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Troll observing network – for useful new data about Antarctica

Pedersen, Christina Alsvik; Njåstad, Birgit; Descamps, Sebastien; Hattermann, Tore; Hudson, Stephen; Flått, Stig; Tronstad, Stein; Aas, Wenche; Darelius, Elin Maria K.; Miloch, Wojciech Jacek; Schweitzer, Johannes; Storvold, Rune

What do Antarctic petrels in Svarthamaren, soil structure movements at Troll research station and ocean chemistry in the Håkon VII Sea have in common? They will all be studied at the Troll observing network currently being established at Troll research station in Dronning Maud Land in Antarctica.

2023

NORMAN guidance on suspect and non-target screening in environmental monitoring

Hollender, Juliane; Schymanski, Emma L.; Ahrens, Lutz; Alygizakis, Nikiforos; Been, Frederic; Bijlsma, Lubertus; Brunner, Andrea M.; Celma, Alberto; Fildier, Aurelie; Fu, Qiuguo; Gago-Ferrero, Pablo; Gil-Solsona, Ruben; Haglund, Peter; Hansen, Martin; Kaserzon, Sarit; Kruve, Anneli; Lamoree, Marja; Margoum, Christelle; Meijer, Jeroen; Merel, Sylvain; Rauert, Cassandra; Rostkowski, Pawel; Samanipour, Saer; Schulze, Bastian; Shculze, Tobias; Singh, Randolph R.; Slobodnik, Jaroslav; Steininger-Mairinger, Teresa; Thomaidis, Nikolaos S.; Togola, Anne; Vorkamp, Katrin; Vulliet, Emmanuelle; Zhu, Linyan; Krauss, Martin

Increasing production and use of chemicals and awareness of their impact on ecosystems and humans has led to large interest for broadening the knowledge on the chemical status of the environment and human health by suspect and non-target screening (NTS). To facilitate effective implementation of NTS in scientific, commercial and governmental laboratories, as well as acceptance by managers, regulators and risk assessors, more harmonisation in NTS is required. To address this, NORMAN Association members involved in NTS activities have prepared this guidance document, based on the current state of knowledge. The document is intended to provide guidance on performing high quality NTS studies and data interpretation while increasing awareness of the promise but also pitfalls and challenges associated with these techniques. Guidance is provided for all steps; from sampling and sample preparation to analysis by chromatography (liquid and gas—LC and GC) coupled via various ionisation techniques to high-resolution tandem mass spectrometry (HRMS/MS), through to data evaluation and reporting in the context of NTS. Although most experience within the NORMAN network still involves water analysis of polar compounds using LC–HRMS/MS, other matrices (sediment, soil, biota, dust, air) and instrumentation (GC, ion mobility) are covered, reflecting the rapid development and extension of the field. Due to the ongoing developments, the different questions addressed with NTS and manifold techniques in use, NORMAN members feel that no standard operation process can be provided at this stage. However, appropriate analytical methods, data processing techniques and databases commonly compiled in NTS workflows are introduced, their limitations are discussed and recommendations for different cases are provided. Proper quality assurance, quantification without reference standards and reporting results with clear confidence of identification assignment complete the guidance together with a glossary of definitions. The NORMAN community greatly supports the sharing of experiences and data via open science and hopes that this guideline supports this effort.

Springer

2023

Nanomedicine and epigenetics: New alliances to increase the odds in pancreatic cancer survival

Urbanova, Maria; Cihova, Marina; Buocikova, Verona; Slopovsky, Jan; Dubovan, Peter; Pindak, Daniel; Tomas, Miroslav; García-Bermejo, Laura; Rodríguez-Garrote, Mercedes; Earl, Julie; Kohl, Yvonne; Kataki, Agapi; Dusinska, Maria; Sainz Jr., Bruno; Smolkova, Bozena; Gabelova, Alena

Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC) is among the deadliest cancers worldwide, primarily due to its robust desmoplastic stroma and immunosuppressive tumor microenvironment (TME), which facilitate tumor progression and metastasis. In addition, fibrous tissue leads to sparse vasculature, high interstitial fluid pressure, and hypoxia, thereby hindering effective systemic drug delivery and immune cell infiltration. Thus, remodeling the TME to enhance tumor perfusion, increase drug retention, and reverse immunosuppression has become a key therapeutic strategy. In recent years, targeting epigenetic pathways has emerged as a promising approach to overcome tumor immunosuppression and cancer progression. Moreover, the progress in nanotechnology has provided new opportunities for enhancing the efficacy of conventional and epigenetic drugs. Nano-based drug delivery systems (NDDSs) offer several advantages, including improved drug pharmacokinetics, enhanced tumor penetration, and reduced systemic toxicity. Smart NDDSs enable precise targeting of stromal components and augment the effectiveness of immunotherapy through multiple drug delivery options. This review offers an overview of the latest nano-based approaches developed to achieve superior therapeutic efficacy and overcome drug resistance. We specifically focus on the TME and epigenetic-targeted therapies in the context of PDAC, discussing the advantages and limitations of current strategies while highlighting promising new developments. By emphasizing the immense potential of NDDSs in improving therapeutic outcomes in PDAC, our review paves the way for future research in this rapidly evolving field.

Elsevier

2023

New approach methodologies to facilitate and improve the hazard assessment of non-genotoxic carcinogens—a PARC project

Audebert, Marc; Assmann, Ann-Sophie; Azqueta, Amaya; Babica, Pavel; Benfenati, Emilio; Bortoli, Sylvie; Bouwman, Peter; Braeuning, Albert; Burgdorf, Tanja; Coumoul, Xavier; Debizet, Kloé; Dusinska, Maria; Ertych, Norman; Fahrer, Jörg; Fetz, Verena; Le Hegarat, Ludovic; López de Cerain, Adela; Heusinkveld, Harm J.; Hogeveen, Kevin; Jacobs, Miriam N.; Luijten, Mirjam; Raitano, Giuseppa; Recoules, Cynthia; Rundén-Pran, Elise; Saleh, Mariam; Sovadinova, Iva; Stampar, Martina; Thibol, Lea; Tomkiewicz, Céline; Vettorazzi, Ariane; van de Water, Bob; El Yamani, Naouale; Zegura, Bojana; Oelgeschläger, Michael

Carcinogenic chemicals, or their metabolites, can be classified as genotoxic or non-genotoxic carcinogens (NGTxCs). Genotoxic compounds induce DNA damage, which can be detected by an established in vitro and in vivo battery of genotoxicity assays. For NGTxCs, DNA is not the primary target, and the possible modes of action (MoA) of NGTxCs are much more diverse than those of genotoxic compounds, and there is no specific in vitro assay for detecting NGTxCs. Therefore, the evaluation of the carcinogenic potential is still dependent on long-term studies in rodents. This 2-year bioassay, mainly applied for testing agrochemicals and pharmaceuticals, is time-consuming, costly and requires very high numbers of animals. More importantly, its relevance for human risk assessment is questionable due to the limited predictivity for human cancer risk, especially with regard to NGTxCs. Thus, there is an urgent need for a transition to new approach methodologies (NAMs), integrating human-relevant in vitro assays and in silico tools that better exploit the current knowledge of the multiple processes involved in carcinogenesis into a modern safety assessment toolbox. Here, we describe an integrative project that aims to use a variety of novel approaches to detect the carcinogenic potential of NGTxCs based on different mechanisms and pathways involved in carcinogenesis. The aim of this project is to contribute suitable assays for the safety assessment toolbox for an efficient and improved, internationally recognized hazard assessment of NGTxCs, and ultimately to contribute to reliable mechanism-based next-generation risk assessment for chemical carcinogens.

Frontiers Media S.A.

