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  • Combined effects of bioavailable organic contaminants in the aquatic environment. 

    Emelogu, Emmanuel Steven (Robert Gordon University School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences., 2013-05)
    Passive sampling, as opposed to the conventional spot or bottle water sampling technique, has shown to be reliable and efficient in monitoring the toxicologically relevant, freely dissolved (e.g. bioavaialable) concentrations ...
  • Monitoring and regulating cyanobacterial metabolites (microcystins and geosmin) in aquatic systems. 

    Pestana, Carlos Joao (Robert Gordon University School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, 2012-04)
    Cyanobacterial secondary metabolites can cause serious harm to animals and humans (cyanotoxins) and can have a major financial impact on the potable water and aquaculture industries (taste and odour compounds). ...
  • A study on temporal trends and estimates of fate of Bisphenol A in agricultural soils after sewage sludge amendment. 

    Zhang, Zulin; Le Velly, Morgane; Rhind, Stewart M.; Kyle, Carol E.; Hough, Rupert L.; Duff, Elizabeth I.; McKenzie, Craig (Elsevier. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.01.053, 2015-05)
    ZHANG, Z., LE VELLY, M., RHIND, S. M., KYLE, C. E., HOUGH, R. L., DUFF, E. I. and MCKENZIE, C., 2015. A study on temporal trends and estimates of fate of Bisphenol A in agricultural soils after sewage sludge amendment. Science of the Total Environment, 515-516, pp. 1-11.
    Temporal concentration trends of BPA in soils were investigated following sewage sludge application to pasture (study 1: short termsludge application; study 2: long termmultiple applications over 13 years). The ...