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Larry J. Gordon Papers

Larry J. Gordon Publications

  1. Gordon LJ. Sanitarians' filing systems. Sanitation Newsletter 1952 Sep 15;1(6):[1 p.]
  2. Gordon LJ. Cross-connections. Sanitation Newsletter 1953 Jun;2(4):[1 p.].
  3. Gordon LJ. Water-you can't tell by the looks. Sanitation Newsletter 1955 May;2(3):[1 p.].
  4. Gordon LJ. Food-borne illnesses. The New Mexico Sanitarian 1956 Mar;2(3):[1 p.].
  5. Gordon LJ. Food infections. The New Mexico Sanitarian 1956 Apr;2(4):[1 p.].
  6. Gordon LJ. Food infections. The New Mexico Sanitarian 1956 May;2(5):[1 p.].
  7. Gordon LJ. Healthful living as a part of our changing responsibilities in public health. The New Mexico Sanitarian 1956 Jul;2(7):[1 p.].
  8. Gordon LJ. Economical in-service training for sanitarians. American City Magazine 1956 Oct:[1 p.].
  9. Gordon LJ. Problems facing New Mexican sanitarians. The New Mexico Sanitarian 1960 Jul-Aug:[1 p.].
  10. Gordon LJ. Environmental public health and its complexities. The New Mexico Sanitarian 1960 Nov-Dec:[1 p.].
  11. Gordon LJ. Responsibility and action in food worker training [editorial]. Health Officers News Digest 1960 Oct;26(10):[1 p.].
  12. Gordon LJ. Honor consumer trust. The New Mexico Sanitarian 1961 Jan-Feb:[1 p.].
  13. Gordon LJ. Sanitarian Report. Restaurant Management 1961 Feb:[1 p.].
  14. Gordon LJ. Flies, poultry farms and suburbia. Environmental Health, New Mexico Association of Public Health Sanitarians 1961 May-Jun:[1 p.].
  15. Gordon LJ. Man and his changing environment. Environmental Health New Mexico Association of Public Health Sanitarians 1961 Nov-Dec:[1 p.].
  16. Gordon LJ, Davis TA, Striffler DF, York PK. Exposure from dental x- ray units in New Mexico. New Mexico Dental Association Journal 1963 May:[p. 1].
  17. Gordon LJ, York PK. The air pollution problem in Albuquerque. New Mexico Professional Engineer June 1963;15(6):12-13, 18, 20-21, 27.
  18. Gordon LJ. Justified expense. Health Officers News Digest 1964 Feb-Mar;30(2-3):[ 1 p.].
  19. Gordon LJ. Who's responsible [editorial]? Health Officers News Digest 1964 Jun;30(6):[ 3 p.].
  20. Gordon LJ. Sanitarian training. Environmental Health, New Mexico Association of Public Health 1964 Sep-Oct:[1 p.].
  21. Gordon LJ. Comments on environmental health programs of metropolitan areas. Journal of Environmental Health 1967 Jul-Aug;30(1):71-74.
  22. Gordon LJ. Public health anomalies. Health Officers News Digest 1965 Jul-Aug;21:[1 p.].
  23. Gordon LJ. Sanitary facilities and controls. Chain Store Age for Restaurant Executives 1966 Dec;42(12):[2 p.].
  24. Gordon LJ. Comments on environmental health programs of metropolitan areas. Journal of Environmental Health 1967 Jul-Aug;30(1):71-74.
  25. Gordon LJ. Environmental health planning - theory or practice? Newsletter, Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators 1968 Jun:[2 p.].
  26. Gordon LJ. Environmental health planning- theory or practice? Archives of Environmental Health 1969 Feb;18:298-300.
  27. Gordon LJ. Principles of environmental health planning. Archives of Environmental Health 1969 Jan;18:[1 p.].
  28. Gordon LJ. Environmental health planning - theory or practice? Archives of Environmental Health 1969 Jan:269-300.
  29. Gordon LJ. A statement on the quality of our environment. New Mexico Wildlife 1969 Jul-Aug;14(3):[2 p.].
  30. Gordon LJ. Environmental engineering - a fable. The California Sanitarian 1969 Jul-Aug;7(4):[4 p.].
  31. Gordon LJ. Environmentalists must be aggressive, creative. Journal of Environmental Health 1969 Sep-Oct;32(2):[5 p.].
