Thomas E. McKone focuses on Environmental engineering, Toxicology, Intake fraction, Exposure assessment and Environmental exposure. The Environmental engineering study combines topics in areas such as Waste management and Persistent organic pollutant. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Chlorpyrifos, Pregnancy, Postpartum period and Diazinon.
His Intake fraction research includes themes of Population density, Exhaust gas and Risk analysis. His Exposure assessment study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Organophosphate poisoning, Atrazine, Dieldrin and Environmental chemistry. His work is dedicated to discovering how Environmental exposure, Pesticide are connected with Cohort and other disciplines.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental chemistry, Environmental engineering, Environmental health, Intake fraction and Toxicology. His work in the fields of Environmental chemistry, such as Biomonitoring and Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon, intersects with other areas such as Human exposure, Inhalation and Ingestion. As a member of one scientific family, Thomas E. McKone mostly works in the field of Environmental engineering, focusing on Exposure assessment and, on occasion, Chlorpyrifos.
Thomas E. McKone incorporates a variety of subjects into his writings, including Environmental health, Safe harbor and Cancer risk. The concepts of his Intake fraction study are interwoven with issues in Population density, Fine particulate and Physical geography. The various areas that Thomas E. McKone examines in his Toxicology study include Pesticide and Environmental exposure.
Environmental chemistry, Environmental health, Fine particulate, Intake fraction and Environmental engineering are his primary areas of study. His work in Environmental chemistry addresses subjects such as Exposure assessment, which are connected to disciplines such as Stratum corneum. Environmental health combines with fields such as Safe harbor, Cancer risk, Human toxicity, Human exposure and Human disease in his research.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Environmental monitoring, Physical geography and Environmental protection in addition to Fine particulate. He has researched Intake fraction in several fields, including Bioassay, Organic chemicals and Indoor air quality. His study looks at the relationship between Environmental engineering and topics such as Waste management, which overlap with Automotive engineering.
His primary scientific interests are in Intake fraction, Fine particulate, Life-cycle assessment, Environmental health and Environmental resource management. His Intake fraction study combines topics in areas such as Bioassay, Toxicology, Dermal exposure and Organic chemicals. His Fine particulate study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Environmental monitoring, Physical geography, Disease burden and Environmental protection.
His Life cycle impact assessment study in the realm of Life-cycle assessment connects with subjects such as Task force, Health impact, Environmental engineering and Air tightness. His research ties Indoor air quality and Environmental health together. His Environmental resource management research includes a combination of various areas of study, such as Footprint, Scarcity, Global temperature, Land use, land-use change and forestry and Water scarcity.
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Defining intake fraction.
Deborah H. Bennett;Thomas E. McKone;John S. Evans;William W. Nazaroff.
Indoor pollutants emitted by office equipment: A review of reported data and information needs
Hugo Destaillats;Hugo Destaillats;Randy L. Maddalena;Brett C. Singer;Alfred T. Hodgson.
Atmospheric Environment (2008)
Energy and Human Health
Kirk R. Smith;Howard Frumkin;Kalpana Balakrishnan;Colin D. Butler.
Annual Review of Public Health (2013)
Human toxicity potentials for life-cycle assessment and toxics release inventory risk screening.
Edgar G. Hertwich;Sarah F. Mateles;William S. Pease;Thomas E. McKone.
Human exposure to volatile organic compounds in household tap water: the indoor inhalation pathway
Thomas E. McKone.
Environmental Science & Technology (1987)
Pesticides and their metabolites in the homes and urine of farmworker children living in the Salinas Valley, CA.
Asa Bradman;Donald Whitaker;Lesliam Quirós;Rosemary Castorina.
Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology (2007)
General Formulation of Characteristic Travel Distance for Semivolatile Organic Chemicals in a Multimedia Environment
Deborah H. Bennett;Thomas E. McKone;Michael Matthies;William E. Kastenberg.
Environmental Science & Technology (1998)
Intake fraction for particulate matter: recommendations for life cycle impact assessment.
Sebastien Humbert;Sebastien Humbert;Julian D. Marshall;Shanna Shaked;Joseph V. Spadaro;Joseph V. Spadaro.
Phthalate exposure and risk assessment in California child care facilities.
Fraser W. Gaspar;Rosemary Castorina;Randy L. Maddalena;Marcia G. Nishioka.
Environmental Science & Technology (2014)
Intake fraction of primary pollutants: Motor vehicle emissions in the South Coast Air Basin
Julian D Marshall;Julian D Marshall;William J Riley;Thomas E McKone;Thomas E McKone;William W Nazaroff;William W Nazaroff.
Atmospheric Environment (2003)
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