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Two species of Ceramium grow well in lab assays and tests can be performed all year around.
The bioluminescence assay is not sensitive to small changes in pH, temperature or salinity.
Other aspects of throughfall/stemflow, such as tree species, climate zone, and time of year also need to be considered when comparing results from different laboratories.
This study quantifies the spatial scale over which major point and diffuse sources of anthropogenic mercury emission affect mercury accumulation by cattle in northwest Spain.
Inaccuracy induced by sampling systems was more common than analysis of samples by different laboratory groups.
Accumulation features of persistent organochlorines in migratory birds from Asia did not necessarily reflect only the pollution in the sampling area.
A lag period of several years occurred before tree recovery began.
Cs and Pu are retained for decades in the upper few centimetres of soil in the Nevada desert.
Diatom-based pollution indices can give incorrect results when influenced by certain environmental conditions.
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