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Here you find the references for the ArcRisk result website.

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Young, C., Furdui, V.I., et al., 2007

Jan 2014

Perfluorinated acids in Arctic snow: New evidence for atmospheric formation

Wöhrnschimmel, H., Tay, P., von Waldow, H., et al., 2012

Jan 2014

Comparative assessment of the global fate of alpha- and beta-hexachlorocyclohexane before and after phase-out

Wong, F. and Bidleman, T.F., 2011

Jan 2014

Aging of organochlorine pesticides and polychlorinated biphenyls in muck soil: Volatilization, bioaccessibility, and degradation

Wong, C. S.

Jan 2014

Environmental fate processes and biochemical transformations of chiral emerging organic pollutants

Wilson, S., Munthe, J., Sundseth, K., et al.

Jan 2014

Updating historical global inventories of anthropogenic mercury emissions to air.


Jan 2014

Environmental Health Criteria 101: Methylmercury

WHO 2009.

Jan 2014

WHO specifications and evaluations for public health pesticides; DDT.

Wania, F. and D. Mackay, 1996

Jan 2014

Tracking the distribution of persistent organic pollutants

Wang, F., Stern, G., Chaulk, A., Latonas, J. and Burt, A., 2011

Jan 2014

Mercury bioaccumulation in Arctic marine ecosystems under a changing climate: Role of the sea-ice environment

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