John C Little
John C Little
Charles Edward Via, Jr. Professor, Virginia Tech
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Modeling emissions of volatile organic compounds from new carpets
JC Little, AT Hodgson, AJ Gadgil
Atmospheric Environment 28 (2), 227-234, 1994
Predicting emissions of SVOCs from polymeric materials and their interaction with airborne particles
Y Xu, JC Little
Environmental science & technology 40 (2), 456-461, 2006
Can commonly-used fan-driven air cleaning technologies improve indoor air quality? A literature review
Y Zhang, J Mo, Y Li, J Sundell, P Wargocki, J Zhang, JC Little, R Corsi, ...
Atmospheric Environment 45 (26), 4329-4343, 2011
Measuring partition and diffusion coefficients for volatile organic compounds in vinyl flooring
SS Cox, D Zhao, JC Little
Atmospheric Environment 35 (22), 3823-3830, 2001
Predicting residential exposure to phthalate plasticizer emitted from vinyl flooring: a mechanistic analysis
Y Xu, EA Cohen Hubal, PA Clausen, JC Little
Environmental Science & Technology 43 (7), 2374-2380, 2009
Transport properties in polyurethane/clay nanocomposites as barrier materials: Effect of processing conditions
JM Herrera-Alonso, E Marand, JC Little, SS Cox
Journal of Membrane Science 337 (1-2), 208-214, 2009
Designing hypolimnetic aeration and oxygenation systems − a review
VL Singleton, JC Little
Environmental Science & Technology 40 (24), 7512-7520, 2006
Predicting the emission rate of volatile organic compounds from vinyl flooring
SS Cox, JC Little, AT Hodgson
Environmental Science & Technology, 2001
Predicting diffused-bubble oxygen transfer rate using the discrete-bubble model
DF McGinnis, JC Little
Water research 36 (18), 4627-4635, 2002
Rapid methods to estimate potential exposure to semivolatile organic compounds in the indoor environment
JC Little, CJ Weschler, WW Nazaroff, Z Liu, EA Cohen Hubal
Environmental science & technology 46 (20), 11171-11178, 2012
Transport of subsurface contaminants into buildings
JC Little, JM Daisey, WW Nazaroff
Environmental Science & Technology 26 (11), 2058-2066, 1992
Predicting emissions of volatile and semivolatile organic compounds from building materials: a review
Z Liu, W Ye, JC Little
Building and Environment 64, 7-25, 2013
Influence of temperature on the emission of di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) from PVC flooring in the emission cell FLEC
PA Clausen, Z Liu, V Kofoed-Sørensen, J Little, P Wolkoff
Environmental science & technology 46 (2), 909-915, 2012
Controlling soluble iron and manganese in a water-supply reservoir using hypolimnetic oxygenation
PA Gantzer, LD Bryant, JC Little
Water Research 43 (5), 1285-1294, 2009
Interaction between a bubble plume and the near field in a stratified lake
DF McGinnis, A Lorke, A Wüest, A Stöckli, JC Little
Water Resources Research 40 (10), 2004
Predicting residential exposure to phthalate plasticizer emitted from vinyl flooring: sensitivity, uncertainty, and implications for biomonitoring
Y Xu, EA Cohen Hubal, JC Little
Environmental Health Perspectives 118 (2), 253-258, 2010
Applying the two-resistance theory to contaminant volatilization in showers
JC Little
Environmental science & technology 26 (7), 1341-1349, 1992
Measuring and predicting the emission rate of phthalate plasticizer from vinyl flooring in a specially-designed chamber
Y Xu, Z Liu, J Park, PA Clausen, JL Benning, JC Little
Environmental science & technology 46 (22), 12534-12541, 2012
Variable sediment oxygen uptake in response to dynamic forcing
LD Bryant, C Lorrai, DF McGinnis, A Brand, A Wüest, JC Little
Limnology and Oceanography 55 (2), 950-964, 2010
Effect of hypolimnetic oxygenation on oxygen depletion rates in two water-supply reservoirs
PA Gantzer, LD Bryant, JC Little
Water research 43 (6), 1700-1710, 2009
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