R E Frische

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Global distribution models which can be used for evaluating the environmental impact of persistent chemicals are not well suited to assess the environmental impact of less persistent substances; this is due to the fact that the environmental effects caused by the latter substances--if there are any--are only local or regional (close to the emission source),(More)
The Environmental Model Segment Approach introduced in Part I (R. Frische, W. Klöpffer, G. Rippen, and K. O. Günther, 1984, Ecotoxicol. Environ. Safety 8, 352-362) is applied to estimate potential environmental concentrations of p-dichlorobenzene and trichloroethene. Environmental concentrations of these chemicals can be estimated only with difficulty by(More)
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