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30 years of exposure to Chernobyl originating radionuclides: two case studies on food and wood contamination in the Ukraine

GRL_TR_02-2016Labunska, I., Kashparov, V., Levchuk, S., Lazarev, N., Santillo, D. & Johnston, P. (2016) 30 years of exposure to Chernobyl originating radionuclides: two case studies on food and wood contamination in the Ukraine. Greenpeace Research Laboratories Technical Report 02-2016, February 2016: 18 pp.

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The Bitter Taste of Europe’s Apple Production and how Ecological Solutions can Bloom

bitter taste june 2015Reuter, W. & Cotter, J. (2015)  An Analysis of Pesticides in European Apple Orchards.  Publ. Greenpeace Research Laboratories / Greenpeace Science Unit, UK, June 2015 & Cotter, J., Johnston, P., Santillo, D., van der Sterren, M. & van Bekkem, H. (2015) Ecological Pest Management and Alternative Control for the Most Important Diseases and Pests in Apples.  Edited by Martin Baker. Publ. Greenpeace Netherlands, NDSM-Plein 32, 1033 WB Amsterdam, June 2015: 58 pp.

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Human dietary intake of organohalogen contaminants at e-waste recycling sites in Eastern China.

dietary intake paper 2014Labunska, I., Abdallah, M A.-E., Eulaers, I., Covaci, A., Tao, F., Wang, M., Santillo, D., Johnston, P. & Harrad, S. (2014). Human dietary intake of organohalogen contaminants at e-waste recycling sites in Eastern China. Environment International 74: 209-220 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envint.2014.10.020

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Food as a major source of human exposure to PBDEs around e-waste recycling sites in eastern China.

Labunska, I., Harrad, S., Wang, M., Santillo, D. & Johnston, P. (2014) Food as a major source of human exposure to PBDEs around e-waste recycling sites in eastern China.  Platform presentation at Dioxin 2014, 34th International Symposium on Halogenated Persistent Organic Pollutants, Madrid, August 2014

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