Passive air sampling for persistent organic pollutants: Introductory remarks to the special issue

Harner, T. and Bartkow, M. E. and Holoubek, I. and Klanova, J. and Wania, F. and Gioia, R. and Moeckel, Claudia and Sweetman, Andrew J. and Jones, Kevin C. (2006) Passive air sampling for persistent organic pollutants: Introductory remarks to the special issue. Environmental Pollution, 144 (2). pp. 361-364. ISSN 0269-7491

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Abstract

There have been a number of developments in the need, design and use of passive air samplers (PAS) for persistent organic pollutants (POPs). This article is the first in a Special Issue of the journal to review these developments and some of the data arising from them. We explain the need and benefit of developing PAS for POPs, the different approaches that can be used, and highlight future developments and needs. The context, needs and state-of-the-art of passive air sampling techniques for atmospheric persistent organic pollutants are discussed.

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Journal Article
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Environmental Pollution
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01 May 2008 08:55
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Published
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