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Judy S LaKind
 

Judy S LaKind Ph.D.

Academic Title: Adjunct Associate Professor
Primary Appointment: Epidemiology & Public Health
Additional Title(s): President, LaKind Associates, LLC; Adjunct Associate Professor, Penn State University College of Medicine
lakindassoc@comcast.net
Phone: (410) 788-8639

Personal History:

Judy S. LaKind, Ph.D. is a health and environmental scientist with expertise in strategic risk management, assessment of human health risks, biomonitoring, scientific and technical analysis for regulatory and litigation support, and state-of-the-science reviews. Dr. LaKind has spoken and published extensively on risk-related issues, including children’s exposures to environmental chemicals, the implications of uncertainty in the risk assessment process, weighing potential risks and benefits related to chemical use (for example, use of MTBE in gasoline, glycols in de-icing formulations, and chlorination of drinking water for zebra mussel control), the presence of environmental chemicals in human milk, and time-dependence and distributional analysis of exposure. Dr. LaKind has evaluated the use of human health risk assessment in the development of water quality criteria, and has critically analyzed the environmental fate, behavior, and bioavailability of pollutants in the context of setting regulatory criteria. She has developed risk assessments for a variety of urban industrial sites, military bases, and firing ranges, and has utilized state-of-the-science models for estimating blood lead levels in adults and children.

Previously, Dr. LaKind was a geologist at the US EPA’s Office of Federal Activities, where she was responsible for the evaluation of Environmental Impact Statements and legislative reports. Dr. LaKind has taught graduate level courses at The Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland in risk assessment and aquatic chemistry and serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health/ and the Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology.

Dr. LaKind is a member of the World Health Organization Survey Coordinating Committee for the WHO Global Survey of Human Milk for Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) and a Councilor, International Society of Exposure Science. She is a former member of Maryland’s Children’s Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council and the Lead Poisoning Prevention Commission. Dr. LaKind also served on the Institute of Medicine Committee on Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans and Agent Orange Exposure and the US Environmental Protection Agency Science Advisory Board Panel on Perchlorate - Approaches for Deriving Maximum Contaminant Level Goals for Drinking Water.

Research Interests:

Human exposure to environmental chemicals, biomonitoring, risk assessment, chemical exposures and policy implications, chemicals in human milk


Grants/Contracts:

Investigator: Pilot Study on Concentrations of PBDEs in Human Milk (with Drs. C. M. Berlin, Jr. and I. Paul, Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Penn State College of Medicine, and Dr. D. Patterson, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). Cooperative Agreement CR-83150601-0 from the US Environmental Protection Agency. 2003.

Investigator: Partitioning and Elimination Kinetics Study of Human Milk and Blood (with Drs. C. M. Berlin, Jr. and I. Paul, Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Penn State College of Medicine, and Drs. A. Sjödin and D. Patterson, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). 2004.

Investigator: Human Milk Biomonitoring For Environmental Chemical (Volatile Organic Compound) Exposures (with Dr. K Squibb, University of Maryland School of Medicine and Dr. B. Blount, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). 2005.

Principle Investigator: Review of Neurodevelopmental Function Tests in Children (with Drs. Eric Youngstrom, Michael Goodman, Katherine Squibb, Paul H. Lipkin, Laura Gutermuth Anthony, Lauren Kenworthy, Donald R. Mattison). Cefic/LRI Research Grant. 2008.

Principle Investigator: Critical review of epidemiological evidence for the potential association between endocrine active chemicals and obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease (with Drs. Donald Mattison, Michael Goodman). Cefic/LRI Research Grant. 2013.


Publications:

LaKind JS, Goodman M, Naiman DQ. 2012. Use of NHANES data to link chemical exposures to chronic diseases: a cautionary tale.  PLoS ONE 7(12):e51086. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0051086

LaKind J. 2013. Can coatings for foods and beverages: Issues and options. International Journal of Technology, Policy and Management. 13(1):80-95.

Dórea JG, Fenton SE, LaKind JS , Berlin CM Jr. 2012. Researching chemicals in human milk can be conducted without discouraging breastfeeding. Bosnian Journal of Basic Medical Sciences 12(2):137-138.

