Affiliation: Norwegian Institute for Agricultural and Environmental Research
- Municipal landfill leachates: a significant source for new and emerging pollutantsTrine Eggen
Bioforsk, Vest Saerheim, Norwegian Institute for Agricultural and Environmental Research, Postveien 213, N 4353 Klepp st, Norway
Sci Total Environ 408:5147-57. 2010..Thus, the present study has shown that municipal landfill leachates may represent a significant source of concern for legacy, new and emerging chemicals in groundwater...
- Antidiabetic II drug metformin in plants: uptake and translocation to edible parts of cereals, oily seeds, beans, tomato, squash, carrots, and potatoesTrine Eggen
Bioforsk, Norwegian Institute for Agricultural and Environmental Research, Postveien 213, Norway
J Agric Food Chem 60:6929-35. 2012....
- Uptake and translocation of metformin, ciprofloxacin and narasin in forage- and crop plantsTrine Eggen
Bioforsk, Norwegian Institute for Agricultural and Environmental Research, Postveien 213, N 4353 Klepp st, Norway
Chemosphere 85:26-33. 2011..02-0.04) while the accumulation in turnip rape seeds was as high as 1.5. All three pharmaceuticals produced negative effects on growth and development of carrots when grown in soil concentration of 6-10 mg kg(-1) dry weight...
- Bioassay-directed identification of toxic organic compounds in creosote-contaminated groundwaterThomas Hartnik
Bioforsk Norwegian Institute for Agricultural and Environmental Research, Frederik A Dahls vei 20, Norway
Chemosphere 66:435-43. 2007..Additionally, benzenes and N-heterocyclics (e.g., alkylated quinolines) should be assessed...
- Effects of zero-valent iron (Fe0) and temperature on the transformation of DDT and its metabolites in lake sedimentTrine Eggen
Jordforsk Norwegian Centre for Soil and Environmental Research, c o The Norwegian Crop Research Institute, Postveien 213, Klepp St 4353, Norway
Chemosphere 62:1116-25. 2006..This study demonstrates the ability of adapted microorganisms to transform DDT under elevated temperatures in original, aged sediments, and also the stimulating effect of zero-valent iron, which is significant even at low temperatures...