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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. Several large-scale studies revealed impacts and risks for aquatic communities of small rural lakes and streams due to pesticides in agricultural landscapes. It appears that pesticide risk assessment based on ...

    Authors: Silvia Mohr, Stefan Meinecke, Michael Feibicke, Sabine Duquesne, Tobias Frische and René Sahm
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:35
  11. Environmental hypersensitivity/intolerance is considered closely related to allergic diseases. To understand these conditions, the environmental intolerances and symptoms of patients with multiple chemical sen...

    Authors: Atsushi Mizukoshi, Sachiko Hojo, Kenichi Azuma, Masami Mizuki, Mikio Miyata, Hideo Ogura, Kou Sakabe, Naomi Tsurikisawa, Chiyako Oshikata and Jiro Okumura
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:32
  12. For more than 20 years, restoration measures have been conducted on watercourses in Germany to increase habitat diversity and thus promote biodiversity. However, their ecological efficacy often proved to be li...

    Authors: Denise Jasmin Brettschneider, Taschina Spring, Moritz Blumer, Lukas Welge, Andrea Dombrowski, Ulrike Schulte-Oehlmann, Andrea Sundermann, Matthias Oetken and Jörg Oehlmann
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:31
  13. Integrative passive samplers, such as DGT (Diffusive Gradients in Thin-films), are identified in European Technical Guidance Documents as promising tools to improve the quality of the assessment, in the contex...

    Authors: Isabelle Amouroux, Jean-Louis Gonzalez, Stephane Guesdon, María Jesús Belzunce-Segarra, Philippe Bersuder, Thi Bolam, Miguel Caetano, Margarida Correia Dos Santos, Joana Larreta, Luc Lebrun, Barbara Marras, Vanessa Millán Gabet, Brendan McHugh, Iratxe Menchaca, Florence Menet-Nédélec, Natalia Montero…
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:29
  14. The successive FLEHS campaigns assess internal exposure to pollutants and associated early biological and health effects in participants of different age groups.

    Authors: Nicolas van Larebeke, Gudrun Koppen, Sam De Craemer, Ann Colles, Liesbeth Bruckers, Elly Den Hond, Eva Govarts, Bert Morrens, Thomas Schettgen, Sylvie Remy, Dries Coertjens, Tim Nawrot, Vera Nelen, Willy Baeyens and Greet Schoeters
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:28
  15. New genomic techniques (NGTs) allow new genotypes and traits to be developed in different ways and with different outcomes compared to previous genetic engineering methods or conventional breeding (including n...

    Authors: Franziska Koller, Meike Schulz, Matthias Juhas, Andreas Bauer-Panskus and Christoph Then
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:27
  16. Malachite green a typical organic dye containing triarylmethane, is discharged in wastewater by textile and leather manufacturing plants. MG can pollute the environment, and it represents a major hazard to hum...

    Authors: Mohammed Taha Moustafa Hussien Hamad
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:26
  17. This study investigates powering Ghana’s future: unraveling the dynamics of electricity generation and the path to sustainable energy by estimating endogenous parameters and employing an unrestricted Vector Au...

    Authors: Sampson Agyapong Atuahene and Qian Xu Sheng
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:25
  18. Stone wool is an inorganic mineral insulation material increasingly used to reduce the climate impact of buildings. The acute and chronic ecotoxicological potential of stone wool eluates have been studied in a...

    Authors: Esther Smollich, Eberhard Döbbeler, Tina Müller-Geipel, Lars Stratmann, Christoph Koch, Valentina I. Merkus, Kathrin Kostka, Denis V. Okhrimenko, Mette Solvang, Milen Nachev, Sonja Zimmermann, Torsten C. Schmidt and Bernd Sures
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:24
  19. Insecticides are applied on a large scale in the environment to control the oak processionary moth (Thaumetopoea processionea) for the protection of human health. Drift of the insecticides to non-target areas is ...

