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    1. Anderson, KA; Johnson, E
      Bioavailable organochlorine pesticides in a semi-arid region of Eastern Oregon, USA, as determined by gas chromatography with electron-capture detection

      JOURNAL OF AOAC INTERNATIONAL
    2. Vrana, B; Paschke, A; Popp, P; Schuurmann, G
      Use of semipermeable membrane devices (SPMDs) - Determination of bioavailable, organic, waterborne contaminants in the industrial region of Bitterfeld, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLLUTION RESEARCH
    3. Muller, JF; Manomanii, K; Mortimer, MR; McLachlan, MS
      Partitioning of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the polyethylene/watersystem

      FRESENIUS JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    4. McCarthy, KA; Gale, RW
      Evaluation of persistent hydrophobic organic compounds in the Columbia River Basin using semipermeable-membrane devices

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    5. Baussant, T; Sanni, S; Jonsson, G; Skadsheim, A; Borseth, JF
      Bioaccumulation of polycyclic aromatic compounds: 1. Bioconcentration in two marine species and in semipermeable membrane devices during chronic exposure to dispersed crude oil

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    6. Van Zwieten, L; Ahmad, N; Marolt, RS; Ayres, M; Morris, S
      Determination of DDT and its metabolites in cattle dip soil available in aqueous phase after remediation

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART B-PESTICIDES FOOD CONTAMINANTS AND AGRICULTURAL WASTES
    7. Wilcockson, JB; Gobas, FAP
      Thin-film solid-phase extraction to measure fugacities of organic chemicals with low volatility in biological samples

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    8. Kalantzi, OI; Alcock, RE; Johnston, PA; Santillo, D; Stringer, RL; Thomas, GO; Jones, KC
      The global distribution of PCBs and organochlorine pesticides in butter

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    9. Hess, P; Wells, DE
      Evaluation of dialysis as a technique for the removal of lipids prior to the GC determination of ortho- and non-ortho-chlorobiphenyls, using C-14-labelled congeners

      ANALYST
    10. Kingston, JK; Greenwood, R; Mills, GA; Morrison, GM; Persson, LB
      Development of a novel passive sampling system for the time-averaged measurement of a range of organic pollutants in aquatic environments

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING
    11. Muller, JF; Hawker, DW; Connell, DW; Komp, P; McLachlan, MS
      Passive sampling of atmospheric SOCs using tristearin-coated fibreglass sheets

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    12. Caslavsky, J; Zdrahal, Z; Vytopilova, M
      Application of SPMDs for PAH sampling in the DEZA chemical factory

      POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC COMPOUNDS
    13. Whyte, JJ; Karrow, NA; Boermans, HJ; Dixon, DG; Bols, NC
      Combined methodologies for measuring exposure of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in creosote contaminated microcosms

      POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC COMPOUNDS
    14. Leonard, AW; Hyne, RV; Lim, RP; Pablo, F; Van den Brink, PJ
      Riverine endosulfan concentrations in the Namoi River, Australia: Link to cotton field runoff and macroinvertebrate population densities

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    15. Bennett, ER; Metcalfe, CD
      Distribution of degradation products of alkylphenol ethoxylates near sewage treatment plants in the lower Great Lakes, North America

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    16. McCarthy, JF; Southworth, GR; Ham, KD; Palmer, JA
      Time-integrated, flux-based monitoring using semipermeable membrane devices to estimate the contribution of industrial facilities to regional polychlorinated biphenyl budgets

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    17. Metcalfe, TL; Metcalfe, CD; Bennett, ER; Haffner, GD
      Distribution of toxic organic contaminants in water and sediments in the Detroit river

      JOURNAL OF GREAT LAKES RESEARCH
    18. Awata, H; Cobb, GP; Anderson, TA
      A chemical test for determining biological availability of aged chemicals in soil

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    19. Rantalainen, AL; Crewe, NF; Ikonomou, MG
      Comparison of three techniques for lipid removal from seal blubber: Gel permeation, acid treatment, and dialysis with semipermeable membrane

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    20. Sabaliunas, D; Lazutka, JR; Sabaliuniene, I
      Acute toxicity and genotoxicity of aquatic hydrophobic pollutants sampled with semipermeable membrane devices

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    21. Krupa, SV; Legge, AH
      Passive sampling of ambient, gaseous air pollutants: an assessment from anecological perspective

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    22. Kot, A; Zabiegala, B; Namiesnik, J
      Passive sampling for long-term monitoring of organic pollutants in water

      TRAC-TRENDS IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    23. Norrgren, L; Pettersson, U; Orn, S; Bergqvist, PA
      Environmental monitoring of the Kafue River, located in the Copperbelt, Zambia

