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2004An assessment of the bioaccumulation of estrone in Daphnia magnaGomes, RL; Deacon, HE; Lai, KM; Birkett, JW; Scrimshaw, MD, et al
2000Binding of waterborne steroid estrogens to solid phases in river and estuarine systemsLai, KM; Johnson, KL; Scrimshaw, MD; Lester, JN
2002Biotransformation and bioconcentration of steroid estrogens by Chlorella vulgarisLai, KM; Scrimshaw, MD; Lester, JN
2005Butyltin compounds in a sediment core from the old Tilbury basin, London, UKScrimshaw, MD; Wahlen, R; Catterick, T; Lester, JN
2012Challenges for the development of a biotic ligand model predicting copper toxicity in estuaries and seasde Polo, A; Scrimshaw, MD
2011Comment on "Toxicological relevance of emerging contaminants for drinking water quality" by M. Schriks, M.B. Heringa, M.M.E. van der Kooi, P. de Voogt and A.P. van Wezel [Water Research 44 (2010) 461-476]Scrimshaw, MD
2010A critical review of the formation of mono- and dicarboxylated metabolic intermediates of alkylphenol polyethoxylates during wastewater treatment and their environmental significanceChiu, TY; Paterakis, N; Cartmell, E; Scrimshaw, MD; Lester, JN
2008Defective spermatogenesis: Martin et al. respondLester, JN; Scrimshaw, MD
2007Determination of steroid estrogens in wastewater by high performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometryKoh, YKK; Chiu, TY; Boobis, AR; Cartmell, E; Lester, JN, et al
2012The effectiveness of anaerobic digestion in removing estrogens and nonylphenol ethoxylatesPaterakis, N; Chiu, TY; Koh, YKK; Lester, JN; McAdam, EJ, et al
2009The effectiveness of conventional trickling filter treatment plants at reducing concentrations of copper in wastewatersZiolko, D; Hala, D; Lester, JN; Scrimshaw, MD
2011An evaluation of metal removal during wastewater treatment: The potential to achieve more stringent final effluent standardsZiolko, D; Martin, OV; Scrimshaw, MD; Lester, JN
2005Fate and Behaviour of Alkylphenols and their Poly-ethoxylates in an Activated Sludge PlantKoh, YKK; Lester, JN; Scrimshaw, MD
2009Fate and occurrence of alkylphenolic compounds in sewage sludges determined by liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometryKoh, YKK; Chiu, TY; Paterakis, N; Boobis, A; Scrimshaw, MD, et al
2009Fate of conjugated natural and synthetic steroid estrogens in crude sewage and activated sludge batch studiesScrimshaw, MD; Lester, JN
2013Fate of drugs during wastewater treatmentPetrie, B; McAdam, EJ; Scrimshaw, MD; Lester, JN; Cartmell, E
2011The fate of steroid estrogens: Partitioning during wastewater treatment and onto river sedimentsGomes, RL; Scrimshaw, MD; Cartmell, E; Lester, JN
2011From dishwasher to tap? Xenobiotic substances benzotriazole and tolyltriazole in the environmentScrimshaw, MD; Williams, RJ; Churchley, J; Sumpter, JP
2010Hazard and risk assessment for indirect potable reuse schemes: An approach for use in developing Water Safety PlansDominguez-Chicas, A; Scrimshaw, MD
2005Heavy metal content of vegetables irrigated with mixtures of wastewater and sewage sludge in Zimbabwe: Implications for human healthMuchuweti, M; Birkett, JW; Chinyanga, E; Zvauya, R; Scrimshaw, MD, et al
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