Baltic Sea sediment records: unlikely near-future declines in PCBs and HCB.

@article{Sobek2015BalticSS,
  title={Baltic Sea sediment records: unlikely near-future declines in PCBs and HCB.},
  author={Anna Sobek and Kristina L Sundqvist and Anteneh Assefa and Karin Wiberg},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2015},
  volume={518-519},
  pages={8-15}
}
UNLABELLED We present a comprehensive study on PCBs and HCB in dated sediment cores from the Baltic Sea covering the 20th century, and compare their spatiotemporal trends with those of PCDD/Fs from the same areas. PCB concentrations in coastal impacted sediment followed the temporal trend of estimated global emissions of PCBs and thus responded quickly to changes in global industrial use, whereas concentrations in offshore sediment needed 10-20 years longer to respond. Differences in… CONTINUE READING
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