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Exploring the hydraulic fracturing parameter space: a novel high-pressure, high-throughput reactor system for investigating subsurface chemical transformations

16-Jan-2018 | Andrew J. Sumner; Desiree L. Plata, Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 2018

Hydraulic fracturing coupled with horizontal drilling (HDHF) involves the deep-well injection of a fracturing fluid composed of diverse and numerous chemical additives designed to facilitate the release and collection of natural gas from shale plays. Analyses of flowback wastewaters have revealed ...

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Can the Stockholm convention address the spectrum of chemicals currently under regulatory scrutiny? Advocating a more prominent role for modeling in POP screening assessment

16-Jan-2018 | Michael S. McLachlan, Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 2018

Frameworks for chemical regulation are based on the science at the time they were written. Today some regulations are being applied to a much broader spectrum of chemicals than we had knowledge of when the regulations were written. This entails a risk that the regulations are being used outside ...

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Targeting cleanups towards a more sustainable future

16-Jan-2018 | David O'Connor; Deyi Hou, Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 2018

A tension arises between society's disposition to protect people at risk from environmental pollution, and an aversion towards the potential harmful side-effects associated with cleanup activities. Here we explore how setting different cleanup standards may influence some of the environmental, ...

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Fate of nitrogen in overlying water with biochar addition to sediment in planted ditches

16-Jan-2018 | Qianding Cheng; Hongguang Cheng; Lu Lu; Xiao Pu; Zhenzhen Wu; Haixu Sun, Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 2018

Best management practice (BMP) in drainage ditch systems is of high concern due to its importance in intercepting and removing pollution. Biochar has recently become an interesting option for agricultural pollution elimination, but knowledge is still limited on the fate of nitrogen (N) in ...

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Do environmental dynamics matter in fate models? Exploring scenario dynamics for a terrestrial and an aquatic system

16-Jan-2018 | Melissa Morselli; Elisa Terzaghi; Antonio Di Guardo, Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 2018

Nowadays, there is growing interest in inserting more ecological realism into risk assessment of chemicals. On the exposure evaluation side, this can be done by studying the complexity of exposure in the ecosystem, niche partitioning, e.g. variation of the exposure scenario. Current regulatory ...

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Development and validation of a simulation method, PeCHREM, for evaluating spatio-temporal concentration changes of paddy herbicides in rivers

16-Jan-2018 | Yoshitaka Imaizumi; Noriyuki Suzuki; Fujio Shiraishi; Daisuke Nakajima; Shigeko Serizawa; Takeo Sakurai; Hiroaki Shi ..., Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 2018

In pesticide risk management in Japan, predicted environmental concentrations are estimated by a tiered approach, and the Ministry of the Environment also performs field surveys to confirm the maximum concentrations of pesticides with risk concerns. To contribute to more efficient and effective ...

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Development and validation of a simulation method, PeCHREM, for evaluating spatio-temporal concentration changes of paddy herbicides in rivers

16-Jan-2018 | Yoshitaka Imaizumi; Noriyuki Suzuki; Fujio Shiraishi; Daisuke Nakajima; Shigeko Serizawa; Takeo Sakurai; Hiroaki Shi ..., Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 2018

In pesticide risk management in Japan, predicted environmental concentrations are estimated by a tiered approach, and the Ministry of the Environment also performs field surveys to confirm the maximum concentrations of pesticides with risk concerns. To contribute to more efficient and effective ...

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Environmental fate and exposure models: advances and challenges in 21st century chemical risk assessment

16-Jan-2018 | Antonio Di Guardo; Todd Gouin; Matthew MacLeod; Martin Scheringer, Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 2018

Environmental fate and exposure models are a powerful means to integrate information on chemicals, their partitioning and degradation behaviour, the environmental scenario and the emissions in order to compile a picture of chemical distribution and fluxes in the multimedia environment. A 1995 ...

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Environmental fate and exposure models: advances and challenges in 21st century chemical risk assessment

16-Jan-2018 | Antonio Di Guardo; Todd Gouin; Matthew MacLeod; Martin Scheringer, Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 2018

Environmental fate and exposure models are a powerful means to integrate information on chemicals, their partitioning and degradation behaviour, the environmental scenario and the emissions in order to compile a picture of chemical distribution and fluxes in the multimedia environment. A 1995 ...

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Sustainability, Vol. 10, Pages 189: How Business Idea Fit Affects Sustainability and Creates Opportunities for Value Co-Creation in Nascent Firms

14-Jan-2018 | Casali, Gian Luca; Perano, Mirko ; Moretta Tartaglione, Andrea ; Zolin, Roxanne, Sustainability, 2018

Sustainability, Vol. 10, Pages 189: How Business Idea Fit Affects Sustainability and Creates Opportunities for Value Co-Creation in Nascent Firms Sustainability doi: 10.3390/su10010189 Authors: Gian Casali Mirko Perano Andrea Moretta Tartaglione Roxanne Zolin A well-defined ...

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