2023

Integrating Solar Energy and Nature-Based Solutions for Climate-Neutral Urban Environments

Liu, Hai Ying; Skandalos, Nikolaos; Braslina, Liga; Kapsalis, Vasileios; Karamanis, Dimitris

This study focuses on achieving climate neutrality in European cities by integrating solar energy technologies and nature-based solutions. Through an examination of current practices, emerging trends, and case examples, the study explores the benefits, challenges, and prospects associated with this integration in urban contexts. A pioneering approach is presented to assess the urban heat and climate change mitigation benefits of combining building-integrated photovoltaics and nature-based solutions within the European context. The results highlight the synergistic relationship between nature-based components and solar conversion technology, identifying effective combinations for different climatic zones. In Southern Europe, strategies such as rooftop photovoltaics on cool roofs, photovoltaic shadings, green walls, and urban trees have demonstrated effectiveness in warmer regions. Conversely, mid- and high-latitude European cities have seen positive impacts through the integration of rooftop photovoltaics and photovoltaic facades with green roofs and green spaces. As solar cell conversion efficiency improves, the environmental impact of photovoltaics is expected to decrease, facilitating their integration into urban environments. The study emphasizes the importance of incorporating water bodies, cool pavements, spaces with high sky-view factors, and effective planning in urban design to maximize resilience benefits. Additionally, the study highlights the significance of prioritizing mitigation actions in low-income regions and engaging citizens in the development of social photovoltaics-positive energy houses, resilient neighbourhoods, and green spaces. By adopting these recommendations, European cities can create climate-neutral urban environments that prioritize clean energy, nature-based solutions, and the overall wellbeing of residents. The findings underscore the need for a multidisciplinary approach combining technological innovation, urban planning strategies, and policy frameworks to effectively achieve climate neutrality.

2023

SCCS Scientific Opinion on Acid Yellow 3 (submission II) – SCCS/1631/21

Galli, Corrado Lodovico; Bernauer, Ulrike; Bodin, Laurent; Chaudhry, Qasim; Coenraads, Pieter Jan; Dusinska, Maria; Ezendam, Janine; Granum, Berit; Gaffet, Eric; Panteri, Eirini; Rogiers, Vera; Rousselle, Christophe; Stepnik, Maciej; Vanhaecke, Tamara; Wijnhoven, Susan; Koutsodimou, Aglaia; Uter, Wolfgang; von Goetz, Natalie

Elsevier

2023

SCCS scientific opinion on HAA299 (nano) - SCCS/1634/21

Galli, Corrado Lodovico; Bernauer, Ulrike; Bodin, Laurent; Chaudhry, Qasim; Coenraads, Pieter Jan; Dusinska, Maria; Ezendam, Janine; Gaffet, Eric; Granum, Berit; Panteri, Eirini; Rogiers, Vera; Rousselle, Christophe; Stepnik, Maciej; Van Haecke, Tamara; Wijnhoven, Susan; Koutsodimou, Aglaia; Uter, Wolfgang; von Goetz, Natalie

Elsevier

2023

Measuring DNA modifications with the comet assay: a compendium of protocols

Collins, Andrew; Møller, Peter; Gajski, Goran ; Vodenková, Soňa; Abdulwahed, Abdulhadi; Anderson, Diana; Bankoglu, Ezgi Eyluel; Bonassi, Stefano; Boutet-Robinet, Elisa; Brunborg, Gunnar; Chao, Christy; Cooke, Marcus S.; Costa, Carla; Costa, Solange; Dhawan, Alok; de Lapuente, Joaquin; Del Bo, Cristian; Dubus, Julien; Dusinska, Maria; Duthie, Susan J.; El Yamani, Naouale; Engelward, Bevin; Gaivão, Isabel; Giovannelli, Lisa; Godschalk, Roger; Guilherme, Sofia; Gutzkow, Kristine Bjerve; Habas, Khaled; Hernández, Alba; Herrero, Oscar; Isidori, Marina; Jha, Awadhesh N.; Knasmüller, Siegfried; Kooter, Ingeborg M.; Koppen, Gudrun; Kruszewski, Marcin; Ladeira, Carina; Laffon, Blanca; Larramendy, Marcelo; Le Hégarat, Ludovic; Lewies, Angelique; Lewinska, Anna; Liwszyc, Guillermo E.; de Cerain, Adela López; Manjanatha, Mugimane; Marcos, Ricard; Milic, Mirta; de Andrade, Vanessa Moraes; Moretti, Massimo; Muruzabal, Damian; Novak, Matjaž; Oliveira, Rui; Olsen, Ann-Karin Hardie; Owiti, Norah; Pacheco, Mário; Pandey, Alok K.; Pfuhler, Stefan; Pourrut, Bertrand; Reisinger, Kerstin; Rojas, Emilio; Rundén-Pran, Elise; Sanz-Serrano, Julen; Shaposhnikov, Sergey; Sipinen, Ville Erling; Smeets, Karen; Stopper, Helga; Teixeira, João Paulo; Valdiglesias, Vanessa; Valverde, Mahara; van Acker, Frederique; van Schooten, Frederik-Jan; Vasquez, Marie; Wentzel, Johannes F.; Wnuk, Maciej; Wouters, Annelies; Žegura, Bojana; Zikmund, Tomas; Langie, Sabine A. S.; Azqueta, Amaya

