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Why Biodegradable Chemicals Persist in the Environment?: A Look at Bioavailability

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Why Biodegradable Chemicals Persist in the Environment? A Look at Bioavailability. / Ortega-Calvo, J.J.; Stibany, F.; Semple, K.T.; Schaeffer, A.; Parsons, J.R.; Smith, K.E.C.

Bioavailability of Organic Chemicals in Soil and Sediment. ed. / Jose Julio Ortega-Calvo; John Robert Parsons. Cham : Springer, 2020. p. 243-265 (Handbook of Environmental Chemistry; Vol. 100).

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Ortega-Calvo, JJ, Stibany, F, Semple, KT, Schaeffer, A, Parsons, JR & Smith, KEC 2020, Why Biodegradable Chemicals Persist in the Environment? A Look at Bioavailability. in JJ Ortega-Calvo & JR Parsons (eds), Bioavailability of Organic Chemicals in Soil and Sediment. Handbook of Environmental Chemistry, vol. 100, Springer, Cham, pp. 243-265. https://doi.org/10.1007/698_2020_586

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Ortega-Calvo, J. J., Stibany, F., Semple, K. T., Schaeffer, A., Parsons, J. R., & Smith, K. E. C. (2020). Why Biodegradable Chemicals Persist in the Environment? A Look at Bioavailability. In J. J. Ortega-Calvo, & J. R. Parsons (Eds.), Bioavailability of Organic Chemicals in Soil and Sediment (pp. 243-265). (Handbook of Environmental Chemistry; Vol. 100). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/698_2020_586

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Ortega-Calvo JJ, Stibany F, Semple KT, Schaeffer A, Parsons JR, Smith KEC. Why Biodegradable Chemicals Persist in the Environment? A Look at Bioavailability. In Ortega-Calvo JJ, Parsons JR, editors, Bioavailability of Organic Chemicals in Soil and Sediment. Cham: Springer. 2020. p. 243-265. (Handbook of Environmental Chemistry). https://doi.org/10.1007/698_2020_586

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Ortega-Calvo, J.J. ; Stibany, F. ; Semple, K.T. ; Schaeffer, A. ; Parsons, J.R. ; Smith, K.E.C. / Why Biodegradable Chemicals Persist in the Environment? A Look at Bioavailability. Bioavailability of Organic Chemicals in Soil and Sediment. editor / Jose Julio Ortega-Calvo ; John Robert Parsons. Cham : Springer, 2020. pp. 243-265 (Handbook of Environmental Chemistry).

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