Currently at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Publications from work done at Stony Brook:
Mathews,T., and N.S. Fisher. 2007. Assessing metal biomagnification and uptake pathways in Mediterranean fish. Rapp. Comm. Int. Mer. Medit. 38:289
Mathews,T., and N.S. Fisher. 2007. Metal concentrations in Mediterranean fish tissues: exploring biomagnification patterns. Rapp. Comm. Int. Mer. Medit. 38-290.
Mathews, T., and N.S. Fisher. 2008. Evaluating the trophic transfer of cadmium, polonium, and methylmercury in an estuarine food chain. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 27: 1093-1101.
Mathews, T., N.S. Fisher, R.A. Jeffree, and J.-L. Teyssie. 2008. Assimilation and retention of metals in teleost and elasmobranch fishes following dietary exposure. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 360: 1-12.
Mathews, T., and N.S. Fisher. 2008. Trophic transfer of seven trace metals in a four-step marine food chain. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 367: 23-33.
Mathews, T., and N.S. Fisher. 2009. Dominance of dietary intake of metals in marine elasmobranch and teleost fish. Science of the Total Environment. 407: 5156-5161.
Stewart, A.R., M. Grosell, D. Buchwalter, N.S. Fisher, S.N. Luoma, T. Mathews, P. Orr, and W.-X. Wang. 2010. Bioaccumulation and trophic transfer of selenium. In: Ecological Assessment of Selenium in the Aquatic Environment, P.M. Chapman, W.J. Adams, M.L. Brooks, C.G. Delos, S.N. Luoma, W.A. Maher, H.M. Ohlendorf, T.S. Presser, and D.P. Shaw (Eds.), SETAC Press, Pensacola, FL, 92-137.
Fisher, N.S., T. Mathews, and J. Dutton. In press. Dietary sources dominate metal uptake in marine fish. Rapp. Comm. Int. Mer. Medit. 39: