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Analyse de contaminants organiques (herbicides, PCB, OCP, HAP) dans les eaux estuariennes et marines côtières = Organic contaminant analysis (herbicides, PCB, OCP, PAH) in estuarine and coastal marine waters
Tronczynski, J.; Munschy, C.; Héas-Moisan, K.; Guiot, N.; Truquet, I. (2005). Analyse de contaminants organiques (herbicides, PCB, OCP, HAP) dans les eaux estuariennes et marines côtières = Organic contaminant analysis (herbicides, PCB, OCP, PAH) in estuarine and coastal marine waters. Méthodes d'analyse en milieu marin. IFREMER: Plouzané. 52 pp.
Part of: Méthodes d'analyse en milieu marin. Editions IFREMER: Plouzané. ISSN 1637-1844, more

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Keywords
    Dissolved organic matter; Sea water; Suspended particulate matter; Trace metals; Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Tronczynski, J.
  • Munschy, C.
  • Héas-Moisan, K.
  • Guiot, N.
  • Truquet, I.

Abstract
    This document is one in a series of fascicules called "Analytical methods in the marine environment". It presents the analytical methods developed for the quantitative study of some organic contaminants dissolved in sea water and associated with suspended matter. The methods described should enable the analysis of organic contaminants generally found at trace levels of pg/L or ng/L and ng/kg or µg/kg in compartments. Analyses deal with some herbicides like triazines and their degradation by-products, polychlorobiphenyls (PCBs), organochlorine pesticides (OCPs), polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (HAP) sulfur heterocycles (S-HAP) and their alkyl counterparts. Their titration requires special analytical techniques as well as mastery of sample taking and processing (filtration, extraction and purification). These methods are used in the framework of various studies conducted by Ifremer to better identify and understand chemical contamination of the marine environment.

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