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    24. Stuer-Lauridsen, F; Kjolholt, J
      Identification of selected hydrophobic organic contaminants in wastewater with semipermeable membrane devices (SPMDS)

      WATER RESEARCH
    25. Haynes, D; Michalek-Wagner, K
      Water quality in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area: Past perspectives, current issues and new research directions

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    26. Mayer, P; Vaes, WHJ; Wijnker, F; Legierse, KCHM; Kraaij, RH; Tolls, J; Hermens, JLM
      Sensing dissolved sediment porewater concentrations of persistent and bioaccumulative pollutants using disposable solid-phase microextraction fibers

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    27. Zabiegala, B; Kot, A; Namiesnik, J
      Long-term monitoring of organic pollutants in water - Application of passive dosimetry

      CHEMIA ANALITYCZNA
    28. Zabiegala, B; Zygmunt, B; Przyk, E; Namiesnik, J
      Applicability of silicone membrane passive samplers for monitoring of indoor air quality

      ANALYTICAL LETTERS
    29. Petty, JD; Orazio, CE; Huckins, JN; Gale, RW; Lebo, JA; Meadows, JC; Echols, KR; Cranor, WL
      Considerations involved with the use of semipermeable membrane devices formonitoring environmental contaminants

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A
    30. Chambers, DB
      Semipermeable membrane devices used to estimate bioconcentration of polychlorinated biphenyls

      Journal of the american water resources association
    31. Franke, S; Meyer, C; Heinzel, N; Gatermann, R; Huhnerfuss, H; Rimkus, G; Konig, WA; Francke, W
      Enantiomeric composition of the polycyclic musks HHCB and AHTN in different aquatic species

      CHIRALITY
    32. Axelman, J; Naes, K; Naf, C; Broman, D
      Accumulation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in semipermeable membranedevices and caged mussels (Mytilus edulis L.) in relation to water column phase distribution

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    33. Villeneuve, JY; Niimi, AJ; Metcalfe, CD
      Distribution and bioaccumulation of chlorinated diphenyl ethers in a contaminated embayment of Lake Ontario

      JOURNAL OF GREAT LAKES RESEARCH
    34. Liu, HT; Wang, QZ; Zhou, WF
      Reconsideration of some fundamental aspects of anodic Pb(II) films on leadand its alloys in sulfuric acid solution

      JOURNAL OF POWER SOURCES
    35. Ahmad, N; Bugueno, G; Guo, L; Marolt, R
      Determination of organochlorine and organophosphate pesticide residues in fruits, vegetables and sediments

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART B-PESTICIDES FOOD CONTAMINANTS AND AGRICULTURAL WASTES
    36. Sabaliunas, D; Ellington, J; Sabaliuniene, I
      Screening bioavailable hydrophobic toxicants in surface waters with semipermeable membrane devices: Role of inherent oleic acid in toxicity evaluations

      ECOTOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY
    37. Lebo, JA; Huckins, JN; Petty, JD; Ho, KT
      Removal of organic contaminant toxicity from sediments - Early work towarddevelopment of a toxicity identification evaluation (TIE) method

      CHEMOSPHERE
    38. Bergqvist, PA; Strandberg, B; Rappe, C
      Lipid removal using semipermeable membranes (SPMs) in PCDD and PCDF analysis of fat-rich environmental samples

      CHEMOSPHERE
    39. Utvik, TIR; Durell, GS; Johnsen, S
      Determining produced water originating polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons inNorth Sea waters: Comparison of sampling techniques

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    40. Utvik, TIR; Johnsen, S
      Bioavailability of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the North Sea

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    41. Parrott, JL; Backus, SM; Borgmann, AI; Swyripa, M
      The use of semipermeable membrane devices to concentrate chemicals in oil refinery effluent on the Mackenzie River

      ARCTIC
    42. Irisawa, Y; Ohdaira, E; Masuzawa, N; Ide, M
      Suppression of ultrasonic cavitation in the speed-up of permeability of semipermeable membrane

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PART 1-REGULAR PAPERS SHORT NOTES & REVIEW PAPERS
    43. SABALIUNAS D; LAZUTKA J; SABALIUNIENE I; SODERGREN A
      USE OF SEMIPERMEABLE-MEMBRANE DEVICES FOR STUDYING EFFECTS OF ORGANICPOLLUTANTS - COMPARISON OF PESTICIDE UPTAKE BY SEMIPERMEABLE-MEMBRANEDEVICES AND MUSSELS

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    44. KOISTINEN J; SOIMASUO M; TUKIA K; OIKARI A; BLANKENSHIP A; GIESY JP
      INDUCTION OF EROD ACTIVITY IN HEPA-1 MOUSE HEPATOMA-CELLS AND ESTROGENICITY IN MCF-7 HUMAN BREAST-CANCER CELLS BY EXTRACTS OF PULP-MILL EFFLUENTS, SLUDGE, AND SEDIMENT EXPOSED TO EFFLUENTS