Goodman M, Naiman JS, Goodman D, LaKind JS. Response to Condon et al. comments on “Cancer clusters in the USA: What do the last twenty years of state and federal investigations tell us?” Critical Reviews in Toxicology In press.

Goodman M, Naiman JS, Goodman D, LaKind JS. Cancer clusters in the US – What do the last twenty years of state and federal investigations tell us? 2012. Critical Reviews in Toxicology  42(6):474-490.

LaKind JS, Levesque J, Dumas P, Bryan S, Clarke J, Naiman DQ. 2012. Comparing United States and Canadian population exposures from national biomonitoring surveys: Bisphenol A intake as a case study. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 22:219-226.

Youngstrom E, Kenworthy L, Lipkin PH, Goodman M, Squibb K, Mattison DR, Anthony LG, Makris SL, Bale A, Raffaele KC, LaKind JS. 2011. A proposal to facilitate weight-of-evidence assessments: Harmonization of neurodevelopmental environmental epidemiology studies (HONEES). Neurotoxicology and Teratology. 33:354-359.

LaKind JS, Berlin CM Jr., Fenton SE. 2011. Environmental Chemicals in Breast Milk. In: Nriagu, J.O. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Environmental Health, volume 2, pp. 347-356 Burlington: Elsevier.

Blount BC, Backer LC, Aylward LL, Hays SM, LaKind JS. 2011. Human Exposure Assessment for DBPs: Factors Influencing Blood Trihalomethane Levels. In: Nriagu, J.O. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Environmental Health, volume 3, pp. 100-107 Burlington: Elsevier.

LaKind JS, Naiman DQ. 2011. Daily intake of bisphenol A (BPA) and potential sources of exposure - 2005-2006 NHANES. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 21: 272-279.

Blount BC, McElprang DO, Chambers DM, Waterhouse MG, Squibb KS, LaKind JS. 2010. Methodology for collecting, storing, and analyzing human milk for volatile organic compounds. Journal of Environmental Monitoring 12:1265-1273.

Goodman M, Youngstrom E, Gutermuth Anthony L, Kenworthy L, Lipkin PH, Squibb K, Mattison DR, LaKind JS. 2010. Using systematic reviews and meta-analyses to support regulatory decision-making for neurotoxicants: Lessons learned from a case study of PCBs. Environmental Health Perspectives 118:727-734. doi:10.1289/ehp.0901835.

LaKind JS, Richardson SD, Blount BC. The good, the bad, and the volatile - Can we have both healthy pools and healthy people? 2010. Environmental Science & Technology 44:3205â?"3210.

Youngstrom E, LaKind JS, Kenworthy L, Lipkin PH, Goodman M, Squibb K, Mattison DR, Anthony BJ, Gutermuth Anthony L. 2010. Advancing the selection of neurodevelopmental measures in epidemiological studies of environmental chemical exposure and health effects. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 7:229-268.

LaKind JS, Birnbaum LS. 2010. Out of the frying pan AND out of the fire: the indispensable role of exposure science in assessing replacement chemicals. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 20:115-116.

LaKind JS, Naiman DQ, Hays SM, Aylward LL, Blount BC. 2010. Public health interpretation of trihalomethane blood levels in the U.S.: NHANES 1999-2004. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 20(3):255-262. Featured article.

LaKind JS, Berlin CM Jr., Sadin A, Turner W, Wang RY, Needham LL, Paul IM, Stokes JL, Naiman DQ, Patterson DG Jr. 2009. Do human milk concentrations of persistent organic chemicals really decline during lactation? Chemical concentrations during lactation and milk/serum partitioning. Environmental Health Perspectives 117(10):1625â?"1631.

LaKind JS, Berlin CM Jr., Mattison DR. 2009. Response to Geraghty et al. Letter to the Editor. Breastfeeding Medicine 4(2):127.

LaKind JS, Fenton SE, D'rea JG. 2009. Human milk biomonitoring of phthalates: Expanding our understanding of infant exposure is compatible with supporting breastfeeding. Letter to the editor. Environment International 35:994-995.

