Library - references

Here you find the references for the ArcRisk result website.

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Quinn CL, Armitage JM, Breivik K, Wania F. 2012

Jan 2014

A methodology for evaluating the influence of diets and intergenerational dietary transitions on historic and future human exposure to persistent organic pollutants in the Arctic

Pućko, M., Stern, G.A., Macdonald, R.W., Rosenberg, B. and Barber, D.G., 2011

Jan 2014

The influence of the atmosphere-snow-ice-ocean interactions on the levels of hexachlorocyclohexanes in the Arctic cryosphere

Pućko, M., Stern, G.A., Barber, D.G., Macdonald, R.W. and Rosenberg, B., 2010.

Jan 2014

The International Polar Year (IPY) circumpolar flaw lead (CFL) system study: The importance of brine processes for α- and γ-hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH) accumulation or rejection in sea ice

Pućko M, Stern GA, Macdonald RW, Barber DG, Rosenberg B, Walkusz W, 2011

Jan 2014

When will α-HCH disappear from the western Arctic Ocean?

Poynton, H.C., Wintz, H. and Vulpe, C.D., 2008

Jan 2014

Progress in ecotoxicogenomics for environmental monitoring, mode of action, and toxicant identification

Poissant, L., Zhang, H.H., Canario, J. and Constant, P., 2008

Jan 2014

Critical review of mercury fates and contamination in the arctic tundra ecosystem

Pacyna, J.M., Pacyna, E.G., Sundseth, K., et al., 2011

Jan 2014

Global perspectives on managing mercury emissions

Pacyna, E.G., Pacyna, J.M., Sundseth, K., et al., 2010

Jan 2014

Global emission of mercury to the atmosphere from anthropogenic sources in 2005 and projections to 2020

Noyes, P.D., McElwee, M.K., Miller, H.D, et al., 2009

Jan 2014

The toxicology of climate change: environmental contaminants in a warming world

Nost, T. H.; Breivik, K.; Fuskevag, O. M.; Nieboer, E.; Odland, J. O.; Sandanger, T. M

Jan 2014

Persistent Organic Pollutants in Norwegian Men from 1979 to 2007: Intraindividual Changes, Age-Period-Cohort Effects, and Model Predictions

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