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    1. Hovander, L; Malmberg, T; Athanasiadou, M; Athanassiadis, L; Rahm, S; Bergman, A; Wehler, EK
      Identification of hydroxylated PCB metabolites and other phenolic halogenated pollutants in human blood plasma

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    2. Pfeifer, O; Lohmann, U; Ballschmiter, K
      Halogenated methyl-phenyl ethers (anisoles) in the environment: Determination of vapor pressures, aqueous solubilities, Henry's law constants, and gas/water-(K-gw), n-octanol/water-(K-ow) and gas/n-octanol (K-go) partition coefficients

      FRESENIUS JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    3. Hagmar, L; Rylander, L; Dyremark, E; Klasson-Webler, E; Erfurth, EM
      Plasma concentrations of persistent organochlorines in relation to thyrotropin and thyroid hormone levels in women

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
    4. Johansson, E; Ebena, G; Sanden, P; Svensson, T; Oberg, G
      Organic and inorganic chlorine in Swedish spruce forest soil: influence ofnitrogen

      GEODERMA
    5. Porterfield, SP
      Thyroidal dysfunction and environmental chemicals - Potential impact on brain development

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    6. Wolf, M; Riess, M; Heitmann, D; Schreiner, M; Thoma, H; Vierle, O; van Eldik, R
      Application of a purge and trap TDS-GC/MS procedure for the determination of emissions from flame retarded polymers

      CHEMOSPHERE
    7. Niedan, V; Pavasars, I; Oberg, G
      Chloroperoxidase-mediated chlorination of aromatic groups in fulvic acid

      CHEMOSPHERE
    8. Reemtsma, T; Gnirss, R; Jekel, M
      Infiltration of combined sewer overflow and tertiary municipal wastewater:An integrated laboratory and field study on nutrients and dissolved organics

      WATER RESEARCH
    9. Flodin, C; Whitfield, FB
      Brominated anisoles and cresols in the red alga Polysiphonia sphaerocarpa

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    10. Leach, J; Blanch, A; Bianchi, AC
      Volatile organic compounds in an urban airborne environment adjacent to a municipal incinerator, waste collection centre and sewage treatment plant

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    11. Matschullat, J; Scharnweber, T; Garbe-Schonberg, D; Walther, A; Wirth, V
      Epilithic lichen - Atmospheric deposition monitors of trace elements and organohalogens?

      JOURNAL OF THE AIR & WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION
    12. Bottaro, CS; Kiceniuk, JW; Chatt, A
      Spatial distribution of extractable organohalogens in northern pink shrimpin the North Atlantic

      BIOLOGICAL TRACE ELEMENT RESEARCH
    13. Hjelm, O; Johansson, E; Oberg, G
      Production of organically bound halogens by the litter-degrading fungus Lepista nuda

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    14. HENDRIKS AJ; PIETERS H; DEBOER J
      ACCUMULATION OF METALS, POLYCYCLIC (HALOGENATED) AROMATIC-HYDROCARBONS, AND BIOCIDES IN ZEBRA MUSSEL AND EEL FROM THE RHINE AND MEUSE RIVERS

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    15. OBERG G
      CHLORIDE AND ORGANIC CHLORINE IN SOIL

      Acta hydrochimica et hydrobiologica
    16. BIANCHI AP; VARNEY MS
      VOLATILE ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS IN THE SURFACE WATERS OF A BRITISH ESTUARY- PART 1 - OCCURRENCE, DISTRIBUTION AND VARIATION

      Water research
    17. FUHRER U; BALLSCHMITER K
      BROMOCHLOROMETHOXYBENZENES IN THE MARINE TROPOSPHERE OF THE ATLANTIC-OCEAN - A GROUP OF ORGANOHALOGENS WITH MIXED BIOGENIC AND ANTHROPOGENIC ORIGIN

      Environmental science & technology
    18. DEJONG E; FIELD JA
      SULFUR TUFT AND TURKEY TAIL - BIOSYNTHESIS AND BIODEGRADATION OF ORGANOHALOGENS BY BASIDIOMYCETES