LaKind JS, Hays SM, Aylward LL, Naiman DQ. 2009. Perspective on serum dioxin levels in the United States: An evaluation of the NHANES data. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 19:435-441.

Weisel CP, Richardson SD, Nemery B, Aggazzotti G, Baraldi E, Blatchley ER III, Blount BC, Carlsen K-H, Eggleston PA, Frimmel FH, Goodman M, Gordon G, Grinshpun S, Heederik DJJ, Kogevinas M, LaKind JS, Nieuwenhuijsen MJ, Piper FC, Sattar SA. 2009. Conclusions and key research recommendations from the Workshop on Advancing the Science: Childhood Asthma and Environmental Exposures at Swimming Pools. Environmental Health Perspectives 117:500-507. doi:10.1289/ehp.11513. Science Selections: Widening the Pool of Factors Studies Needed to Assess Asthma/Swimming Link p. A162.

LaKind, J.S., Berlin, C.M. Jr., Mattison, DR. 2008. The heart of the matter on breast milk and environmental chemicals: Essential points for health care providers and new parents. Breastfeeding Medicine 4(3):251-259. New York Times summary: Despite Worries Over Toxins, Breast-Feeding Still Best for Infants.

LaKind, J.S., Hays, S.M., Aylward, L.L., Naiman, D.Q. Perspective on serum dioxin levels in the United States: An evaluation of the NHANES data. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology (advance online publication), October 15, 2008; doi:10.1038/jes.2008.63.

LaKind, J.S., Naiman, D.Q. 2008. Bisphenol A (BPA) Daily intakes in the United States: Estimates from the 2003-2004 NHANES Urinary BPA data. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 18:608–615. Featured Article.

Aylward, L.L., LaKind, J.S., Hays, S.M. 2008. Derivation of biomonitoring equivalent (BE) values for 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) and related compounds: a screening tool for interpretation of biomonitoring data in a risk assessment context. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health A 71(22):1499-1508.

Aylward, L.L., LaKind, J.S., Hays, S.M. 2008. Biomonitoring Equivalents (BEs) for interpretation of whole blood biomonitoring data for trihalomethanes. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 51(3, Suppl 1):S68-S77.

Hays, S.M., Aylward, L.L., LaKind, J.S., Bartels, M.J., Barton, H.A., Boogaard, P.J., Brunk, C., DiZio, S., Dourson, M., Goldstein, D.A., Lipscomb, J., Kilpatrick, M.E., Krewski, D., Krishnan, K., Nordberg, M., Okino, M., Tan, Y.-M., Viau, C., Yager, J.W. 2008. Guidelines for the Derivation of Biomonitoring Equivalents: Report from the Biomonitoring Equivalents Expert Workshop. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 51(3, Suppl 1):S4-S15.

LaKind, J.S., Aylward, L.L., Brunk, C., DiZio, S., Dourson, M., Goldstein, D.A., Kilpatrick, M.E., Krewski, D., Bartels, M., Barton, H.A., Boogaard, P.J., Lipscomb, J., Krishnan, K., Nordberg, M., Okino, M., Tan, Y.-M., Viau, C., Yager, J.W., Hays, S.M. 2008. Guidelines for the Communication of Biomonitoring Equivalents: Report from the Biomonitoring Equivalents Expert Workshop. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 51(3, Suppl 1):S16-S26.

Hays, S.M., Aylward, L.L., LaKind, J.S. 2008. Introduction to the Biomonitoring Equivalents Pilot Project: Development of guidelines for the derivation and communication of Biomonitoring Equivalents. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 51(3, Suppl 1):S1-S2.

LaKind, J.S., Berlin, C.M. Jr., Stokes J.L., Naiman, D.Q., Paul, I.M., Patterson, D.G. Jr., Jones, R.S., Niehüser, S., Park, A., Wang, R.Y., Needham, L.L., Lorber, M.N., Sjödin A. 2008. Lifestyle and polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in human milk in the United States: A pilot study. Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry 70(9):61-63.

LaKind, J.S., Barraj, L., Tran, N., Aylward, L.L. 2008. Guest Commentary: Environmental chemicals in people: Challenges in interpreting biomonitoring information. Journal of Environmental Health 70(9):61-64.

