Zhao R, Reckhow DA, Karim L. Reservoir Sediments as Potential Sources of Trihalomethane and Haloacetic Acid Precursors. 2019 (in preparation)
Mohan A, Reckhow DA. Occurrence, formation and persistence of Halobenzoquinones: A case study on 2, 6-Dichloro-1, 4-benzoquinone. 2019 (in preparation).
Yu, Yun and Reckhow, D.A., (2019) Formation of Metastable Disinfection Byproducts during Free and Combined Aspartic Acid Chlorination: Effect of Peptide Bonds and Impact on Toxicity, Water Research (in press)
Jiang Y, Goodwill JE, Tobiason JE, Reckhow DA. Comparison of ferrate and ozone pre-oxidation on disinfection byproduct formation from chlorination and chloramination. 2018 Water Research 156:100-124.
Goodwill, JE, Hagemann MW, Edwards MA, Reckhow DA; Quantifying and contextualizing disinfection byproducts during the Flint Water Crisis: a case study and framework for broader application, Journal of Water Supply Research and Technology – AQUA 2018; 67:7:648-658
Zhao R, Reckhow DA, Becker WC, Schindler S; Seasonal Variation of Disinfection Byproduct Precursors in a Large Water Supply, Journal American Water Works Association. 2018; 110(11)15-32.
Jeznach L, Mohan A, Tobiason, JE, Reckhow DA; Modeling Crude Oil Fate and Transport in Freshwater. Journal of Environmental Management. 2018 (submitted)
Shin J, von Gunten U, Reckhow DA, Allard S, Lee Y. Reactions of Ferrate(VI) with Iodide and Hypoiodous Acid: Kinetics, Pathways, and Implications for the Fate of Iodine during Water Treatment. Environmental Science & Technology. 2018;52(13):7458-67.
Russell CG, Brown RA, Porter K, Reckhow D. Practical Considerations for Implementing Nitrosamine Control Strategies. Journal American Water Works Association. 2017;109(6):E226-E42.
Sturgeon SR, Pilsner JR, Arcaro KF, Ikuma K, Wu H, Kim SM, et al. White blood cell DNA methylation and risk of breast cancer in the Prostate, Lung, Colorectal, and Ovarian Cancer Screening Trial (PLCO). Breast Cancer Research. 2017;19.
Sayess R, Khalil A, Shah M, Reckhow DA, Godri Pollitt KJ. Comparative Cytotoxicity of Six Iodinated Disinfection Byproducts on Nontransformed Epithelial Human Colon Cells. Environmental Science & Technology Letters. 2017. 4(4):143-8.
Nihemaiti M, Le Roux J, Hoppe-Jones C, Reckhow DA, Croue JP. Formation of Haloacetonitriles, Haloacetamides, and Nitrogenous Heterocyclic Byproducts by Chloramination of Phenolic Compounds. Environmental Science & Technology. 2017;51(1):655-63.
Sayess, R. and Reckhow, D.A. (2017) “An Improved Method for Total Organic Iodine in Drinking Water”, Water Research, 108; 250-259.
Yu, Yun and Reckhow, D.A., (2017) “The Formation and Occurrence of N-chloro-2,2-dichloroacetamide Instead of 2,2-dichloroacetamide in Chlorinated Drinking Waters” Environmental Science & Technology. 51(3)1488-97.
Wang T, Reckhow DA. Spectrophotometric Method for Determination of Ozone Residual in Water Using ABTS: 2.2'-Azino-Bis (3-Ethylbenzothiazoline-6-Sulfonate). (2016) Ozone-Science & Engineering. 38(5):373-81.
Goodwill JE, Mai XY, Jiang YJ, Reckhow DA, Tobiason JE. (2016) Oxidation of manganese(II) with ferrate: Stoichiometry, kinetics, products and impact of organic carbon. Chemosphere. 2016;159:457-64.
