Thomas G. Hinton

EDUCATION (Academic Degrees:)

  • Ph.D., Radiation Ecology. Colorado State University. 1989.
    M. S., Radiation Biology. Colorado State University. 1983.
    B. S., Wildlife Biology. Colorado State University. 1976.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • 03/2015 - curr.Professor, Institute of Environmental Radioactivity, Fukushima University, Japan
    2011 - 01/2015Coordinator of Strategy for Allied Radioecology (STAR), a European Network of Excellence in Radioecology www.star-radioecology.org
    2009 -. 2015Deputy Director of Radioecology, Ecotoxicology and Environmental Modelling Department, IRSN, France
    2006 - 2008Senior Research Scientist, University of Georgia, Savannah River Ecology Laboratory.
    1999 - 2005Associate Research Scientist, University of Georgia, Savannah River Ecology Laboratory.
    1992 - 1998Assistant Research Scientist, University of Georgia, Savannah River Ecology Laboratory.
    1992 - 1995Joint appointment with the University of Georgia (8 months/year) and the Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland (4 m/y).
    1992Staff Scientist, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland.
    1989 - 1991Postdoctoral Fellow, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland.

RADIOECOLOGY INTERESTS

  • Dose and effects to free-ranging wildlife from low-level, chronic irradiation; transport and fate of radioactive contaminants in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems; transgenerational effects from contaminant exposures; remediation of radioactively contaminated ecosystems; contaminant modeling; international integration of radioecological efforts under a coordinated strategic vision.

PEER REVIEWED MANUSCRIPTS

  1. Deryabina, T. G., S. V. Kuchmel, L. L. Nagorskaya, T. G. Hinton, J. C. Beasley, A. Lerebours, J.T. Smith 2015. Long term census data reveal abundant wildlife populations at Chernobyl. Current Biology. 25(19):R824-R826.
  2. Stark, K., D. Scott, O. Tsyusko, D. Coughlin, T. G. Hinton. 2015. Multi-level effects of low dose rate ionizing radiation on Southern Toad, Anaxyrus [Bufo] terrestris. PLoS ONE 10(4): e0125327. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0125327
  3. Hinton, T. G., M. Byrne, S. Webster, J. Beasley. 2015. Quantifying the spatial and temporal variation in dose from external exposure to radiation: A new tool for use on free-ranging wildlife. J. Environ. Rad. 145:58-65.
  4. Gonze,M-A., P. Renaud, I. Korsakissok, H. Kato, T. Hinton, C. Mourlon, M. Simon-Cornu. 2014. Assessment of dry and wet atmospheric deposits of radioactive aerosols: Application to Fukushima radiocaesium fallout. Env. Sci & Tech. 48:11268-76.
  5. Pinder, J., E., D. Rowan, J. Rasmussen, J. Smith, T. G. Hinton and W. Whicker. 2014. Development and evaluation of a regression-based model to predict cesium concentration ratios fro freshwater fish. J. Environ. Rad. 134:89-98.
  6. Grygoryev, D., O. Moskalenko, T. G. Hinton and J. D. Zimbrick. 2013. DNA damage caused by chronic transgenerational exposure to low dose gamma radiation in medaka fish (Oryzias latipes). Rad. Res. 180:235-246.
  7. Fisher, N. S., K. Beaugelin-Seiller, T. G. Hinton, Z. Baumann, D. Madigan, and J. Garnier-Laplace. 2013. Evaluation of radiation doses and associated risk from the Fukushima nuclear accident to marine biota and human consumers of seafood. Proceedings National Academy of Sciences. 110:10670-10675.
  8. Hinton, T. G., J. Garnier-Laplace; H. Vandenhove; M. Dowdall; C. Adam-Guillermin; F.Alonzo; C. Barnett; K. Beaugelin-Seiller; N. A. Beresford; J. Brown; F. Eyrolle; L. Fevrier; J-C. Gariel; T.Hertel-Aas; N. Horemans; B. J. Howard; T. Ikaheimonen; J.C. Mora; D. Oughton; A. Real; B. Salbu; M.Simon-Cornu; M. Steiner; L. Sweeck; J. Vives i Batlle. 2013. An invitation to contribute to a strategic research agenda in radioecology. J. Environ. Rad. 115:73-82.
