Safety Studies – Environment
- Use of multiple lines of evidence to provide a realistic toxic substances control act ecological risk evaluation based on monitoring data: D4 case study
By B. Nusz J, Fairbrother A, Daleyb J, Allen Burtonb G. Science of The Total Environment (2018). Volume 636, 15 September 2018, Pages 1382-1395.
- Bioaccumulation and trophic transfer of cyclic volatile methylsiloxanes (cVMS) in the aquatic marine food webs of the Oslofjord, Norway
By Powell D E, Schøyen M, Øxnevad S, Gerhards R, Böhmer T, Koerner M, Durham J and Huff D W. Science of The Total Environment (2018). Volumes 622–623, 1 May 2018, Pages 127-139.
- Benthic invertebrate exposure and chronic toxicity risk analysis for cyclic volatile methylsiloxanes: Comparison of hazard quotient and probabilistic risk assessment approaches
By Woodburn K B, Seston R M, Kim J and Powell D E. Chemosphere (2018). Volume 192, February 2018, Pages 337-347.
- Current Risk Assessment Frameworks Misjudge Risks of Hydrophobic Chemicals
By McLachlan M. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts (2018).Volume 20, issue 1, January 2018, pages 32-37.
- The origin and evolution of assessment criteria for persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic (PBT) chemicals and persistent organic pollutants (POPs)
By Matthies M, Solomon K, Vighi M, Gilman A and Tarazona JV. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts (2016). Volumes 14;18 (9), September 2016, Pages 1114-28.
- Quantitative weight-of-evidence analysis of the persistence, bioaccumulation, toxicity, and potential for long-range transport of the cyclic volatile methyl siloxanes
By Bridges J and Solomon K R. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part B (2016). Volume 19. Pages 345-379