2023

SCCS scientific opinion on Butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT) - SCCS/1636/21

Granum, Berit; Bernauer, Ulrike; Bodin, Laurent; Chaudhry, Qasim; Coenraads, Pieter Jan; Dusinska, Maria; Ezendam, Janine; Gaffet, Eric; Galli, Corrado Lodovico; Panteri, Eirini; Rogiers, Vera; Rousselle, Christophe; Stepnik, Maciej; Vanhaecke, Tamara; Wijnhoven, Susan; Koutsodimou, Aglaia; Uter, Wolfgang; von Goetz, Natalie

Elsevier

2023

What do we know about the production and release of persistent organic pollutants in the global environment?

Li, Li; Cheng, Chengkang; Li, Dingsheng; Breivik, Knut; Abbasi, Golnoush; Li, Yi-Fan

Information on the global production and environmental releases of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) is of critical importance for regulating and eliminating these chemical substances of worldwide environmental and health concerns. Here, we conduct an extensive literature review to collect and curate quantitative information on the historical global production and multimedia environmental releases of 25 intentionally produced POPs. Our assembled data indicate that as of 2020, a cumulative total of 31 306 kilotonnes (kt) of the 25 POPs had been synthesized and commercialized worldwide, resulting in cumulative releases of 20 348 kt into the global environment. As of 2020, short-chain chlorinated paraffins were the most produced POP, with a historical global cumulative tonnage amounting to 8795 kt, whereas α-hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH) had the largest historical global cumulative environmental releases of 6567 kt among these 25 POPs. The 1970s witnessed the peak in the annual global production of the 25 investigated POPs. The United States and Europe used to be the hotspots of environmental releases of the 25 investigated POPs, notably in the 1960s and 1970s. By contrast, global environmental releases occurred primarily in China in the 2000s–2010s. Preliminary efforts are also made to integrate the production volume information with “hazard” attributes (persistence, bioaccumulation, toxicity, and long-range transport potential) in the evaluation of potential environmental impacts of the 25 POPs. The results show that dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) are potentially associated with higher environmental impacts than other POPs because they are among the top rankings in both the global cumulative production and hazard indicators. This work for the first time reveals the astonishing magnitudes of POP production and environmental releases in contemporary human history. It also underscores the importance of tonnage information in assessments of POPs, POP candidates, and other chemicals of emerging concern.

Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)

2023

Plastics as a carrier of chemical additives to the Arctic: Possibilities for strategic monitoring across the circumpolar North

Hamilton, Bonnie M.; Baak, Julia E.; Vorkamp, Katrin; Hammer, Sjúrður; Granberg, Maria; Herzke, Dorte; Provencher, Jennifer F.

Plastic pollution (including microplastics) has been reported in a variety of biotic and abiotic compartments across the circumpolar Arctic. Due to their environmental ubiquity, there is a need to understand not only the fate and transport of physical plastic particles, but also the fate and transport of additive chemicals associated with plastic pollution. Further, there is a fundamental research gap in understanding long-range transport of chemical additives to the Arctic via plastics as well as their behavior under environmentally relevant Arctic conditions. Here, we comment on the state of the science of plastic as carriers of chemical additives to the Arctic, and highlight research priorities going forward. We suggest further research on the transport pathways of chemical additives via plastics from both distant and local sources and laboratory experiments to investigate chemical behavior of plastic additives under Arctic conditions, including leaching, uptake, and bioaccumulation. Ultimately, chemical additives need to be included in strategic monitoring efforts to fully understand the contaminant burden of plastic pollution in Arctic ecosystems.