  9. Garnier-Laplace, J., S. Geras'kin, C. Della-Vedova, K. Beaugelin-Seiller, T. G. Hinton, A. Real, A. Oudalova. 2013. Are radiosensitivity data derived from natural field conditions consistent with data from controlled exposures? A case study of Chernobyl wildlife chronically exposed to low dose rates. J. Environ. Rad. 121:12-21.
  10. Smith, R.W., C. B. Seymour, R. D. .Moccia, T. G. Hinton and C. E. Mothersill. 2013. The induction of a radiation-induced bystander effect in fish transcends taxonomic group and trophic level. Intern. J. Rad. Bio. 89:225-233.
  11. Stark, K., D.E. Scott, O. Tsyusko, D. P. Coughlin and T. G. Hinton. 2012. Effects of two stressors on amphibian larval development. Ecotoxicology and Envrionmental Safety 79:283-287.
  12. Adam-Guillermin, C., Pereira, S., Della-Vedova, C., Hinton, T. and Garnier-Laplace, J. 2012. Genotoxic and Reprotoxic Effects of Tritium and External Gamma Irradiation on Aquatic Animals. IN: Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. (Editor, D. M. Whitacre). Pg 69-103. Springer Science. DOI 10.1007/978-1-46143414-6_3.
  13. Hinton, T. G., D. Coughlin, Yi Yi, T. Glenn, and J. Zimbrick. 2012. Reproductive effects from chronic, multi-generational, low dose rate exposures to radiation. In: Radiobiology and Environmental Security. (Ed: C. Mothersill, V. Korogod & C. Seymour). NATO Advance Research Workshop; Science for Peace Series. SpringerLink, The Netherlands. ISBN 978-94-007-1939-2. pg.219-232.
  14. Geras'kin, S.A., A.A. Oudalova, V.G. Dikarev, N.S. Dikareva, E.M. Mozolin, T. Hinton, S.I. Spiridonov, D. Copplestone, J. Garnier-Laplace. 2012. Effects of chronic exposure in populations of Koeleria gracilis Pers. from the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site, Kazakhstan. J. Environ. Rad. 104:55-63.
  15. Beresford, N. A., C. Adam-Guillermin, J. M. Bonzom, J. Garnier-Laplace, T. Hinton, C. Lecomte, D. Copplestone. 2012. Comment on "Abundance of birds in Fukushima as judged from Chernobyl" by Moller et al. (2012). Environmental Pollution 169:136.
  16. Beresford, N. A., C. Adam-Guillermin, J. M. Bonzom, J. Garnier-Laplace, T. Hinton, C. Lecomte, D. Copplestone, C. Della-Vedova, C. Ritz. 2012. Response to authors' reply regarding "Abundance of birds in Fukushima as judged from Chernobyl" by Moller et al (2012). Environmental Pollution 169: 139-140.
  17. Oskolkov, B., Bondarkov, M., Gashchak, S., Maksimenko, A., Hinton, T. G., Coughlin. D., Jannik, T.G., and Farfán, E.B. 2011. Radiation dose assessment for the biota of terrestrial ecosystems in the shoreline zone of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Cooling Pond. Health Physics 101:349-361.
  18. Geras'kin, S,, Oudalova, A., Dikareva, N., Spiridonov, S., Hinton, T., Chernonog, E., Garnier-Laplace, J. 2011. Effects of radioactive contamination on Scots pines in the remote period after the Chernobyl accident. Ecotoxicology 20:1195-1208.
