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Here you find the references for the ArcRisk result website.

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Nieminen P, Lehtiniemi H, Vähäkangas K, Huusko A, Rautio A

Jan 2014

Summarizing the reported findings between quantitative exposure and outcome variables from epidemiologic studies in a consistent form: The effect of exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) on birth weight as an example

Nieminen P, Lehtiniemi H, Huusko A, Vähäkangas K, Rautio A

Jan 2014

Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in relation to secondary sex ratio - a systematic review of published studies

Nieminen et al.

Jan 2014

Analysis of the publications about the link between child development and mercury exposure

Meyer, T. and Wania, F., 2010

Jan 2014

Chemical exchange between snow and the atmosphere

Meerts, I.A.T.M., 2001

Jan 2014

In Vitro Estrogenicity of Polybrominates Diphenyl Ethers, Hydroxylated PBDEs, and Polybrominated Bisphenol A Compounds

Macdonald, R. W.; Harner, T.; Fyfe, J.

Jan 2014

Recent climate change in the Arctic and its impact on contaminant pathways and interpretation of temporal trend data

Ma, J.; Hung, H.; Tian, C.; Kallenborn, R.,

Jan 2014

Revolatilization of persistent organic pollutants in the Arctic induced by climate change

Lindberg, S.E., Brooks, S., Lin, C.J., et al, 2002

Jan 2014

Dynamic oxidation of gaseous mercury in the Arctic troposphere at polar sunrise

Li, Y.F., Scholtz, M.T., and van Heyst, B.J. 2000

Jan 2014

Global gridded emission inventory of alpha-hexachlorocyclohexane

Li Y, Macdonald R. 2005

Jan 2014

Sources and pathways of selected organochlorine pesticides to the Arctic and the effect of pathway divergence on HCH trends in biota: a review

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