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  (26.7.2005) Lau, Edie. "Alert on tailpipe smoke: Big pollution source falls under radar, experts say" The Sacramento Bee.
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2003

(9.11.2003). Report Says Twin Towers Left an Unprecedented Toxic Cloud. The Los Angeles Times.

(9.11.2003). Study Says Ground Zero Soot Lingered.
New York Times.
Thomas Cahill says that fumes from Ground Zero contained "truly nasty" material, but that much of this was carried away by rising smoke plumes.

(9.11.2003). Ground Zero Pollution Called Unprecedented. Newsday.
This article notes that the air in New York in the months after the collapse of the Twin Towers contained unhealthy levels of chemicals. It quotes Thomas Cahill.

(9.11.2003). Debris led to 'brutal' WTC air. Davis Enterprise.
Thomas Cahill is quoted throughout this front page story on the dangerous forms of pollutants that were in the air following the collapse of the World Trade Center buildings.

(9.11.2003). Ground Zero Air Quality Study On CNN Live. CNN.
Report says Thomas Cahill discovered "some of the worst pollution ever, ever recorded."

(9.11.2003).  Update World Trade Center dust scrutinised: Health risks from twin towers' smoke remains uncertain. Nature Science.
Report from chemical society meeting quotes Thomas Cahill: "The stuff we saw in that plume - it was truly nasty."

(9.11.2003) Debate Lingers on Air Quality After 9/11: Long-term effects from Ground Zero Debris Still Unknown. DrKoop.com (Health News).
This report on presentations at chemical society meeting includes a brief reference to Thomas Cahill and UC Davis study.

(9.11.2003) Health fears over Twin Towers' Plume. The New Scientist.
It may take years before the health effects from air pollution caused by the collapse of the Twin Towers to show up, says Thomas Cahill.

(9.11.2003). Air Pollution: Calif. Scientist Says EPA Mislead Public; Following Sept. 11. Greenwire.
Thomas Cahill found that the air in New York in the months after the collapse of the twin towers contained unhealthy levels of chemicals, reports this environmental news service for lawmakers, journalists and other opinion leaders. Thomas Cahill was also selected for the service's quote of the day.

(9.11.2003) Ground Zero 'brutal' for workers. New York Daily News.
Story quotes Thomas Cahill as saying, "Many of those recovery workers received 20 years' worth of dangerous exposures in a couple of months."

(9.11.2003). Air Pollution: Chemicals Lingered Around Ground Zero After Sept. 11- Report. Greenwire.
A comment about the air pollution caused by the collapse of the Twin Towers mentions the research of Thomas Cahill.

(9.10.2003). Seeking to air the truth: Breathing 'brutal' for 9/11 crews. The Vacaville Reporter.
Thomas Cahill says this study offers a model of how the World Trade Center debris pile worked and of what those who worked on and near the pile were breathing.

(9.10.2003). Lingering peril of 9/11: Ground Zero: Workers ran toxic risk, UCD study says. Sacramento Bee. Thomas Cahill says his investigation is the most extensive analysis yet of the pollution from the trade center wreckage.

(9.10.2003). Ground zero air quality was 'brutal' for months. San Francisco Chronicle. UC Davis scientist concurs that EPA reports misled the public In the lead story on the front page; Thomas Cahill says unhealthy levels of pollutants existed at the World Trade Center site despite the federal government's claim that the air was safe to breathe.

(9.10.2003). Capital Public Radio.
Trade Center air morning report describes new study of World Trade Center air pollution and health hazards, and interviews Thomas Cahill.

(9.10.2003). 'Brutal' effects of Ground Zero fumes. BBC News (online).
"The debris pile acted like a chemical factory," said Thomas Cahill.

(9.10.2003). Study: Air Around Ground Zero Was Very Toxic. KGO-7 (ABC).
Posted to KGO's online news site, this story describes Thomas Cahill's air-quality research and quotes Cahill and UC Davis spokeswoman Sylvia Wright.

