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Douglas Dasher

Affiliate Faculty

Environmental Studies
College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences
Institute of Marine Science
130 Irving II
Fairbanks, AK 99775-7220
(907) 347-7779
K. X. Bu, J. V. Cizdziel and D. Dasher. 2013. Plutonium concentration and Pu-240/Pu-239 atom ratio in biota collected from Amchitka Island, Alaska: recent measurements using ICP-SFMS Journal of Environmental Radioactivity. 124:29-36. doi: Doi 10.1016/J.Jenvrad.2013.03.002 <Go to ISI>://000324004800004

A. S. Naidu, A. L. Blanchard, D. Misra, J. H. Trefry, D. H. Dasher, J. J. Kelley and I. Venkatesan. 2012. Historical Changes in Trace Metals and Hydrocarbons in Nearshore Sediments, Alaskan Beaufort Sea, Prior and Subsequent to Petroleum-related Industrial Development: Part I. Trace Metals Marine Pollution Bulletin. 64:2177-2189. doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2012.07.037

S. C. Jewett, R. Brewer, H. Chenelot, R. Clark, D. Dasher, S. Harper and M. Hoberg. 2008. Diving for Science 2008. Proceedings of the 27th American Academy of Underwater Sciences Symposium, . Scuba techniques for the Alaska Monitoring and Assessment Program (AKMAP) of the Aleutian Islands, Alaska Ed. Bruggeman, P. & N.W. Pollock. AAUS,

Jewett, S.C., Zhang, X., A.S. Naidu, J.J. Kelley, D. Dasher, & L.K. Duffy. 2003. Comparison of mercury and methylmercury in northern pike and Arctic grayling from western Alaska rivers Chemosphere. 50(3):383-392.

Zhang, X., A.S. Naidu, J.J. Kelley, S.C. Jewett, D. Dasher, & L.K. Duffy. 2001. Baseline concentrations of total mercury and methylmercury in salmon returning via the Bering Sea (1999-2000) Mar. Pollut. Bull. 42:993-997.

  • Radioecology studies.
  • Marine and freshwater aquatic resource surveys.
  • Contaminant fate and transport.
  • Sediment trace metals and anthropogenic source contribution.
  • Development of UAF ESTES-SFOS gamma spectroscopy laboratory for environmental radioactivity studies
Current Research Projects
  • Affiliate Professor University of Fairbanks College of Natural Science and Mathematics—Engineering, Science and Technical Experimental Station.
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