Howard Weinberg

 

Associate Professor 
Environmental Sciences & Engineering

Howard Weinberg’s website 
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile

Contact

T: 919-966-3859 
howard_weinberg@unc.edu


Education

Technion – Israel Institute of Technology  PhD, Environmental Sciences and Engineering


Key Publications

J.G. Pressman, S.D. Richardson, T.F. Speth, R.J. Miltner, M.G. Narotsky, E.S. Hunter, G.E. Rice, L.K. Teuschler, A. McDonald, S.Parvez, S.W. Krasner, H.S. Weinberg, A.B. McKague, C.J. Parrett, N. Bodin, R. Chinn, C.-F. T. Lee and J.E. Simmons (2010) 
Concentration, Chlorination, and Chemical Analysis of Drinking Water for Disinfection Byproduct Mixtures Health Effects Research: U.S. EPA’s Four Lab Study
Environmental Science and Technology: vol.In press, p.DOI: 10.1021/es9039314.

B.D. Stanford, A. Amoozegar, & H.S. Weinberg (2010) 
The impact of co-contaminants and septic system effluent quality on the transport of estrogens and nonylphenols through soil.
Water Research: vol.44, p.1598-1606.

S. Rodriguez-Mozaz and H.S. Weinberg (2010) 
Pharmaceuticals in Water – An Interdisciplinary Approach to a Public Health Challenge.
Environmental Health Perspectives: vol.In press, p.doi: 10.1289/ehp.0901532. H.S. Weinberg (2009) 
Use of Ion Chromatography with Post-Column Reaction for the Measurement of Tribromide to Evaluate bromate Levels in Drinking Water
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: vol.367, p.4097–4118. H.S. Weinberg, S.W. Krasner, S.D. Richardson, and A.D. Thruston, Jr (2002) 
The Occurrence of Disinfection By-Products (DBPs) of Health Concern in Drinking Water: Results of a Nationwide DBP Occurrence Study
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Exposure, Research Laboratory, p.460 pages.