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2010EU-wide Enviromental and Exposure Monitoring of Dioxins, PCBS and Other Persistent Organic Pullutants (POPs) in Butter and Correlations to Published Air DataUMLAUF Gunther; MARIANI Giulio; AMALFITANO Lara; VIVES I.; MUELLER Anne; SKEJO Helle; WEISS JANAContributions to Conferences
2011EU-wide environmental monitoring of Persistent Organic Pollutants using butter as biomonitoring matrixWEISS JANA; MARIANI Giulio; AMALFITANO Lara; VIVES-RUBIO Ingrid; MUELLER Anne; SKEJO Helle; UMLAUF GuntherContributions to Conferences
2009HRGC-HRMS Multi-Residual POPs Analysis Method On A Novel Automated Clean Up SystemMARIANI Giulio; AMALFITANO Lara; MANNI Andrea; MUELLER Anne; SKEJO Helle; UMLAUF GuntherContributions to Conferences
2009Releases of PCDD/Fs, PCBs, PAHs and HCB Through Bottom Ashes from Brick Kilns Operating with Different Kind of Fuels - Results from a Pilot Study in Mexico - A Contribution to the Update and Review of the Standardized Toolkit for Identification and Quantification of Dioxin and Furan ReleasesUMLAUF Gunther; AMALFITANO Lara; MARIANI Giulio; MUELLER Anne; SKEJO Helle; VIVES-RUBIO Ingrid; CARDENAS Beatriz; ORTUNO Teresa; BLANCO Salvador; SERRANO Julia, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Socs in the River Danube From Germany to The Black Sea: Compliance Checking For Priority Substances Subject to the European Water Framework DirectiveUMLAUF Gunther; AMALFITANO Lara; CHRISTOPH Helmut Eugen; HUBER Tania; MARIANI Giulio; MUELLER Anne; SKEJO Helle; WOLLGAST JanContributions to Conferences
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