Environmental chemistry, Soil water, Mercury, Flux and Hydrology are his primary areas of study. His Environmental chemistry research incorporates elements of Trace metal, Nickel, Zinc, Mineralogy and Copper. His Mineralogy study combines topics in areas such as Trace element and Speciation.
Pat E. Rasmussen interconnects Dry weight, Transect, Vegetation and Spatial variability in the investigation of issues within Mercury. The concepts of his Flux study are interwoven with issues in Humidity, Atmospheric sciences, MERCURE and Cycling. His work in Atmospheric sciences tackles topics such as Air pollution which are related to areas like Environmental engineering, Environmental monitoring, Sampling and Exposure assessment.
His primary areas of study are Environmental chemistry, Detection limit, Particulates, Mercury and Analytical chemistry. His Environmental chemistry research incorporates themes from Soil water, Zinc, Mineralogy and Cadmium. His work in Detection limit addresses subjects such as Sampling, which are connected to disciplines such as Exposure assessment.
His Particulates research includes themes of Fractionation, Particle-size distribution and Inhalation exposure. His Mercury research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hydrology and Spatial variability. Pat E. Rasmussen combines subjects such as Flux and Atmospheric sciences with his study of Hydrology.
Pat E. Rasmussen mostly deals with Environmental chemistry, Particulates, Dissolution, Oxide and Detection limit. Pat E. Rasmussen conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Environmental chemistry and Rare earth through his works. His work carried out in the field of Particulates brings together such families of science as Fractionation and Dust sample.
His Dissolution research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Copper oxide and Copper. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Characterization, Crystallite, Nanomaterials and Particle size. His studies in Detection limit integrate themes in fields like Radiochemistry and Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry.
Pat E. Rasmussen focuses on Particulates, Environmental chemistry, Dust sample, Fractionation and Inhalation exposure. The Dust sample study combines topics in areas such as Gas chromatography, Chromatography, Solid phase extraction, Mass spectrometry and Chlorinated paraffins. His Solid phase extraction study is concerned with Detection limit in general.
His Detection limit research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Radiochemistry, Extraction and Particle size. His Inhalation exposure study combines topics in areas such as Particle-size distribution, Aerosolization and Baby powder. While working on this project, Pat E. Rasmussen studies both Breathing zone and Talc.
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A multi-element profile of housedust in relation to exterior dust and soils in the city of Ottawa, Canada.
P.E Rasmussen;K.S Subramanian;B.J Jessiman.
Science of The Total Environment (2001)
Nevada STORMS project: Measurement of mercury emissions from naturally enriched surfaces
M. Sexauer Gustin;S. Lindberg;F. Marsik;A. Casimir.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1999)
Role of sediment composition in trace metal distribution in lake sediments
L El Bilali;P.E Rasmussen;G.E.M Hall;D Fortin.
Applied Geochemistry (2002)
Current methods of estimating atmospheric mercury fluxes in remote areas.
Pat E. Rasmussen.
Environmental Science & Technology (1994)
Validation of continuous particle monitors for personal, indoor, and outdoor exposures.
Lance A Wallace;Amanda J Wheeler;Jill Kearney;Keith Van Ryswyk.
Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology (2011)
Increases in mercury emissions from desert soils in response to rainfall and irrigation
S. E. Lindberg;H. Zhang;M. Gustin;A. Vette.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1999)
Canadian House Dust Study: Population-based concentrations, loads and loading rates of arsenic, cadmium, chromium, copper, nickel, lead, and zinc inside urban homes
Pat E. Rasmussen;Christine Levesque;Marc Chénier;Marc Chénier;H. David Gardner;H. David Gardner.
Science of The Total Environment (2013)
The analysis of vegetation for total mercury
Pat E. Rasmussen;Greg Mierle;Jerome O. Nriagu.
Water Air and Soil Pollution (1991)
Long-range atmospheric transport of trace metals: the need for geoscience perspectives
P. E. Rasmussen.
Environmental Earth Sciences (1998)
Influence of Matrix Composition on the Bioaccessibility of Copper, Zinc, and Nickel in Urban Residential Dust and Soil
Pat E. Rasmussen;Suzanne Beauchemin;Michelle Nugent;Rose Dugandzic.
Human and Ecological Risk Assessment (2008)
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