2023

Risk-benefit assessment of sunscreen: Opinion of the Panel on Food Additives, Flavourings, Processing Aids, Materials in Contact with Food, and Cosmetics of the Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food and Environment

Bruzell, Ellen Merete; Carlsen, Monica Hauger; Caspersen, Ida Henriette; Denison, Eva Marie-Louise; Devold, Tove Gulbrandsen; Granum, Berit; Mathisen, Gro Haarklou; Rundén-Pran, Elise; Rasinger, Josef; Rohloff, Jens; Svendsen, Camilla; Husøy, Trine

2022

Risk assessment of caffeine exposure from diet and personal care products. Opinion of the Panel on Food Additives, Flavourings, Processing Aids, Materials in Contact with Food, and Cosmetics of the Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food and Environment

Carlsen, Monica Hauger; Devold, Tove Gulbrandsen; Granum, Berit Brunstad; Lillegaard, Inger Therese Laugsand; Mathisen, Gro Haarklou; Rasinger, Josef; Rohloff, Jens; Starrfelt, Jostein; Svendsen, Camilla; Bruzell, Ellen Merete; Husøy, Trine; Rundén-Pran, Elise

2021

Application of the comet assay for the evaluation of DNA damage in mature sperm

Gajski, Goran; Ravlić, Sanda; Godschalk, Roger; Collins, Andrew Richard; Dusinska, Maria; Brunborg, Gunnar

Elsevier

2021

The hCOMET project: International database comparison of results with the comet assay in human biomonitoring. Baseline frequency of DNA damage and effect of main confounders

Milić, Mirta; Ceppi, Marcello; Bruzzone, Marco ; Azqueta, Amaya; Brunborg, Gunnar; Godschalk, Roger ; Koppen, Gudrun ; Langie, Sabine; Møller, Peter; Teixeira, João Paulo; Alija, Avdulla; Anderson, Diana; Andrade, Vanessa; Andreoli, Cristina; Asllani, Fisnik; Eyluel Bangkoglu, Ezgi; Barancokova, Magdalena; Basaran, Nursen ; Boutet-Robinet, Elisa ; Buschini, Annamaria; Cavallo, Delia ; Costa Pererira, Cristina; Costa, Carla; Costa, Solange; Da Silva, Juliana ; Del Bo’, Cristian ; Dimitrijevic Sreckovic, Vesna; Djelic, Ninoslav; Dobrzynska, Malgorzata; Duracková, Zdenka; Dvorakova, Monika; Gajski, Goran ; Galati, Serena; García Lima, Omar; Giovannelli, Lisa ; Goroshinskaya, Irina A.; Grindel, Annemarie; Gützkow, Kristine Bjerve; Hernández, Alba; Hernandez, Carlos; Holven, Kirsten Bjørklund; Ibero-Baraibar, Idoia; Ottestad, Inger Olaug; Kadioglu, Ela; Kazimirova, Alena; Kuznetsova, Elena; Ladeira, Carina; Laffon, Blanca ; Lamonaca, Palma; Lebailly, Pierre ; Louro, Henriqueta; Cardoso, Tania Mandina; Marcon, Francesca; Marcos, Ricard; Moretti, Massimo; Moretti, Silvia; Najafzadeh, Mojgan; Nemeth, Zsuzsanna ; Neri, Monica; Novotna, Bozena; Orlow, Irene; Paduchova, Zuzana; Pastor, Susana; Perdry, Hervé; Spremo-Potparević, Biljana ; Ramadhani, Dwi; Riso, Patrizia; Rohr, Paula; Rojas, Emilio; Rossner, Pavel; Safar, Anna ; Sardas, Semra; Silva, Maria João; Sirota, Nikolay; Smolkova, Bozena; Staruchova, Marta; Stetina, Rudolf; Stopper, Helga; Surikova, Ekaterina I. ; Ulven, Stine Marie; Ursini, Cinzia Lucia; Valdiglesias, Vanessa; Valverde, Mahara; Vodička, Pavel; Volkovova, Katarina; Wagner, Karl-Heinz; Zivkovic, Lada; Dusinska, Maria; Collins, Andrew Richard; Bonassi, Stefano