Hagemann M, Park M, Srinivasan V, Reckhow DA, Lavine M, Rosenfeldt E, et al. (2016) Co-occurrences of EDCs and PPCPs in Surface Water Using Chemometrics. Journal American Water Works Association. 108(4):70-.
Jiang Y, Goodwill JE, Tobiason JE, Reckhow DA. Bromide oxidation by ferrate(VI): The formation of active bromine and bromate. (2016) Water Research. 96:188-97
Jiang Y, Goodwill JE, Tobiason JE, Reckhow DA. (2016) Impacts of ferrate oxidation on natural organic matter and disinfection byproduct precursors. Water Research. 96:114-25.
Goodwill, J.; Jiang, Y.; Reckhow, D.A.; Gikonyo, J.; and Tobiason, J.E., (2016) “Laboratory assessment of ferrate for drinking water treatment” Journal AWWA, 108:3:80.
Yu, Yun; Steinschneider, Scott; and Reckhow, D.A. (2015) Evaluation of Environmental Degradation Kinetics Using Hierarchical Bayesian Modeling, Journal of Environmental Engineering, 141:12:06015008.
Yu, Yun and Reckhow, D.A., (2015) “Kinetic Analysis of Haloacetonitrile Stability in Drinking Waters” Environmental Science & Technology 49:18:11028-11036.
Goodwill, J.; Jiang, Y.; Reckhow, D.A.; Gikonyo, J.; and Tobiason, J.E., (2015) “Characterization of Particles from Ferrate Pre-oxidation” Environmental Science & Technology 49:8:4955-4962
Hua, G., D.A. Reckhow and I. Abusallout, (2015) “Correlation between SUVA and DBP Formation during Chlorination and Chloramination of NOM Fractions from Different Sources” Chemosphere 130: 82-89.
Jiang, Y., J.E. Goodwill, J.E. Tobiason and D.A. Reckhow (2015) Effect of Different Solutes, Natural Organic Matter, and Particulate Fe (III) on Fe (VI) Decomposition in Aqueous Solution, Environmental Science & Technology 49:5:2841-2848.
Liu, B., and Reckhow, D.A. (2015) Disparity in Disinfection Byproduct Concentration between Hot and Cold Tap Water. Water Research 70, 196-204.
Ma, J., Reckhow, D. and Xie, Y.F. (2015) Drinking water safety: science, technology, engineering and policy. Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 9(1), 2-2.
Park, M., Reckhow, D., Lavine, M., Rosenfeldt, E., Stanford, B. and Park, M.H. (2014) Multivariate Analyses for Monitoring EDCs and PPCPs in a Lake Water. Water Environment Research 86(11), 2233-2241.
Stanford, B.D., Reinert, A.M., Rosenfeldt, E.J., Dryer, D., Park, MH and Reckhow D.A. (2014) Sampling Frequency, Location and Reporting Limit Influence on Benchmarking EDC/PPCPs”, . Journal American Water Works Association 106(9), 113-114. [CN138]
Hua, G.H., Kim J.S. and Reckhow, D.A. (2014) Disinfection Byproduct Formation from Lignin Precursors. Water Research 63: 285-295. [CN137]
McGuire, M.J., Karanfil, T., Krasner, S.W., Reckhow, D.A., Roberson, J.A., Summers, R.S., Westerhoff, P. and Xie, Y.F. (2014) Not your granddad's disinfection by-product problems and solutions. Journal American Water Works Association 106(8), 54-73. [CN136]
Liu, B.N., Reckhow, D.A. and Li, Y. (2014) A two-site chlorine decay model for the combined effects of pH, water distribution temperature and in-home heating profiles using differential evolution. Water Research 53, 47-57. Supplemental Information [CN134]
Zimmers, S., O'Keefe, P., Anderton, D., Browne, E., Reckhow, D.A. and Arcaro, K.F. (2014) Determination of Free Bisphenol A (BPA) Concentrations in Breast Milk of U.S. Women Using a Sensitive LC/MS/MS Method. Chemosphere 104: 237-243 [CN135]
