Items where Subject is "03 CHEMICAL SCIENCES > 0301 Analytical Chemistry > 030199 Analytical Chemistry not elsewhere classified"
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Deegan, A.M., Shaik, B., Nolan, K., Urell, K., Oelgemöller, M., Tobin, J., and Morrissey, A. (2011) Treatment options for wastewater effluents from pharmaceutical companies. International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 8 (3). pp. 649-666.
da Silva, Eduardo Teixeira, Ridd, Michael, and Klumpp, David (2005) Can body burden in the barnacle Balanus amphitrite indicate seasonal variation in cadmium concentrations? Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science , 65 (1-2). pp. 159-171.
Da Silva, Eduardo Teixeira, Ridd, Michael, Klumpp, David, and Ridd, Peter (2004) Relative contribution of food and water to the Cd burden in Balanus amphitrite in an urban tidal creek discharging into the Great Barrier Reef lagoon. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science , 60 (2). pp. 313-324.
Endo, Tetsuya, Yong-Un, Ma, Baker, C. Scott, Funahashi, Naoko, Lavery, Shane, Dalebout, Merel L., Lukoschek, Vimoksalehi, and Haraguchi, Koichi (2007) Contamination level of mercury in red meat products from cetaceans available from South Korea markets. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 54 (6). pp. 669-677.
Jaravani, Fidelis Godfrey, Durrheim, David, Byleveld, Paul, Oelgemoeller, Michael, and Judd, Jenni (2015) Drinking water safety in recreational parks in northern New South Wales, Australia. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 22 (4). pp. 432-445.
Kanakaraju, Devagi (2013) Photochemical and solar degradation of pharmaceuticals in water. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Munksgaard, Niels C., Warnakulasooriya, Kanchana N., Kennedy, Karen, Powell, Lynne, and Gibb, Karen S. (2017) Enrichment of ¹⁵N/¹⁴N in wastewater-derived effluent varies with operational performance of treatment systems: implications for isotope monitoring in receiving environments. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 189. pp. 1-10.
Olivier, Frédérique, Ridd, Michael, and Klumpp, David (2002) The use of transplanted cultured tropical oysters (Saccostrea commercialis) to monitor Cd levels in North Queensland coastal waters (Australia). Marine Pollution Bulletin, 44 (10). pp. 1051-1062.