard identification and dose-response assessment for non-cancer oral toxicity to trichloroethylene.” Toxicology, 111, 271-287.

Bove FJ, Fulcomer MC, Klotz JB, et al. 1995. “Public drinking water contamination and birth outcomes.” Am J Epidemiol 141:850-862.

Buorg, A. C. M., Mouvet C, Lemer DN. 1992. “A review of the attenuation of trichloroethylene in soils and aquifers.” Q Journal of Engineering Geology, 25, 359-370.

Byers VS, Levin AS, Ozonoff DM, et al. 1988. “Association between clinical symptoms and lymphocyte abnormalities in a population with chronic domestic exposure to industrial solvent-contaminated domestic water supply and a high incidence of leukemia.” Cancer Immunol Immunother 27:77-8 1.

Clement, T.B., Gautam, T.R., Lee, K.K., Truex, M.J., Davis, G.B., 2004. “Modeling of DNAPL-Dissolution, Rate-Limited Sorption and Biodegradation Reactions in Groundwater Systems,” Bioremediation Journal, 8(1-2):47-64.

Daley, Jennie. 2005. Nice home- tough sell. Ithaca Journal.  Access online:

Dilling WL, Tefertiller NB , Kallos GJ. 1975. “Evaporation rates and reactivities of methylene chloride, chloroform, 1 , 1, 1-trichloroethane, trichloroethylene,  tetrachloroethylene, and other chlorinated compounds in dilute aqueous solutions.“ Environmental Science and Technology, 9, 833-838.

Dobrev, Ivan D., Melvin E. Andersen and Raymond S. H. Yang. 2001. “Assessing interactions thresholds for trichloroethylene in combination with trichloroethylene in combination with tetrachloroethylene and 1,1,1-trichloroethane using gas uptake studies and PBPK modeling.” Archeological Toxicology, 75, 134-144.

Dobrev, Ivan D., Melvin E. Andersen and Raymond S. H. Yang. 2002. “In silico toxicology: simulating interaction thresholds for human exposure to mixtures of trichloroethylene, tetrachloroethylene and 1,1,1-trichlorothane.” Environmental Health Perspectives. 110 (10), 1031-1039.

“Earth Temperature and Site Geology.” Virginia Tech,

Ertle, T., D. Henschler, G. Muller and M. Spassowski. 1972. “Metabolism of trichloroethylene in man I. The significance of trichloroethanol in long-term exposure conditions.” Archeological Toxicology, 29, 171-188.

ESC. 18 September 2005. Groundwater evaluation and remediation area Emerson Power and Transmission Facility. Ithaca, NY.

ESC. 31 October 2005. Geophysical Survey Investigation Emerson Power and Transmission Facility. Ithaca, NY.

Fisher, Jeffery W., Deirdre Mahle and Richat Abbas. 1998. “A human physiologically based pharmacokinetic model for trichloroethylene and its metabolites, trichloroacetic acid and free trichloroethanol.” Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, 152, 339-359.

Garbarini, DR, Lion LW. 1986. “Influence of the nature of soil organics on the sorption of toluene and trichloroethylene.” Environmental Science and Technology, 20, 1263-1269.

Iavicoli, Ivo, Alasandro Marinaccio, Giovanni Carelli. 2005. Effects of occupational trichloroethylene on cytokine levels in workers. J. of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 47(5), 453-457.

Kilbum KH, Warshaw RH. 1992. “Prevalence of symptoms of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and of fluorescent antinuclear antibodies associated with chronic exposure to trichloroethylene and other chemicals in well water.” Environ Res 57: l-9.

Kilbum KH, Warshaw RH. 1993. “Effects on neurobehavioral performance of chronic exposure to chemically contaminated well water.” Toxicol Ind Health 9:391-404.

