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  1. The bioaccumulation of some heavy metals in coaster waters directly affects the ecosystem and human beings. Thus, the objectives of this study are to evaluate the interaction between fish and coastal water and...

    Authors: Raymond L. Njinga, Adebiyi S. Adebayo and Ayodele P. Olufemi
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:85
  2. Risks of adverse ecological effects of copper (Cu) consider of water quality parameters were not fully understood in China. Here, a national-scale exposure of Cu in Chinese surface water was investigated, and ...

    Authors: Wei Liao, Yutao Zheng, Chenglian Feng, Wenjun Zhong, Ziwei Zhu, Huiyu Xie, Wenpan Li, Xiaowei Jin and John P. Giesy
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:84
  3. The public understanding of environmental issues, such as chemical pollution due to flooding, is reflected and shaped by media representations and how these issues are framed. This study aims to identify how l...

    Authors: Carolin Völker, Thomas Friedrich, Matthias W. Kleespies, Oskar Marg and Sabrina Schiwy
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:83
  4. Cytokinin oxidase/dehydrogenase (CKX) is a key regulatory enzyme for the irreversible degradation of the plant hormone cytokinin (CK), which is important in growth and development and response to abiotic stres...

    Authors: Mengyue Liu, Yupeng Cui, Fanjia Peng, Shuai Wang, Ruifeng Cui, Xiaoyu Liu, Yuexin Zhang, Hui Huang, Yapeng Fan, Tiantian Jiang, Xixian Feng, Yuqian Lei, Kesong Ni, Mingge Han, Wenhua Chen, Yuan Meng…
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:82
  5. Freshwater ecosystem degradation and biodiversity decline are strongly associated with intensive agricultural practices. Simultaneously occurring agricultural stressors can interact in complex ways, preventing...

    Authors: Marie V. Brasseur, Dominik Buchner, Leoni Mack, Verena C. Schreiner, Ralf B. Schäfer, Florian Leese and Christoph Mayer
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:81
  6. Beyond climate change, the planet faces several other environmental challenges that are at least as threatening, such as the loss of biodiversity. In each case, the problems are driven by similar factors, such...

    Authors: Felix Ekardt, Philipp Günther, Katharina Hagemann, Beatrice Garske, Katharine Heyl and Raphael Weyland
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:80
  7. The United Nations Food Systems Summit and the European Green Deal have prompted various policy and regulatory initiatives aiming to transition agricultural practices to become more sustainable. An array of ag...

    Authors: Laura Green, Elise Webb, Elizabeth Johnson, Sarah Wynn and Christian Bogen
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:79

    The Correction to this article has been published in Environmental Sciences Europe 2024 36:16

  8. Current regulatory discussions about microplastics are often questioned based on a lack of data indicating high ecotoxic hazards of these particles within standard and recognized definitions. Moreover, there i...

    Authors: Anderson Abel de Souza Machado, Nesar Ghadernezhad and Justyna Wolinska
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:78
  9. Disinfectants and preservatives used as biocides may contain or release active substances (a.s.) that can form by-products with the surrounding matrices during their application which may be released into the ...

    Authors: Muhammad Usman, Michael Hüben, Stefan Hahn, Stefanie Wieck, Anja Kehrer-Berger, Volker Linnemann and Thomas Wintgens
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:77
  10. Misinformation has always existed, but it became a major preoccupation during the COVID-19 pandemic due to its ability to affect public health choices, decisions, and policy. In their article, “Misinformation ...

    Authors: Michael N. Antoniou, Claire Robinson, Irina Castro and Angelika Hilbeck
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:76
  11. Increasing production and use of chemicals and awareness of their impact on ecosystems and humans has led to large interest for broadening the knowledge on the chemical status of the environment and human heal...

    Authors: Juliane Hollender, Emma L. Schymanski, Lutz Ahrens, Nikiforos Alygizakis, Frederic Béen, Lubertus Bijlsma, Andrea M. Brunner, Alberto Celma, Aurelie Fildier, Qiuguo Fu, Pablo Gago-Ferrero, Ruben Gil-Solsona, Peter Haglund, Martin Hansen, Sarit Kaserzon, Anneli Kruve…
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:75
  12. We conducted a comprehensive investigation into the protective roles of boron (B) against trichloroacetic acid (TCA)-induced hepatotoxicity by assessing TCA exposure in vivo and exploring the potential mechani...