(9.10.2003). Study Finds WTC Fires Spewed Toxic Gases for Weeks. Reuters News Service.
Describes Thomas Cahill's research, which "comes amid questions about air quality at Ground Zero and what the public was told by the government."

(9.10.2003). Ground Zero fumes 'brutal.' CBC News Online.
Thomas Cahill, at the American Chemical Society's national meeting in New York City, said the air quality at Ground Zero on October 3rd was the worst he's ever seen.

(9.10.2003). UCD study finds WTC debris a chemical factory. Daily Democrat.
The fuming World Trade Center debris pile was a chemical factory that exhaled pollutants in particularly dangerous forms that could penetrate deep into the lungs of workers at Ground Zero, says a new study by UC Davis air quality experts led by Thomas Cahill.

(9.10.2003). Trade center air quality. Channel 4 (NBC) KRON-TV.
This story from New York, broadcasted in the San Francisco area, describes UC Davis research.

(9.10.2003). Trade center air quality. KTVU-2 (Fox).
This story, broadcasted in Oakland area describes UC Davis research, names Thomas Cahill.

(9.10.2003). Trade Center air quality. KSAZ-Fox.
 
This very short story describes UC Davis research, names Thomas Cahill.

(9.10.2003). Trade center air quality. KTBC-TV.
This longer version of the Fox report quotes Thomas Cahill as saying, "Somebody should have done a better job demanding they wear the respirators."

(9.10.2003). UC Davis Study: New Yorkers May Have Breathed Deadly Dust As Long As A Month After 9-11. Fox 40.
Thomas Cahill says, "Somebody should have done a better job demanding they wear respirators."

(9.10.2003). Trade center air quality. WPIX-TV.
New York broadcast reports findings of Thomas Cahill.

(9.7.2003) Fleeing smog? Look out for trees: Oak, pine gases mix with city pollutants to make foothill air worse than Valley's. Sacramento Bee.
Thomas Cahill is quoted at the end of this long story saying we need more studies because we don't know enough about how this smog process works.

(9.3.2003). Cold air seals in pollution from valley. Tahoe Daily Tribune.
"My personal opinion based on data is that lake clarity ... is not being affected by pollutants transported in from outside the basin," said Tom Cahill..

(9.2.2003). Experts study Sacramento pollution on Lake Tahoe: Scientists are studying whether air pollution from Sacramento threatens the environmental health of the Lake Tahoe basin. San Francisco Chronicle.
Quotes John Reuter, a professor at UC Davis who has researched Lake Tahoe since the 1970s.

(8.28.2003). Sacramento's poor air quality could affect Tahoe. Tahoe Daily Tribune.
UC Davis professors John Reuter and Tom Cahill comment on sources of specific pollutants in the Tahoe Basin.

(8.13.2003). Carmakers, state drop suits: Both sides agree to focus on gas-electric hybrids. San Jose Mercury News.
Tom Cahill says battery-driven electric cars are "a disaster" in their ability to reduce air pollution.

(7.10.2003). Smog Tops List of Worries. San Jose Mercury News.
This story reports on a survey about environmental concerns and driving. Thomas Cahill says older or poorly maintained vehicles -- about 10 percent of passenger vehicles on the road -- spew out two-thirds of the pollution from passenger vehicles.

(4.18.2003). Policy overhaul expected on lead. Sacramento Bee.
Tom Cahill explains it is the dust coming off the old paint, not paint chips, that is harmful to humans.

(3.27.2003). Plumes of Smoke: Baghdad's dark skies divide health specialists. The Boston Globe.
Quoted is Tom Cahill who studied the 1991 Kuwait fires.

(3.21.2003). Reports of oil wells afire raise fears of '91 replay. San Francisco Chronicle.
Article mentions previous studies by Thomas Cahill that measured pollutants from burning oil wells following the Gulf War.