Weiss, W.J., Schindler, S.C., Freud, S., Herzner, J.A., Hoek, K.F., Wright, B.A., Reckhow, D.A. and Becker, W.C. (2013) Minimizing raw water NOM concentration through optimized source water selection. Journal American Water Works Association 105(10), 73-74. [CN132]
Liu, B.N. and Reckhow, D.A. (2013) DBP Formation in Hot and Cold Water Across a Simulated Distribution System: Effect of Incubation Time, Heating Time, pH, Chlorine Dose, and Incubation Temperature. Environmental Science & Technology 47(20), 11584-11591. Supplementary Information [CN129]
Hua, G.H. and Reckhow, D.A. (2013) Effect of pre-ozonation on the formation and speciation of DBPs. Water Research 47(13), 4322-4330
Liu, B.N. and Reckhow, D.A. (2013) DBP Formation in Hot and Cold Water Across a Simulated Distribution System: Effect of Incubation Time, Heating Time, pH, Chlorine Dose, and Incubation Temperature. Environmental Science & Technology 47(20), 11584-11591
Hua, G.H. and Reckhow, D.A. (2012) Evaluation of Bromine Substitution Factors of DBPs during Chlorination and Chloramination. Water Research 46(13), 4208-4216.
Hua, G. and Reckhow, D.A. (2012) Effect of Alkaline pH on the Stability of DBPs. Journal American Water Works Association,. 104(2), 49-50
Bull, R.J., Reckhow, D.A., Li, X.F., Humpage, A.R., Joll, C. and Hrudey, S.E. (2011) Potential carcinogenic hazards of non-regulated disinfection by-products: Haloquinones, halo-cyclopentene and cyclohexene derivatives, N-halamines, halonitriles, and heterocyclic amines. Toxicology 286(1-3), 1-19.
Reckhow, D. A., Linden, K. G., Kim, J., Shermer, H., and Makdissy, G. (2010). "Impact of UV Treatment on the Formation of Disinfection Byproducts." Journal American Water Works Association., 102:6:100-113.
Moffatt, L.T., May, C.L., Studer, K.E., Reckhow, D.A. and Arcaro, K.F. (2010) Effects of exposure water volume, depuration time, and feeding status on vitellogenin mRNA induction in male medaka (Oryzias latipes) exposed to 17 beta-estradiol. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 73(8), 1835-1841.
Ho, C. Wong, K., and Reckhow, D. A. (2008), “An Evaluation of the Methodology in Analyzing Compost for Erosion Control,” Trans. Res. Rec., Trans. Res. Brd, 2044: 107-115
Hua, G. and Reckhow D.A., Hydrophobicity and Molecular Size Distribution of Unknown TOX in Drinking Water, Journal of Environmental Engineering - ASCE, 134:3:152-160 (2008).
Hua, G. and Reckhow D.A., DBP Formation During Chlorination and Chloramination: Effect of Reaction Time, pH, Dosage, and Temperature, Journal AWWA, 100:8:82-95 (2008).
Bose P, Reckhow DA. The Effect of Ozonation on Natural Organic Matter Removal by Alum Coagulation. Water Research (2007); 41: 1516-1524.
Hua, G. and Reckhow D. A. Characterization of Disinfection Byproduct Precursors Based on Hydrophobicity and Molecular Size. Environmental Science and Technology 41:9:3309-3315 (2007).
Hua, G. and Reckhow D A. Comparison of disinfection byproduct formation from chlorine and alternative disinfectants. Water Research, 41:8:1667-1678 (2007).
Ergas, S.J., B.M. Therriault and D.A. Reckhow, “Evaluation of Water Reuse Technologies for the Textile Industry”, ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering, 132:3:315-323 (2006).
Leshem E.N., D.S. Pines, S.J. Ergas and D.A. Reckhow, “Electrochemical Oxidation and Ozonation for Textile Wastewater Reuse,” ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering 132:3:324-330 (2006).