  32. Gordon LJ. Why environmental health. Environment News Digest 1969 Sep-Oct:[1 p.].
  33. Gordon LJ. A statement on the quality of our environment. New Mexico Wildlife 1969.
  34. Gordon LJ. Here’s to your health. Albuquerque Progress 1959 Sept-Oct;26(4):1-11. (Publication of the Albuquerque National Bank.)
  35. Gordon LJ. Why environmental health? Environment News Digest 1969 Sep-Oct:[1 p.].
  36. Gordon LJ. Comprehensive system for environmental management. In: Proceedings of the Conference on Man's Health in a Changing Arctic Environment; 1970 May 12-14; Fairbanks, AK. PHS-HEW.
  37. Gordon LJ. Health hazards associated with products consumed or used. In: Proceedings of the Regional Collegiate Workshop on Health Aspects of Environmental Pollution; 1970 May 29-Jun 1; Gull Lake, MN. US PHS Consumer Protection and Environmental Health Services Administration HEW.
  38. Gordon LJ. Unification for action needed for environmental management. Journal of Environmental Health 1970 Sep-Oct;33(2):160-162.
  39. Gordon LJ. Problems related to environmental manpower production and utilization. Newsletter, Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators 1971 Sep:[6 p].
  40. Gordon LJ. Public relations in public health. Environment News Digest 1971 Jan-Feb;37(1):[ 1 p.].
  41. Gordon LJ. Environmentalist in whole and in part. Environment News Digest 1971 May-Jun;38(3):[1 p.].
  42. Gordon LJ. Eco-Memo: New Mexico. Environment News Digest 1971 May-Jun; 38(3):4-16.
  43. Gordon LJ. Environmental improvement agency program guide. Santa Fe: New Mexico Environmental Improvement Agency; 1972. 103 p.
  44. Gordon LJ. Position paper on behalf of the New Mexico Environmental Improvement Agency. New Mexico Academy of Science Bulletin 1972 Jun;13(1):17-19.
  45. Gordon LJ. [letter]. Environment News Digest 1973 Feb;39(1):[1 p.].
  46. Gordon LJ. Approaches to effective reorganization. Journal of Environmental Health 1974 Jan-Feb;36(4):371-374.
  47. Gordon LJ. Random reflections. Environment News Digest 1974 May-Jun;11(3):[1 p.].
  48. Gordon LJ. Fanatical environmentalists. Newsletter, Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators 1974 Jun:3-5.
  49. Gordon LJ. What's wrong with environmental health? Environment News Digest 1975 Jan-Feb:4-17.
  50. Gordon LJ. What’s wrong with…environmental health? …public health? Environmental News 1976 Jan-Feb:4, 21, 17.
  51. Gordon LJ. We can't have an economy without an environment [editorial]. Journal of Environmental Health 1975 Nov-Dec;39(3):[1 p.].
  52. Gordon LJ. Effective managers use personnel and resources to get the job done. Journal of Environmental Health 1976 Mar-Apr;38(5):251-252.
  53. Gordon LJ. Leadership in environmental health [editorial]. Journal of Environmental Health 1976 Jan-Feb;38(4):269.
  54. Gordon LJ. Question on methodology [editorial]. Journal of Environmental Health 1976 Jan-Feb;38(4):269.
  55. Gordon LJ. Status quo? [editorial]. Journal of Environmental Health 1976 Mar-Apr;38(5):354.
  56. Gordon LJ. We can't have an economy without an environment [editorial]. Journal of Environmental Health 1975 Nov-Dec;39(3):[1 p.].
  57. Gordon LJ. We can’t have an economy without an environment. Journal of Environmental Health 1975 Nov-Dec;38(3).
  58. Gordon LJ. Food protection: mission, goal, methodology [editorial]. Journal of Environmental Health 1976 Mar-Apr;38(5):354.
  59. Gordon LJ. Organization of environmental programs at the state level. Journal of Milk & Food Technology 1976 May;39(5):370-375.
