Faculty Profiles

P. Lee Ferguson
Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Gross Hall, Room 379, Dept. of Civil & Environ. Engineering, Durham, NC 27708
(919) 660-5460
(919) 660-5219



Ph.D., State University of New York at Stony Brook 2002

Ferguson, PL, and Brownawell, BJ. "Degradation of nonylphenol ethoxylates in estuarine sediment under aerobic and anaerobic conditions." Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 22.6 (2003): 1189-1199. Full Text

Ferguson, PL, Benotti, MJ, and Brownawell, BJ. "Advances in the application of high performance mass spectrometry to problems in environmental toxicology and chemistry." Chimia 57.1-2 (2003): 36-37. (Academic Article)

Klosterhaus, SL, Ferguson, PL, and Chandler, GT. "Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon bioaccumulation by meiobenthic copepods inhabiting a superfund site: Techniques for micromass body burden and total lipid analysis." Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 21.11 (2002): 2331-2337.

Zulkosky, AM, Ferguson, PL, and McElroy, AE. "Effects of sewage-impacted sediment on reproduction in the benthic crustacean Leptocheirus plumulosus." Marine Environmental Research 54.3-5 (2002): 615-619. Full Text

Todorov, JR, Elskus, AA, Schlenk, D, Ferguson, PL, Brownawell, BJ, and McElroy, AE. "Estrogenic responses of larval sunshine bass (Morone saxatilis x M. Chrysops) exposed to New York city sewage effluent." Marine Environmental Research 54.3-5 (2002): 691-695. Full Text

Ferguson, PL, Iden, CR, McElroy, AE, and Brownawell, BJ. "Determination of steroid estrogens in wastewater by immunoaffinity extraction coupled with HPLC - Electrospray-MS." Analytical Chemistry 73.16 (2001): 3890-3895. Full Text

Ferguson, PL, Iden, CR, and Brownawell, BJ. "Distribution and fate of neutral alkylphenol ethoxylate metabolites in a sewage-impacted urban estuary." Environmental Science and Technology 35.12 (2001): 2428-2435. Full Text

Ferguson, PL, Iden, CR, and Brownawell, BJ. "Analysis of alkylphenol ethoxylate metabolites in the aquatic environment using liquid chromatography-electrospray mass spectrometry." Analytical Chemistry 72.18 (September 2000): 4322-4330. (Academic Article)

Goumon, Y, Casares, F, Pryor, S, Ferguson, L, Brownawell, B, Cadet, P, Rialas, CM, Welters, IDM, Sonetti, D, and Stefano, GB. "Ascaris suum, an intestinal parasite, produces morphine." Journal of Immunology 165.1 (2000): 339-343.