Time integrative passive sampling: how well do chemcatchers integrate fluctuating pollutant concentrations?

@article{Shaw2009TimeIP,
  title={Time integrative passive sampling: how well do chemcatchers integrate fluctuating pollutant concentrations?},
  author={Melanie Shaw and Jochen M{\"u}ller},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2009},
  volume={43 5},
  pages={1443-8}
}
Many environments are subject to periodic fluctuations in pollutant concentrations. Passive samplers, which can provide time weighted average concentrations integrated over the period of deployment, are ideally suited as monitoring tools for these environments. However, the potential for fluctuating concentrations to limit the integrative period of sampling needs to be investigated before sampling data from these environments can be interpreted with confidence. In this study, Chemcatchers using… CONTINUE READING

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