(3.17.2003) Ground Zero Air Wasn't That Safe? CBS.
Thomas Cahill is quoted on his findings about health risks in air pollution from the collapse of the World Trade Center.

(3.16.2003) 9/11 air assurances disputed: A draft report says EPA erred in saying breathing at Ground Zero was safe. Sacramento Bee.
A federal report finds that the U.S. EPA made statements about air quality at the World Trade Center site that were not supported by facts. Thomas Cahill is quoted.

(1.3.2003) 9/11 dust still being studied. Disaster News Network.
Thomas Cahill is quoted.

2002

(12.16.2002) Angry, ailing and afraid, Ground Zero residents demand to know: Is their air safe? People Magazine  UC Davis research findings are described; Thomas Cahill says, "The EPA used ordinary methods for an extraordinary event."

(9.29.2002)  UC Davis professor part of WTC study. The Vacaville Reporter
Thomas Cahill is quoted on his indoor air-quality findings in the area surrounding the World Trade Center site.

(9.25.2002). Indoor air near Ground Zero safe after cleaning. Capital Public Radio
Describes study of indoor air near Ground Zero that was done by Thomas Cahill in conjunction with the American Lung Association of New York City.

(9.25.2002). Ground Zero Air Polluted by Diesel Equipment. Environment News Service .
Describes new study of indoor air near Ground Zero; names Thomas Cahill and UC Davis DELTA Group.

(9.24.2002). UC Davis study says spaces near WTC can be made habitable. San Jose Mercury.
Describes study of indoor air near Ground Zero that was done by Thomas Cahill in conjunction with the American Lung Association of New York City.

(9.24.2002) EPA says toxins near WTC low, but emissions persist. Newsday.
This story describes study of indoor air near Ground Zero that was done by Thomas Cahill in conjunction with the American Lung Association of New York City.

(9.21.2002). A closer look at air pollution. Capital Public Radio.
Program explores an array of air quality topics with Thomas Cahill.

(9.6.2002). Cut Trees to Save Lives: Unchecked Forest Growth Fuels Particularly Risky Fires. The Daily News of Los Angeles.
Thomas Cahill is quoted.

(9.1.2002). 9/11: One Year Later. Unsettled Air: The unknown health effects of the towers' collapse. Scientific American magazine.
Thomas Cahill discusses his findings of fine particles in World Trade Center samples.

(8.17.2002). Questions of Origin: Vikings, Vinland, and the veracity of a map. Science News magazine.
Thomas Cahill says "the hypothesis of a forgery is requiring more and more cleverness and insight on the part of the forger."

(8.5.2002). Vinland Map revisited. National Public Radio "Morning Edition".
Thomas Cahill, who has participated in previous map-dating attempts, is quoted.

(8.5.2002). Vinland map reconsidered. CNN TV.
Thomas Cahill is quoted in this story about new analyses of ink and parchment of the Vinland map.

(8.1.2002). New fight over old map. Nature Science Update.
Thomas Cahill is quoted in this article about new debate on the authenticity of the Vinland map.

(7.30.2002). Vinland Map authenticity questioned; Cartography: Parchment on N. American chart may be real, but ink may be fraud, studies find. Los Angeles Times.
Tom Cahill's 1990s research is cited in the story.

(7.30.2002). New study says Yale University's Vinland map is a forgery. Associated Press.
New evidence does not prove that the Vinland map, apparently showing Viking exploration of North America, is a forgery, says Thomas Cahill, who analyzed the document in the mid-1990's.

(7.14.2002). Autos: Calif/GHG Bill Would Affect Industry Nationwide, Experts Say. Greenwire.
Thomas Cahill comments on California's leadership on auto emissions, and reason new state emissions laws would ripple through U.S.

(7.14.2002). California could set auto trend: Global-Warming Bill Linked to Gas Mileage. San Jose Mercury News. Thomas Cahill is quoted.