    Authors: Tina Langkamp-Wedde, Dirk Rautmann, Dieter von Hörsten, Jan-Uwe Niemann and Jens Karl Wegener
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:23
  20. The EU Commission published on the 26th of October 2022 its proposal for amending three central water management Directives, the Water Framework Directive, the Groundwater Directive, and the Directive on Envir...

    Authors: Thomas Backhaus
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:22
  21. Pesticide contamination to water, continues to raise ecotoxicological and human concerns. Studying the application of green adsorbents for removing pesticides from water can significantly reduce ecotoxicologic...

    Authors: Lartey-Young George, Limin Ma, Weiwei Zhang and Guodong Yao
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:21
  22. Per- and polyfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS) have received increasing scientific and political attention in recent years. Several thousand commercially produced compounds are used in numerous products and ...

    Authors: Hubertus Brunn, Gottfried Arnold, Wolfgang Körner, Gerd Rippen, Klaus Günter Steinhäuser and Ingo Valentin
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:20

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  23. Environmental contamination of rubber from waste tyres poses a risk to the environment. Rubber particles from tyres enter the environment due to the abrasiveness of the road surface. The aim of the scientific ...

    Authors: Dagmar Samešová, Juraj Poništ, Helena Hybská, Adam Pochyba, Marián Schwarz and Jozef Salva
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:19
  24. The interactions between rhizosphere microbial community and ephemeral desert plants strongly affect the ecological protection, restoration and reconstruction in deserts. Ephemeral desert plants as the pioneer...

    Authors: Yang Yang, Weiguo Liu, Tingwen Huang and Yaru Yang
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:18
  25. Maleic acid polymer scale inhibitor is a new domestic seawater desalination scale inhibitor. This study tested the acute oral toxicity, sub-chronic toxicity and genotoxicity of this new inhibitor. The LD50 obtain...

    Authors: Lian Duan, Yimin Li, Wen Gu, Chao Wang, Ying Shi, Hongbin Yang, Mengmeng Wang, Yuehan Long, Song Tang, Jian Kong, Shaoping Zhang, Lixia Zhang, Lei Wei, Chong Wang and Kai Lu
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:17
  26. This paper describes a straightforward modeling procedure to derive ‘expected risk’ (ER) of chemical substances. Starting from proposed use volumes, intended uses, physical and chemical substance properties and t...

    Authors: Dik van de Meent, Dick de Zwart, Jaap Struijs, Joop L. M. Hermens, Nico M. van Straalen, Klaas H. den Haan, John R. Parsons, Pim de Voogt and Kees van Leeuwen
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:16
  27. Extreme weather events and natural disasters such as floods can cause severe damage and impacts on catchment systems covering natural as well as urban, industrial or agricultural areas. Thus, floods often lead...

    Authors: Christina A. Schwanen, Jan Müller, Philipp Schulte and Jan Schwarzbauer
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:15
  28. In Europe, genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are subject to an authorization process including a mandatory risk assessment. According to the respective guidance by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)...

    Authors: Rafael Fonseca Benevenuto, Caroline Bedin Zanatta, Friedrich Waßmann, Michael F. Eckerstorfer and Sarah Zanon Agapito-Tenfen
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:14
  29. Researchers are focused on the global issue of plastic contamination in agricultural soils because of the known effects of plastics on the soil ecosystem. Previous reviews did not pay attention to plastic sour...

    Authors: Ibrahim Sa’adu and Andrea Farsang
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:13
  30. Laboratory tests and column tests were carried out in a waterwoks to investigate the removal of short- and long-chain PFAS using activated carbon filtration and ion exchange treatment. For all adsorbents, the ...

    Authors: Marcel Riegel, Brigitte Haist-Gulde and Frank Sacher
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:12
  31. Replacing hazardous chemicals with safer alternatives is essential for a toxic-free environment. To avoid regrettable substitution, a comparison of the entire spectrum of potential impacts of the candidate for...

