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Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center

Terrance D. HubertTerrance D. Hubert

Position title: Chemist

Phone: 608.781.6227
Fax: 608.783.6066

1985 Ph.D., Organic Chemistry, University of Iowa
1980 BS, Ripon College, Chemistry (with Honors)                

Primary Responsibilities/Activities:
Aquatic Invasive Species Team Leader – oversight of program and daily supervision of staff. Meet with partners and determine research needs. Great Lakes Fishery Commission Technical Assistance Project Leader – daily supervision of project. Meet with partners to determine research needs. Develop and administer project budget; Radiation Safety Program – oversight of UMESC radiation safety program. Ensure that USGS license requirements are followed. Report on all aspects of radiation safety to USGS Radiation Safety Officer.

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Select Publications:
Hubert, T. D., J. A. Bernardy, C. Vue, V. K. Dawson, M. A. Boogaard, T. M. Schreier, and W. H. Gingerich. 2005.  Residues of the lampricides TFM and niclosamide in muscle tissue of rainbow trout.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.  53:5342-5346.

Graebing, P. W., J. S. Chib, T. D. Hubert, and W. H. Gingerich.  2004.  Metabolism of niclosamide in sediment and water systems.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 52:5924-5932.

Graebing, P. W., J. S. Chib, T. D. Hubert, and W. H. Gingerich.  2004.  Aqueous photolysis of niclosamide.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 52:870-878.

Hubert, T. D.  2003.  Environmental fate and effects of TFM:  a review.  Journal of Great Lakes Research  29(Supplement 1): 456-474.

Vue, C., J. A. Bernardy, T. D. Hubert, W. H. Gingerich, and G. R. Stehly.  2002. Relatively rapid loss of lampricide residues from fillet tissues of fish after routine treatment.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 50:6786-6789.

Hubert, T. D., C. Vue, J. A. Bernardy, D. L. Van Horsen, and M. I. Rock.  2001.  Determination of 3-trifluoromethyl-4-nitrophenol and 3-trifluoromethyl-4-nitrophenol glucuronide in edible fillet tissue our rainbow trout and channel catfish by solid-phase extraction and liquid chromatography.  Journal of the Association of Official Analytical Chemists International 84:392-398.

Hubert, T. D., J. A. Bernardy, C. Vue, and W. H. Gingerich. 1999.  Uptake, metabolism, and elimination of TFM by fish.  In Xenobiotics in Fish (D. J. Smith, W. H. Gingerich, and M. G. Barconi-Barker, Eds).  Kluwer: New York. 177-187.

Meinertz, J. R. G. R. Stehly, T. D. Hubert, and J. A. Bernardy.  1999.  Liquid chromatographic determination of benzocaine and N-acetylbenzocaine in the edible fillet tissue from rainbow trout.  Journal of Chromatography A. 855:255–260. 


Aquatic Invasive Species

Fishery Management Chemicals

Technical Assistance Provided to the Great Lakes Fishery Commission for Lampricides

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