  19. Smith, R. W., Mothersill, C., Hinton, T., Seymour, CB. 2011. Exposure to low level chronic radiation leads to adaptation to a subsequent acute X-ray dose and communication of modified acute X-ray induced bystander signals in medaka (Japanese rice fi sh, Oryzias latipes). Int. J. Rad. Bio. 87 :964-973.
  20. Garnier-Laplace, J., Beaugelin-Seiller, K., Hinton, T.G., 2011. Fukushima wildlife dose reconstruction signals ecological consequences. Env. Sci. & Tech. 45:5077-5078.
  21. Real, A., N. Horemans, L. Newsome, A. Oudalova, K. Stark, C. Willrodt, S. Yoshida and T. Hinton. 2011. FREDERICA effects database update within the EMRAS-II programme: Contributing to evaluate the environmental impact of ionizing radiation. Radioprotection. 46: S695-S697
  22. Tsyusko, O., T. Glenn, Yi Yi, K. Jones, K. Aizawa, D. Coughlin, J. Zimbrick, T. Hinton. 2011. Differential genetic responses to ionizing irradiation in individual families of Japanese Medaka, Oryzias latipes. Mutation Research - Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis. 718:18-23.
  23. Smith, R. W., J. Wang, C. E. Mothersill, T. G. Hinton, K. Aizawa, and C. B. Seymour. 2011. Proteomic changes in the gills of wild type and transgenic radiosensitive medaka following exposure to direct irradiation and to X-ray induced bystander signals. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1814: 290-298.
  24. Pinder III, J. E., T. G. Hinton, B. E. Taylor, F. W. Whicker. 2011. Cesium accumulation by aquatic organisms at different trophic levels following an experimental release into a small reservoir. J. Environ. Rad. 102:283-293.
  25. Simon, O., E. Mottin, B. Geffory and T. Hinton. 2011. The effects of dietary uranium on reproductive endpoints (fecundity, survival, reproductive success) of the fish Danio rerio. Environ. Tox. and Chem. 30:220-225.
  26. Simon, O., S. Massarin, F. Coppin, T. G. Hinton, and R. Gilbin. 2011. Investigating the embry/larval taoxic and genotoxic effects of gamma irradiation on zebrafish eggs. J. Environ. Rad. 102:1039-1044.
  27. Koo, Bon-Jun; Fletcher, D. E.; Hinton, T. G.; Barton, C. D.; Matsumoto, M. R.; Teune, A. M.; and Kaplan, D. I. 2010. Assessment of stream fish mortality from short-term exposure to illite clays used as an in situ method for remediating 137Cs contaminated wetlands. International Journal of Soil, Sediment and Water: Vol. 3: Iss. 2, Article 2.
  28. Pinder III, J. E., T. G. Hinton, F. W. Whicker. 2010. Contrasting cesium dynamics in neighboring deep and shallow warm-water reservoirs. J. Environ. Rad. 101:659.669.
  29. Pinder III, J. E., T. G. Hinton, F. W. Whicker, and J. T. Smith. 2009. Cesium accumulation by fish following acute input to lakes: a comparison of experimental and Chernobyl-impacted systems. J. Environ. Rad. 100:456-467
  30. Mothersill, C., R. W. Smith, T. G. Hinton, K. Aizawa, C. B. Seymour. 2009. Communication of radiation-induced signals in vivo between DNA repair deficient and proficient Medaka (Oryzias latipes) Environ. Sci.& Techn. 43:3335-3342.
  31. Knox, A., D. Kaplan and T. G. Hinton. 2008. Elevated uptake of Th and U by Netted Chain Fern (Woodwardia areloata). J. Radioanalytical Nuclear Chemistry 277:169-173.
  32. Hinton, T. and K. Aizawa. 2007. A layperson's primer on multiple stressors. In: Multiple Stressors: A Challenge for the Future. (Ed. C. Mothersill and I. Mossee). NATO Advance Research Workshop; Science for Peace Series. SpringerLink, Netherlands. ISBN 978-1-4020-6333-6; pg 57-69.
