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STATE OF THE ART AND FUTURE CHALLENGES FOR POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS IS SEDIMENTS: SOURCES, FATE, BIOAVAILABILITY AND REMEDIATION TECHNIQUES
Maletic, S.P., J.M. Beljin, S.D. Roncevic, M.G. Grgic, and B.D. Dalmacija.
Journal of Hazardous Materials 365:467-482(2019)

PAH sources and fates in sediments, remediation techniques, bioavailability, bioaccessibility analytical methods, and European Union regulations for PAH contamination are discussed in this publication. Further investigation is recommended on risk assessment, remediation, and monitoring as well as how to incorporate findings into new legislation.



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