LaKind, J.S., Holgate, S.T., Ownby, D.R., Mansur, A.H., Helms, P.J., Pyatt, D., Hays, S.M. 2008. Authors’ response to ‘Critical review of Clara cell protein: sound science?’ Biomarkers 13(3):244-245.

LaKind, J.S., Holgate, S.T., Ownby, D.R., Mansur, A.H., Helms, P.J., Pyatt, D., Hays, S.M. 2007. A critical review of the use of Clara Cell secretory protein CC16 as a biomarker of exposure and effect. Biomarkers 12:445-467.

LaKind, J.S., Wilkins, A.A., Bates, M.N. 2007. Breast biomonitoring and environmental chemicals: Use of breast tissues and fluids in breast cancer etiologic research. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 17:525-540.

LaKind, J.S. 2007. Recent global trends and physiologic origins of dioxins and furans in human milk. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 17:510–524. Featured Article.

Needham, L.L., Naiman, D.Q., Patterson, D.G., Jr., LaKind, J.S. 2007. Assigning concentration values for dioxin and furan congeners in human serum when measurements are below limits of detection: an observational approach. Chemosphere 67:439–447.

Amler, R.W., Barone, S. Jr., Belger, A., Berlin, C.M. Jr., Cox, C., Frank, H., Goodman, M., Harry, J., Hooper, S.R., Ladda, R., LaKind, J.S., Lipkin, P.H., Lipsitt, L.P., Lorber, M.N., Myers, G., Mason, A.M., Needham, L.L., Sonawane, B., Wachs, T.D., Yager, J.W. 2006. Hershey Medical Center Technical Workshop Report: Optimizing the design and interpretation of epidemiologic studies for assessing neurodevelopmental effects from in utero chemical exposure. NeuroToxicology 27(5):861-874.

Baier-Anderson, C., Blount, B., LaKind, J.S., Naiman, D.Q., Wilbur, S.B., Tan, S. 2006. Estimates of exposure to perchlorate from consumption of human milk, dairy milk, and water and comparison to current reference dose. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 69(4):319-330.

Sjödin, A., LaKind, J.S., Patterson, D., Needham, L.L., Wang, R., Berlin, C.M. Jr., Paul, I.M., Stokes, J. 2005. Current concentrations and changes in concentrations of PBDEs, persistent pesticides, and PCBs in human milk. Organohalogen Compounds 67:1745-1748.

Bates, M.N., Hamilton, J.W., LaKind, J.S., Langenberg, P., O’Malley, M., Snodgrass, W. 2005. Biomonitoring Workshop Report: Biomonitoring study design, interpretation, and communication - Lessons learned and path forward. Environmental Health Perspectives 113:1615–1621.

LaKind, J.S., Brent, R.L., Dourson, M.L., Kacew, S., Koren, G., Sonawane, B., Tarzian, A.J., Uhl, K. 2005. Human milk biomonitoring data: interpretation and risk assessment issues. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 68(20):1713-1770.

Fenton, S.E., Condon, M., Ettinger, A., Mason, A., McDiarmid, M, Qian, Z., Selevan, S.G., LaKind, J.S. 2005. Collection and use of exposure data from human milk biomonitoring in the Unites States. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 68(20):1691-1712.

Berlin, C.M. Jr., LaKind, J.S., Fenton, S.E., Wang, R.Y., Bates, M.N., Brent, R.L., Condon, M., Crase, B.L., Dourson, M.L., Ettinger, A.S., Foos, B., Fürst, P., Giacoia, G.P., Goldstein, D.A., Haynes, S.G., Hench, K.D., Kacew, S., Koren, G., Lawrence, R.A., Mason, A., McDiarmid, M.A., Moy, G., Needham, L.L., Paul, I.M., Pugh, L.C., Qian, Z., Salamone, L., Selevan, S.G., Sonawane, B., Tarzian, A.J., Tully, M.R., Uhl, K. 2005. Conclusions and recommendations of the Expert Panel: Technical Workshop on Human Milk Surveillance and Biomonitoring for Environmental Chemicals in the United States. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 68(20):1825-1831.

