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The Multi-Media Fate Model: A Vital Tool for Predicting the Fate of Chemicals

Proceeding of a Workshop Organized by the Society of Environmental

by Christina E. Cowan

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Published by SETAC Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Environmental Engineering & Technology,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages78
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8679578M
    ISBN 101880611023
    ISBN 109781880611029

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An international task force of model developers and users Author: Christina E. Cowan, Donald Mackay, Tom C. Feijtel, Dik Van de Meent, Antonio. Get this from a library. The multi-media fate model: a vital tool for predicting the fate of chemicals: proceedings of a workshop organized by the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC): based on an international task force which addressed the application of multi-media fate models to regulatory decision making held at Leuven, Belgium, Apriland Denver.

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First published on 20th December 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 cinemavog-legrauduroi.com by: Jul 24,  · Cowan CE, Mackay D, Feijtel TCJ, van de Meent D, di Guardo A, Davies J, Mackay N () The multi-media fate model: a vital tool for predicting the fate of cinemavog-legrauduroi.com by: 4.

Regional differences in chemical fate model outcome In this paper only Type 1 chemicals are used. The model cannot treat chemicals which are insoluble in water or which speciate. D van de Meent, A Di Guardo, J Davies, N MackayThe Multi-media fate model: a vital tool for predicting the fate of chemicals.

Proceedings of a Workshop Cited by: The two models have been independently applied to describe the fate of 68 chemicals that span a range of physico-chemical properties and environmental fate characteristics on two spatial scales in Japan.

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Pensacola (FL): SETAC Press. 78 p. Cowan-Ellsberry CE, McLachlan MS, Arnot JA, MacLeod M, McKone TE, Wania F. Multimedia Fate and Exposure Models: Origins, Evolution, and Future Prospects 5 Development towards regulatory tools 6 Pesticide modelling within regulatory context 7 Pharma and use of exposure/fate models 7 ECHA Environmental Exposure assessment under REACh and Biocides 8.

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Interrelationships between pyrogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) were assessed in air, soil, water, sediment, and tree leaves by using multi-media monitoring data. Concurrent concentration measurements were taken bimonthly for a year for the multi-media at urban and suburban sites.

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