Kueper, B.H., Wealthall, G.P., Smith, J.W.N., Leharne, S.A., Lerner, D.N., 2003. An Illustrated Handbook Of DNAPL Transport and Fate In The Subsurface, Published by Environmental Agency of U.K., Bristol.

Lash, Lawrence H., Jeffrey W. Fisher, John C. Lipscomb and Jean C. Parker. 2000. “Metabolism of Trichloroethylene.” Environmental Health Perspectives, 108 (suppl 2), 177-200.

Moore, Martha M. and Karen Harrington-Brock. 2000. “Mutagenicity of trichloroethylene and its metabolites: implications for the risk assessment of trichloroethylene.” Environmental Health Perspectives, 108 (suppl 2), 215-223.

National Environmental Methods Index (1992)  NEMI Method Summary Method 524.2: Measurement of Purgeable Organic Compounds in Water by Capillary Column Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry.  May 15, 2006.,

National Institute of Occupation Safety and Health. (1994).  Manual of Analytical Methods 4th ed: Trichloroethylene Method 1022, Issue 2.  April 16, 2006.

Nomiyama K, Nomiyama H. 1977. “Dose-response relationship for trichloroethylene in man.” International Arch Occupational and Environmental Health, 39, 237-248.

Olaniran, A.O., Pillay, D., Pillay, B. 2004. “Chloroethenes contaminants in the environment: Still a cause for concern.” African Journal of Biotechnology, 3(12), 675-682.

Pearson CR, McConnell G. 1975. “Chlorinated Cl and C2 hydrocarbons in the marine environment.” Proc R Sot Lond [Biol],189, 305-332.

Radian Corporation. 13 July 1987. Preliminary Environmental Assessment of Fire Water Reservoir.

Russell, H.H., Matthews, J.E. and Sewell, G.W., 1992. “TCE Removal from Contaminated Soil and Ground Water,” EPA Ground Water Issue, EPA/540/S-92/002.

Saisho K, Hasegawa Y, Saeki M, et al. 1994. “Bioaccumulation of volatile chlorinated hydrocarbons in blue mussel, Mytilus edulis, and killifish, Oryzias Zutipes.” Eisei Kagaku 40:274-278. (Japanese)

Schroll R, Bierling B, Cao G, et al. 1994. „Uptake pathways of organic chemicals fromsoil by agricultural plants.” Chemosphere 28:297-303.

Seiji K, Jin C, Watanabe T, et al. 1990. “Sister chromatid exchanges in peripheral lymphocytes of workers exposed to benzene, trichloroethylene, or tetrachloroethylene, with references to smoking habits.” International Arch Occupational and Environmental Health, 62,171-176.

Toevs, I. and Gleitsmann, B., 2005. Report on South Hill Geology. Soil&Water Laboratory, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. full text (south_hill_geology.pdf, 660 kb).

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.  (1999).  Compendium Method TO-15: Determination of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in Air Collected in Specially-Prepared Canisters and Analyzed by Gas Chromotography/Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS) 2nd ed.  April, 16, 2006.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.  (1999).  Compendium Method TO-17: Determination of Volatile Organic Compounds in Ambient Air Using Active Sampling onto Sorbent Tubes 2nd ed.  April, 16, 2006.

US EPA 2005. “List of drinking water contaminants and MCLs: drinking water contaminant fact sheet for trichloroethylene.” Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency.

Wallace, L. A., E. D. Pellizzari, T. C. Hartwell. 1985. “Personal exposures, indoor-outdoor relationships and breath levels of toxic air pollutants measured for 355 persons in New Jersey.” Atmospheric Environment, 19, 1651-1661.

Watenberg, Daniel, David Reyner and Cheryl Siegel Scott. 2000. “Trichloroethylene and cancer: epidemiological evidence.” Environmental Health Perspectives, 108 (suppl 2), 161-176.

Wu, Chieh and John Schaum. 2000. “Exposure Assessment of Trichloroethylene.” Environmental Health Perspectives, 108 (suppl 2), 359-363.