    Authors: Monika Nendza, Stefan Hahn, Michael Klein, Ursula Klaschka and Silke Gabbert
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:11
  32. The objective is to achieve the goal of carbon neutrality, controlling CO2 emissions is a primary problem to be solved in the current environmental protection field. Eliminating the environmental pollution of dye...

    Authors: Song Wang, Tingting Zhang, Jiaxin Li, Yumeng Hua, Jiali Dou, Xuecheng Chen and Sanxi Li
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:9
  33. Agricultural products are frequently co-contaminated by mycotoxins and pesticides. Most studies have only focused on the single toxicities of these chemicals, while their combined effects are neglected. Theref...

    Authors: Shuai Zhang, Xuan Liu, Lu Lv, Chuande Liu, Ting Luo, Hongmei Zhu, Jinjie Zhang and Yanhua Wang
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:8
  34. The release of hazardous compounds from construction products can harm human health and the environment. To improve the sustainability of construction materials, the leaching of substances from construction pr...

    Authors: Ines Heisterkamp, Stefan Gartiser, Ute Schoknecht, Oliver Happel, Ute Kalbe, Martina Kretzschmar and Outi Ilvonen
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:7
  35. The COVID-19 pandemic has had many deep social and economic impacts that go beyond health issues. One consequence is that the pandemic has made it even harder to mobilize the financial resources needed to purs...

    Authors: Walter Leal Filho, Aprajita Minhas, Birgit Schmook, Sofia Mardero, Ayyoob Sharifi, Shlomit Paz, Marina Kovaleva, Maria Cristina Albertini and Antonis Skouloudis
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:6
  36. In 2020, the European Commission published the Chemical Strategy for Sustainability (CSS) in which it aims to increase the level of protection for human health and the environment from hazardous chemicals. Par...

    Authors: Romain Figuière, Flora Borchert, Ian T. Cousins and Marlene Ågerstrand
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:5
  37. Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common arrhythmia, resulting in serious cardiovascular diseases. Air pollution may cause heart rate disturbance, but there is no clear or consistent evidence that short-ter...

    Authors: Chengwei Lin, Jia Li, Wanyanhan Jiang, Xi Gao, Yi He and Lian Yang
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:4
  38. Large numbers of chemicals and products thereof are used in our daily routine to ensure a good quality of life. Substances may even serve as raw materials to produce daily life articles including electronic ha...

    Authors: Laura H. Lütjens, Sascha Pawlowski, Maurizio Silvani, Uwe Blumenstein and Ingo Richter
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:2
  39. Although China has been the main manufacturer and consumer of phthalate esters (PAEs), human health ambient water quality criteria (AWQCs) have not been proposed for these chemicals. In this study, the distrib...

    Authors: Shunhao Ai, Xiaonan Wang, Xiangyun Gao, Qianyun Xu, Ji Li and Zhengtao Liu
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2023 35:1
  40. Agriculture, the world’s most dominant land use type, burdens freshwater biodiversity with a multitude of stressors such as diffuse pollution and hydromorphological alteration. However, it is difficult to dire...

    Authors: Christian Schürings, Christian K. Feld, Jochem Kail and Daniel Hering
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2022 34:124
  41. River basin specific pollutants (RBSPs) are supposedly a key tool to fulfil the EU’s Water Framework Directive (WFD) goal of good ecological status in all European waterbodies. The RBSPs provide a tool to mana...

    Authors: Emma Undeman, Henrik Josefsson, Marlene Ågerstrand, Anna Sobek and Annika Nilsson
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2022 34:123
  42. With effective control of point source pollution, non-point source (NPS) pollution has been widely concerned as the primary reason for the improvement of global water environmental quality. Some bibliometric a...

    Authors: Zi-jian Xie, Chun Ye, Chun-hua Li, Xiao-gang Shi, Ying Shao and Wei Qi
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2022 34:121

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