(6.30.2002). Oakland goes golden: Apartment high-rise, science center, in-fill housing win builders' Nugget awards. SFChronicle.com.
Dutton Hall on UC Davis campus won an architectural and design award last week at the Pacific Coast Builders Conference.
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(6.30.2000). Asthma sufferers struggle to endure wildfires in West. Contra Costa Times.
Thomas Cahill describes complex chemistry of smoke.

(6.28.2002). Downwind of Wildfires, There's a Breath of Risk: For people with asthma, emphysema, chronic bronchitis or heart disease, the thick haze can bring fear, discomfort, even death. Los Angeles Times.
Thomas Cahill is quoted.

(6.14.2002). Sac Valley racing to meet federal clean-air deadline. Sacramento Business Journal.
Pollution from the Bay area exacerbates existing air quality problems in the Sacramento Valley, says Thomas Cahill.

(6.10.2002). Pollutants Often Invade Even Pristine Peaks. Los Angeles Times.
Reports on research by Thomas Cahill and others that finds that pollution travels around the world.

(6.1.2002). Dirty air has gone global. Toronto Star.
Thomas Cahill is quoted in this story on how pollution from major cities dirties the whole earth.

 (5.25.2002). From arsenic to phosphorous, tiny pollutants have global reach and effect. Associated Press.
 
Thomas Cahill says air quality in Hawaii is as bad as that found in suburbs of Beijing.

(May-June.2002). Trade Center air laden with very fine particles, DELTA scientists find. California Agriculture

(4.26.2002). Asia's wind-borne pollution a hazardous export to U.S. Los Angeles Times.
Thomas Cahill says a larger fraction of U.S. haze than expected is Asian.

(4.26.2002). China smog spreads to U.S. San Jose Mercury News.
Thomas Cahill is quoted in this article on air pollution from China coming to U.S.

(3.31.2002). Chinese dust arrives in U.S.  Davis Enterprise.
Thomas Cahill discusses an Asian dust storm expected to reach California on Monday, April 1, 2002.

(3.30.2002). Pollutants riding dust from China across the Pacific. Sacramento Bee.
Dust from the current storm is probably not harmful, but the storms are growing in intensity, says Thomas Cahill.

(3.29.2002). China Dust. KCRA (NBC).
Describes Thomas Cahill's studies of trans-Pacific Asian dust.

(3.29.2002). China Dust. KOVR-Channel 13.
Describes Thomas Cahill's studies of trans-Pacific Asian dust.

(3.29.2002). Asian Dust. KXJZ-FM Sacramento.
 Describes Thomas Cahill's studies of trans-Pacific Asian dust.

(3.28.2002). Workers from Ground Zero are still recovering from mysterious cough. KOVR-Channel 13
UC Davis and Lawrence Livermore Lab are credited in leading the nation in analyzing the fallout. Thomas Cahill is quoted as is medical professor Steven Tharratt, although he is not credited with coming from UC Davis.

(3.27.2002). Health Problems of WTC Rescue Workers. KOVR-Channel 13.
This update describes Thomas Cahill's findings of air pollution at World Trade Center. Also quotes Steve Tharratt of the UC Davis Medical Center.

(3.1.2002). Hearings Focus on 9/11 Health Worries. Tribeca Trib.
Describes Thomas Cahill's testimony at a February 23rd hearing in Manhattan.

(2.27.2002). Blowing Smoke: The New York Times Misses A Big Scoop Right Under Its Nose. TomPaine.com.
Story describes UC Davis study of World Trade Center air quality and international media coverage thereof; quotes Thomas Cahill.

(2.27.2002). Ground Zero air quality questioned. Ventura County Star.
Describes Thomas Cahill's testimony at the February 23rd hearing in Manhattan.

(2.25.2002). Ground Zero Air. WNBC (NBC), New York City.
Describes Thomas Cahill's testimony at Feb. 23 hearing.

