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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Dean emeritus
Department Marine Chemistry and Geochemistry
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Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Woods Hole
MA
02543
Regions Mediterranean Sea - Western Basin
Mediterranean Sea - Eastern Basin
Sea of Marmara
Black Sea
Sea of Azov
Bristol Channel
English Channel
Tel 1 508 274 1926
Fax 1 508 457 2193
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree Ph.D Oceanography (Chemical) , M. S. Chemistry , B. S. Chemistry
Job type Teaching/Education , Research , Institutional Management , Technical Advice & Consulting
Research Area(s) Chemical Oceanography , Policy, Law, Economics, Management , Pollution , Chemical Oceanography , Policy, Law, Economics, Management , Pollution
Research Activities Biogeochemistry of organic contaminant and natural organic chemicals in aquatic systems with a focus on sediments. Pollution issues. Oil Pollution inputs, fates and effects. Biochemistry of marine organisms. Science-policy-management interface. Undergraduate and graduate education.
Research Region 102
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. John FARRINGTON)

Farrington, J. W. and H. Takada. (2014). Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs), Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) and Plastics: Examples of the Status, Trends, and Cycling of Organic Chemicals of Environmental Concern in the Ocean. Oceanography 27 (1):196-213. Farrington, J. W. (2014). Organic Chemicals of Environmental Concern: Water Sampling and Analytical Challenges. Oceanography 27 (1): 214-216. Froehlich, F. and J. W. Farrington (guest eds) (2014). Changing Ocean Chemistry: An Introduction to This Special Issue. Oceanography 27 (1):12-15.
Farrington, J. W. (2013). Oil Pollution in the Marine Environment I: Inputs, Big Spills, Small Spills, and Dribbles. Environment:Science and Policy for Sustainable Development. 55(6): 3-13. Farrington, J. W. (2014). Oil Pollution in the Marine Environment II: Fates and Effects of Oil Spills. Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development. 56(4): 16-31. DOI: 10.1080/00139157.2014.922382 Farrington, J. W. (2014). Oil Pollution in the Marine Environment III: Fates and Effects of Chronic Inputs. Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development. 56(5): 12-25. DOI:10.1080/0013919157.2014.943626
Holmes, M.A., P. Asher, J. Farrington, R. Fine, M. Leinen, and P. LeBoy (2011). Does Gender Bias Influence Awards Given by Societies? EOS Transactions, American Geophysical Union 92(47) (22 November 2011): 421-422.
Farrington, J. W. (2010). Written testimony statement of John W. Farrington before the National Commission on the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling. September, 28, 2010. http://www.oilspillcommission.gov/document/john-farrington-written-statement.
Farrington, J.W., E.D. Goldberg, R.W. Risebrough, J.H. Martin, and V.T. Bowen (1983). U.S.
EDUCATION, POLICY OR PUBLIC INFORMATION PUBLICATIONS AND REPORTS Farrington, J. W. (1973). Atmospheric Input of Hydrocarbons to the Sea. Marine Pollution Bulletin 4: (Correspondence) page 89. Farrington, J.W. (1977). Oil and Water. Business and Society Review. Testimony No. 21 at Hearings Before the Subcommittee on the Environment and the Atmosphere of the Committee on Science and Technology of the U.S. House of Representatives, 91st Session, June 28-29, 1977, (No. 40), U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1977. Testimony at Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Coast Guard Navigation and the Subcommittee on Merchant Marine of the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, 95th Congress, First Session, Serial Na. 95-14, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1977 Testimony at Joint Hearings Before the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation and Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, United States Senate, December 5, 1979, Serial No. 96-66, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 1980. Farrington, J.W. (1977). The Biogeochemistry of Oil in the Ocean. Oceanus, 20:5-14. Quinn, J.G., J.N. Butler, J.W. Farrington, D.C. Gordon, Jr., J.L. Laseter, and R.F. Lee (1979). Fossil Fuels. In: Proceedings of a Workshop on Scientific Problems Relating to Ocean Pollution, U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA, Washington, D.C. Atwood, D., D.W. Brown, V. Cabelli, J. Farrington, C. Garside, C. Han, D.V. Hansen, G. Harvey, K.S. Kamlet, J. O'Connor, L. Swanson, D. Swift, J. Thomas, J. Walsh, and T. Whitledge (1979). New York Bight. In: Assimilative Capacity of U.S. Coastal Waters for Pollutants, Proceedings of a Workshop. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA, Washington, D.C. Farrington, J.W. (1982). Annual Report of the Coastal Research Center of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Technical Report 82-15. Farrington, J.W., J.M. Capuzzo, T.M. Leschine, and M.A. Champ (1982). Ocean Dumping. Oceanus. 25: 39-50. Farrington, J.W. (1983). Scientific research and monitoring response to offshore oil spills: The example of the IXTOC-I blowout cruise, September 1979. In: Proceedings, Technology Conference George's Bank, Hydrocarbon Exploration and Development, Nantucket Island, Massachusetts. American Society for Environmental Education, Hanover, New Hampshire, pp 122-152. Farrington, J.W. (1983). Bivalves as sentinels of coastal chemical pollution: The Mussel (and Oyster) Watch. Oceanus. 26(2):18-29. Testimony Before the Hearings on National Environmental Monitoring Subcommittee on Natural Resources, Agricultural Research and Environment of the Committee on Science and Technology, House of Representatives, U.S. Congress, May 26, 1983. Farrington, J.W. (1984). Sources and Distribution Processes of Chemical Contaminants in the Coastal Zone. Proceedings, Law of the Sea Institute, 16th Annual Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, June 1982. In: The Law of the Sea and Ocean Industry: New Opportunities and Restraints, D.M. Johnson and N.G. Letalik, eds., Law of the Sea Institute, University of Hawaii, pp 246-269. Farrington, J.W., B.W. Tripp, A.C. Davis, and J. Sulanowski (1985). One view of the role of scientific information in the solution of enviro-economic problems. In: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Utilization of Coastal Ecosystems, Planning, Pollution, Productivity, 22-27 November 1982, Rio Grande, RS, Brazil, Vol. I, N.L. hao and W. Kirby-Smith, eds., Duke University Marine Laboratory, Beaufort, N.C., pp 73-102. Farrington, J.W. (1985). Oil pollution: A decade of research and monitoring. Oceanus. 28(3):2-12. Tripp, B.W. and J.W. Farrington (1985). Using sentinel organisms to monitor chemical changes in the coastal zone: Progress and paralysis. In: Gambling with the Shore, Proceedings 9th Annual Conference, The Coastal Society, Washington, D.C., pp 195-201. Farrington, J.W. (1986). Coastal Research Center Report of the Period May 1984-February 1986. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Technical Report 86-16. DeFries, R.S., J.W. Farrington, E. Brown Weiss (1986). SCOPE: Opportunities for international study of global environmental issues. The Environmental Professional. 7:311-317. Andersen, N.R., R. Dawson, J.C. Duinker, J.W. Farrington, A.H. Knap and G. Kullenberg (1989). Objectives, components and experiences in development of the IOC Marine Pollution Monitoring System (MARPOLMON). Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 11:299-314. U.S. National Research Council Report (1989). The Adequacy of Environmental Information for Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Decisions: Florida and California. Committee to Review the Outer Continental Shelf Environmental Studies Program. (Report to President Bush's Cabinet Level Task Force). National Academies Press, Washington, D.C., 86 pp. (J. W. Farrington, Chair of 13 member committee). Farrington, J.W. (1990). Marine Education, Introduction. Oceanus, 33 (3):5-11 Farrington, J.W. (1992). Marine Chemistry, Introduction. Oceanus, 35 (1):11-17. Tripp, B.W., J.W. Farrington, E.D. Goldberg, and J. Sericano (1992). International Mussel Watch: the initial implementation phase. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 24:371-373. Farrington, J.W. (1992). (Chair of Committee) Synopsis of Comments on the Poster Proceedings of the Gulf of Maine Scientific Workshop. (J. Wiggin and C.N.K. Mooers, eds.) Urban Harbors Institute, University of Massachusetts-Boston, Boston, MA. pp. 213- 215. Farrington, J.W. (1992). (Chair of Committee) Gulf and Global Climate Change. Proceedings of the Gulf of Maine Scientific Workshop. (J. Wiggin and C.N.K. Mooers, eds.) Urban Harbors Institute, University of Massachusetts-Boston, Boston, MA. pp. 169-172. Farrington, J.W. and B.W. Tripp (1993). International Mussel Watch. Oceanus. 36 (2): 62-64. Farrington, J. W. and A. L. Peirson, III. (1996). Undergraduate college faculty workshops in oceanography, 1987-1992. Oceanography 9: 135-139. Farrington, J. W. (1997). Sources, Transport and Fate of Contaminants in the Gulf of Maine. Proceedings of the Gulf of Maine Ecosystems Dynamics. Scientific Symposium and Workshop. G. T. Wallace and E. F. Braasch (eds. Report 97-1. Regional Association for Research on the Gulf of Maine, Hanover, New Hampshire. Pp. 135-139. Farrington, J. W. (1998). Collaborator for Chapter III. Exchange of Contaminants between the Sediments and the Water Column. In ?Contaminated Sediments in Boston Harbor? ( K. D. Stolzenbach and E. E. Adams (eds.). Marine Center for Coastal Processes, Sea Grant Program, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sea Grant College Program, Cambridge, MA 02139. Shaw, D. G., J. W. Farrington, M. S. Connors, B. W. Tripp. J. R. Schubel. (1999). Potential Environmental Consequences of Petroleum Exploration and Development on Georges Bank. A White Paper. Report 99-3. New England Aquarium Aquatic Forum Series. New England, Aquarium, Boston, Massachusetts. USA. 64.pp. Farrington, J. W. (1999). ?Mussel Watch? and Chemical Contamination of the Coasts by Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons. Marine Pollution. Proceedings of a Symposium held in Monaco, 5-9 October 1998. International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA-TECDOC-1094. IAEA, Vienna, 1999. pp. 273-278. Shaw, D. G., J. W. Farrington, M. S. Connor, B. W. Tripp, and J. R. Schubel (2000). The role of environmental scientists in public policy: a lesson from Georges Bank. ?Viewpoint? in Marine Pollution Bulletin 40:727-730. U. S. National Research Council Report (2001). A Risk-Management Strategy for PCB Contaminated Sediments. National Academy Press, Washington, D. C. 432 pp. (J.W. Farrington, Chair of 14- person committee). Farrington, J. W. (2001). Sverdrup, Johnson, and Fleming?s The Oceans revisited: What of the Future of Graduate Education in Ocean Sciences? Oceanography 14: 34-39. Farrington, J.W. (2001) Chlorinated Hydrocarbons. in ?The Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences? (J. H. Steele, K. K. Turekian, S. A. Thorpe (eds). Academic Press, London. Volume1. p. 450-462. Farrington, J.W. and J. E. McDowell (2004). Mixing Oil and Water. Tracking the sources and impacts of oil pollution in the marine environment. Oceanus 42 (3) June 2004 http://www.oceanusmag.whoi.edu Farrington, John W., Susan Cook, and Russell McDuff (2008). Report of Ocean Science Education Retreat of 2005. Consortium for Ocean Leadership,1201 New York Ave, NW, 4th Floor Washington, D.C. 20005. Farrington, J. W. and M. A, Feder (eds) (2010). NOAA Education Programs, Review and Critique. National Academies Press, Washington, DC www.nap.edu 184 pp.
PUBLICATIONS: JOURNALS, BOOK CHAPTERS, PROCEEDINGS VOLUMES Farrington, J.W. and D.L. Baker (1969). Effect of temperature on the activity of glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate hydrogenase: a comparison of halibut and rabbit enzymes. J. Fish. Res. Bd, Canada, 26: 2517-2521. Farrington, J.W. and J.G. Quinn (1971). Fatty acid diagenesis in Recent sediments from Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island. Nature Phys. Sci., 230:66-69. Farrington, J.W. and J.G. Quinn (1971). Comparison of sampling and extraction techniques for fatty acids in Recent sediments. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta., 35:735-741. Farrington, J.W. and J.G. Quinn (1973). Biogeochemistry of fatty acids in Recent sediments from Narragansett Bay. Geochim. Cosmochim, Acta., 36:259-268. Farrington, J.W., J.G. Quinn and W. Davis (1973). Fatty acids of Nepthys incisa and Yoldia limitula. J. Fish Res. Bd. Canada. 