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    45. BOOIJ K; SLEIDERINK HM; SMEDES F
      CALIBRATING THE UPTAKE KINETICS OF SEMIPERMEABLE-MEMBRANE DEVICES USING EXPOSURE STANDARDS

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    46. Sabik, H
      Graphitized carbon black cartridges for monitoring polar pesticides in large volumes of surface water

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    47. KOISTINEN J; LEHTONEN M; TUKIA K; SOIMASUO M; LAHTIPERA M; OIKARI A
      IDENTIFICATION OF LIPOPHILIC POLLUTANTS DISCHARGED FROM A FINNISH PULP AND PAPER-MILL

      Chemosphere
    48. GROSZKO W; MOORE RM
      A SEMIPERMEABLE-MEMBRANE EQUILIBRATOR FOR HALOMETHANES IN SEAWATER

      Chemosphere
    49. DEVITT EC; DUCELLIER F; COTE P; WIESNER MR
      EFFECTS OF NATURAL ORGANIC-MATTER AND THE RAW WATER MATRIX ON THE REJECTION OF ATRAZINE BY PRESSURE-DRIVEN MEMBRANES

      Water research (Oxford)
    50. PETTY JD; POULTON BC; CHARBONNEAU CS; HUCKINS JN; JONES SB; CAMERON JT; PREST HF
      DETERMINATION OF BIOAVAILABLE CONTAMINANTS IN THE LOWER MISSOURI RIVER FOLLOWING THE FLOOD OF 1993

      Environmental science & technology
    51. Macrae, JD; Hall, KJ
      Comparison of methods used to determine the availability of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in marine sediment

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    52. SABIK H; JEANNOT R
      DETERMINATION OF ORGANONITROGEN PESTICIDES IN LARGE VOLUMES OF SURFACE-WATER BY LIQUID-LIQUID AND SOLID-PHASE EXTRACTION USING GAS-CHROMATOGRAPHY WITH NITROGEN-PHOSPHORUS DETECTION AND LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY WITH ATMOSPHERIC-PRESSURE CHEMICAL-IONIZATION MASS-SPECTROMETRY

      Journal of chromatography
    53. YAMAGUCHI R; OHDAIRA E; MASUZAWA N; IDE M
      DEPENDENCE OF PERMEABILITY OF SEMIPERMEABLE MEMBRANES ON FREQUENCY OFULTRASONIC IRRADIATION

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PART 1-REGULAR PAPERS SHORT NOTES & REVIEW PAPERS
    54. VANLOON WMGM; VERWOERD ME; WIJNKER FG; VANLEEUWEN CJ; VANDUYN P; VANDEGUCHTE C; HERMENS JLM
      ESTIMATING TOTAL-BODY RESIDUES AND BASE-LINE TOXICITY OF COMPLEX ORGANIC MIXTURES IN EFFLUENTS AND SURFACE WATERS

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    55. VILLENEUVE DL; CRUNKILTON RL; DEVITA WM
      ARYL-HYDROCARBON RECEPTOR-MEDIATED TOXIC POTENCY OF DISSOLVED LIPOPHILIC ORGANIC CONTAMINANTS COLLECTED FROM LINCOLN CREEK, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN, USA, TO PLHC-1 (POECILIOPSIS-LUCIDA) FISH HEPATOMA-CELLS

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    56. GUSTAFSON KE; DICKHUT RM
      DISTRIBUTION OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC-HYDROCARBONS IN SOUTHERN CHESAPEAKE BAY SURFACE-WATER - EVALUATION OF 3 METHODS FOR DETERMINING FREELY DISSOLVED WATER CONCENTRATIONS

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    57. HIDESHIMA T; INOUE T
      NONLINEAR OSCILLATORY REACTION OF CATALASE INDUCED BY GRADUAL ENTRY OF SUBSTRATE

      Biophysical chemistry
    58. CROCKETT AB
      WATER AND WASTE-WATER QUALITY MONITORING, MCMURDO STATION, ANTARCTICA

      Environmental monitoring and assessment
    59. CRUNKILTON RL; DEVITA WM
      DETERMINATION OF AQUEOUS CONCENTRATIONS OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC-HYDROCARBONS (PAHS) IN AN URBAN STREAM

      Chemosphere
    60. BARCELO D; HENNION MC
      SAMPLING OF POLAR PESTICIDES FROM WATER MATRICES

      Analytica chimica acta
    61. HALE RC; ANEIRO KM
      DETERMINATION OF COAL-TAR AND CREOSOTE CONSTITUENTS IN THE AQUATIC ENVIRONMENT