  33. Hinton, T. G., R. Alexakhin, M. Balonov, N. Gentner, J. Hendry, B. Prister, P. Strand, D. Woodhead. 2007. Radiation-induced effects on plants and animals. Findings of the UN Chernobyl Forum. Health Physics. 93:427-440.
  34. Carver, A. M., T. G. Hinton, R. A. Fjeld and D. I. Kaplan. 2007. Reduced plant uptake of 137Cs grown in illite-amended sediments. Water, Soil and Air Pollution. 185:255-263.
  35. Tsyusko, O., Y. Yi, D. Coughlin, D. Main, R. Podolsky, T. Hinton, and T. Glenn. 2007. Radiation-induced untargeted germline mutations in Japanese medaka. Comp. Biochem. & Phys. - C Toxicology and Pharmacology. 145:103-110.
  36. Hinton, T. G., D. I. Kaplan, A. Knox, D. Coughlin, R. Rice, S. I. Watson, D. E. Fletcher and B. Koo. 2006. Use of illite clay for in situ remediation of 137Cs-contaminated water bodies: Field demonstration of reduced biological uptake. Environ. Sci.& Techn. 40: 4500-4505.
  37. Alexakhin, R., M. Balonov, N. Gentner, J. Hendry, T. Hinton, B. Prister, P. Strand, D. Woodhead. 2006. Radiation-Induced Effects on Plants and Animals. IN: Environmental Consequences of the Chernobyl Accident and their Remediation: Twenty Years of Experience. International Atomic Energy Agency. Chernobyl Forum. Radiological Assessment Reports Series. IAEA, Vienna. pp 125- 140.
  38. Pinder, J. E., T. G. Hinton and F. W. Whicker. 2006. Foliar uptake of cesium from the water column by aquatic macrophytes. J. Environ. Radioactivity 85:23-47.
  39. Hinton, T. G. and F. Bréchignac. 2005. A case against biomarkers as they are currently used in radioecological risk analyses: A problem of linkage. In: Scientific Trends in Radiological Protection of the Environment (Eds: F. Brechignac and B. J. Howard). pg 123-136. ISBN: 2-7430-0880-8. IRSN, France.
  40. Kaplan, D. I., T. G. Hinton and A. S. Knox. 2005. Cesium-137 partitioning to wetland sediments and uptake by plants. J. Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chem. 264: 393-399.
  41. Dion, H. M., C. S. Romanek, T. G. Hinton, and P. M. Bertsch. 2005. 137Cs in floodplain sediments of the Lower Three Runs Creek on the DOE Savannah River Site. J. Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chem. 264: 481-488.
  42. Hinton, T. G., D. I. Kaplan, A. S. Knox and R. Sharitz. 2005. Phytoremediation potential of native trees in a uranium and thorium contaminated wetland. J. Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chem. 264:417-422.
  43. Pinder III, J. E., T. G. Hinton and F. W. Whicker 2005. The influence of a whole-lake addition of stable cesium on the remobilization of aged 137Cs in a contaminated reservoir. J. Environ. Radioactivity 80:225-243.
  44. Hinton, T. G., J. S. Bedford, J. C. Congdon and F. W. Whicker. 2004. Effects of radiation on the environment: A need to question old paradigms and enhance collaboration among radiation biologists and radiation ecologists. Radiation Research 162:332-338.
  45. Wilson, M. D., W. McCormick and T. G. Hinton. 2004. The maximally exposed individual-Comparison of maximum likelihood estimation of high quantiles to the extreme value estimate. Risk Analysis 24:1143-1150.
  46. Hinton, T. G., D. P. Coughlin, Y. Yi and L. C. Marsh. 2004. Low dose rate irradiation facility: Initial study on chronic exposures to medaka. J. Environ. Radioactivity 74:43-55.
  47. Whicker, F. W., T. G. Hinton, M. M. MacDonnell, J. E. Pinder III, and L. J. Habegger. 2004. Avoiding destructive remediation at DOE sites. Science 303:1615-1616.
