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Bacterio-plankton transformation of diazepam and 2-amino-5-chlorobenzophenone in river waters.
Benzodiazepines are a large class of commonly-prescribed drugs used to treat a variety of clinical disorders. They have been shown to produce ecological effects at environmental concentrations, making understanding their ...
Evaluation of a closed-system cytotoxic transfer device in a pharmaceutical isolator.
PURPOSE: The occupational risk associated with handling of cytotoxic anticancer drugs is well documented and, in many countries, pharmaceutical isolators are used to contain cytotoxic residues during preparation of cytotoxic ...
Shaping the role of 'fast' and 'slow' drivers of change in forest-shrubland socio-ecological systems.
The temporal speeds and spatial scales at which ecosystem processes operate are often at odds with the scale and speed at which natural resources such as soil, water and vegetation are managed those. Scale mismatches often ...