Occurrence and distribution of UV-filters and other anthropogenic contaminants in coastal surface water, sediment, and coral tissue from Hawaii.

@article{Mitchelmore2019OccurrenceAD,
  title={Occurrence and distribution of UV-filters and other anthropogenic contaminants in coastal surface water, sediment, and coral tissue from Hawaii.},
  author={Carys L. Mitchelmore and Ke He and Michael Gonsior and Ethan Hain and Andrew Heyes and Cheryl Clark and R. A. Younger and Philippe Schmitt‐Kopplin and A Feerick and Annaleise Conway and Lee Blaney},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2019},
  volume={670},
  pages={
          398-410
        }
}
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