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Series of articles "Chemical and Biological Environmental Monitoring" (CBEM)

With the publication of the position paper "Substance-related environmental monitoring" in Environ Sci Pollut Res (2009, 16: 486-498), the series of articles "Chemical and Biological Environmental Monitoring" was introduced, in which numerous articles by AK members have since been published.


W. Kördel, H. Garelick, BM Gawlik, NG Kandile, WJ Peijnenburg WJ, H. Rüdel:
Substance-related environmental monitoring strategies regarding soil, groundwater and surface water - an overview
(Environ Sci Pollut Res March 2012, Volume 19 DOI: 10.1007 / s11356-013-1531-2 )


H. Rüdel, J. Müller, M. Quack, R. Klein:
Monitoring of hexabromocyclododecane diastereomers in fish from European freshwaters and estuaries (Environ Sci Pollut Res DOI: 10.1007 / s11356-011-0604-3 ) N. Theobald, C. Caliebe, W. Gerwinski, H. Hühnerfuss, P. Lepom:
Occurrence of perfluorinated organic acids in the North and Baltic Seas. Part 2: distribution in sediments (Environ Sci Pollut Res DOI: 10.1007 / s11356-011-0559-4 ) H. Rüdel, J. Müller, H. Jürling, M, Bartel-Steinbach, J. Koschorreck:
Survey of patterns, levels, and trends of perfluorinated compounds in aquatic organisms and bird eggs from representative German ecosystems
(Environ Sci Pollut Res (2011) 18: 1457-1470 DOI: 10.1007 / s11356-011-0501-9) N. Theobald, C. Caliebe, W. Gerwinski, H. Hühnerfuss, P. Lepom:
Occurrence of perfluorinated organic acids in the North and Baltic seas: Part 1: Distribution in sea water (Environ Sci Pollut Res (2011) 18: 1057-1069 DOI: 10.1007 / s11356-011-0451-2 )


J. Franzaring, I. Holz, J. Zipperle, A. Fangmeier:
Twenty years of biological monitoring of element concentrations in permanent forest and grassland plots in Baden-Württemberg (SW-Germany)
(Environ Sci Pollut Res (2010), 17: 4?12 DOI: 10.1007 / s11356-009-0181-x ) B. Kuch, F. Kern, J. Metzger J, KT von der Trenck:
Effect-related monitoring: estrogen-like substances in groundwater
(Environ Sci Pollut Res (2010), 17: 250?260 DOI: 10.1007 / s11356-009-0234-1 ) J. Schwarzbauer, M. Ricking:
Non-target screening analysis of river water as compound related base for monitoring measures (Environ Sci Pollut Res (2010), 17: 934?947 DOI: 10.1007 / s11356-009-0269-3 ) H. Rüdel, A. Fliedner, J . Kösters, C. Schröter-Kermani:
Twenty years of elemental analysis of marine biota within the German Specimen Bank - a thorough look at the data (Environ Sci Pollut Res (2010), 17: 1025-1034 DOI: 10.1007 / s11356-009-0280-8 ) M. Holy, G. Schmidt, W. Schröder:
Potential malaria outbreak in Germany due to climate warming: risk modeling based on temperature measurements and regional climate models
(Environ Sci Pollut Res DOI: 10.1007 / s11356-010-0388-x ) G. Schmidt, M. Holy, R. Pesch, W. Schröder:
Changing plant phenology in Germany due to the effects of global warming
The International Journal of Climate Change. (Impacts & Responses (2010), 2: 73?84 Link ) W. Schröder, R. Pesch:
Long-term monitoring of the metal accumulation in forests measured by use of the moss technique (Eur J Forest Res (2010), 129: 475-488 DOI: 10.1007 / s10342-009-0298-y ) M. Aden, G. Schmidt, S. Schönrock, W. Schröder:
Data analyzes with the WebGIS Wald IS (Eur J Forest Res (2010), 129: 489?497 DOI: 10.1007 / s10342-010-0370-7 )


H: Rüdel, W. Schröder, K. Th. Von der Trenck, GA Wiesmüller:
Preface to CBEM series (Environ Sci Pollut Res (2009), 16: 483-484 DOI: 10.1007 / s11356-009-0192-7 ) H. Rüdel, K. Bester, A. Eisträger, J. Franzaring, M. Haarich, J. Köhler, W. Körner, J. Oehlmann, A. Paschke, M. Ricking, W. Schröder, Ch.Schroeter-Kermani, T. Schulze, J. Schwarzbauer, N. Theobald, KT von der Trenck, G. Wagner, GA Wiesmüller:
Position paper on substance-related environmental monitoring
(Environ Sci Pollut Res (2009), 16: 486-498 DOI: 10.1007 / s11356-008-0085-1 ) M. Holy, S. Leblond, R. Pesch, W. Schröder:
Assessing Spatial Patterns of Metal Bioaccumulation in France by means of an Exposure Index (Environ Sci Pollut Res (2009), 16: 499-507 DOI: 10.1007 / s11356-009-0146-0 ) A. Kiss, E. Fries:
Occurrence of Benzotriazoles in German Rivers
(Environ Sci Pollut Res (2009), 16: 702-710 DOI: 10.1007 / s11356-009-0179-4 )

Articles in the journal "Environmental Science Europe - ESEU"

Article Series: Communications from the division "Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology" of the German Chemical Society (GDCh) Statements and reports of the working groups "Environmental Monitoring" and "Soil Chemistry and Soil Ecology"
Rudel H, Hennecke D, Kordel W and Fischer K
Environmental Sciences Europe 2011, 23:35 (10 November 2011)

Overview of investigations of 'emerging substances' (as of 02/05/11)

In recent years, new substances have increasingly come into the focus of environmental research (English "emerging substances"). This is partly due to the fact that these substances are newly emitted into the environment. Much more often, however, the cause lies in the fact that the analytical methods for recording them have only been available in recent years. In the 1990s, it was primarily the optimization of GC / MS equipment technology that led to improved detection sensitivity of non-polar or moderately polar substances and thus also made it possible to detect compounds that are only found in the environment in low concentrations. For some years now, more polar substances, which can be quantified by the availability of routine HPLC / MS systems, have been playing an increasingly important role.

A number of the scientists active in the environmental monitoring working group are concerned with the investigation of new pollutants in various environmental media as well as in plant and animal samples. An overview of the work of the last few years is compiled here. Investigations from the terrestrial area, from running waters as well as from the North and Baltic Seas are listed. The range of substances examined extends from perfluorinated compounds to flame retardants and pesticide degradation products to organometallic compounds. As far as already available, references to published work are given. In addition, the e-mail addresses of the respective contact persons are listed in order to enable direct contact for interested parties.

This compilation is intended to document that despite all the improvements in environmental quality over the last few decades, there are still a large number of substances in our environment that require monitoring. Some of the substances, such as certain DDT breakdown products, have endocrine disruptions. For other substances nothing is known about their possible effects. For some substances it is also discussed whether they meet the criteria as persistent organic pollutants according to the Stockholm Convention (e.g. HBCD). In this context, monitoring data can serve as additional information. ? Overview: Investigations of 'emerging substances' - as of February 2011 (PDF download)

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