Hua, G., DA Reckhow, and J. Kim, “Effect of Bromide and Iodide Ions on the Formation and Speciation of Disinfection Byproducts During Chlorination,” Environmental Science and Technology. 40: 3050-3056 (2006).
Hua, G and D.A. Reckhow, “Determination of TOCl, TOBr, and TOI in Drinking Water by Pyrolysis and Off-line Ion Chromatography,” Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 384:2:495-504 (2006).
Pines, D.S., M-N Min, D.A. Reckhow and S.J. Ergas, “Investigation of an Ozone Membrane Contactor System,” Ozone: Science and Engineering, 27:209-217 (2005).
Reckhow, D.A., Rees, P.L., Makdissy, G., and Bryan, D. (2005) Factors Affecting NOM Reactivity with Chlorine. In: Humic Substances: Molecular Details and Application in Land and Water Conservation , Gabbour, E.A. and Davies, G. (eds), pp. 117-129, Taylor & Francis, Inc., New York.
Recent Conference Proceedings
Reckhow, D.A., “The Present Status of Regulated and Non-regulated DBPs”, keynote address at the TIFFT Symposium, Sept 17, 2014
Reckhow, D.A., “Degradation of DBPs in Distribution Systems”, VA AWWA meeting, Richmond, VA, March 25, 2014
Reckhow, D.A. “Controlling Consumer Exposure to Regulated and Unregulated DBPs,” SC AWWA meeting, Greenville SC, January 31, 2014.
Reckhow, D.A. “Disinfection Byproduct Fundamentals,” SC AWWA meeting, Greenville SC, January 31, 2014.
Reckhow, D.A., C. Wu, C. Park, W. Mitch, J. Skadsen, Fate of Non-Regulated Disinfection Byproducts in Distribution systems, WQTC, AWWA, Nov, 2013, Long Beach, CA
Reckhow, D.A., R. Zhao, P. Wittbold, W. Becker, B. Stanford, B. Wright, “Alternative Methods for Assessing DBP Precursors in NOM,” IWA meeting, NOM 5, Oct 3, 2013; Perth, Australia
Bazilio, A., C. Park, D.A. Reckhow, “Biodegradation of Disinfection Byproducts in Drinking Water Distribution Systems,” oral presentation, AWWA Annual Conference, June 11, 2013, Denver, CO
Hua, G., D.A. Reckhow, R. Lama, “Relationship between NOM Properties and DBP Formation” oral presentations, AWWA Annual Conference, June 11, 2013, Denver, CO
Goodwill, J., D.A. Reckhow, J.E. Tobiason, Y. Jiang, “Bench-Scale Assessment of Ferrate Pre-oxidation” oral presentations, AWWA Annual Conference, June 13, 2013, Denver, CO
Reckhow, D.A., J.E. Tobiason, J. Goodwill, Y.Jiang, “Use of Ferrate in Small Drinking Water Treatment Systems”, 10th IWA Leading Edge Conference on Water and Wastewater Technologies, June 5, 2013, Bordeaux, France
Reckhow, D.A. AEESP lecture, “Engineering Approaches for Reducing Exposure to Harmful DBPs”, oral presentation, June 11, 2012, AWWA Annual Conference, Dallas, TX
Fichter, A, R. Collins and D.A. Reckhow, “Assessing Selected PPCP Removals from Various Enhanced Biofiltration Schemes”, oral presentation by A Fichter, AWWA Water Quality Technology Conference, Phoenix, AZ, Nov 2011
Cotruvo, J.; Bull, R.; Cummings, B.; Fisher, J.; Guo, Z., Ong, C.;, Quinones, O., Reckhow DA.; Gordon, G.; Pacey, G., “Low-Dose Risks from Bromate: The Relationship Between Drinking Water Concentrations and Actual Dose to Susceptible Organs,” oral presentation by Cotruvo at the AWWA Annual Conference, Washington DC, June 16, 2011