    Authors: Chong Wang, Ying Shi, Wen Gu, Chao Wang, Yongjun Xu, Li Li, Lixia Zhang, Shaoping Zhang, Hong Zhi, Hongjie Ruan, Jian Kong, Lian Duan and Song Tang
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:74
  13. Lifetime (or long-term) exposure to air pollution has been linked to an increased risk of premature death. This association might persist even at low air pollutant concentrations level. The objective was to de...

    Authors: Ondřej Machaczka, Vítězslav Jiřík, Tereza Janulková, Jiří Michalík, Grzegorz Siemiatkowski, Leszek Osrodka, Ewa Krajny and Jan Topinka
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:73
  14. Information on transformation and persistence of chemical substances in the environment is important for hazard and risk assessment within a regulatory context or as a decision criterion in a safe and sustaina...

    Authors: Silvia Berkner and Ute Brandt
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:72
  15. Toxicity of single pollutants or microplastics (MPs) on organisms have been widely reported. However, their combined toxicity with boron has not been investigated. This study examined effects of individual pol...

    Authors: Jian Yang, Samaneh Karbalaei, Shallal M. Hussein, Ahmad Fahad Ahmad, Tony R. Walker and Kobra Salimi
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:71
  16. The aim of environmental risk assessment (ERA) for pesticides is to protect ecosystems by ensuring that specific protection goals (SPGs) are met. The ERA follows a prospective tiered approach, starting with th...

    Authors: Duquesne Sabine, Brendel Stephan, Hönemann Linda, Konschak Marco, Solé Magali, Wogram Joern and Pieper Silvia
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:70
  17. Tetrabromobisphenol A (TBBPA) can be characterized as an endocrine-disrupting chemical (EDCs). It has been widely used as a brominated flame retardant in industrial products. EDCs have effects on female reprod...

    Authors: Myoungjoo Koo, Inyoung Kang, Jin Hyun Jun and Jaewang Lee
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:69
  18. This study investigated the potential of utilizing both the draw and feed solutions resulting from fertilizer drawn forward osmosis for hydroponic crop cultivation. Synthetic brackish groundwater of 2500 ppm w...

    Authors: Mohamed Bassiouny, Yasmine Abdel Maksoud, Fahad Kimera, Khaled Bahader and Hani Sewilam
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:68
  19. Persistence assessment is a cornerstone of chemical hazard and risk assessment in numerous regulatory frameworks, as the longevity of a substance in the environment relates to exposure and ultimately the risk ...

    Authors: Alberto Martin-Aparicio, Louise Camenzuli, Christopher Hughes, Emma Pemberton, David Saunders, Neil Wang and Delina Y. Lyon
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:67
  20. High soil evaporation levels are a major contributor to loss of soil moisture in arid and semiarid regions globally. Therefore, it is important to use effective measures to slow the evaporation from farmland s...

    Authors: Weiying Feng, Tengke Wang, Fang Yang, Rui Cen, Haiqing Liao and Zhongyi Qu
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:66
  21. Worldwide observations point to a two-stage theory of disease called Toxicant-Induced Loss of Tolerance (TILT): Stage I, Initiation by an acute high-level or repeated lower-level chemical exposures, followed by S...

    Authors: Claudia S. Miller, Raymond F. Palmer, David Kattari, Shahir Masri, Nicholas A. Ashford, Rodolfo Rincon, Roger B. Perales, Carl Grimes and Dana R. Sundblad
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:65
  22. Membrane filtration exhibit operational limitations such as biofouling, which leads to concentration polarization and reduces permeability and selectivity, despite advantages such as low operating cost, high s...

    Authors: Atef El Jery, Amimul Ahsan, Saad Sh. Sammen, Abdallah Shanableh, Dinesh Sain, Andrés Alexis Ramírez-Coronel, Md. Alhaz Uddin, Mohammed Abdul Jaleel Maktoof, Md. Shafiquzzaman and Nadhir Al-Ansari
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:64
  23. Fungicides are frequently used in agriculture and can enter freshwater ecosystems through multiple pathways. The negative impacts of fungicides on microorganisms, fungi in particular, and their functions such ...

