Willem Bruggeman
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Accumulation and elimination kinetics of di-, tri-and tetra chlorobiphenyls by goldfish after dietary and aqueous exposure
WA Bruggeman, L Martron, D Kooiman, O Hutzinger
Chemosphere 10 (8), 811-832, 1981
2981981
Bioaccumulation of super‐lipophilic chemicals in fish
WA Bruggeman, A Opperhuizen, A Wijbenga, O Hutzinger
Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry 7 (3), 173-189, 1984
2911984
Temperature dependence of Henry's law constants for selected chlorobenzenes, polychlorinated biphenyls and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
TEMT Hulscher, LE Van Der Velde, WA Bruggeman
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 11 (11 …, 1992
2451992
Deriving quality criteria for water and sediment from the results of aquatic toxicity tests and product standards: application of the equilibrium partitioning method
LA Van der Kooij, D Van De Meent, CJ Van Leeuwen, WA Bruggeman
Water Research 25 (6), 697-705, 1991
1851991
Reversed-phase thin-layer chromatography of polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons and chlorinated biphenyls: Relationship with hydrophobicity as measured by aqueous solubility and …
WA Bruggeman, J Van der Steen, O Hutzinger
Journal of Chromatography A 238 (2), 335-346, 1982
1611982
Hydrophobic interactions in the aquatic environment
WA Bruggeman
The Handbook of environmental chemistry 2 (pt B), 29-49, 1982
86*1982
Absorption and retention of polydimethylsiloxanes (silicones) in fish: preliminary experiments
WA Bruggeman, D Weber‐Fung, A Opperhuizen, J VanDerSteen, ...
Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry 7 (4), 287-296, 1984
521984
Setting environmental quality criteria for water and sediment in the Netherlands. A pragmatic ecotoxicological approach
MA Van der Gaag, PBM Stortelder, LA van der Kooij, WA Bruggeman
European Water Management 1 (3), 13-20, 1991
371991
Bioaccumulation of polychlorobiphenyls and related hydrophobic chemicals in fish
WA Bruggeman
Rijkswaterstaat, Rijksinstituut voor Zuivering van Afvalwater, 1983
251983
Sustainable technological development for urban-water cycles
JHJM van der Graaf, HA Meester-Broertjes, WA Bruggeman, EJ Vles
Water Science and Technology 35 (10), 213-220, 1997
221997
Hutzinger 0.(1982) Reversed-phase thin-layer chromatography of polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons and chlorinated biphenyls. Relationship with hydrophobicity as measured by …
WA Bruggeman, J Van Der Steen
J. Chromatogr 238, 335-346, 0
21
Deltascenario’s; verkenning van mogelijke fysieke en sociaaleconomische ontwikkelingen in de 21ste eeuw op basis van KNMI’06 en WLO-scenario’s, voor gebruik in het …
W Bruggeman, M Haasnoot, S Hommes, A Te Linde, R Van der Brugge, ...
Rapport i 204151, 2011
17*2011
Bioaccumulation and transformation of dichlorobiphenyls in fish
WA Bruggeman, WA Dijkhuizen, O Hutzinger
Bioaccumulation of PCBs and related hydrophobic chemicals in fish [Ph.D …, 1983
111983
Cleaning of polluted sediment
GNM Stokman, WA Bruggeman
European Water Pollution Control 5 (5), 25-30, 1995
61995
Deltas for the future: lessons learned from a water innovation programme
P Van der Duin, M Sule, W Bruggeman
Irrigation and Drainage 60 (S1), 122-128, 2011
32011
Occurrence, distribution and availability of PAH in surface waters and sediments
WA Bruggeman, WGH Van der Naald
Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry 16 (4), 241-243, 1988
31988
Reductive dechlorination of chlorobiphenylols by rats
MTM Tulp, WA Bruggeman, O Hutzinger
Experientia 33 (9), 1134-1136, 1977
31977
Sediment remediations: technology development and pilot projects
M FERDINANDY-VAN VLERKEN, W BRUGGEMAN, G STOKMAN
OECD Workshop Mexico 96, 1996
11996
A Simple Model for Evaluating the Fate of Micropollutants In Aquatic Systems
TEM ten Hulscher, WA Bruggeman, M Kroot
European Water Pollution Control, 1 (6), 1991
11991
Risks of toxic compounds in aquatic systems: science and practice
MA Van der Gaag, PBM Stortelder, WA Bruggeman, LA Van der Kooij
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Comparative Pharmacology 100 …, 1991
11991
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