  48. Whicker, F. W., T. G. Hinton, M. M. MacDonnell, J. E. Pinder III, and L. J. Habegger. 2004. Response to L. Moore's and Response to R. Efroymson's comments on "Avoiding destructive remediation at DOE sites". Science 306:975-977.
  49. Wilson, M. D. and T. G. Hinton. 2003. Comparative bias associated with various estimates of dose to the maximally exposed individual. Health Physics 85:585-593.
  50. Sauras-Yera, T., J. Tent, Y. Ivanov, T. G. Hinton, G. Rauret and R. Vallejo,. 2003. Reduction of crop contamination by resuspension within the 30-km zone of Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. Environ. Sci. Technol. 37:4592-4596.
  51. Wilson, M. D. and T. G. Hinton. 2003. Statistics of extreme values - comparative bias associated with various estimates of dose to the maximally exposed individual. IN: Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on the Protection of the Environment from Ionising Radiation. Darwin, Australia, 22 -26 July 2002 International Atomic Energy Agency. IAEA-CSP-17. Vienna, Austria.
  52. Ulsh, B. A., T. G. Hinton, J. D. Congdon, L. C. Dugan, F. W. Whicker and J. S. Bedford. 2003. Environmental biodosimetry: A biological relevant tool for ecological risk assessment and biomonitoring. J. Environ. Radioactivity. 66:121-139.
  53. Knox, A., D. Kaplan, D. Adriano, T. G. Hinton, and M. D. Wilson. 2003. Apatite and Phillipsite as sequestering agents for metals and radionuclides. J. Environ. Quality 32:515-525.
  54. Hinton, T. G., J. E. Pinder, F. W. Whicker, L. Marsh, J. Joyner, D. Coughlin, Y. Yi, and J. Gariboldi. 2002. Comparative kinetics of cesium from whole-lake, limnocorrals, and laboratory-scale experiments. IN: The Radioecology- Ecotoxicology of Continental and Estuarine Environments (Ed: F. Brechignac), EDP Sciences Press, France.C1605- C1610.
  55. Ulsh, B., S. Miller, F. Mallory, R. Mitchel, D. Morrison, J. Bedford, F. Whicker, T. Hinton and D. Boreham. 2002. Cytogenetic biomarkers of radiation exposure in nonhuman organisms. IN: Proceedings from the International Conference on Radioactivity in the Environment. (Eds. P. Borretzen, T. Jolle and P. Strand) 1-5 September 2002, Monaco. pp 74-78.
  56. Wilson, M. D. and T. Hinton. 2002. The maximally exposed individual-Use of simulation to estimate bias in various sample statistics. IN: Proceedings from the International Conference on Radioactivity in the Environment. (Eds. P. Borretzen, T. Jolle and P. Strand) 1-5 September 2002, Monaco. pp 153- 157.
  57. Malek, M. A., T. G. Hinton and S. B. Webb. 2002. A comparison of 90Sr and 137Cs uptake in plants via three pathways at two Chernobyl-contaminated sites. J. Environ. Radioactivity 58:129-141.
  58. Hinton, T. G., A. Knox, D. Kaplan and S. Serkiz. 2001. An in situ method for remediating 137Cs-contaminated wetlands using naturally occurring minerals. J. Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry 249:197-202.
  59. Mulhlmann-Diaz, M. C., B. A. Ulsh, F. W. Whicker, T. G. Hinton, J. D. Congdon and J. S. Bedford. 2001. Conservation of chromosome-1 in turtles over 66 million years. Cytogenics and Cell Genetics 92:285-297.
  60. Ulsh, B. A., J. D. Congdon, T. G. Hinton, F. W. Whicker and J. S. Bedford. 2001. Culture methods for turtle lymphocytes. Methods in Cell Science. 22:285-297.
  61. Ulsh, B. A., F. W. Whicker, T. G. Hinton, J. D. Congdon and J. S. Bedford. 2001. Chromosome translocations in T. scripta: The dose-rate effect and in vivo lymphocyte radiation response. Radiation Research 155:63.
