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Exposures to drinking water chlorination by-products in a Russian city.
Exposures to water disinfection by-products (DBPs) via ingestion of drinking water, and dermal absorption and inhalation during showering/bathing were assessed in the city of Cherepovets, Russia,Expand
Rapid ecological change in the coastal zone of Lake Baikal (East Siberia): Is the site of the world's greatest freshwater biodiversity in danger?
Abstract Ecological degradation of the benthic littoral zone is an emerging, urgent problem at Lake Baikal (East Siberia), the most species-rich lake on Earth. Within the last 5 years, multipleExpand
Screening studies of POP levels in fish from selected lakes in the Paz watercourse
Appendix 8/15 of the publication "State of the environment in the Norwegian, Finnish and Russian border area 2007" (The Finnish Environment 6/2007).
Monitoring of persistent organic pollutants in the ambient air as an element of implementation of the Stockholm Convention on persistent organic pollutants
The results of monitoring of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in the atmosphere of the Russian Arctic are presented. The concentrations of POPs in different regions of the Russian and foreignExpand
Photochemical transformation of polychlorinated phenols
Abstract To increase our understanding of the photocatalytic effects in the transformation of chlorinated organic compounds, the detailed mechanism of the direct photolysis of polychlorinated phenolsExpand
Formation of Dibenzodioxins and Dibenzofurans in the Photochemical Transformation of Polychlorinated Phenols
It is shown that in the direct photolysis of polychlorinated phenols (2,4,5-TCP, PCP) in aqueous solution, under the action of solar light or UV-radiation from artificial sources, polychlorinatedExpand
Blood concentrations of persistent toxic substances in the indigenous communities of the Russian Arctic
Objectives. Investigation was carried out within the framework of the large-scale international project “Persistent Toxic Substances (PTS), Food Security and Indigenous People of the Russian North”Expand