(2.25.2002). WTC Air Quality Questioned At Hearing. NewsMax.com.
Extensive report on the February 23rd hearing and air issues, including Thomas Cahill's testimony.

(2.25.2002). Ground Zero Air. KFBK-AM Sacramento.
Describes Thomas Cahill's testimony at the February 23rd hearing.

(2.24.2002). Hearing Brings More Debate Over Ground Zero Air Quality. New York Times. 
Thomas Cahill testifies about the air quality at the World Trade Center site during hearings in New York before the Environmental Protection Agency's ombudsman.

(2.24.2002). Investigator: EPA not properly testing WTC air. CNN.com.
Thomas Cahill testifies at a World Trade Center air-quality hearing in New York.

(2.24.2002). Airing Accusations; Nadler: EPA broke law by not clearing asbestos. Newsday.
Thomas Cahill testifies that he cannot say whether the Ground Zero air is safe—it depends on the health of each individual.

(2.24.2002). TriBeCa 'airs' its EPA beef. New York Post.
Describes Thomas Cahill's testimony at a Manhattan hearing.

(2.24.2002).Ground Zero Air. WLS (ABC).
Describes Thomas Cahill's testimony at the February 23rd hearing.

(2.24.2002). Ground Zero Air. KGO-7 (ABC).
Describes Thomas Cahill's testimony at February 23rd hearing.

(2.24.2002). Ground Zero Air. WJZ (CBS).
Describes Thomas Cahill's testimony at the February 23rd hearing.

(2.24.2002). Ground Zero Air. KOLD (CBS).
Describes Thomas Cahill's testimony at the February 23rd hearing.

(2.23.2002). Ground Zero Air Quality Questioned. Los Angeles Times.
Thomas Cahill is quoted regarding his testimony at Saturday's hearing in New York on air quality at the World Trade Center site.

(2.23.2002). Professor says air at ground zero may not be as safe as EPA has indicated. SFChronicle.com.
Wire service story reports Thomas Cahill's evidence to New York City hearing.

(2.23.2002). Expert describes air quality at Trade Center site. ABC Network News.
Thomas Cahill is interviewed at Ground Zero regarding air quality around the World Trade Center site.

(2.23.2002). Ground Zero Air. KRON-4. 
Describes Thomas Cahill's testimony at the February 23rd hearing.

(2.23.2002). Ground Zero Air. WFAA-8 (ABC).
Describes Thomas Cahill's testimony at the February 23rd hearing.

(2.23.2002). Ground Zero Air. WLOS-13 (ABC).
Describes Thomas Cahill's testimony at February 23rd hearing.

(2.23.2002). Ground Zero Air. FOX 40.
 Describes Thomas Cahill's testimony at the February 23rd hearing.

(2.23.2002). Ground Zero Air. ABC World News Tonight.
This national news report, filmed with Thomas Cahill at Ground Zero, describes UC Davis research and the the February 23rd hearing.

(2.23.2002). Prepared remarks for the Investigative Hearing of the National Ombudsman U.S. Environmental Protection Agency at New York City, N.Y.

(2.22.2002). The EPA and ground zero. Milwaukee Journal.
Thomas Cahill is quoted as part of this opinion piece on believing the EPA on its safe air verdict.

(2.15.2002). Study found awful air downtown. New York Daily News.
This story features Thomas Cahill's study of air pollution at the World Trade Center.

(2.14.2002). Daily Editorials: Can New Yorkers breathe easy? Copley News Service.
Thomas Cahill's decision to go public with his air pollution studies is lauded.

(2.14.2002). Mini-dust raises maxi-questions after September 11. BioMedNet News.
This story about UC Davis research on the World Trade Center air quality appeared in an online publication for biomedical researchers. Written by a former UC Davis News Service intern.

(2.13.2002). Quality of air as bad as Kuwait after war. London Times.
Thomas Cahill and his World Trade Center air pollution study are cited.

(2.13.2002). WTC air quality deemed harmful. Daily Democrat.
This World Trade Center air quality story highlights the work of Thomas Cahill.