Elsevier

2021

The role of nature-based solutions for improving environmental quality, health and well-being

Liu, Hai Ying; Jay, Marion; Chen, Xianwen

Nature-based solutions (NbS) have been positioned and implemented in urban areas as solutions for enhancing urban resilience in the face of a wide range of urban challenges. However, there is a lack of recommendations of optimal NbS and appropriate typologies fitting to different contexts and urban design. The analytical frameworks for NbS implementation and impact evaluation, that integrate NbS into local policy frameworks, socio-economic transition pathways, and spatial planning, remain fragmented. In this article, the NbS concept and its related terminologies are first discussed. Second, the types of NbS implemented in Europe are reviewed and their benefits over time are explored, prior to categorizing them and highlighting the key methods, criteria, and indicators to identify and assess the NbS’s impacts, co-benefits, and trade-offs. The latter involved a review of the websites of 52 projects and some relevant publications funded by EU Research and Innovation programs and other relevant publications. The results show that there is a shared understanding that the NbS concept encompasses benefits of restoration and rehabilitation of ecosystems, carbon neutrality, improved environmental quality, health and well-being, and evidence for such benefits. This study also shows that most NbS-related projects and activities in Europe use hybrid approaches, with NbS typically developed, tested, or implemented to target specific types of environmental–social–economic challenges. The results of this study indicate that NbS as a holistic concept would be beneficial in the context of climate action and sustainable solutions to enhance ecosystem resilience and adaptive capacity within cities. As such, this article provides a snapshot of the role of NbS in urban sustainability development, a guide to the state-of-the-art, and key messages and recommendations of this rapidly emerging and evolving field.

MDPI

2021

Reviews and syntheses: Arctic fire regimes and emissions in the 21st century

McCarty, Jessica L.; Aalto, Juha; Paunu, Ville-Veikko; Arnold, Steve R.; Eckhardt, Sabine; Klimont, Zbigniew; Fain, Justin; Evangeliou, Nikolaos; Venäläinen, Ari; Tchebakova, Nadezhda M.; Parfenova, Elena I.; Kupiainen, Kaarle; Soja, Amber J.; Huang, Lin; Wilson, Simon

2021

Moving forward in microplastic research: A Norwegian perspective

Lusher, Amy; Hurley, Rachel; Arp, Hans Peter H; Booth, Andy; Bråte, Inger Lise Nerland; Gabrielsen, Geir W.; Gomiero, Alessio; Gomes, Tania; Grøsvik, Bjørn Einar; Green, Norman ; Haave, Marte; Hallanger, Ingeborg G.; Halsband, Claudia; Herzke, Dorte; Joner, Erik J; Kögel, Tanja; Rakkestad, Kirsten; Ranneklev, Sissel B.; Wagner, Martin; Olsen, Marianne

Elsevier

2021

Oceanic long-range transport of organic additives present in plastic products: an overview

Andrade, Helena; Glüge, Juliane; Herzke, Dorte; Ashta, Narain Maharaj; Nayagar, Shwetha Manohar; Scheringer, Martin

Most plastics are made of persistent synthetic polymer matrices that contain chemical additives in significant amounts. Millions of tonnes of plastics are produced every year and a significant amount of this plastic enters the marine environment, either as macro- or microplastics. In this article, an overview is given of the presence of marine plastic debris globally and its potential to reach remote locations in combination with an analysis of the oceanic long-range transport potential of organic additives present in plastic debris. The information gathered shows that leaching of hydrophobic substances from plastic is slow in the ocean, whereas more polar substances leach faster but mostly from the surface layers of the particle. Their high content used in plastic of several percent by weight allows also these chemicals to be transported over long distances without being completely depleted along the way. It is therefore likely that various types of additives reach remote locations with plastic debris. As a consequence, birds or other wildlife that ingest plastic debris are exposed to these substances, as leaching is accelerated in warm-blooded organisms and in hydrophobic fluids such as stomach oil, compared to leaching in water. Our estimates show that approximately 8100–18,900 t of various organic additives are transported with buoyant plastic matrices globally with a significant portion also transported to the Arctic. For many of these chemicals, long-range transport (LRT) by plastic as a carrier is their only means of travelling over long distances without degrading, resulting in plastic debris enabling the LRT of chemicals which otherwise would not reach polar environments with unknown consequences. The transport of organic additives via plastic debris is an additional long-range transport route that should also be considered under the Stockholm Convention.

