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Journal of Environmental Monitoring

Print ISSN
1464-0325
Electronic ISSN
1464-0333
Impact factor
1.81
Publisher
Proquest
URL
http://xlink.rsc.org/jumptojournal.cfm?journal_code=EM
Usage rank
7599
Article count
2669
Free count
333
Free percentage
0.124766
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CSA, Proquest, and RSC

  1. Compositional properties characterizing commonly transported oils and controlling their fate in the marine environment.

    Journal of Environmental Monitoring 14(12):3220 (2012) PMID 23117332

    Oil spills relating to shipping incidents remain of substantial concern with respect to marine pollution. Whilst most frequently a reactive approach is adopted in post-incident monitoring (for the specific product involved), this paper reports important physical and compositional characteristics of...
  2. Using passive air samplers to assess local sources versus long range atmospheric transport of POPs.

    Journal of Environmental Monitoring 14(10):2580 (2012) PMID 22972379

    We attribute to volatilization from the sea. We conclude that a simple nested PAS monitoring approach provides useful information for screening efforts aiming to assess both atmospheric burdens as well as the relative significance of local sources in controlling these burdens at sites in contaminate...
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    Journal of Environmental Monitoring 14(9):2527 (2012) PMID 22918260

  4. Different collector types for sampling deposition of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons--comparison of measurement results and their uncertain...

    Journal of Environmental Monitoring 14(8):2054 (2012) PMID 22744154

    Different collector types, sample workup procedures and analysis methods to measure the deposition of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) were tested and compared. Whilst sample workup and analysis methods did not influence the results of PAH deposition measurements, using different collector typ...
  5. Utilizing pyrosequencing and quantitative PCR to characterize fungal populations among house dust samples.

    Journal of Environmental Monitoring 14(8):2038 (2012) PMID 22767010 PMCID PMC4079115

    Molecular techniques are an alternative to culturing and counting methods in quantifying indoor fungal contamination. Pyrosequencing offers the possibility of identifying unexpected indoor fungi. In this study, 50 house dust samples were collected from homes in the Yakima Valley, WA. Each sample was...
  6. Iodide-assisted total lead measurement and determination of different lead fractions in drinking water samples.

    Journal of Environmental Monitoring 14(7):1846 (2012) PMID 22622848

    Lead and its compounds are toxic and can harm human health, especially the intelligence development in children. Accurate measurement of total lead present in drinking water is crucial in determining the extent of lead contamination and human exposure due to drinking water consumption. The USEPA met...
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    Journal of Environmental Monitoring 14(6):1493 (2012) PMID 22648481

  8. Plutonium in the WIPP environment: its detection, distribution and behavior.

    Journal of Environmental Monitoring 14(6):1604 (2012) PMID 22549140

    The Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) is the only operating deep underground geologic nuclear repository in the United States. It is located in southeastern New Mexico, approximately 655 m (2150 ft) below the surface of the Earth in a bedded Permian evaporite salt formation. This mi...
  9. Chironomid mouthpart deformities as indicator of environmental quality: a case study in Lake Trasimeno (Italy).

    Journal of Environmental Monitoring 14(5):1473 (2012) PMID 22453512

    The aim of the present study was to monitor mouthpart deformities of Chironomus plumosus (Insecta-Diptera) in Lake Trasimeno (2000-2010) in relation with sediment contamination by heavy metals, which is one of the main causes of deformity induction. In Lake Trasimeno, concentrations of heavy metals...
  10. Effectiveness of three configurations of membrane bioreactors on the removal of priority and emergent organic compounds from wastewater: com...

    Journal of Environmental Monitoring 14(5):1428 (2012) PMID 22476254

    In this work the effectiveness of membrane bioreactors as advanced treatment on the removal of emergent and priority organic compounds in wastewater treatment plants has been evaluated during a one-year monitoring study. The studied wastewater treatment plant operates with flat sheet and hollow fibr...