Hua, G. and Reckhow DA, “Effect of Pre-ozonation on the Formation and Speciation of DBPs”, oral presentation by Hua at the AWWA Annual Conference, Washington DC, June 16, 2011
Stanford, B., Dryer D., Rosenfeldt, EJ; Lavine, M.; Park, MH; Becker, W.; and Reckhow, D., “Benchmarking EDC and Pharmaceutical Contminination: Meta-Analysis of Historical Data Using Risk-Based Guidelines,” oral presentation by Stanford at the AWWA Annual Conference, Washington DC, June 15, 2011
Park, M.; Reckhow, DA; Stanford, B.; Rosenfeldt, EJ; Mofidi, A.; Lavine, M.; Becker, W.; and Lipsky, D., “Benchmarking and Monitoring Strategies for EDCs/PPCPs by Drinking Water Utilities,” oral presentation by Park and Reckhow at the AWWA Annual Conference, Washington DC, June 15, 2011
Research Contracts Funded
“Water Innovation Network for Sustainable Small Systems”, (David A. Reckhow, PI; John E. Tobiason, Caitlyn Butler, Chul Park, Co-PIs), US Environmental Protection Agency, 7/1/2014-6/30/2017, $4,100,000.
“MRI: Acquisition of A Versatile High Resolution MS System for Determination of Small Molecules of Environmental and Health Concern,” (David A. Reckhow, PI & 15 others), National Science Foundation, 9/1 2014 – 8/31/2016, $455,000.
“Assessment of Ozonation on Taste and Odor Compounds”, (David A. Reckhow, PI), Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, 8/1/2014-7/31/2015, $15,000; Task 3 in: “Water Quality in DCR Reservoirs 2014-2016”, (John Tobiason, Mi-Hyun Park and David Reckhow, PIs), MA Department of Conservation and Recreation, Division of Water Supply Protection
“Epigenotyping in Peripheral Blood Cell DNA and Risk of Breast Cancer”, (Susan R. Sturgeon, PI, David A. Reckhow & others, Co-PI) US National Institutes of Health 4/1/2013-3/30/2015, $460,742.
“Assessment of Unregulated Disinfection Byproducts in Philadelphia’s Water,” (David Reckhow, PI) Philadelphia Water Department, 12/1/2012-5/31/2017, $460,000.
“Climate Change and Water Quality - Impacts and adaptation strategies for NYS utilities,” (David Reckhow, PI), NYSERDA, Hazen & Sawyer, 1/1/2013-12/31/2014, $79,942
“Assistance with Development of a Plan for Chemical Treatment to Control Growth of Biofilm in the Catskill Aqueduct,” (David Reckhow, PI) Hazen & Sawyer , NY DEP, , 10/8/2012-10/7/2013, $40,000.
“On-Line NOM Characterization: Advanced Techniques for Controlling DBPs and for Monitoring Changes in NOM Under Future Climate Change Scenarios,” (David Reckhow, PI) Water Research Foundation, Hazen & Sawyer, 9/1/2012-11/30/2013, $166,128.
“Use of Ferrate in Small Drinking Water Treatment Systems,” (David Reckhow, PI, John Tobiason, Co-PI) US EPA, 12/1/2011-11/302014, $497,078.
“EDC/PPCP Benchmarking and Monitoring for Drinking Water Utilities”, (David Reckhow, PI; Mi-Hyun Park and Michael Lavine, Co-PIs), Water Research Foundation, 9/1/2010-12/1/2013, $850,000.
“Impact of Environmental Estrogens on Epigenetics: Bisphenol A in Breast Milk and Promoter Methylation of Exfoliated Breast Epithelial Cells” (Kathleen Arcaro, PI: Douglas Anderton and David Reckhow, Co-PIs), Avon Foundation, 7/1/2010-6/30/2012, $285,000.
“Manganese and DBP Control for AWC Mystic System and Mn Sequestration,” (John Tobiason, PI, Dave Reckhow, Co-PI) Aquarion Water Company of CT, 9/1/2011-8/31/2012, $125,000.