  60. Gordon LJ. Environmental epidemiologist needed [editorial]. Journal of Environmental Health 1976 May-Jun;38(6):419.
  61. Gordon LJ. Pride in Achievement. Journal of Environmental Health 1976 May-Jun:419.
  62. Gordon LJ. Growth and Environmental Quality. Journal of Environmental Health 1976 May-Jun;38(6):396-398.
  63. Gordon LJ. Planning: an essential tool [editorial]. Journal of Environmental Health 1976 Jul-Aug;38(70):63.
  64. Gordon LJ. Health bill of rights. New Mexico Health Bulletin 1976 Oct;1(2):2.
  65. Gordon LJ, Wolff TA. Radioactive wastes and our future [editorial]. Journal of Environmental Health 1976 Sep-Oct;39(2):138.
  66. Gordon LJ, Hargis KM. No significant deterioration: an essential tool for long-term environmental protection [editorial]. Journal of Environmental Health 1976 Nov-Dec;39(3):138-140.
  67. Gordon LJ. Reorganizing federal health programs [editorial]. Journal of Environmental Health 1976 Nov-Dec;39(3):242.
  68. Gordon LJ. Managerial concepts regarding environmental agencies. Quarterly Bulletin of the Association of Food & Drug Officials 1977 Jan;41(1):35-42.
  69. Gordon LJ. Population: the real priority [editorial]. Journal of Environmental Health 1977 Jan-Feb;39(4):282.
  70. Gordon LJ. Mission impossible [editorial]. Journal of Environmental Health 1977 May-Jun;39(5):336.
  71. Gordon LJ. Public information [editorial]. Journal of Environmental Health 1977 39(5):184.
  72. Gordon LJ. Consumer protection vs. special interests. Newsletter, Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators 1977 Jul:5-8.
  73. Gordon LJ. Approaches to effective reorganization. Newsletter, Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators 1977 Jul:8-18.
  74. Gordon LJ. Unified planning in a public health agency [editorial]. Environment New Digest 1977 May-Jun;43(3):16-20.
  75. Gordon LJ. We cough with forked tongue [editorial]. Journal of Environmental Health 1977 Jul-Aug;40(1):17.
  76. Gordon LJ. Viewpoint - state official examines priorities. New Mexico Tumor Registry Newsletter 1978 Jul;7(2):7.
  77. Gordon LJ. Environmental health - an idea whose time has come. Environment News Digest 1978 Nov-Dec:[1 p.].
  78. Gordon LJ. Environmental health - an idea whose time has come. Newsletter, Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators 1978 Dec;1(4):[p 1.].
  79. Gordon LJ. Planning and management of environmental health programs. Newsletter, Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators 1978 Dec;1(4):4-8.
  80. Gordon LJ. Environmental health: everybody's responsibility [keynote address]. In: Proceedings of the American Medical Association Conference; 1978 Nov; Chicago IL. American Medical Association; 1979. p. 20-27.
  81. Gordon LJ. Program organization and management [newsletter]. Washington State Environmental Health Association 1979 Oct 28:3-8.
  82. Gordon LJ. Management in the public sector. Environment News Digest 1979 Nov-Dec;45(5):18-19.
  83. Gordon LJ. New Mexico efforts in prevention. In: Proceedings of the Governor's Conference on Disease Prevention and Health Promotion; 1980 Jul 31-Aug 1; Albuquerque, NM. [p 1.]
  84. Gordon LJ. President's Column. The Nation's Health 1980 Nov;10(11):2.
  85. Gordon LJ. President’s Column: On encouraging section activity. The Nation’s Health 1980 Dec;10(12).
  86. Gordon LJ. President's Column. The Nation's Health 1981 Jan;11(1):2.
  87. Gordon LJ. Health issues and the population problem. In: Leadership Conference on Population, Resources and Environment; 1981 Jan; Washington, D. C. p. 1-8.
  88. Gordon LJ. Sanitarian: a title or a profession [editorial]? Journal of Environmental Health 1981 Jan-Feb;43(4):168.
  89. Gordon LJ. Disease prevention and health promotion. Environmental News Digest 1981 Jan-Feb;47(1):4-7.
  90. Gordon LJ. President's Column. The Nation's Health 1981 Apr;11(4):2.
  91. Gordon LJ. A separate federal department of health: environmental health and other prevention considerations. Journal of Environmental Health 1981 Mar-Apr;43(5):263-264.
