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17) Muerdter, C.P.; LeFevre, G.H. Synergistic Lemna Duckweed and Microbial Transformation of Imidacloprid and Thiacloprid Neonicotinoids. Environ. Sci. Technol. Lett. 2019 6 (12), 761-767. 

16) Kral, A. E.; Pflug, N. C.; McFadden, M. E.; LeFevre, G. H.; Sivey, J. D.; Cwiertny, D. M. Photochemical Transformations of Dichloroacetamide Safeners. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2019, 53 (12), 6738–6746.

15) Halaburka, B.J., LeFevre, G.H., Luthy, R.G. Quantifying the Temperature Dependence of Nitrate Reduction in Woodchip Bioreactors: Experimental and Modeled Results with Applied Case-Study. Environ. Sci.: Wat. Res. Tech. 2019.

14) Ashoori, N., Teixido-Planes, M., Spahr, S., LeFevre, G.H., Sedlak, D., Luthy, R. Enhanced removal of nitrogen and trace organic contaminants from stormwater treatment systems. Water Res. 154, 1-11. 2019.

13) Klarich Wong, K.L., Webb, D.T., Hladik, M.L., Kolpin, D.W., Cwiertny, D.M., LeFevre, G.H. Chlorinated Byproducts of Neonicotinoids and their Metabolites: An Unrecognized Exposure Potential? Environ. Sci. Technol. Lett. 6, 98-105. 2019.

12) Muerdter, C. P.; Wong, C. K.; LeFevre, G. H. Emerging Investigator Series: The Role of Vegetation in Bioretention for Stormwater Treatment in the Built Environment: Pollutant Removal, Hydrologic Function, and Ancillary Benefits. Environ. Sci. Water Res. Technol. 2018, 4 (5), 592–612 DOI: 10.1039/C7EW00511C. **2018 RSC Environmental Sciences Journals “Best Paper” (Royal Society of Chemistry Interview)

11) Halaburka, B.J., LeFevre, G.H., Luthy, R.G. Evaluation of mechanistic models for nitrate removal in woodchip bioreactors. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2017, 51 (9), 5156-5164.

10) Klarich, K.L., Pflug, N.C., DeWald, E.M., Hladik, M.L., Kolpin, D.W., Cwiertny, D.M., LeFevre, G.H. Occurrence of neonicotinoid insecticides in finished drinking water and fate during drinking water treatment. Environ. Sci. Technol. Lett. 2017, 4 (5), 168–173. [Cover Article] **ACS EDITOR’S CHOICE AWARD** This research was featured in the Washington Post and BBC Environment. ***2017 BEST PAPER AWARD ES&TL***Most Read article (>5000 downloads).

9) LeFevre, G.H., Lipsky, A., Hyland, K.C., Blaine, A.C., Higgins, C. P., Luthy, R.G. Benzotriazole and BT-plant metabolites in crops irrigated with recycled. Env. Sci.: Wat. Res. Tech. 2017, 3, 213-223. [Inside Cover Article; ” ‘HOT article’ due to receiving particularly high scores at peer review”]

8) Wolfand, J.M., LeFevre, G.H., Luthy, R.G. Metabolization and degradation kinetics of the urban-use pesticide fipronil by white rot fungus Trametes versicolor. Enviro. Sci.: Processes Impacts. 2016, 18 (10), 1256-1265 [Cover article]

7) LeFevre, G.H., Portmann, A.C., Mueller, C.E., Sattely, E.S., Luthy, R.G. Plant assimilation kinetics and metabolism of 2-mercaptobenzothiazole tire rubber vulcanizers by Arabidopsis. Environ. Sci. Technol. 201650 (13), pp 6762–6771.

6) Mueller, C.E., LeFevre, G.H., Timofte, A.E., Hussain, F.A., Sattely, E.S., Luthy, R.G. Competing mechanisms for perfluoroalkyl-acid accumulation in plants revealed using an Arabidopsis model system. Environ. Tox. Chem. 2016, 35 (5) 1138-1147.

5) LeFevre, G.H., Mueller, C.M., Li, J., Luthy, R.G., Sattely, E.S. Rapid phytotransformation of benzotriazole generates synthetic tryptophan and auxin analogs in ArabidopsisEnviron. Sci. Technol. 2015, 49 (18), pp 10959–10968.

4) LeFevre, G.H.; Paus, K.A.; Natarajan, P; Gulliver, J.S.; Novak, P.J.; Hozalski, R.M. Review of dissolved pollutants in urban stormwater and their removal and fate in bioretention cells. Environ. Eng. 2015, 141(1), 04014050.

3) LeFevre, G.H.; Hozalski, R.M.; Novak, P.J. Root exudate enhanced contaminant desorption: Evidence for an abiotic contribution to the rhizosphere effect. Environ. Sci. Technol. 201347 (20), 11545–11553.

2) LeFevre, G.H.; Novak, P.J.; Hozalski, R.M. Fate of naphthalene in laboratory-scale bioretention cells: Implications for sustainable stormwater management. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2012, 46 (2), 995-1002.

1) LeFevre, G.H.; Hozalski, R.M.; Novak, P.J. The role of biodegradation in limiting the accumulation of petroleum hydrocarbons in raingarden soils. Water Res. 2012, 46 (20), 6753-6762.


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