Library - references

Here you find the references for the ArcRisk result website.

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Hop, H., Pearson, T., Hegseth, E.N., Kovacs, K.M., et. al, 2002

Jan 2014

The marine ecosystem of Kongsfjorden, Svalbard

Herbert, B.M.J., Villa, S. and Halsall, C.J., 2006

Jan 2014

Chemical interactions with snow: Understanding the behavior and fate of semi-volatile organic compounds in snow

Herbert, B.M.J., Halsall, C.J., Villa, S., Jones, K.C. and Kallenborn, R., 2005

Jan 2014

Rapid changes in PCB and OC pesticide concentrations in Arctic snow

Haug, L.S., Thomsen, C., Brantsaeter, A.L., et. al., 2010

Jan 2014

Diet and particularly seafood are major sources of perfluorinated compounds in humans

Haug, L.S., Huber, S., Becher, G. and Thomsen, C., 2011

Jan 2014

Characterisation of human exposure pathways to perfluorinated compounds-comparing exposure estimates with biomarkers of exposure

Halsall, C.J., 2004

Jan 2014

Investigating the occurrence of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in the arctic: Their atmospheric behaviour and interaction with the seasonal snow pack

Guglielmo, F., Lammel, G. and Maier-Reimer, E., 2009

Jan 2014

Global environmental cycling of DDT and α-HCH in the 1980s – a study using a coupled atmosphere and ocean general circulation model

Gouin, T., Armitage, J.M., Cousins, I.T., Muir, D.C.G., Ng, C.A., Reid, L. and Tao, S., 2013

Jan 2014

Influence of global climate change on chemical fate and bioaccumulation: The role of multimedia models

Gouin, T. and Wania, F., 2007

Jan 2014

Time trends of Arctic contamination in relation to emission history and chemical persistence and partitioning properties

Goss, K.U., 2008

Jan 2014

The pKa values of PFOA and other highly fluorinated carboxylic acids

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