    Authors: Romana K. Salis, Verena C. Schreiner, Andrey Rozenberg, Katharina Ohler, Patrick Baudy-Groh, Ralf B. Schäfer and Florian Leese
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:62
  24. Contamination of heavy metals and antibiotics would threaten the water and soil resources. Phytoremediation can be potentially used to remediate metal and antibiotics contaminated sites. The current study was ...

    Authors: Mohammed Taha Moustafa Hussien Hamad
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:61
  25. In recent years, taking medicine has been increasing around the world due to population growth and the spread of disease. Antibiotics as a kind of these medicines include about 10 to 15% of drug consumption. S...

    Authors: Saber Babaee Zadvarzi and Ali Akbar Amooey
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:60
  26. Although green technology innovation is an important means to balance the environment and economy, few studies have analyzed the employment effects of green technology innovation in developing countries. There...

    Authors: Ziwen He, Ziyang Chen and Xiao Feng
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:59
  27. Because of global climate change, extreme flood events are expected to increase in quantity and intensity in the upcoming decades. In catchments affected by ore mining, flooding leads to the deposition of fine...

    Authors: Alexandra Weber, Stefanie Wolf, Nadine Becker, Leonie Märker-Neuhaus, Piero Bellanova, Catrina Brüll, Henner Hollert, Elena-Maria Klopries, Holger Schüttrumpf and Frank Lehmkuhl
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:58
  28. The default values in the models used for environmental risk assessment are mostly more than a decade old. Market developments, structural and legal changes lead to adaptions of animal husbandry and manure man...

    Authors: Julia Steinhoff-Wagner, Rafael Hernán Mateus-Vargas, Ruth Haupt and Céline Heinemann
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:57
  29. The drastic change in an ecosystem as a threshold phenomenon caused by abrupt changes in environmental conditions is a focus of current ecological research. However, the study of ecological thresholds has gene...

    Authors: Jingyi Chen, Shuping Wang, Zhenguang Yan, Xin Zhao, Meiping Feng, Jing Wang and Quan Zhou
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:56
  30. The need for sustainable production, efficient use of resources, energy efficiency and reduction in CO2 emission are currently the main drivers that are transforming the European process industry besides Industry...

    Authors: Tugce Akyazi, Aitor Goti, Felix Bayón, Michael Kohlgrüber and Antonius Schröder
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:54
  31. Pyrethroids have been widely used in the United States and worldwide. Few studies examined the effect of pyrethroids exposure on sleep problems among adolescents.

    Authors: Long Zhou, Guangzhen Li, Xia Chen, Lei Zuo, Mingliang Liu, Chunxia Jing, Li Chen, Haiyan Chen, Sihui Peng and Guang Hao
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:53
  32. Freshwater is an essential resource used to generate electricity at coal-fired power plants. Previous literature has shown that a few states in Malaysia will face a high risk of water stress. Hence, coal-fired...

    Authors: Nurul Hani Mardi, Lee Woen Ean, Marlinda Abdul Malek, Kok Hua Chua and Ali Najah Ahmed
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:52
  33. Glyphosate (GLY), the most widely used herbicide in the world, is frequently detected in various environmental matrices, including soil, the foundation of agriculture. In practice, more than 2000 GLY-based her...

    Authors: Szandra Klátyik, Gergely Simon, Marianna Oláh, Robin Mesnage, Michael N. Antoniou, Johann G. Zaller and András Székács
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:51
  34. Urban streams are characterised by species-poor and frequently disturbed communities. The recovery of heavily polluted urban streams is challenging but the simple community structure makes recolonisation patte...

    Authors: Svenja M. Gillmann, Daniel Hering and Armin W. Lorenz
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:49
  35. Non-native species can have significant negative impacts on the environment, economies, and amongst others, also human Non-native species can have significant negative impacts on the environment, economies, an...