  92. Gordon LJ. President's Column. The Nation's Health 1981 May;11(5):2.
  93. Gordon LJ. President's Column. The Nation's Health 1981 Jun;11(6):2.
  94. Gordon LJ. EPA in transition [editorial]. Journal of Public Health Policy 1981 Jun;2(2):95-97.
  95. Gordon LJ. President's Column. The Nation's Health 1981 Jul;11(7):[1 p.].
  96. Gordon LJ. President's Column. The Nation's Health 1981 Aug;11(8):2.
  97. Gordon LJ. President's Column. The Nation's Health 1981 Sep;11(9):2.
  98. Gordon LJ. President's Column: A look back at the 1981 Presidency. The Nation's Health 1981 Oct;11(9):2.
  99. Gordon LJ. A separate federal Department of Health: environmental health and other prevention issues. Journal of Environmental Health 1981 Mar-Apr:263-264.
  100. Gordon LJ. A separate federal Department of Health: environmental health and other prevention issues. Journal of Public Health Policy 1981 Sep;2(3):256-260.
  101. Gordon LJ. Environmental health personnel and program priorities for the eighties. Newsletter, Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators 1981 Nov:3-12.
  102. Gordon LJ. Industry's role in disease prevention. Environment News Digest 1981 Nov-Dec;48(6):15-17.
  103. Gordon LJ. Popullution [1981 APHA Presidential Address]. American Journal of Public Health 1982 Apr;72(4):341-346.
  104. Gordon LJ. Clean air: a right or a luxury? Journal of Public Health Policy 1982. Sep;3(3):241-243.
  105. Gordon LJ. Guide to the role of local health officials in the local management of hazardous waste. Washington, D.C.: American Public Health Association; 1982. 63 p.
  106. Gordon LJ. The environment. Church and Society 1984 Jan-Feb;75(3):44-45.
  107. Gordon LJ. Another state’s perspective. In: The report: Louisiana, a clean state? An environmental health forum. 1983 Sep 30. American Lung Association of Louisiana. 1984. p. 52-65.
  108. Gordon LJ. Guide to the role of local heath officials in the local management of hazardous waste. American Public Health Association; 1983. 63 p.
  109. Gordon LJ. Skills/roles required of personnel dealing with quick response situations. Newsletter, Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators 1986 Sep;8(2):7-9.
  110. Gordon LJ. Parting thoughts. Environment News Digest 1988 Fall:11.
  111. Gordon LJ. The myth of modern medicine. Food Protection Inside Report 1988 Mar:2A
  112. Gordon LJ. Evaluating the environmental health work force [keynote address]. Washington, D.C.: United States Public Health Service; 1988. HRSA Contract No. 240-86-0076. p. 36-43.
  113. Gordon LJ. An adequate environmental health workforce. American Public Health Association Environment Section Newsletter 1989 Spring:3-4.
  114. Gordon LJ. No use in closing the barn door now. Journal of Environmental Health 1989 Jan-Feb;51(3):137-138.
  115. Gordon LJ. The risk of inadequate risk communication. Newsletter, National Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators 1989 May;12(1):13-14.
  116. Gordon LJ. Risk communication and environmental health priorities. Journal of Environmental Health 1989 Sep-Oct;52(2):134.
  117. Gordon LJ. Who will manage the environment [editorial]. American Journal of Pubic Health 1990 Aug;80(8):904-905.
  118. Gordon LJ. Year 2000 education plan for environmental health science and protection professionals. Bureau of Health Professions; 1991. 60 p.
  119. Gordon LJ. Reaching the environmental health objectives [editorial]. Journal of Public Health Policy 1991 Spring;12(1):5-9.
  120. Gordon LJ. Challenges for the environmental work force. Environment News Digest 1991 Fall:8-14.
  121. Gordon LJ. Incorporating public health perspective into environmental policy. Newsletter, National Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators 1992 Spring:3.
  122. Gordon LJ. Health care access and health care costs. Newsletter, National Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators 1992 Spring:12-14.
  123. Gordon LJ, McFarlane DR. Teaching health policy and politics in U.S. schools of public health. Journal of Public Health Policy 1992 Winter;13(4):[1 p.].
  124. Gordon LJ, Davis T, Powitz R, Roberts R, Stern B, Treser C, Wiant C. The future of environmental health: part one. Journal of Environmental Health 1993 Jan-Feb; 55(4):28-32.
  125. Gordon LJ, Davis T, Powitz R, Roberts R, Stern B, Treser C, Wiant C. The future of environmental health: part two. Journal of Environmental Health 1993 Mar;55(5):42-45.
  126. Gordon LJ. Memo to Richard G. Darman, USOMB, Oct. 1, 1991, re: health care access and health care costs. Newsletter, National Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators 1992 Spring:12-14.
  127. Gordon LJ. Does public health still include environmental health and protection? Journal of Public Health Policy 1992 Winter:407-411.
  128. Gordon LJ. Dear EPA Administrator. Environment News Digest 1993 Spring;40(1)13-15.
  129. Gordon LJ. Improving the year 2000 objectives. Health and Environment Digest 1993 Apr;7(1):4-5.
  130. Gordon LJ. [letter to Administrator]. Health Resources and Services Administration, USPHS. American Public Health Association Section on Environment Newsletter 1993 Spring:4-5.
  131. Gordon LJ. Project Transition - Letter to American Public Health Association. American Public Health Association Section on Environment Newsletter 1993 Spring:5.
  132. Gordon LJ. Letter to Chair, President Clinton's Transition Team for Environment. American Public Health Association Section on Environment Newsletter 1993 Spring:6-7.
  133. Gordon LJ. Letter to U. S. Representative Henry A. Waxman. American Public Health Association Section on Environment Newsletter 1993 Spring:8.
  134. Gordon LJ. Letter to President Bill Clinton. American Public Health Association Section on Environment Newsletter 1993 Spring:8-9.
  135. Gordon LJ. Letter to Administrator, U. S. Environmental Protection Agency. American Public Health Association Section on Environment Newsletter 1993 Spring:9-10.
  136. Gordon LJ. Public health is more important than health care. Journal of Public Health Policy 1993 Autumn;14(3):261-264.
  137. Gordon LJ. The future of environmental health, and the need for public health leadership. American Public Health Association Section on Environment Newsletter 1993 Fall:6-8).
  138. Environmental health and protection adventures [monograph online]. National Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators; 1994.
  139. Gordon LJ. The future of environmental health, and the need for public health leadership. Journal of Environmental Health 1993 Dec;56(5):38-40.
  140. Gordon LJ. Public health is more important than health care. Bulletin, South Carolina Public Health Association 1994 Mar;30:8.
  141. Gordon LJ. Public health: a blurred vision. Environmental News Digest 1994 Spring;61(1):8-11.
  142. Gordon LJ. Public health: a blurred vision. Conference of Emeritus Members of the APHA Newsletter 1994 Summer;8(2):2-8.
  143. Gordon LJ. What they don't teach in MPA classrooms. Public Administration Times 1994 Aug 1;17(8):7-20.
  144. Gordon LJ. The future of environmental health. North Carolina Public Health Forum 1994 Winter;3(1):8-11.
  145. Gordon LJ. Public health and health care reform. The Health Advocate-Newsletter of the Maine Public Health Association 1994 Winter;8(3):4.
  146. Gordon LJ. An overview of the history of environmental health and protection in Albuquerque and New Mexico. Newsletter, National Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators 1994 Winter:12-17.
  147. Gordon LJ. The future of environmental health and the need for public health leadership. Newsletter, National Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators 1994 Winter:20-23.
  148. Gordon LJ. Food protection: the mission may be hazardous to your health. Journal of Public Health Policy 1994 Winter;15(4):94-96.
  149. Gordon LJ. Environmental health and protection: century 21 challenges. Journal of Environmental Health 1995 67(6):28-34.
  150. Gordon LJ. Schools of public and environmental health. Newsletter, National Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators 1995 Winter:10.
    Gordon LJ. Public health in an era of change. Newsletter, National Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators 1995 Winter:19-25.
  151. Gordon LJ. McGraw-Hill yearbook of science and technology. New York: McGraw-Hill Professional Book Group; 1995. Risk analysis; 357-359.
  152. Gordon LJ. The rise and demise of public health leadership. Environmental News Digest 1995-96 Winter:4-13.
  153. Gordon LJ. Public service: the good, the bad, and the ugly. 1996 Spring; 17(1):58-69.
  154. Gordon LJ, McFarlane DR. Public health practitioner incubation plight: following the money trail. Journal of Public Health Policy 1996 17(1):[1 p.].
