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Models of ozone distribution and evaluation of its phytotoxic potential in the forests of the Carpathian Mountains of Central Europe are presented.
Except for ringed seals, halogenated dimethyl bipyrrole (HDBP) congeners biomagnified in a sample aquatic food web of invertebrate>fish>seabird.
The spatial distribution of mercury follows a distinct pollution plume downstream of a sewage outfall.
Effects of toxic chemicals can be estimated from quantitative struture–activity relationships (QSARs).
Organochlorine pesticides were determined, with many different residue patterns found for the first time in this region.
AMPHITOX was found to be useful in evaluating toxicity of a wide variety of samples.
Modern fungicides widely used in cereal production have antioxidant effects and may reduce the impact of ozone on grain production.
Metal bioaccumulation, relative bioavailability, and toxicity to Hyalella azteca varied with depth and age of deposition of sediment core sections.
The benthic diatom Gomphonema parvulum developed zinc tolerance that persisted 2 years after exposure to zinc.
A parallel version of an atmospheric transport model (FRAME) is developed and applied to the British Isles for the first time.
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