Berlin, C.M., Jr, Crase, B.L., Fürst, P., Moy, G., Needham, L.L., Pugh, L., Tully, M.R., LaKind, J.S. 2005. Methodologic considerations for improving and facilitating human milk research. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 68(20):1803-1824.

LaKind, J.S., Berlin, C.M. Jr., Bates, M.N. 2005. Overview: Technical Workshop on Human Milk Surveillance and Biomonitoring for Environmental Chemicals in The United States. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 68(20):1683-1690.

LaKind, J.S., Wilkins, A.A., Berlin, C.M. 2004. Environmental chemicals in human milk: a review of concentrations, determinants, infant exposures and health, and guidance for future research. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 198:184-208.

Berlin, C.M., LaKind, J.S., Selevan, S.G. 2003. Human Milk Monitoring for Environmental Chemicals: Guidance for Future Research. ABM News and Views. 9(17):23-24.

LaKind, J.S., Bates, M.N., Wilkins, A.A. 2003. How useful is measurement of environmental chemicals in human milk in investigations of breast cancer etiology? Organohalogen Compounds 65:346-349. Presented at Dioxin2003, Boston, MA. August.

LaKind, J.S. 2003. Interpreting and Communicating Health and Risk Information on Chemicals in Breast Milk: DDT as a Case Study. In: Reviews in Food and Nutrition, Volume 1. V.R. Preedy and R.R. Watson, eds. Taylor & Francis. Pp. 230-242.

Borgert, C.J., LaKind, J.S., Witorsch, R.J. 2003. A critical review of potential methods for comparing hormonal activity of endogenous and exogenous chemicals in human milk and infant formula. Environmental Health Perspectives 111(8):1020-1036.

Aylward, L.L., Hays, S.M., LaKind, J.S., Ryan, J.J. 2003. Partitioning of persistent lipophilic compounds including dioxins between human milk lipid and blood lipid: An initial assessment. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 66(1):1-5.

Berlin, C.M., Kacew, M., Lawrence, R., LaKind, J.S., Campbell, R. 2002. Criteria for chemical selection for programs on human milk surveillance and research for environmental chemicals. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 65(22):1839-1852.

LaKind, J.S., Berlin, C.M. 2002. Technical Workshop on Human Milk Surveillance and Research on Environmental Chemicals in the United States: An Overview. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 65(22):1829-1838.

LaKind, J.S., Birnbach, N., Borgert, C.J., Sonawane, B.R., M.R. Tully, Friedman, L. 2002. Human milk surveillance and research of environmental chemicals: Concepts for consideration in interpreting and presenting study results. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 65(22):1909-1928.

Berlin, C.M., LaKind, J.S., Sonawane, B.R., Kacew, S., Borgert, C.J., Bates, M.N., Birnbach, N., Campbell, R., Dermer, A., Dewey, K.G., Ellerbee, S.M., Fürst, P., Giacoia, G.P., Gartner, L., Groer, M., Haynes, S.G., Humenick, S.S., Lawrence, R.A., Lorber, M., Lovelady, C., Mason, A., Needham, L.L., Picciano, M.F., Plautz, J., Ryan, J.J., Selevan, S.G., Sumaya, C.V., Tully, M.R., Uhl, K., Vesell, E., Wilson, J.T. 2002. Conclusions, research needs and recommendations of the expert panel: technical workshop on human milk surveillance and research for environmental chemicals in the United States. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 65(22):1929-1935.

LaKind, J.S., Berlin, C., Naiman, D.Q. 2001. Infant exposure to chemicals in breast milk in the United States: What we need to learn from a breast milk monitoring program. Environmental Health Perspectives 109:75-88.

LaKind, J.S., Berlin, C.M. 2000. PDBEs in breast milk: Where do we go from here? Presented at Dioxin2000, Monterey, California, August 13-17, 2000. Organohalogen Compounds 47:241-244.

Pandak, C.A., Mason, A.M., LaKind, J.S. 2000. Tools for improving community health: Community health assessment and asset evaluation. Environmental Regulation and Permitting. 9(3):15-23.

