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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
2007The impact of process variables on the removal of PBDEs and NPEOs during simulated activated sludge treatmentLangford, KH; Scrimshaw, MD; Lester, JN
2009Influence of operating parameters on the biodegradation of steroid estrogens and nonylphenolic compounds during biological wastewater treatment processesChiu, TY; Boobis, AR; Scrimshaw, MD; Bagnall, JP; Soares, A, et al
2001Multivariate analysis of U.K. salt marsh sediment contaminant data with reference to the significance of PCB contamination.Scrimshaw, MD; Lester, JN
2011Occurrence and removal of emerging contaminants in wastewatersScrimshaw, MD; Chaudhary, AJ; Janna, Hussein
1996Organochlorine contamination of UK Essex coast salt marsh sedimentsScrimshaw, MD; Bubb, JM; Lester, JN
2005The partitioning of alkylphenolic surfactants and polybrominated diphenyl ether flame retardants in activated sludge batch testsLangford, KH; Scrimshaw, MD; Birkett, JW; Lester, JN
2005The partitioning of alkylphenolic surfactants and polybrominated diphenyl ether flame retardants in activated sludge batch tests. Chemosphere, 61, 1221-1230Langford, KH; Scrimshaw, MD; Birkett, JW; Lester, JN
2013Performance of UK wastewater treatment works with respect to trace contaminantsJones, V; Comber, S; Scrimshaw, MD; Coello-Garcia, T; Cartmell, E, et al
2011The pharmaceutical use of permethrin: Sources and behavior during municipal sewage treatmentTurner, T; Cartmell, E; Lester, JN; Casse, F; Comber, SDW, et al
2003Public perceptions and attitudes towards a current managed realignment scheme: Brancaster West Marsh, North Norfolk, U.K.Myatt, LB; Scrimshaw, MD; Lester, JN
2005Receiver operating characteristic analysis for environmental diagnosis. A potential application to endocrine disruptor screening : In vitro estrogenicity bioassaysMartin, OV; Lai, KM; Scrimshaw, MD; Lester, JN
2010Removal of steroid estrogens in carbonaceous and nitrifying activated sludge processesMcAdam, EJ; Bagnall, JP; Koh, YKK; Chiu, TY; Pollard, S, et al
2013Removal processes for tributyltin during municipal wastewater treatmentScrimshaw, MD; Hala, D; Okiemute, AE; Cartmell, E; Lester, JN
2008A sensitive and robust method for the determination of alkylphenol polyethoxylates and their carboxylic acids and their transformation in a trickling filter wastewater treatment plantKoh, YKK; Chiu, TY; Boobis, AR; Cartmell, E; Pollard, SJT, et al
2012The significance of hazardous chemicals in wastewater treatment works effluentsGardner, M; Comber, S; Scrimshaw, MD; Cartmell, E; Lester, J, et al
2009The significance of sample mass in the analysis of steroid estrogens in sewage sludges and the derivation of partition coefficients in wastewatersChiu, TY; Kohb, YKK; Paterakis, N; Boobis, AR; Cartmell, E, et al
2005Simultaneous determination of natural and synthetic steroid estrogens and their conjugates in aqueous matrices by liquid chromatography / mass spectrometryGomes, RL; Birkett, JW; Scrimshaw, MD; Lester, JN
2014Speciation and fate of copper in sewage treatment works with and without tertiary treatment: The effect of return flowsInna, D; Lester, JN; Scrimshaw, MD; Cartmell, E
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