  62. Congdon, J. D., A. E. Dunham, W. A. Hopkins, C. L. Rowe and T. G. Hinton. 2001. Resource allocation-based life histories: A conceptual basis for studies of ecological toxicology. Environ. Toxicology and Chemistry 20:1698-1703.
  63. Hinton, T. G. 2000. Strong inference, science fairs and radioecology. J. Environ. Radioactivity 51:277-279.
  64. Abraham, J. P., F. W. Whicker, T. G. Hinton and D. J. Rowan. 2000. Inventory and spatial pattern of 137Cs in a pond: A comparison of two survey methods. J. Environ. Radioactivity 51: 157-171.
  65. Ulsh, B. A., M. C. Mulhlmann-Diaz, F. W. Whicker, T. G. Hinton, J. D. Congdon, and J. S. Bedford. 2000. Chromosome translocations in turtles: A biomarker in a sentinel animal for ecological dosimetry. Radiation Research 153: 752-759.
  66. Hinton, T. G., C. M. Bell, F. W. Whicker and T. Phillippi. 1999. Temporal changes and factors influencing 137Cs concentration in vegetation colonizing an exposed lake bed over a three year period. J. Environ. Radioactivity 44:1-19.
  67. Kirchner, G., S. Peterson, U. Bergstrom, S. Bushell, P. Davis, V. Filistovic, T. Hinton, P. Krajewski, T. Riesen, and P. Uit de Haag. 1999. Effect of user interpretation on uncertainty estimates: An example of the air-to-milk transfer of radiocesium. J. Environ. Radioactivity 42: 177-190.
  68. Whicker, F. W., T. G. Hinton, K. A. Orlandii and S. B. Clark. 1999. Uptake of natural and anthropogenic actinides in vegetable crops grown on a contaminated lake bed. J. Environ. Radioactivity 45:1-12.
  69. Hinton, T. G., M. Malek, C. Sherony and S. B. Clark. 1998. Operationally-defined availability from sequential extractions compared to plant uptake of 137Cs and 90Sr. J. Radioanalytical Nuclear Chem. 235:185-190.
  70. Hinton, T. G., J. A. Gessaman, R. D. Nagle and J. D. Congdon. 1998. An evaluation of whole-body potassium-40 content for estimating lean and fat mass in pigeons. Condor 100:579-582.
  71. Connor, D. M., T. G. Hinton and C. M. Bell. 1997. Variance partitioning as a guide for sampling and comparing the spatial distribution of Hg and 137Cs in sediments. Sci. Total Environ. 206:167-176.
  72. Mohler, H. J., F. W. Whicker and T. G. Hinton. 1997. Temporal trends of 137Cs in an abandoned reactor cooling reservoir. J. Environ. Radioactivity 37:251-268.
  73. Hinton, T. G., P. Fledderman, J. Lovich, J. Congdon and J. W. Gibbons. 1997. Radiographic determination of fecundity: Is the technique safe for developing embryos? Chelonian Conservation and Biology. 2:409-414.
  74. Whicker, F. W., T. G. Hinton and D. J. Niquette. 1997. Effects of a partial draw down on the dynamics of 137Cs in an abandoned reactor cooling reservoir. IN: Freshwater and Estuarine Radioecology. (Ed: Hilton, Desmet, Comans, Blust and deBetencourt) Studies in Environmental Science, Elsevier. pp. 205-214.
  75. Hinton, T. G. and F. W. Whicker. 1997. A screening model approach to determine probable impacts to fish from historic releases of radionuclides. IN: Freshwater and Estuarine Radioecology (Ed: Hilton, Desmet, Comans, Blust and deBetencourt) Studies in Environmental Science, Elsevier. pp. 441-448.