      Annual review of microbiology
    19. NIEDAN V; SCHOLER HF
      NATURAL FORMATION OF CHLOROBENZOIC ACIDS (CBA) AND DISTINCTION BETWEEN PCB-DEGRADED CBA

      Chemosphere
    20. SILK PJ; LONERGAN GC; ARSENAULT TL; BOYLE CD
      EVIDENCE OF NATURAL ORGANOCHLORINE FORMATION IN PEAT BOGS

      Chemosphere
    21. OBERG G; BRUNBERG H; HJELM O
      PRODUCTION OF ORGANICALLY-BOUND CHLORINE DURING DEGRADATION OF BIRCH WOOD BY COMMON WHITE-ROT FUNGI

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    22. FLODIN C; JOHANSSON E; BOREN H; GRIMVALL A; DAHLMAN O; MORCK R
      CHLORINATED STRUCTURES IN HIGH-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT ORGANIC-MATTER ISOLATED FROM FRESH AND DECAYING PLANT-MATERIAL AND SOIL

      Environmental science & technology
    23. KANKAANPAA HT; LAUREN MA; SAARES RJ; HEITTO LV; SUURSAAR UK
      DISTRIBUTION OF HALOGENATED ORGANIC MATERIAL IN SEDIMENTS FROM ANTHROPOGENIC AND NATURAL SOURCES IN THE GULF-OF-FINLAND CATCHMENT-AREA

      Environmental science & technology
    24. FUHRER U; DEISSLER A; SCHREITMULLER J; BALLSCHMITER K
      ANALYSIS OF HALOGENATED METHOXYBENZENES AND HEXACHLOROBENZENE (HCB) IN THE PICOGRAM M(-3) RANGE IN MARINE AIR

      Chromatographia
    25. BIERBACH A; BARNES I; BECKER KH
      RATE COEFFICIENTS FOR THE GAS-PHASE REACTIONS OF BROMINE RADICALS WITH A SERIES OF ALKENES, DIENES, AND AROMATIC-HYDROCARBONS AT 298+ -2-K/

      International journal of chemical kinetics
    26. SCHOWANEK D; RACIOPPI F; MATTHIJS E; BOYKO R; GABBA M; BUSCHINI A; GARDINI GP
      QUANTITATIVE IN-SITU MONITORING OF ORGANOHALOGEN COMPOUNDS IN DOMESTIC SEWAGE RESULTING FROM THE USE OF HYPOCHLORITE BLEACH

      Water research
    27. GABRIELIDES GP
      POLLUTION OF THE MEDITERRANEAN-SEA

      Water science and technology
    28. FIELMAN KT; TARGETT NM
      VARIATION OF 2,3,4-TRIBROMOPYRROLE AND ITS SODIUM SULFAMATE SALT IN THE HEMICHORDATE SACCOGLOSSUS-KOWALEVSKII

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    29. SONAWANE BR
      CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS IN HUMAN-MILK - AN OVERVIEW

      Environmental health perspectives
    30. DEGUISE S; MARTINEAU D; BELAND P; FOURNIER M
      POSSIBLE MECHANISMS OF ACTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS ON ST-LAWRENCE BELUGA WHALES (DELPHINAPTERUS-LEUCAS)

      Environmental health perspectives
    31. SWINDLEHURST RJ; JOHNSTON PA; TRONDLE S; STRINGER RL; STEPHENSON AD; STONE IM
      REGULATION OF TOXIC-CHEMICALS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN - THE NEED FOR AN ADEQUATE STRATEGY

      Science of the total environment
    32. HOEKSTRA EJ; DELEER EWB
      AOX LEVELS IN THE RIVER RHINE - 50 PERCENT OF NATURAL ORIGIN

      Water science and technology
    33. OLSSON M; KARLSSON B; AHNLAND E
      DISEASES AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS IN SEALS FROM THE BALTIC AND THE SWEDISH WEST-COAST

      Science of the total environment
    34. MOHNKE M; BUIJTEN J
      TRACE ANALYSIS OF VOLATILE HALOGENATED HYDROCARBONS IN WATER

      Chromatographia


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