  155. Gordon LJ. Environmental health and protection: building bridges across other public health agencies. ACCESS Reports of the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials 1996 May-Jun;4(4):1-4.
  156. Keck and Scutchfield, editors. Principles of public health practice. Delmar Publishers; 1997. Environmental health and protection; 300-317.
  157. Morgan, Monroe T. Environmental health. Morton Publishing Co.; 1997. Principles of environmental health administration; 273-288.
  158. Gordon LJ. Public service: the good, the bad, and the ugly. North Carolina Public Health FORUM 1997 Winter;6(1):13-16.
  159. Gordon LJ. [response to an e-mail]. Newsletter, National Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators 1997 Winter:14.
  160. Gordon LJ. Enhancing the good, abolishing the bad and the ugly. Newsletter, National Conference of Environmental Health Administrators 1997 Winter:22-25
  161. Gordon LJ. Leading change or being left behind. Newsletter, National Conference of Environmental Health Administrators 1997 Winter:5-10
  162. Gordon LJ. Public health and the environment: floundering partners. Journal of Environmental Health 1998 Jul-Aug;61(1):32-33, 57.
  163. Gordon LJ, Shalauta NM, Burke TA, Tran NL. An examination of the educational needs for environmental health and protection. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration; 1998. Report No.: PHS-103HR9610317P.
  164. Gordon LJ. HRSA Reports: an aroma of issues and possibilities. National Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators Newsletter 1999 Winter:16-19, 35-37.
  165. Gordon LJ. The organizational wonderland of environmental health. Journal of Public Health Policy 1999 20(1):5-12.
  166. Gordon LJ. A check list for environmental health leadership. Environmental and Public Health Insights 1999 Spring;3(1):1-3.
  167. Gordon LJ. The HRSA Reports: an aroma of issues and possibilities. Planning for the future. Rockville (MD): U.S Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration; 1999 Aug. HRSA Contract No.: 98-0009(P). p. 76-81.
  168. Gordon LJ. From nuclear bombs to food safety: a personal odyssey. Journal of Public Health Policy 1999 20(4):389-393.
  169. Shalauta NM, Burke TA, Gordon LJ, Stern BS, Tran NL. An examination of the educational needs for environmental health and protection. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 1999 Nov;5(6):1-12.
  170. Gordon LJ. Two roads diverged --, and that has made all the difference [conference summary]. In: Improving environmental health curricula and practice at schools of public health. Association of Schools of Public Health; 2000 Jun; Washington, DC. p. 16-20.
  171. Gordon LJ. They will beat their swords into plowshares: from nuclear devices to food safety. In: Environmental health food safety workshop, final report. National Environmental Health Science and Protection Accreditation Council. 2001 Feb 15.
  172. Gordon LJ. The Art of Environmental Health Practice. California Environmental Health Association Bulletin, Fall 2007; Volume 6, Issue 3; pp. 7-8, 12-13.

Other Publications

  1. Larry Gordon Is Called A ‘Prophet of Change.’ The Albuquerque Tribune. 1969 May 10.
  2. HSS director among Washington planners. The New Mexican. 1970 Mar 4.
  3. Gordon to chair committee. The New Mexican. 1971 Mar 3.
  4. Hoffman, Will. ESD an agency with never-ending task. The New Mexican. 1971 Apr: A7.
  5. Fritze, David. Environment discussed at OCCE symposium. The Oklahoma Daily. 1973 Feb 27; 59(113).
  6. Symons, Bill. Health Programs Cutbacks Attacked. The Denver Post. 1981 Jun.
  7. Environmental ills need focus. The Tribune-Star. 1990 Apr 20.
  8. Campus News. The University of New Mexico Daily Lobo. 1994 May 6.
  9. Serna Awards 1994. Natural Resources and Environmental Administration. 1994: 11.
  10. Alumni News. The Biological Society of New Mexico. 1994 Dec: 12.
  11. Larry Gordon Presented with Outstanding Alumni Award. Michigan Alumnus Magazine. 1996 Spring-Summer: 42.
  12. Hartley A. Larry J. Gordon Visionary Strives for Ecological Awareness. New Mexico Magazine 2006 May: 25-26
  13. Berg R. Profiles in Leadership, Part II: The 15 Faces of Environmental Health Leadership. Journal of Environmental Health 2007 Jan-Feb;69(6): 55-75.