(2.13.2002). Editorial: Air at Ground Zero: Can New Yorkers breathe easy? Sacramento Bee.
This editorial lauds the work of Thomas Cahill and the DELTA group studying World Trade Center air quality.

(2.12.2002). Danger Found in Trade Center Air. Los Angeles Times.
Describes the study of World Trade Center air contamination by Thomas Cahill and the DELTA Group.

(2.12.2002). Study: Pollutant levels high in NYC Associated Press.
This wire story reports on the study of World Trade Center air contamination by Thomas Cahill and the DELTA Group.

(2.12.2002). N.Y. air hazards found / EPA assurances contradicted by UCD scientists. Sacramento Bee.
Extensive report describes the study of World Trade Center air contamination by Thomas Cahill and the DELTA Group.

(2.12.2002). Toxic clouds billowed above twin tower site: Expert says particles were worst ever measured. San Francisco Chronicle.
Describes the study of World Trade Center air contamination by Thomas Cahill and the DELTA Group.

(2.12.2002). Study finds dangerous levels of pollutants around World Trade Center site.  Contra Costa Times.
Describes the study of World Trade Center air contamination by Thomas Cahill and the DELTA Group.

(2.12.2002). Particle Level Near WTC Was High, But Health Effects Are Uncertain. Wall Street Journal.
Describes the study of World Trade Center air contamination by Thomas Cahill and the DELTA Group.

(2.12.2002). Study: Post-Attack NYC Air High In Pollutants University Of California Scientists Study Air Samples. KCRA (NBC).
Describes the study of World Trade Center air contamination by Thomas Cahill and the DELTA Group.

(2.12.2002). UCD Analysis Finds Air at Ground Zero Hazardous for Workers. KXTV (ABC).
Describes the study of World Trade Center air contamination by Thomas Cahill and the DELTA Group.

(2.12.2002). Record pollution followed attacks. Albany (NY) Times Union.
Describes the study of World Trade Center air contamination by Thomas Cahill and the DELTA Group.

(2.12.2002). UCD studies Ground Zero air quality.  Davis Enterprise.
Mention's Thomas Cahill and UC Davis DELTA Group's findings from air sampling near the World Trade Center.

(2.12.2002). Study Finds Unprecedented Pollutant Levels After Sept. 11. MSNBC.com.
Describes UC Davis research on World Trade Center air quality.

(2.11.2002). Trade Center Pollution UnprecedentedLos Angeles Times.
Describes the study of World Trade Center air contamination by Thomas Cahill and the DELTA Group.

(2.11.2002). UC Davis report warns of toxic air near Ground Zero. Sacramento Business Journal.
Describes analysis of World Trade Center air by Thomas Cahill and the DELTA Group.

(2.11.2002). Masses of Very Fine Particles Emitted from Ground Zero. Environment News Service.
Describes World Trade Center air-quality research by UC Davis.

 

2001

(12.21.2001). The Perfect Dust StormScience.
Briefly describes results from the ACE-Asia study of atmospheric dust, presented at the AGU meeting in December. Thomas Cahill is quoted.

(12.13.2001). Local air pollution could be from Mongolian desert. Christian Science Monitor.
ACE-ASIA study shows that pollutants are hitching rides on dust plumes from Asia and coming over to America. UC Davis' Thomas Cahill is prominently quoted.

(12.1.2001). Officials Track Environmental Fallout of WTC Collapse. JOM: The Member Journal of the Minerals, Metals and Materials Society.
Describes UC Davis' plans to analyze World Trade Center air samples.

(11.5.2001). Northern California Scientists to Analyze Ground Zero Air. KXTV-Channel 10.
This story features Thomas Cahill and the DELTA Group's study of air samples at the World Trade Center.

(11.5.2001). Attack Site Air to Be Tested by UC Davis. KCRA-Channel 3.
This story features Thomas Cahill and the DELTA Group's study of the air from the World Trade Center.

