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Details of Dr. Joseph J. Delfino   


Gender male
Job title Professor Emeritus, Environmental Engineering Sciences
Department Environmental Engineering Sciences
University of Florida ( UF)
A.P. Black Hall Gainesville FL 32611
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel (352) 262-8440
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Website http://www.ees.ufl.edu
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Degree Ph.D. Water Chemistry, Univ.of Wisconsin M.S. Chemistry, Univ. of Idaho B.S. Chemistry, Holy Cross College
Job type Teaching/Education , Research , Decision Making & Policy , Technical Advice & Consulting
Research Area(s) Chemical Oceanography , Policy, Law, Economics, Management , Pollution , Limnology , Chemical Oceanography , Policy, Law, Economics, Management , Pollution , Limnology
Research Activities Teach/Research in Aquatic Chemistry, Water Quality Analysis, Sediment Contaminants, Trace Metals, Trace Organics, Fate and Transport of Chemical Contaminants
Skills/Expertise water chemistry; chemical analysis; water resources policy; industrial ecology & sustainability; public health engineering; expert witness testimony in these areas.
Comments Interested in short term consulting or honorarium type professional activities related to research interests and areas of expertise.
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Joseph DELFINO)

Ann, Y.K., Reddy, K.R., and Delfino, J.J. [2000] Influence of Redox Potential on Phosphorus Solubility in Chemically Amended Wetland Organic Soils. Ecological Engineering 14, 169-180.
Ann, Y.K., Reddy, K.R. and Delfino, J.J. [2000] Influence of Chemical Amendments on Phosphorus Immobilization in a Constructed Wetland. Ecological Engineering, 14, 157-167.
Davis, W.M., Erickson, C.L., Johnston, C.T., Delfino, J.J. and Porter, J.E.[1999] Quantitative Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopic Investigation of Humic Substance Functional Group Composition. Chemosphere, 38, 2897-2912.
Miles, C.J. and Delfino, J.J. [1999] Priority Pollutant Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Florida Sediments. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 63, 226-234.
Gottgens, J.F., Rood, B.E., Delfino, J.J. and Simmers, B.S. [1999] Uncertainty in Paleoecological Studies of Mercury in Sediment Cores. Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 110, 313-333.
Rood, B.E., Gottgens, J.F., and Delfino, J.J. [1998] Comparison of Mercury Accumulation in Lake Eden and the Savannas Marsh Wetland, Florida, USA. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol., 26, 1365-1369.
Rood, B.E., Gottgens, J.F., Delfino, J.J., Earle, C.D.E. and Crisman, T.L. [1995] Mercury Accumulation Trends in Florida Everglades and Savannas March Flooded Soils. Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 80, 981-990.
Garcia, K.L., Delfino, J.J. and Powell, D.H. [1993] Nonregulated Organic Compounds in Florida Sediments. Water Research, 27, 1601-1613.
Delfino, J.J. and Otto, R.G. [1986] Trace Metal Transport in Two Tributaries of the Upper Chesapeake Bay: The Susquehanna and Bush Rivers. Marine Chemistry, 20, 29-44.
Sullivan, J.R. and Delfino, J.J. [1982] The Determination of Mercury in Fish. Journ. Environ. Science & Health - Part A, Environ. Science and Engr., 17, 265-275.
Delfino, J.J. [1979] Toxic Substances in the Great Lakes. Environmental Science & Technology, 13, 1462-1468.
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Created: 2000-05-24 Last Updated: 2016-06-16