  76. Clark, S. B., W. H. Johnson, M. A. Malek, S. M. Serkiz and T. G. Hinton. 1996. A comparison of sequential extraction techniques to estimate geochemical controls on the mobility of fission product, actinide and heavy metal contaminants in soil. Radiochemica Acta. 74:173-179.
  77. Hinton, T. G., M. McDonald, Y. Ivanov, N. Arkhipov and A. Arkhipov. 1996. Foliar absorption of resuspended 137Cs relative to other pathways of plant contamination. J. Environ. Radioactivity 30:15-30.
  78. Askbrant S., J. Melin, J. Sandalls, G. Rauret, T. Hinton, R. Vallejo, A. Cremers, C. Vandecasteele, N. Lewyckyj, Y. Ivanov, S. Levschuk, B. Prister, N. Arkhipov, A. Arkhipov, S. Kruglov and R. Alexakhin. 1996. Mobility of radionuclides in undisturbed and cultivated soils in Ukraine, Belarus and Russia six years after the Chernobyl fallout. J. Environ. Radioactivity 31:287-312.
  79. Hinton, T. G., P. Kopp, S. Ibrahim, I. Bubryak, A. Syomov, L. Tobler and C. Bell. 1995. A comparison of techniques used to estimate the amount of resuspended soil on plant surfaces. Health Physics 68:1-9.
  80. Hinton, T. G., J. M. Stoll and L. Tobler. 1995. Soil contamination of plant surfaces from grazing and rainfall interactions. J. Environ. Radioactivity 29:11-26.
  81. Hinton, T. G. 1994. Sensitivity analysis of ECOSYS-87: An emphasis on the ingestion pathway as a function of radionuclide and type of deposition. Health Physics 66:513-531.
  82. Hinton, T. G., P. Kopp, S. Ibrahim, I. Bubryak, A. Syomov and L. Tobler. 1993. Contaminated soil on Chernobyl vegetation. IN: Proceedings of the 26th Midyear Topical Meeting of the Health Physics Society. Coeur d'Alene, ID. pp. 407-421.
  83. Whicker, F. W., D. J. Niquette and T. G. Hinton. 1993. To remediate or not: A case history. IN: Proceedings of the 26th Midyear Topical Meeting of the Health Physics Society. Coeur d'Alene, ID. pp. 473-485.
  84. Hinton, T. G. 1992. Contamination of plants by resuspension: a review, with critique of measurement methods. Sci. Total Environ. 121:171-193.
  85. Hinton, T. G., F. W. Whicker, J. E. Pinder III and S. A. Ibrahim. 1992. Comparative kinetics of 47Ca, 85Sr, and 226Ra in the freshwater turtle, Trachemys scripta. J. Environ. Radioactivity 16:25-47.
  86. Hinton, T. G., F. W. Whicker and J. E. Pinder III. 1988. The comparative kinetics of Ca, Sr, and Ra within the yellow-bellied turtle Trachemys scripta, as influenced by dietary calcium, season, age and sex of the animal. IN: Impact Des Accidents D'Origine Nucleaire Sur L'Environnement. The 4th International Symposium of Radioecology. March, 1988. Cadarache, France. Vol. 2, E120-128.
  87. Hinton, T. G. and F. W. Whicker. 1985. A field experiment on Rn flux from reclaimed uranium mill tailings. Health Physics 48(4):421-427.
  88. Hinton, T. G. and F. W. Whicker. 1982. A field experiment on tailings reclamation: Radon flux versus earthen cover depth. IN: The 5th Symposium on Uranium Mill Tailings Management. Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO. pp. 421-432.

BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. Airey, P., T. G. Hinton and J. Twining. 2012. The Scientific Basis IN: Radioactivity in The Environment; Vol. 18, Tropical Radioecology (Editor J. Twining). Elseiver LTD. pg 1-57.
  2. Hinton, T. G. and J. E. Pinder, III. 2001. A review of plutonium releases from the Savannah River Site, subsequent behavior within terrestrial and aquatic environments, and resulting dose to humans. IN: Plutonium in the Environment, (Ed. A. Kudo) Environmental Radioactivity Series, Vol. I. Elsevier Science Ltd. UK pp 413 - 436.
