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Soil pollution by PAHs in urban soils: a comparison of three European cities.
- E. Morillo, A. S. Romero, J. Villaverde
- Chemistry, MedicineJournal of environmental monitoring : JEM
- 1 September 2007
Pyrogenic origins, especially motor vehicle exhausts, are suggested to be the major sources of PAHs in urban soils of the three cities, with the largest concentrations found in sites close to the historic quarters of the cities.
The variability of polychlorinated biphenyls levels in urban soils from five European cities.
FRACTIONATION OF POTENTIALLY TOXIC ELEMENTS IN URBAN SOILS FROM FIVE EUROPEAN CITIES BY MEANS OF A HARMONISED SEQUENTIAL EXTRACTION PROCEDURE
Mercury in urban soils: a comparison of local spatial variability in six European cities.
Metals in particle-size fractions of the soils of five European cities.
Cobalt and secondary poisoning in the terrestrial food chain: data review and research gaps to support risk assessment.
Erythrocyte selenium concentration as a marker of selenium status.
Metalliferous Mine Dust: Human Health Impacts and the Potential Determinants of Disease in Mining Communities
- J. Entwistle, A. Hursthouse, P. M. Marinho Reis, A. Stewart
- MedicineCurrent Pollution Reports
- 21 May 2019
The hazard posed by metalliferous dusts depends not only on their abundance and particle size but other properties such as chemical composition, solubility, shape, and surface area, which all play a role in the associated health effects.
A review of regulatory decisions for environmental protection: part I - challenges in the implementation of national soil policies.
Chromium speciation in natural waters draining contaminated land, Glasgow, U.K.
- C. Whalley, A. Hursthouse, S. Rowlatt, Parveen Iqbal-Zahid, Huw Vaughan, Ruth Durant
- Environmental Science
- 1 June 1999
Historically, solid waste from chromite ore processing has been disposed of at a number of sites in Glasgow, Scotland. Leachate from these sites has been implicated as a source of chromium (Cr)…