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Book Chapter
Singer PC, Reckhow DA.  1999.  Chemical Oxidation. Water Quality & Treatment: A Handbook on Drinking Water, Sixth Edition. :12.1-12.51.
Singer PC, Reckhow DA.  2011.  Chemical Oxidation. Water Quality and Treatment: A Handbook on Drinking Water.
McClellan J.N, Reckhow DA, Tobiason JE, Edzwald JK, Smith DB.  2000.  A Comprehensive Kinetic Model for Chlorine Decay and Chlorination By-Product Formation. Natural Organic Matter and Disinfection By-Products. 761:223-246.
Reckhow DA, Olin SS.  1998.  Contaminant Characteristics. Exposure to Contaminants in Drinking Water: Estimating Uptake through the Skin and by Inhalation. :256.
Reckhow DA.  1999.  Control of Disinfection By-Product Formation Using Ozone. Formation and Control of Disinfection By-Products in Drinking Water .
Reckhow DA, Makdissy G, Rees PLS.  2008.  Disinfection By-Product Precursor Content of Natural Organic Matter Extracts. Occurrence, Formation, Health Effects and Control of Disinfection Byproducts in Drinking Water. 995:80-94.
Reckhow DA, Singer PC.  2011.  Disinfection Byproducts. Water Quality and Treatment: A Handbook on Drinking Water.
McClellan JN, Reckhow DA, Tobiason JE, Edzwald JK, Hess AF.  1996.  Empirical Models for Chlorination By-Products: Four Years of Pilot Experience in Southern Connecticut. Water Disinfection and Natural Organic Matter: Characterization and Control. 649:26-47.
John T, Hakkinen P.J., Reckhow DA.  1998.  Exposure Characteristics. Exposure to Contaminants in Drinking Water: Estimating Uptake through the Skin and by Inhalation. :256.
Reckhow DA, Rees P.L., Makdissy G., Bryan D..  2005.  Factors affecting NOM reactivity with chlorine. Humic Substances: Molecular Details and Applications in Land and Water Conservation Overview. :117.
Xie Y, Reckhow DA.  1995.  Hydrolysis and Dehalogenation of Trihaloacetaldehydes. Disinfection By-Products in Water Treatment: The Chemistry of Their Formation and Control. :283-291.
Jiang Y, Goodwill JE, Tobiason JE, Reckhow DA.  2015.  Impacts of Ferrate Treatment on Natural Organic Matter, Disinfection By-Products, and Bromide. Disinfection By-products in Drinking Water. :151-160.
Reckhow DA, Singer PC.  1985.  Mechanisms of Organic Halide Formation During Fulvic Acid Chlorination and Implications with Respect to Pre-ozonation. Water Chlorination: Environmental Impact and Health Effects, Volume 5. 5:1229-1257.
Gerrity DW, Benotti MJ, Reckhow DA, Snyder SA.  2011.  Pharmaceuticals and Endocrine Disrupting Compounds in Drinking Water. Biophysico-Chemical Processes of Anthropogenic Organic Compounds in Environmental Systems. :233-249.
Hua G, Reckhow DA.  2008.  Relationship between Brominated THMs, HAAs, and Total Organic Bromine during Drinking Water Chlorination. Occurrence, Formation, Health Effects and Control of Disinfection Byproducts in Drinking Water. 995:108-123.
Bull RJ, Reckhow DA.  2008.  Use of Chemical Models and Structure—Activity Relationships to Identify Novel Disinfection By-Products of Potential Toxicological Concern. Occurrence, Formation, Health Effects and Control of Disinfection Byproducts in Drinking Water. 995:51-64.
Conference Proceedings
Tobiason JE, Ahlfeld D. P., Rees P.S., Reckhow DA.  2006.  Optimizing Water Supply Protection: Measurements, Models and Management. Safe Drinking Water: Where Science Meets Policy.
Journal Article
Xie Y, Reckhow DA, Springbord DC.  1998.  Analyzing HAAs and ketoacids without diazomethane. Journal of the American Water Works Association. 90(4):131-138.
Liu B, Reckhow DA, Tarnasukas R.J., Karalekas P.C., Borgatti D..  2007.  Beavers and disinfection byproduct precursors in the Springfield water and sewer commission Cobble Mountain Reservoir. Journal of the New England Water Works Association. 121(2):113-128.
Jiang Y, Goodwill JE, Tobiason JE, Reckhow DA.  2016.  Bromide oxidation by ferrate (VI): The formation of active bromine and bromate. Water Research. 96:188-197.
Reckhow DA, Edzwald JK.  1991.  Bromoform and Iodoform formation potential tests as surrogates for THM formation potential. Journal of the American Water Works Association. 83(5):67-73.
Goodwill JE, Jiang Y, Reckhow DA, Gikonyo JG, Tobiason JE.  2015.  Characterization of particles from ferrate pre-oxidation. Environmental Science & Technology. 49(8):4955–4962.
Reckhow DA, Singer PC.  1990.  Chlorination by-products in drinking waters: From formation potentials to finished water concentrations. Journal (American Water Works Association). 82(4):173-180.
Reckhow DA, Singer PC, Malcolm RL.  1990.  Chlorination of humic materials: byproduct formation and chemical interpretations. Environmental Science & Technology. 24(11):1655–1664.
Garvey E, Tobiason JE, Hayes M, Wolfram E, Reckhow DA, Male JW.  1998.  Coliform transport in a pristine reservoir: Modeling and field studies. Water Science & Technology. 37(2):137-144.
Hua G, Reckhow DA.  2007.  Comparison of disinfection byproduct formation from chlorine and alternative disinfectants. Water Research. 41(8):1667–1678.
Corbin MJ, Reckhow DA, Tobiason JE, Kaminski GS.  2003.  Controlling DBPs by delaying chlorine addition until after filtration. Journal of the New England Water Works Association. 117(4):243-251.
Hua G, Reckhow DA, Abusallout I.  2015.  Correlation between SUVA and DBP formation during chlorination and chloramination of NOM fractions from different sources. Chemosphere. 130:82–89.
Hua G, Reckhow DA.  2008.  DBP formation during chlorination and chloramination: Effect of reaction time, pH, dosage, and temperature. Journal - American Water Works Association. 100(8):82-95.

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