  3. Hinton, T. G. 1998a. Risks from exposure to radiation. Chapter 14 IN: Fundamentals of Ecotoxicology (Ed: M. Newman). Lewis Publishers, Ann Arbor, MI. pp 251-278.
  4. Hinton, T. G. 1998b. Estimating human and ecological risks from exposure to radiation. Chapter 7 IN: Risk Assessment: Logic and Measurement (Ed: M. Newman and C. Strojan). Ann Arbor Press, Chelsea, MI. pp 143-166.
  5. Hinton, T. G. and D. E. Scott. 1990. Radioecological techniques for herpetology with an emphasis on freshwater turtles. Chapter 21 IN: The Life History and Ecology of the Slider Turtle. (Ed. J. W. Gibbons). Smithsonian Institution Press, pp. 267-287

BOOKS

  1. Whicker, W., C. Garten, D. Hamby, K. Higley, T. Hinton, D. Kaplan, D. Rowan, G. Schrechkhise. 2007. Cesium-137 in the Environment: Radioecology and Approaches to Assessment and Management. National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements, NCRP Report No. 154, Bethesda, MD.

TECHNICAL REPORTS

  1. Février, L., F. Alonzo, M. Dowdall, J. Garnier-Laplace, T. Hinton, B. Howard, T. Ikaheimonen, M. Muikki, D. Oughton, M. Steiner, H. Vandenhove and P. Vesterbacka. 2012. STAR Deliverable D1.5, STAR Project Report (February 2011 - July 2012) Contract # Fission 2010-5.1-269672.
  2. Hinton, T. and L. Fevrier. 2012. STAR Deliverable D1.4, STAR Performance Report (February 2011 - July 2012) Contract # Fission 2010-5.1-269672.
  3. Hinton, T. G. 2012. STAR Deliverable D1.3, Report on Flex Fund Spending. (February 2011 - July 2012) Contract # Fission 2010-5.1-269672.
  4. Hinton, T. G. and L Fevrier. 2011. STAR Deliverable D1.2, Quality Assurance Manual and Communication Plan. Contract # Fission 2010-5.1-269672.
  5. Hinton, T. G. and L Fevrier. 2011. STAR Deliverable D1.1, Performance Report. February 2011 - July 2011. Contract # Fission 2010-5.1-269672.
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AWARDS and PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

  1. First recipient of the Vladimir Shevchenko Medal, awarded by the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences and the Scientific Society "Biosphere and Humanity", for contributions in radioecology, October 2010.
  2. Awarded National Environmental Excellence Award for Environmental Management in recognition of work conducted on the U.S. Department of Energy's Biota Dose Assessment Committee (July 2001).
  3. Awarded Young Investigators Award for 1993 - 1994 by the US National Academy of Sciences, (Nuclear Accidents and Radioactive Contamination, collaboration with Ukraine and Belarus).
  4. Member of National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurement's committee on Cesium in the Environment (1996-2006).
  5. Member of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention committee on Savannah River Health Effects (1995 to 2002).
  6. Member of Biota Dose Assessment Committee, a DOE committee tasked with developing guidelines for ecological risk calculations (2002- 2004).
  7. Member of International Atomic Energy Agency forum tasked with summarizing the environmental effects of the Chernobyl accident (2003-2005).
  8. Associate Editor, Journal of Environmental Radioactivity. 2000 - 2008.
  9. Nuclear Expert for NATO Science for Peace and Security Programme (2007 - 2009)
  10. Expert for Int. Atomic Energy Agency on Remediation Problems of the Chernobyl Cooling Pond; Kiev; (2009 - 2010).
  11. Group Leader for IAEA Environmental Modeling for Radiation Safety (EMRAS-ii); Biota Effects Modeling Group (Jan. 2009 - 2011)