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2012Additional treatment of wastewater reduces endocrine disruption in wild fish-A comparative study of tertiary and advanced treatmentsBaynes, A; Green, C; Nicol, E; Beresford, N; Kanda, R; Henshaw, A; Churchley, J; Jobling, S
17-Apr-2021Detoxification of oil refining effluents by oxidation of naphthenic acids using TAML catalystsPinzón-Espinosa, A; Collins, TJ; Kanda, R
2015Environmental concentrations of anti-androgenic pharmaceuticals do not impact sexual disruption in fish alone or in combination with steroid oestrogensGreen, C; Brian, J; Kanda, R; Scholze, M; Williams, R; Jobling, S
2022Extraction and recovery of metals from Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) using both traditional and designer solventsObukohwo, Aghogho Blessing
18-Jan-2020The formation of disinfection by-products from the chlorination and chloramination of amidesSfynia, C; Bond, T; Kanda, R; Templeton, MR
6-Dec-2016Homogeneous catalysis under ultra-dilute conditions: TAML/NaClO oxidation of persistent metaldehydeKanda, R; Tang, LL; Denardo, MA; Schuler, CJ; Mills, MR; Gayathri, C; Gil, RR; Collins, TJ
1-Oct-2021Identification of known and novel nonpolar endocrine disruptors in human amniotic fluidDusza, HM; Manz, KE; Pennell, KD; Kanda, R; Legler, J
20-Jan-2021Impacts of Extreme Weather Events on Hydromorphology of UK RiversYilmaz, SG; Chaudhary, A; Kanda, R
4-Oct-2019Method Development for Effect-Directed Analysis of Endocrine Disrupting Compounds in Human Amniotic FluidDusza, HM; Janssen, E; Kanda, R; Legler, J
-Naphthenic acids are key contributors to toxicity of heavy oil refining effluentsPinzón-Espinosa, A; Kanda, R
2015Nitrogenous disinfection byproducts in English drinking water supply systems: Occurrence, bromine substitution and correlation analysis.Bond, T; Templeton, MR; Mokhtar Kamal, NH; Graham, N; Kanda, R
2017Predicting the Formation of Haloacetonitriles and Haloacetamides by Simulated Distribution System TestsSfynia, C; Bond, T; Ganidi, N; Kanda, R; Templeton, MR
2015Removal of ecotoxicity of 17α-ethinylestradiol using TAML/peroxide water treatmentMills, MR; Arias-Salazar, K; Baynes, A; Shen, LQ; Churchley, J; Beresford, N; Gayathri, C; Gil, RR; Kanda, R; Jobling, S; Collins, TJ
2015Removal of ecotoxicity of 17α-ethinylestradiol using TAML/peroxide water treatment.Mills, MR; Arias-Salazar, K; Baynes, A; Shen, LQ; Churchley, J; Beresford, N; Gayathri, C; Gil, RR; Kanda, R; Jobling, S; Collins, TJ
2017Removal of priority hazardous pollutants in municipal sewage effluent to meet environmental quality standards of the European Water Framework Directive using TAML ActivatorsKanda, R
25-Feb-2022Simultaneous prediction of trihalomethanes, haloacetic acids, haloacetonitriles and haloacetamides using simulated distribution system testsSfynia, C; Bond, T; Kanda, R; Templeton, M
2021Studies on hydrocarbon pollution in the upstream and downstream areas in the Niger delta region of NigeriaTheophilus, Alaye Tamarautari
2016TAML/H2O2 oxidative degradation of metaldehyde: Pursuing better water treatment for the most persistent pollutants.Tang, LL; DeNardo, MA; Gayathri, C; Gil, RR; Kanda, R; Collins, TJ
2018Unravelling the chemistry behind the toxicity of oil refining effluents: from characterisation to treatmentPinzón-Espinosa, Angela
2016Use of a battery of chemical and ecotoxicological methods for the assessment of the efficacy of wastewater treatment processes to remove estrogenic potencyBeresford, N; Baynes, AL; Kanda, R; Mills, M; Arias-Salazar, K; Collins, TJ; Jobling, S