(11.5.2001). UC DAVIS TESTS AIR PARTICLES FROM THE WORLD TRADE CENTER. KOVR-Channel 13.
This story features Thomas Cahill of the DELTA Group.

(10.23.2001). UC Davis to help analyze trade center dustSan Jose Mercury News.
Thomas Cahill's World Trade Center air analysis work

(10.22.2001). San Francisco Chronicle. UC Davis team to analyze smoke, dust.
Thomas
Cahill and DELTA Group featured for analyzing air at World Trade Center.

2000

Global Air Study Boosted by UC Davis Innovations. San Jose Mercury News.
Trans-Pacific Air Pollution Is Worse Than Was Suspected, Says New Study. UC Davis News.
The Ill Wind. UC Davis Magazine (Volume 18, Number 1).
Red Wind Blowing. National Geographic News.

Transpacific Pollution Leaves Thicker and Thicker Trail. CNN.

A Global Problems: China's Pollution. CBS Evening News.

Lake Tahoe Faces Murky Future
. ENN.
Lake Tahoe Watershed Assessment Findings.
UC Davis News.

Tahoe Waters Study Finds Alarming Rise in Runoff, Algae, Air Pollution.
SF Gate News.
Study Hopes to Clear the Air on Valley Smog Troubles. Sacramento Bee.
US Moves to Cut MTBE. San Jose Mercury.
Lake Tahoe's Clouded Fate. US News.
Lake Tahoe in Trouble. Napa News.
Tahoe's Losing its Hue of Blue. Davis Enterprise.
International Smog. UC Davis Magazine.
Sierra in Peril. KQED.

1999

Thomas Cahill wins Clean Air Award. CA&ES Currents, July.
West Coast Scientists Track Pollution Back to Factories in Asia. Sacramento Bee.
Fighting Fire with Science. California Agriculture.
Air Quality Concerns May Hinder Prescribed Burn Efforts. California Agriculture.
Asia Pollution Reaches the West Coast. ENN.

1998

Thomas Cahill: Clearing the Air to Clear the Water. Tahoe Research Group.
Asian Pollutants Ride Pacific Winds. Science.
First Evidence of Pollution Sullying Other Continents. Christian Science Monitor.
Air, Water Quality, Forestry, Among Tahoe Meeting Topics. UC News.
Study Links Heart Attack Deaths, Dirty Valley Air. Sacramento Bee.
Asia Air Pollution Migrating to U.S. Sacramento Bee.
Tahoe Scientists Pledge United Effort. Reno Gazette-Journal.
Air Attack. UC Davis Magazine.
Asian Pollution Drifts Over North America. Science News.
Asian Smog Degrading U.S. Air Quality. ENN.

1997

Lake Tahoe: A Watershed Management Study. Western Water Magazine, July/August.
Ozone Find Sends Chemists Back to the Computer. ENN.

1996

The Hazy Smokies. UC Davis President's Report.
Benign? Perilous? Eyes Can't Tell a Difference, Lungs Can. Richmond Times Dispatch.
Sulfur dioxide clouds dissipate over national parks. California Aggie.
Disputed Medieval Map Held Genuine After All. New York Times.

The World Before Columbus. PBS.

1995

Sahara Dust Blows Over United States. Science News.

1994

Too Late for Owens Lake. UC Davis Magazine

Press Releases

2003

(9.10.2003).
Trade Center Debris Pile Was a Chemical Factory, Says New Study.

2002

(9.25.2002). New Study of Ground Zero Air Shows Indoor Spaces Can Be Cleaned; Diesel Pollution Remains a Threat.

(2.1.2002).Trade Center Air Held Unprecedented Amounts of Very Fine Particles, Silicon, Sulfates, Metals, Say UC Davis Scientists.

2001

(10.18.2001). UC Davis Will Analyze Air Samples from World Trade Center Attack Site.