“Fate of Non-regulated DBPs in Distribution Systems,” (David Reckhow, PI; Chul Park and William Mitch, Co-PIs) Water Research Foundation, 5/1/2010-10/31/2012, $679,310.
“Establishing Guidelines for the Use of Ozone-GAC for Control of Endocrine Disruptors and Related Compounds in Water”, (David Reckhow, Kathleen Arcaro, PIs), Water Research Foundation & 15 utilities, 7/15/2008-12/30/2010, $97,000.
“Methods Development for Disinfection By-Products Associated with Cancer,” (Xing-Fang Li, Steve Hrudey, Richard J. Bull, David A. Reckhow, Andres Humpage, Cynthia Joll, adn Anna Heitz, PIs) American Water Works Association Research Foundation, 12/1/2007 – 11/30/2009, $534,000.
“Establishing Guidelines for the Use of Ozone-GAC for Control of Endocrine Disruptors and Related Compounds in Water”, (David Reckhow, Kathleen Arcaro, PIs), MA Dept. of Environmental Protection, 6/1/2007-9/30/2007, $20,000.
“Water Quality in MDC Reservoirs: 2006-2008, (David Ahlfeld, John Tobiason, Paula Rees, and David Reckhow, PIs), Metropolitan District Commission, 7/1/2006 – 6/30/2008,.$422,464.
“Evaluation of Compost for Erosion Control,” (Carl Ho and David Reckhow, PIs), Massachusetts Highway Department, 6/28/2005-4/30/2008, $173,133.
“Control of Manganese, Natural Organic Matter and Disinfection By-Products for Mystic, CT” (John E. Tobiason and David A. Reckhow, PIs) Aquarion Water Company of CT, 4/1/2006-3/31/2007. $125,905.
“Chloramination Feasibility Planning Study”, (David A. Reckhow & John E. Tobiason) 8/22/2006-8/21/2009, Hazen & Sawyer Engineering, City of New York, $210,000.
“Distribution System Water Quality and Strategies for Control of NOM”, John E. Tobiason, David A. Reckhow, James K. Edzwald, Aquarion Company, 4/1/2002-3/31/2003, $234,774.
“Watershed Management and Drinking Water Supply Instrumentation (Sharon C. Long, John E. Tobiason, David A. Reckhow, et al.) NSF Major Research Instrumentation Grant, 1/1/2004-12/31/2006, $715,000.
“Evaluation of Compost for Erosion Control”, (Carlton Ho, David A. Reckhow), Massachusetts Highway Department, 11/1/04-5/1/07, $172,132.
“Real-Time Process Control Sensor for Measuring Arsenic Concentration in Water”, (Julian Tyson, David A. Reckhow, David Hoagland), with Brims Ness Company, US Air Force SBIR, 10/1/04-9/30/05, $60,000.
“Plan for the Blackstone River EFF and the next Generation Cyberinfrastructure”, (David A. Reckhow, Paula L. Rees, Sharon C. Long, James Kurose, Allen Hansen, Edward Riseman, Howard Schultz, Charles Schwiek, Leon Osterweil), National Science Foundation, 10/1/04-9/30/05, $84,000.
“Watershed Sources and Long-term Variability of BDOC and NOM as Precursors” (David A. Reckhow, Paula L. Rees, Klaus Nuesslein) Am. Wat. Wrks. Assn. Research Foundation, 11/1/2002-10/31/2005, $474,516.
“Evaluation of NOM and DBP Precursors in SWSC West Parish Raw Water Sources”, (David A. Reckhow & John E. Tobiason) Springfield Water and Sewer Commission, 9/1/2004-12/31/2005, $14,000.
“Risk Based Prioritization of Disinfection Byproducts" (Richard Bull, David A. Reckhow), Am. Wat. Wrks. Assn. Research Foundation, project #2867, 10/1/2002-3/31/2005, $197,971.