      Journal of chromatography
    62. NAGAKURA T; ISHIHARA K; FURUKAWA T; MASUDA K; TSUDA T
      AUTO-REGULATED OSMOTIC PUMP FOR INSULIN THERAPY BY SENSING GLUCOSE-CONCENTRATION WITHOUT ENERGY SUPPLY

      Sensors and actuators. B, Chemical
    63. PEVEN CS; UHLER AD; QUERZOLI FJ
      CAGED MUSSELS AND SEMIPERMEABLE-MEMBRANE DEVICES AS INDICATORS OF ORGANIC CONTAMINANT UPTAKE IN DORCHESTER AND DUXBURY BAYS, MASSACHUSETTS

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    64. KOLOK AS; HUCKINS JN; PETTY JD; ORIS JT
      THE ROLE OF WATER VENTILATION AND SEDIMENT INGESTION IN THE UPTAKE OFBENZO[A]PYRENE IN GIZZARD SHAD (DOROSOMA-CEPEDIANUM)

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    65. MADSEN EL; THOMAS CT; WILSON MS; SANDOLI RL; BILOTTA SE
      IN-SITU DYNAMICS OF AROMATIC-HYDROCARBONS AND BACTERIA CAPABLE OF AH METABOLISM IN A COAL-TAR WASTE-CONTAMINATED FIELD SITE

      Environmental science & technology
    66. HERVE S; PREST HF; HEINONEN P; HYOTYLAINEN T; KOISTINEN J; PAASIVIRTA J
      LIPID-FILLED SEMIPERMEABLE-MEMBRANE DEVICES AND MUSSELS AS SAMPLERS OF ORGANOCHLORINE COMPOUNDS IN LAKE WATER

      Environmental science and pollution research international
    67. ELLIS GS; HUCKINS JN; ROSTAD CE; SCHMITT CJ; PETTY JD; MACCARTHY P
      EVALUATION OF LIPID-CONTAINING SEMIPERMEABLE-MEMBRANE DEVICES FOR MONITORING ORGANOCHLORINE CONTAMINANTS IN THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    68. MIZUTANI F; YABUKI S; HIRATA Y
      AMPEROMETRIC BIOSENSORS USING POLY-L-LYSINE POLY(STYRENESULFONATE) MEMBRANES WITH IMMOBILIZED ENZYMES/

      Denki Kagaku Oyobi Kogyo Butsuri Kagaku
    69. WOBUS A; ULRICH S; ROSKE I
      DEGRADATION OF CHLOROPHENOLS BY BIOFILMS ON SEMI-PERMEABLE MEMBRANES IN 2 TYPES OF FIXED-BED REACTORS

      Water science and technology
    70. PREST HF; JACOBSEN LA; HUCKINS JN
      PASSIVE SAMPLING OF WATER AND COASTAL AIR VIA SEMIPERMEABLE-MEMBRANE DEVICES

      Chemosphere
    71. MARTIN M; RICHARDSON BJ
      A PARADIGM FOR INTEGRATED MARINE TOXICITY RESEARCH - FURTHER VIEWS FROM THE PACIFIC RIM

      Marine pollution bulletin
    72. PETTY JD; HUCKINS JN; ORAZIO CE; LEBO JA; POULTON BC; GALE RW; CHARBONNEAU CS; KAISER EM
      DETERMINATION OF WATERBORNE BIOAVAILABLE ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE-RESIDUES IN THE LOWER MISSOURI RIVER

      Environmental science & technology
    73. BASHIR I; JERABEK M; MARTIN T; REUSS M
      SHEAR-INDUCED PARTICLE DIFFUSIVITY DURING CROSS-FLOW MICROFILTRATION OF SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE IN A RADIAL FLOW FILTRATION CHAMBER

      Journal of membrane science
    74. VANDENMUNCKHOF RJM; VREELINGSINDELAROVA H; SCHELLENS JPM; FREDERIKS WM
      LOCALIZATION OF URIC-ACID OXIDASE ACTIVITY IN-CORE AND MATRIX OF PEROXISOMES AS DETECTED IN UNFIXED CRYOSTAT SECTIONS OF RAT-LIVER

      The Journal of histochemistry and cytochemistry
    75. ARONSON DC; CHAMULEAU RAFM; FREDERIKS WM; GOOSZEN HG; HEIJMANS HSA; JAMES J
      REVERSIBILITY OF CHOLESTATIC CHANGES FOLLOWING EXPERIMENTAL COMMON BILE-DUCT OBSTRUCTION - FACT OR FANTASY

      Journal of hepatology
    76. WILLIAMSON RL; BURTON DT; CLARKE JH; FLEMING LE
      GATHERING DANGER - THE URGENT NEED TO REGULATE TOXIC-SUBSTANCES THAT CAN BIOACCUMULATE

      Ecology law quarterly


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