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...
- 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...
- Uptake and translocation of organophosphates and other emerging contaminants in food and forage cropsTrine Eggen
Bioforsk, Norwegian Institute for Agricultural and Environmental Research, Postveien 213, 4353 Klepp St, Norway
Environ Sci Pollut Res Int 20:4520-31. 2013....
- 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....
- 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...