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Structure and role of biological communities involved in the transport and transformation of persistent pollutants at the marine AIR-Water Interface (AIRWIN)
Lebaron, P.; Herndl, G.J.; Saliot, A.; Albaiges, J.; Bordat, P.C. (2004). Structure and role of biological communities involved in the transport and transformation of persistent pollutants at the marine AIR-Water Interface (AIRWIN), in: European Conference on Marine Science and Ocean Technology. Celebrating European marine science: building the European research area: communicating marine science, 10th - 13th May 2004, Galway, Ireland: abstract book. pp. 61-62
In: (2004). EurOCEAN 2004: European Conference on Marine Science and Ocean Technology, 10th - 13th May 2004, Galway, Ireland: Abstract book. European Commission: Ireland. 238 pp., more
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Lebaron, P.; Herndl, G.J.; Saliot, A.; Albaiges, J.; Bordat, P.C. (2007). Structure and role of biological communities involved in the transport and transformation of persistent pollutants at the marine AIR-Water Interface (AIRWIN), in: Cieslikiewicz, W. et al. (Ed.) Proceedings of the EurOCEAN 2004: European Conference on Marine Science & Ocean Technology: Celebrating European marine science; building the European research area; communicating marine science, Galway, Ireland, 10-13 May 2004. pp. 219-220, more

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Keywords
    Pollution > Water pollution > Marine pollution
    Transport
    Europe Coasts [Marine Regions]
    Marine/Coastal

Authors  Top 
  • Lebaron, P., more
  • Herndl, G.J., more
  • Saliot, A.
  • Albaiges, J.
  • Bordat, P.C.

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