30:181-185. Farrington, J.W. and J.G. Quinn (1973). Petroleum hydrocarbons in Narragansett Bay. 1. Survey of hydrocarbons in sediments and clams (Mercenaria mercenaria). Est. Coast. Mar. Sci., 1:71-79. Farrington, J.W. and J. G. Quinn (1973). Petroleum hydrocarbons and fatty acids in wastewater effluents. I. Water Poll. Control Fed., 45: 704-712. Farrington, J.W., C.S. Giam, G.R. Harvey, P.L. Parker and J.M. Teal (1973). Analytical techniques for selected organic compounds. In: Marine Pollution Monitoring: Strategies for a National Program, E.D. Goldberg, ed., NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce. Farrington, J.W., J.M. Teal, J.G. Quinn, T.L. Wade and K.A. Burns (1973). Intercalibration of analyses of recently biosynthesized hydrocarbons and petroleum hydrocarbons in marine lipids. Bull. Envir. Contain. Tox., 10:129-136. Farrington, J.W. (1974). Some problems associated with the collection of marine samples and analysis of hydrocarbons. In: Proceedings of Conference/Workshop: Marine Environmental Implications of Offshore Drilling Eastern Gulf of Mexico, pp. 269-278. Farrington, J.W., J.M. Teal, K.A. Bums, J.G. Quinn, T.L. Wade, P.L. Parker and K. Winters (1974). Analyses of hydrocarbons in marine organisms: results of IDOE intercalibration exercises. In: Proceedings International Marine Pollution Monitoring (Petroleum) Symposium and Workshop, May 13-17, 1974. International Oceanographic Commission, the World Meteorological Organization, and the U.S. Department of Commerce. Also, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Technical Report No. 7461 Medeiros, G.C. and J.W. Farrington (1974). IDOE-5 intercalibration sample: results of analysis after 16 months storage. In: Proceedings International Marine Pollution Monitoring (Petroleum) Symposium and Workshop, May 13-17, 1974. International Oceanographic Commission, the World Meteorological Organization, and the U.S. Department of Commerce. Also, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Technical Report 74-62. Farrington, J.W. and P.A. Meyers (1975). Hydrocarbons in the marine environment. In: Environmental Chemistry, Chapter 5, Volume 1, G. Eglinton, ed., the Chemical Society, London, U .K. Farrington, J.W. and G.C. Medeiros (1975). Evaluation of some methods of analyses for petroleum hydrocarbons in marine organisms. In: Proceedings of the 1975 Conference on Prevention and Control of Oil Pollution. American Petroleum Institute, Washington, D.C., pp 115-121. Farrington, J.W. and B.W. Tripp (1975). A comparison of methods of analysis for hydrocarbons in surface sediments. In: Marine Chemistry in the Coastal Environment., T.M. Church, ed., American Chemical Society Symposium Series No. 18, pp 267-284. Spencer, D.W. and J.W. Farrington (1975). Review of marine geochemistry. Reviews Geophys. Space Phys., 13:554-624. Farrington, J.W. (1975). Oil pollution in the coastal environment. In: Proceedings of Conference on Estuarine Pollution Control and Assessment, Vol. 11, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C., pp 385-400. Farrington, J.W., J.M. Teal and P.L. Parker (1976). Petroleum hydrocarbons, Chapter 1. In: Strategies for Marine Pollution Monitoring, E.D. Goldberg, ed., Wiley Interscience, New York. Farrington, J.W., J.M. Teal, G.C. Medeiros, K.A. Burns, E.A. Robinson, Jr., J.G. Quinn and T.L. Wade (1976). Intercalibration of gas chromatographic analyses for hydrocarbons in tissues and extracts of marine organisms. Anal.Chem., 48:1711-1715. Farrington, J.W., S.M. Henrichs and R.F. Anderson (1977). Fatty acids and Pb-210 geochronology of a sediment core from Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta., 41:289-296. Lee, C., R.B. Gagosian and J.W. Farrington (1977). Sterol diagenesis in Recent sediments from Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts. Geochim, Cosmochim, Acta., 41:985-992. Teal, J.M. and J.W. Farrington (1977). A comparison of hydrocarbons in animals and their benthic habitats. Rapp. P-v Reun. Cons. Inst, Explor. Mer., 171:79-83. Farrington, J.W., N.M. Frew, P.M. Gschwend and B.W. Tripp (1977). Hydrocarbons in cores of northwestern Atlantic coastal and continental margin sediments. Est. Coast. Mar. Sci., 5:793-808. Farrington, J.W. and B.W. Tripp (1977). Hydrocarbons in Western North Atlantic Surface Sediments. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta., 41:1627-1641. Scranton, M.I. and J.W. Farrington (1977). Methane production in the waters off Walvis Bay. J. Geophys. Res., 82:4947-4953. Hites, R.A., R.E. LaFlamme and J.W. Farrington (1977). Sedimentary polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons: the historical record. Science. 198:829-831. Teal, J.M., K.A. Burns and J.W. Farrington (1978). Analyses of aromatic hydrocarbons in intertidal sediments resulting from two spills of No. 2 fuel oil in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts. J. Fish Res. Bd. Canada, 35:510-520. Gagosian, R.B. and J.W. Farrington (1978). Sterenes in surface sediments from the southwest African shelf and slope. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta., 42:1091-1101. Gagosian, R.B., S.L. Ahmed, J.W. Farrington, R.F. Lee, R.F.C. Mantoura, K.H. Nealson, T.T. Packard and K.L. Reinhart, Jr. (1978). Future research problems in marine organic chemistry. Mar.Chem., 6: 375-382. Goldberg, E.D., V.T. Bowen, J.W. Farrington, G.R. Harvey, J.H. Martin, P.L. Parker, R.W. Risebrough, W. Robertson, E. Schneider and E. Gamble (1978). The Mussel Watch. Envir. Conservation. 5:101-125. Lee, C.L., J.W. Farrington, and R.B. Gagosian (1979). Sterol geochemistry of sediments from the western North Atlantic Ocean and adjacent coastal areas. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta., 43:35-40. Henrichs, S.M. and J.W. Farrington (1979). Amino acids in interstitial waters of marine sediments. Nature. 279:319-322. Gearing, J.N., P.J. Gearing, T.L. Wade, J.G. Quinn, H.B. McCarty, J.W. Farrington and R.F. Lee (1979). The rates of transport and fates of petroleum hydrocarbons in a controlled marine ecosystem and a note on analytical variability. In: Proceedings 1979 Oil Spill Conference, American Petroleum Institute, Washington, D.C., pp 555-564. Farrington, J.W. (1979). Geochemistry of fossil fuel hydrocarbons in marine sediments: selected aspects. In: Advances in Marine Environmental Research, Proceedings of a Symposium. U.S. EPA, Environmental Research Laboratory, Narragansett, Rhode Island, U.S.A. 02882 Wakeham, S.G. and J.W. Farrington (1980). Hydrocarbons in contemporary aquatic sediments. Chapter 1., In: Contaminants and Sediments, Vol. 1, R.A. Baker, ed., Ann Arbor Science Publishers, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Farrington, J.W. (1980). An overview of petroleum hydrocarbons in the marine environment. Chapter 1. In: Petroleum in the Marine Environment, Advances in Chemistry Series No. 185, L. Petrakis and F. Weiss, eds., American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C. Lee, C., R.B. Gagosian and J.W. Farrington (1980). Geochemistry of sterols in sediments from the Black Sea and southwest African shelf and slope. Organic Geochemistry. 2:103-113. Farrington, J.W., J. Albaiges, K. Burns, B.P. Dunn, P. Eaton, J.L. Laseter, P.L. Parker and S. Wise (1980). Chapter 2. Fossil Fuels. In: Proceedings of the International Mussel Watch Meeting, Barcelona, Spain, December, 1979, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C. Gagosian, R.B., S.O. Smith, C. Lee, J.W. Farrington and N.M. Frew (1980). Steroid transformations in recent marine sediments. In: Advances in Organic Geochemistry, 1979, A.G. Douglas and J.R. Maxwell, eds., Pergamon Press, pp. 407-419. Hites, R.A., R.E. LaFlamme, J.G. Windsor, Jr., J.W. Farrington and W.G. Deuser (1980). Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in an anoxic sediment core from the Pettaquamscutt River, Rhode Island, U.S.A. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta., 44:873-878. Henrichs, S.M. and J.W. Farrington (1980). Amino acids in interstitial waters of marine sediments: a comparison of results from varied sedimentary environments. In: Advances in Organic Geochemistry, 1979, A.G. Douglas and J.R. Maxwell, eds., Pergamon Press, pp. 435-443. Jannasch, H.W., O.C. Zafiriou and J.W. Farrington (1980). A sequencing sediment trap for time-series studies of fragile particles. Limnol. Oceanogr., 25(5):939-943. Hinga, K.R., R.F. Lee, J.W. Farrington, M.E.Q. Pilson, K. Tjessem and A.C. Davis (1980). Biogeochemistry of benzanthracene in an enclosed ecosystem. Environmental Science and Technology, 14:1136-1143. Wakeham, S.G., J.W. Farrington, R.B. Gagosian, C. Lee, H. DeBaar, G.E. Nigrelli, B.W. Tripp, J.B. Livramento, S.O. Smith and N.M. Frew (1980). Fluxes of organic matter from a sediment trap experiment in the equatorial Atlantic Ocean. Nature. 