2 edition of A basic introduction to pollutant fate and transport found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 86 p. :|
|Number of Pages||91|
nodata File Size: 3MB.
Arctic atmospheric contaminants in NE Greenland: Levels, variations, origins, transport, transformations and trends 1990—2001. 3 The Determination of Hardness in a Water Sample 13. Bioremediation of a weathered and a recently oil-contaminated soils from Brazil: A comparison study. How do climate fluctuations affect persistent organic pollutant distribution in North America? Lifestyle related factors and environmental agents causing cancer: An overview.
7 The Toxic Substances Control Act 11. PART II: CHEMISTRY OF FATE AND TRANSPORT MODELING. The potential to integrate environmental with toxicological models provides the next phase of research opportunity and should be used to drive empirical and model assessments.
Approaches to assess the oral bioaccessibility of persistent organic pollutants: A critical review. Enhancing commonly used model predictions for constructed wetland performance: As-built design considerations. This allows for definition of the source regions for air pollution observed in a given area.
The reduction in uncertainties associated with the effects of contaminants on humans, transport and dynamics influencing exposure, implications of adult versus child exposure and lifestyle and the development of realistic toxicological and exposure data are all highlighted as urgent research needs.
Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 9, 1410—1418.
Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 4, 102—108.