LaKind, J.S., Berlin, C.M., Naiman, D.Q., Park, C.N. 2000. Characterization of dose distributions of selected breast milk contaminants to nursing infants: DDE and TCDD. Organohalogen Compounds 48:223-226.

LaKind, J.S., Berlin, C., Park, C., Naiman, D.Q., Gudka, N.J. 2000. Methodology for characterizing distributions of incremental body burdens of 2,3,7,8-TCDD and DDE from breast milk in North American nursing infants. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A 59:605-639.

Peddicord, R.K., LaKind, J.S. 2000. Ecological and human health risks at an outdoor firing range. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 19(10): 2602–2613.

LaKind, J.S., Filser, J.G. 1999. Dietary exposure to PCBs and dioxins. Environmental Health Perspectives 107(10):A9.

LaKind, J.S., McKenna, E.A., Hubner, R.P, Tardiff, R.G. 1999. A review of the comparative mammalian toxicity of ethylene glycol and propylene glycol. Critical Reviews in Toxicology 29(4):331-365.

LaKind, J.S., Ginevan, M.E., Naiman, D.Q., James, A.C., Jenkins, R.A., Dourson, M.L., Felter, S.P., Graves, C.G., Tardiff, R.G. 1999. Distribution of exposure concentrations and doses for constituents of environmental tobacco smoke. Risk Analysis: An International Journal 19(3):375-390.

LaKind, J.S., R.A. Jenkins, Naiman, D.Q., Ginevan, M.E., Graves, C.G., Tardiff, R.G. 1999. Use of environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) constituents as markers for ETS exposure. Risk Analysis: An International Journal 19(3):359-376.

LaKind, J.S., Graves, C.G., Ginevan, M.E., Jenkins, R.A., Naiman, D.Q., Tardiff, R.G. 1999. Exposure to environmental tobacco smoke in the workplace and the impact of away-from-work exposure. Risk Analysis: An International Journal 19(3):349-358.

LaKind, J.S. 1998. Comparison of three models for predicting blood lead levels in children: Episodic exposures to lead. Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology 8(3):399-406.

LaKind, J.S. 1998. Forward to Special Issue on Environmental Risk Assessment: Issues and Methods. International Journal of Environment and Pollution. 9(1):1-2.

Bartell, S.M., LaKind, J.S., Moore, J.A., Anderson, P. 1998. Bioaccumulation of hydrophobic organic chemicals by aquatic organisms: A workshop summary. International Journal of Environment and Pollution. 9(1):3-25.

LaKind, J.S. 1994. Sediment dioxin levels as the basis for risk assessment and human health criteria. International Journal of Environment and Pollution. 3(4):226-232.

LaKind, J.S., Naiman, D.Q. 1993. Comparison of predicted and observed dioxin levels in fish: Implications for risk assessment. Risk: Issues in Health & Safety. 4(3):253-262.

Rifkin, E., LaKind, J.S. 1991. Dioxin bioaccumulation: Key to a sound risk assessment methodology. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health. 33:103-112.

LaKind, J. 1991. Bioconcentration – letter to the editor. Environmental Science & Technology 25(1):6.

LaKind, J.S., Rifkin, E. 1990. Current method for setting dioxin limits in water requires reexamination. Environmental Science & Technology. 24:963-965.

LaKind, J.S., Stone, A.T. 1989. Reductive Dissolution of Goethite by Phenolic Reductants. Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta. 53:961-971

LaKind, J.S., Stone, A.T. 1988. Reductive Dissolution of Goethite by Substituted Phenols. EOS 69(16):369.

LaKind, J.S., Stone, A.T. 1986. Reductive Dissolution of Goethite and Hematite by Substituted Phenols. EOS 67(44):948.

Gieskes, J.M., Elderfield, H., Lawrence, J.R., LaKind, J. 1984. Interstitial Water Studies, Leg 78a, Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project. LXXVIII:377-384.

Gieskes, J.M., Sirocky, F.X., LaKind, J.S. 1984. Interstitial Water Studies, Leg 73, Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project. LXXIII:539-541.

Gieskes, J.M., Sirocky, F.X., LaKind, J.S. 1983. Interstitial Water Studies, Leg 72, Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project. LXXII:391-394.