286:798-800. Tripp, B.W., J.W. Farrington and J.M. Teal (1981). Unburned coal as a source of hydrocarbons in surface sediments. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 12:122-126. Farrington, J.W. (1981). Underway measurement of organic matter in seawater: review and prognosis for the future. In: Proceedings, Symposium and Workshop on Water Sampling While Underway, National Academy Press, 1981, pp 65-82. Farrington, J.W. (1981) Environmental Impacts. In: Report of Workshop in Basic Research in Organic Geochemistry Applied to National Energy Needs, University of South Florida, Department of Marine Science, St. Petersburg, Florida. Atwood, D.K., J.A. Benjamin and J.W. Farrington (1981). The Mission of the September 1979 Researcher/Pierce IXTOC-I Cruise and the Physical Situation Encountered. In: Proceedings of Symposium on Preliminary Results from the September, 1979 Researcher/Pierce IXTOC-I Cruise. U.S. NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C. Overton, E.G., L.V. McCarthy, S.W. Mascarella, M.A. Mayberry, S.R. Antoine, J.L. Laseter, and J.W. Farrington (1981). Detailed Chemical Analyses of IXTOC-I Crude Oil and Selected Environmental Samples from the Researcher and Pierce Cruises. In: Proceedings of Symposium on Preliminary Results from the September, 1979 Researcher/Pierce IXTOC-I Cruise. U.S. NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C. Overton, E.G., J.L. Laseter, W. Mascarella, C. Raschke, I. Nuiry, and J.W. Farrington. Photo-Chemical Oxidation of IXTOC-I Oil. In Proceedings of Symposium on Preliminary Results from the September, 1979 Researcher/Pierce IXTOC-I Cruise. U.S. NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C. Hatch, W.L., D.W. Allen, P.D. Brady, A.C. Davis, and J.W. Farrington (1981). PCBs in clams (Mercenaria mercenaria) and oysters (Crassostrea virginica) from the New Bedford Harbor, Massachusetts. Pesticide Monitoring Joumal. 15:123-127. Honjo, S., D.W. Spencer, and J.W. Farrington (1982). Deep advective transport of lithogenic particles in Panama Basin. Science, 216:516-518. Farrington, J.W., A.C. Davis, N.M. Frew, and K.S. Rabin (1982). No. 2 fuel oil compounds in Mytilus edulis: Retention and release after an oil spill. Marine Biology. 66:15-26. Farrington, J.W., B.W. Tripp, J.M. Teal, G. Mille, K. Tjessem, A.C. Davis, J.B. Livramento, N.A. Hayward and N.M. Frew (1982). Biogeochemistry of aromatic hydrocarbons in the benthos of microcosms. Toxicology and Environmental Chemistry, 5:331-346. Volkman, J.K., J.W. Farrington, R.B. Gagosian, and S.G. Wakeham (1983). Lipid composition of coastal marine sediments from the Peru upwelling region. In: Advances in Organic Geochemistry, 1981, M. Bjoroy, et al., eds. John Wiley and Sons, London, pp 228-240. Wakeham, S.G., J.W. Farrington, and J.K. Volkman (1983). Fatty acids, wax esters, triglycerides, and glyceryl ethers associated with particles collected in sediment traps in the Peru upwelling. In: Advances in Organic Geochemistry, 1982, M. Bjoroy, et al., eds., John Wiley and Sons, London, pp 185-197. DeBaar, H.J.W., J.W. Farrington, and S.G. Wakeham (1983). Vertical flux of fatty acids in the North Atlantic Ocean. J. Marine Research. 41:19-41. Staresinic, N., J.W. Farrington, R.B. Gagosian, C.H. Clifford and E.M. Hulburt (1983). Downward transport of particulate matter in the Peru coastal upwelling: role of the anchoveta, Engraulis ringens. In: NATO Advanced Research Institute on Coastal Upwelling and Its Sediment Record, E. Suess and J. Thiede, eds., pp 225-240. Lee, C., S.G. Wakeham, and J.W. Farrington (1983). Variations in the composition of particulate organic matter in a time series sediment trap. Marine Chemistry. 13:181-194. Farrington, J.W., E.D. Goldberg, R.W. Risebrough, J.H. Martin, and V.T. Bowen (1983). U.S.

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