Diana S. Aga
Diana S. Aga
Henry Woodburn Professor of Chemistry, University at Buffalo
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Comparison of the occurrence of antibiotics in four full-scale wastewater treatment plants with varying designs and operations
AL Batt, S Kim, DS Aga
Chemosphere 68 (3), 428-435, 2007
Potential ecological and human health impacts of antibiotics and antibiotic-resistant bacteria from wastewater treatment plants
S Kim, DS Aga
Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part B 10 (8), 559-573, 2007
Removal of antibiotics in wastewater: effect of hydraulic and solid retention times on the fate of tetracycline in the activated sludge process
S Kim, P Eichhorn, JN Jensen, AS Weber, DS Aga
Environmental science & technology 39 (15), 5816-5823, 2005
Investigating the molecular interactions of oxytetracycline in clay and organic matter: insights on factors affecting its mobility in soil
P Kulshrestha, RF Giese, DS Aga
Environmental science & technology 38 (15), 4097-4105, 2004
Evaluating the vulnerability of surface waters to antibiotic contamination from varying wastewater treatment plant discharges
AL Batt, IB Bruce, DS Aga
Environmental pollution 142 (2), 295-302, 2006
Lessons learned from more than two decades of research on emerging contaminants in the environment
K Noguera-Oviedo, DS Aga
Journal of hazardous materials 316, 242-251, 2016
Occurrence of sulfonamide antimicrobials in private water wells in Washington County, Idaho, USA
AL Batt, DD Snow, DS Aga
Chemosphere 64 (11), 1963-1971, 2006
Abundance of six tetracycline resistance genes in wastewater lagoons at cattle feedlots with different antibiotic use strategies
N Peak, CW Knapp, RK Yang, MM Hanfelt, MS Smith, DS Aga, ...
Environmental microbiology 9 (1), 143-151, 2007
Pharmaceutical metabolites in the environment: analytical challenges and ecological risks
MD Celiz, J Tso, DS Aga
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 28 (12), 2473-2484, 2009
Extremely cost‐effective and efficient solar vapor generation under nonconcentrated illumination using thermally isolated black paper
Z Liu, H Song, D Ji, C Li, A Cheney, Y Liu, N Zhang, X Zeng, B Chen, ...
Global Challenges 1 (2), 1600003, 2017
Evaluating the biodegradability of sulfamethazine, sulfamethoxazole, sulfathiazole, and trimethoprim at different stages of sewage treatment
S Pérez, P Eichhorn, DS Aga
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 24 (6 …, 2005
Humic acid-induced silver nanoparticle formation under environmentally relevant conditions
N Akaighe, RI MacCuspie, DA Navarro, DS Aga, S Banerjee, M Sohn, ...
Environmental science & technology 45 (9), 3895-3901, 2011
Enhanced biodegradation of iopromide and trimethoprim in nitrifying activated sludge
AL Batt, S Kim, DS Aga
Environmental science & technology 40 (23), 7367-7373, 2006
Simultaneous analysis of multiple classes of antibiotics by ion trap LC/MS/MS for assessing surface water and groundwater contamination
AL Batt, DS Aga
Analytical chemistry 77 (9), 2940-2947, 2005
Toward a comprehensive strategy to mitigate dissemination of environmental sources of antibiotic resistance
PJ Vikesland, A Pruden, PJJ Alvarez, D Aga, H Bürgmann, X Li, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 51 (22), 13061-13069, 2017
Determination of the persistence of tetracycline antibiotics and their degradates in manure-amended soil using enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay and liquid chromatography− mass …
DS Aga, S O'Connor, S Ensley, JO Payero, D Snow, D Tarkalson
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 53 (18), 7165-7171, 2005
Assessing antibiotic sorption in soil: a literature review and new case studies on sulfonamides and macrolides
SR Wegst-Uhrich, DAG Navarro, L Zimmerman, DS Aga
Chemistry Central Journal 8, 1-12, 2014
Fate of pharmaceuticals in the environment and in water treatment systems
DS Aga
CRC press, 2007
Elucidating the relative roles of ammonia oxidizing and heterotrophic bacteria during the biotransformation of 17α-ethinylestradiol and trimethoprim
WO Khunjar, SA Mackintosh, J Skotnicka-Pitak, S Baik, DS Aga, NG Love
Environmental science & technology 45 (8), 3605-3612, 2011
Selective uptake and bioaccumulation of antidepressants in fish from effluent-impacted Niagara River
P Arnnok, RR Singh, R Burakham, A Pérez-Fuentetaja, DS Aga
Environmental science & technology 51 (18), 10652-10662, 2017
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