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Recent Scientific Papers

In addition to the searchable list below, Gradient offers two of its own publications through the full website. Trends focuses on issues in environmental risk science and EH&S Nano News focuses on the latest in nanotechnology.


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Rice, J; Lewandowski, T; Wait, AD. 2019

Safety of cannabis-infused edibles remains hazy.

Gradient Trends - Risk Science & Application 75:3-5.

Wait, D; Verslycke, T. 2019

Expert insight: Uniform data quality ecotoxicity assessment.

In Natural Resource Damages: A Guide to Litigating and Resolving NRD Cases. (Israel, BD; Marston, B; Daniel, L), American Bar Association, Chicago, IL

Rice, JW; Hansen, BC; Wait, AD. 2018

Potential Adulteration Issues Associated with Edible Cannabis Products.

Presented at the IFT18 Annual Meeting & Food Expo, Chicago, IL

Wait, AD. 2018

Data quality challenges posed by citizen science.

Gradient Trends - Risk Science & Application 73:3.

Tcaciuc, P; Kneeland, JM; Wait, AD. 2018

Natural Gas Condensate Forensics: A Case Study.

Presented at the AEHS Foundation 35th Annual International Conference on Soils, Sediments, Water, and Energy, Amherst, MA

Verslycke, T; Wait, AD; Tuit, T; Hogan, T. 2017

Natural Resource Damages.

Presented at Gradient's Trends 68 Webinar.

Verslycke, T; Wait, D. 2017

Data quality in natural resource and environmental damage litigation.

Nat. Resour. Environ. 31:14-19.

Wait, AD. 2017

Data Quality in Natural Resource and Environmental Damage Litigation.

Presented at the Ad-Hoc Industry Natural Resource Management Group Web Conference Call

Wait, AD. 2017

Marine oil spill data quality.

Gradient Trends - Risk Science & Application 68:3-4.

Wait, AD; Ramsey, C; Maney, J. 2015

The measurement process.

Introduction to Environmental Forensics (Third Edition). (Eds.: Murphy, BL; Morrison, RD), Elsevier Ltd., Oxford, England

Wait, AD; Reid, KR; Occhialini, J; Todaro, J. 2010

Time travel, fabrication, manipulation, and spoliation: Threats to data quality.

Environ. Claims J. 22:171-183.

Wait, AD. 2010

Data quality and transparency in the dietary supplement industry.

Food Drug Law J. 65:471-487.

Lewis, AS; Beyer, LA; Langlois,, CJ; Yu, CJ; Wait, AD. 2008

Considerations in toxicology study design and interpretation: An overview.

Inside Aloe Online

Wait, AD; Ramsey, C. 2007

The measurement process.

Introduction to Environmental Forensics (Second Edition). (Eds.: Murphy, BL; Morrison, RD), Elsevier Academic Press

Wait, AD. 2007

An environmental overview of alkylphenol ethoxylates.

Presented at the National Ground Water Association Ground Water and Environmental Law Conference, Dublin, OH, July 24-25

Wait, AD; Maney, JP. 2006

Regulatory science and the Data Quality Act.

Environ. Claims J. 18:145-162.

Mattuck, R; Blanchet, R; Wait, D. 2005

Data representativeness for risk assessment.

Environ. Forensics 6:65-70.

Wait, AD. 2005

The impact of the Data Quality Act on environmental regulatory science.

In Proceedings of the 2005 NGWA Ground Water and Environmental Law Conference, July 21-22, 2005, Baltimore, MD. National Ground Water Association (NGWA) Press

Maney, JP; Wait, AD. 2005

The role of representativeness in the project life cycle.

Environ. Forensics 6:17-19.

Wait, AD. 2003

Understanding the Data Quality Act.

Chem. Eng. News 81:4-5.

Wait, AD. 2002

Challenges in producing defensible environmental chemistry measurements for litigation.

Environ. Claims J. 14:415-454.

Wait, AD. 2001

Environmental forensic chemistry and sound science in the courtroom.

Fordham Environ. Law J. 12:293-327.

Wait, AD. 2000

Evolution of organic analytical methods in environmental forensic chemistry.

Environ. Forensics 1:37-46.

Sorini, SS; Schabron, JF; Bowes, JR; Frisbie, SH; Butler, EL; Wait, AD. 2000

Field application of ASTM Method D5831 at fuel contaminated sites.

In "Proceedings of WTQA: Tthe 16th Annual Waste Testing & Quality Assurance Symposium, Arlington, VA." Waste Policy Institute, US EPA

Brilis, GM; Worthington, JC; Wait, AD. 2000

Quality science in the courtroom: U.S. EPA data quality and peer review policies and procedures compared to the Daubert factors.

Environ. Forensics 1:197-203.