Environmental Health - Toxic Substances Hydrology Program
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Are exposure predictions, used for the prioritisation of pharmaceuticals in the environment, fit for purpose?: Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
Aquatic concentrations of chemical analytes compared to ecotoxicity estimates: Science of the Total Environment
Expanded target-chemical analysis reveals extensive mixed-organic-contaminant exposure in U.S. streams: Environmental Science and Technology
Nationwide reconnaissance of contaminants of emerging concern in source and treated drinking waters of the United States--Pharmaceuticals: Science of the Total Environment
An introduction to joint research by the USEPA and USGS on contaminants of emerging concern in source and treated drinking waters of the United States: Science of the Total Environment
The importance of quality control in validating concentrations of contaminants of emerging concern in source and treated drinking water samples: Science of the Total Environment
USGS GeoHealth Newsletter
Volume 14, No. 2, 2017
GeoHealth is the U.S. Geological Survey's Environmental Health Newsletter.
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