Professor J. W. Readman
Professor J. W. Readman
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Nanoparticle analysis and characterization methodologies in environmental risk assessment of engineered nanoparticles
M Hassellöv, JW Readman, JF Ranville, K Tiede
Ecotoxicology 17 (5), 344-361, 2008
Petroleum and PAH contamination of the Black Sea
JW Readman, G Fillmann, I Tolosa, J Bartocci, JP Villeneuve, C Catinni, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 44 (1), 48-62, 2002
An integrated biomarker-based strategy for ecotoxicological evaluation of risk in environmental management
MN Moore, MH Depledge, JW Readman, DRP Leonard
Mutation Research/Fundamental and Molecular Mechanisms of Mutagenesis 552 (1 …, 2004
Interactions between climate change and contaminants
D Schiedek, B Sundelin, JW Readman, RW Macdonald
Marine pollution bulletin 54 (12), 1845-1856, 2007
Photolytic degradation of triclosan in freshwater and seawater
K Aranami, JW Readman
Chemosphere 66 (6), 1052-1056, 2007
Petroleum hydrocarbons and trace metals in nearshore Gulf sediments and biota before and after the 1991 war: an assessment of temporal and spatial trends
SW Fowler, JW Readman, B Oregioni, JP Villeneuve, K McKay
Marine Pollution Bulletin 27, 171-182, 1993
Determination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in water by solid-phase microextraction–gas chromatography–mass spectrometry
AJ King, JW Readman, JL Zhou
Analytica Chimica Acta 523 (2), 259-267, 2004
Antifouling paint booster biocides in the UK coastal environment and potential risks of biological effects
KV Thomas, TW Fileman, JW Readman, MJ Waldock
Marine Pollution Bulletin 42 (8), 677-688, 2001
Contamination of Mediterranean (Cote d'Azur) coastal waters by organotins and Irgarol 1051 used in antifouling paints
I Tolosa, JW Readman, A Blaevoet, S Ghilini, J Bartocci, M Horvat
Marine Pollution Bulletin 32 (4), 335-341, 1996
Impact of silver nanoparticle contamination on the genetic diversity of natural bacterial assemblages in estuarine sediments
A Bradford, RD Handy, JW Readman, A Atfield, M Mühling
Environmental Science & Technology 43 (12), 4530-4536, 2009
Improved removal of estrogenic and pharmaceutical compounds in sewage effluent by full scale granular activated carbon: impact on receiving river water
DP Grover, JL Zhou, PE Frickers, JW Readman
Journal of Hazardous Materials 185 (2-3), 1005-1011, 2011
A record of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) pollution obtained from accreting sediments of the Tamar estuary, UK: evidence for non-equilibrium behaviour of PAH
JW Readman, RFC Mantoura, MM Rhead
Science of the Total Environment 66, 73-94, 1987
The physico-chemical speciation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) in aquatic systems
JW Readman, RFC Mantoura, MM Rhead
Fresenius' Zeitschrift für analytische Chemie 319 (2), 126-131, 1984
Changes in the sedimentary organic carbon pool of a fertilized tropical estuary, Guanabara Bay, Brazil: an elemental, isotopic and molecular marker approach
RS Carreira, ALR Wagener, JW Readman, TW Fileman, SA Macko, ...
Marine Chemistry 79 (3-4), 207-227, 2002
Coastal water contamination from a triazine herbicide used in antifouling paints
JW Readman, LLW Kwong, D Grondin, J Bartocci, JP Villeneuve, LD Mee
Environmental science & technology 27 (9), 1940-1942, 1993
Sterols as markers of sewage contamination in a tropical urban estuary (Guanabara Bay, Brazil): space–time variations
RS Carreira, ALR Wagener, JW Readman
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 60 (4), 587-598, 2004
Herbicide contamination of Mediterranean estuarine waters: results from a MED POL pilot survey
JW Readman, TA Albanis, D Barcelo, S Galassi, J Tronczynski, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 26 (11), 613-619, 1993
Rapid assessment of marine pollution using multiple biomarkers and chemical immunoassays
TS Galloway, RC Sanger, KL Smith, G Fillmann, JW Readman, TE Ford, ...
Environmental science & technology 36 (10), 2219-2226, 2002
Aquatic distribution and heterotrophic degradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) in the Tamar Estuary
JW Readman, RFC Mantoura, MM Rhead, L Brown
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 14 (4), 369-389, 1982
Reefs and islands of the Chagos Archipelago, Indian Ocean: why it is the world's largest no‐take marine protected area
CRC Sheppard, M Ateweberhan, BW Bowen, P Carr, CA Chen, C Clubbe, ...
Aquatic Conservation: marine and freshwater ecosystems 22 (2), 232-261, 2012
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