Common strategies and technologies for the ecosafety assessment and design of nanomaterials entering the marine environment.

@article{Corsi2014CommonSA,
  title={Common strategies and technologies for the ecosafety assessment and design of nanomaterials entering the marine environment.},
  author={Ilaria Corsi and Gary N Cherr and Hunter Stanton Lenihan and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Labille and Martin Hassellov and Laura Canesi and Francesco Dondero and Giada Frenzilli and Danail R Hristozov and V{\'i}ctor F. Puntes and Camilla Della Torre and Annalisa Pinsino and Giovanni Libralato and Antonio Marcomini and Enrico Sabbioni and Valeria Matranga},
  journal={ACS nano},
  year={2014},
  volume={8 10},
  pages={9694-709}
}
The widespread use of engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) in a variety of technologies and consumer products inevitably causes their release into aquatic environments and final deposition into the oceans. In addition, a growing number of ENM products are being developed specifically for marine applications, such as antifouling coatings and environmental remediation systems, thus increasing the need to address any potential risks for marine organisms and ecosystems. To safeguard the marine… CONTINUE READING
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