    Authors: Phillip J. Haubrock, Paride Balzani, Rafael Macêdo and Ali Serhan Tarkan
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:48
  36. Groundwater and soil contaminated with arsenic (As) are significant environmental health concerns worldwide and have become a serious health issue for millions of Bangladeshis. This contaminated groundwater is...

    Authors: Md. Shazzadur Rahman, A. H. M. Selim Reza, Md. Abu Bakar Siddique, Md. Ahedul Akbor and Mehedi Hasan
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:47
  37. There is limited evidence supporting a relationship of ambient particulate matter (PM), especially PM1, with hospital admissions, hospital costs, and length of hospital stay (LOS) due to cardiovascular disease (C...

    Authors: Wenyong Zhou, Zexuan Wen, Wenjia Peng, Xinyu Wang, Minyi Yang, Weibing Wang, Jing Wei and Haiyan Xiong
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:46
  38. In this work, the elimination of methyl blue (MB) acidic dye from an aqueous solution was investigated using two types of modified montmorillonite. One was modified with dimethyl benzyl hydrogenated tallow amm...

    Authors: Nazeeha S. Alkayal, Sobhy E. Elsilk, Abeer S. Elsherbiny and Nehal A. Salahuddin
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:45
  39. Odor issues occurring in drinking water have been a big challenge to face for water suppliers globally, which highly commend to develop quick or on-site odor detection tools for the management of odor problems...

    Authors: Xinying Chang, Fuguo Qiu, Chunmiao Wang, Yaohan Qian, Yongxin Zhang, Qingyuan Guo, Qi Wang, Shihao Wang, Min Yang and Jianwei Yu
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:44
  40. Biological invasions threaten the functioning of ecosystems, biodiversity, and human well-being by degrading ecosystem services and eliciting massive economic costs. The European Union has historically been a ...

    Authors: Morgane Henry, Brian Leung, Ross N. Cuthbert, Thomas W. Bodey, Danish A. Ahmed, Elena Angulo, Paride Balzani, Elizabeta Briski, Franck Courchamp, Philip E. Hulme, Antonín Kouba, Melina Kourantidou, Chunlong Liu, Rafael L. Macêdo, Francisco J. Oficialdegui, David Renault…
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:43
  41. Exposure to pesticides may cause adaptation not only in agricultural pests and pathogens, but also in non-target organisms. Previous studies mainly searched for adaptations in non-target organisms in pesticide...

    Authors: Anke Schneeweiss, Verena C. Schreiner, Matthias Liess, Nina Röder, Klaus Schwenk and Ralf B. Schäfer
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:41
  42. Lately scientific and societal concern has emerged about persistent (P), mobile (M) and toxic (T) chemicals. Such chemicals, like some polyfluoroalkyl acids (PFAAs), are of concern due to their high mobility a...

    Authors: Julia Hartmann, Emiel Rorije, Pim N. H. Wassenaar and Eric Verbruggen
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:40
  43. Intensive agriculture, including pesticides, is one of the many reasons for pollinator decline. The EU legislation on plant protection products (hereon pesticides) demands that the risks of active substances a...

    Authors: Lotta Kaila, Léo Despains, Danae Nyckees, Marjaana Toivonen, Marja Jalli and Olli J. Loukola
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:39
  44. Flavonols play important roles in antioxidation and anticancer activities, longevity, and cardiovascular protection. Flavonol synthase (FLS) is a key enzyme for flavonol synthesis.

    Authors: Mingge Han, Ruifeng Cui, Yupeng Cui, Junjuan Wang, Shuai Wang, Tiantian Jiang, Hui Huang, Yuqian Lei, Xiaoyu Liu, Cun Rui, Yapeng Fan, Yuexin Zhang, Kesong Ni, Liangqing Sun, Xiugui Chen, Xuke Lu…
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:37
  45. The decision of the German federal government to cease lignite mining until 2038 or—if possible—already earlier until 2030, will cause manifold transition processes in the remaining lignite mining districts of...

    Authors: Werner Gerwin, Thomas Raab, Klaus Birkhofer, Christoph Hinz, Peter Letmathe, Michael Leuchner, Martina Roß-Nickoll, Thomas Rüde, Katja Trachte, Frank Wätzold and Frank Lehmkuhl
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:36

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