Springer

2021

Finding essentiality feasible: common questions and misinterpretations concerning the “essential-use” concept

Cousins, Ian T.; Dewitt, Jamie C.; Glüge, Juliane; Goldenman, Gretta; Herzke, Dorte; Lohmann, Rainer; Miller, Mark; Ng, Carla A.; Patton, Sharyle; Scheringer, Martin; Trier, Xenia; Wang, Zhanyun

Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)

2021

Cyanobakterier og cyanotoksiner i norske drikkevannskilder. Vitenskapelig uttalelse fra faggruppen for forurensning, naturlige toksiner og medisinrester i Vitenskapskomiteen for mat og miljø

Samdal, Ingunn Anita; Ballot, Andreas ; Boahene, Nana Yaa; Eriksen, Gunnar Sundstøl; Flø, Daniel; Haande, Sigrid; Svendsen, Camilla; Amlund, Heidi; Beyer, Jonny; Brantsæter, Anne Lise; Bremer, Sara; Mariussen, Espen; Thomsen, Cathrine; Knutsen, Helle

2021

The consolidated European synthesis of CO2 emissions and removals for the European Union and United Kingdom: 1990–2018

Petrescu, Ana Maria Roxana; McGrath, Matthew J; Andrew, Robbie; Peylin, Philippe; Peters, Glen Philip; Ciais, Philippe; Broquet, Grégoire; Tubiello, Francesco N.; Gerbig, Christoph; Pongratz, Julia; Janssens-Maenhout, Greet; Grassi, Giacomo; Nabuurs, Gert-Jan; Regnier, Pierre; Lauerwald, Ronny; Kuhnert, Matthias; Balkovic, Juraj; Schelhaas, Mart-Jan; van der Gon, Hugo A.C. Denier; Solazzo, Efisio; Qiu, Chunjing; Pilli, Roberto; Konovalov, Igor B.; Houghton, Richard A.; Günther, Dirk; Perugini, Lucia; Crippa, Monica; Ganzenmüller, Raphael; Luijkx, Ingrid T.; Smith, Pete; Munassar, Saqr; Thompson, Rona Louise; Conchedda, Giulia; Monteil, Guillaume; Scholze, Marko; Karstens, Ute; Brockmann, Patrick; Dolman, Albertus Johannes

2021

The consolidated European synthesis of CH4 and N2O emissions for the European Union and United Kingdom: 1990–2017

Petrescu, Ana Maria Roxana; Qiu, Chunjing; Ciais, Philippe; Thompson, Rona Louise; Peylin, Philippe; McGrath, Matthew J; Solazzo, Efisio; Janssens-Maenhout, Greet; Tubiello, Francesco N.; Bergamaschi, Peter; Brunner, Dominik; Peters, Glen Philip; Hoglund-Isaksson, Lena; Regnier, Pierre; Lauerwald, Ronny; Bastviken, David; Tsuruta, Aki; Winiwarter, Wilfried; Patra, Prabir K.; Kuhnert, Matthias; Oreggioni, Gabriel David; Crippa, Monica; Saunois, Marielle; Perugini, Lucia; Markkanen, Tiina; Aalto, Tuula; Zwaaftink, Christine Groot; Yao, Yuanzhi; Wilson, Chris; Conchedda, Giulia; Günther, Dirk; Leip, Adrian; Smith, Pete; Haussaire, Jean-Matthieu; Leppänen, Antti; Manning, Alistair J.; McNorton, Joe; Brockmann, Patrick; Dolman, Albertus Johannes

2021

Occurrence and dissipation mechanism of organic pollutants during the composting of sewage sludge: A critical review

Lü, Huixiong; Chen, Xiao-Hong; Mo, Che-Hui; Huang, Yu-Hong; He, Min-Ying; Li, Yan-Wen; Feng, Nai-Xian; Katsoyiannis, Athanasios A.; Cai, Quan-Ying

Elsevier

2021

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