2022

Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox - Communications from the Division -

Online Journal (E-Paper) ISSN: 1618-3258

Archive 2022

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Issue 1/2022

     

  • Microplastics as a Trojan horse
  • Release of phthalates in aqueous media
  • Extraction of PFAS from soil samples
  • Organic phosphonates in sediment samples
  • DECIDE rating system for rivers
  • Reports from the Board and call for proposals of the Paul Crutzen Prize 2022
  • Briefly introduced: working group Anthropogenic Water Cycles Hof
  • Short messages and personal details

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Editorial

Editorial
Mtt Umweltchem Ökotox 28th year 2022 No. 1, p. 2

original posts

C. Henkel et al.: Polyvinyl chloride microplastics are a long-term source of release of phthalates in aqueous media
L. Hildebrandt et al.: Microplastics as a Trojan horse for trace metals
L. Gehrenkemper et al.: Fast and easy extraction of PFAS from soil samples: Optimized EOF determination using HR-CSGFMAS
O. Happel et al.: Organic phosphonates in sediment samples from Lower Saxony and their share in the organic phosphorus fraction
D. Hof et al.: DECIDE ? Development and evaluation of an ecotoxicological assessment system for watercourses that conforms to the Water Framework Directive
Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 28th year 2022 No.1, pp. 3-29

from the Division

Reports from the Board of Directors
Announcement of the Paul Crutzen Prize 2022 of the GDCh Division of Environmental Chemistry & Ecotoxicology
Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 28th year 2022 No. 1, p. 30

Introduced briefly

working group on anthropogenic water cycles, Hof University of Applied Sciences
Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 28th year 2022 No.1, pp. 31-32

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Call for the establishment of a World Science Council on Chemicals and Waste
Letter to the Federal Environment Minister Ms. Lemke
The Burlington Consensus
New study: Chemical and plastic pollution has exceeded the planet's limits
AWI Study: The Effects of Plastic Pollution in the Oceans on Marine Species, Biodiversity and Ecosystems
PNAS Article: Pharmaceutical pollution of the world's rivers
Green Chemistry: Planetary metrics for the absolute environmental sustainability assessment of chemicals
Strategy for assessing sediment quality in Switzerland
Four new SVHC substances on the candidate list
Study by the Helmholtz Center Hereon: Traffic emits many tiny particles
Brazil's President Bolsonaro legalizes gold mining in the Amazon region that is harmful to the environment and health
SCE Young Scientist Event 2022, May 3, Stein (CH)
New publications of the Federal Environment Agency
Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 28th year 2022 No.1, pp. 33 -42

Personalia

Entry into the FG 9.11.2021 to 14.02.2022
Birthdays in the second quarter of 2022
Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 27th year 2020 No. 1, p. 43

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Published by the Division of Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology of the German Chemical Society
ISSN: 1618-3258

Editorial staff:
Prof. Dr. dr Klaus Fischer
Analytical and ecological chemistry FB VI -spatial and environmental sciences-
University of Trier Campus II, Behringstr. 21, D-54296 Trier
Phone and fax: 0651/ 201-3617 Secretariat: 0651/ 201-2243
Email: fischerk@uni-trier.de
Abbreviation: Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox
Design/ technical implementation:
dr Matthias Kudra, University of Leipzig
Email: kudra@uni-leipzig.de

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HEDP river sediment (using a photo from BOKU Vienna)

Issue 2/2022

Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 2/22

     

  • Ten years of PFAS - contamination in central Baden
  • PFAS - an environmental challenge
  • Comparison of methods for the leaching potential of pesticides
  • ?Fingerprint of pollution? in the North Sea
  • Reports from the Board and the working groups
  • 6th perspective day of the Division
  • Briefly presented: PAN - Pesticide Action Network Germany
  • Short messages and personal details

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Editorial

Editorial
Mtt Umweltchem Ökotox 28th year 2022 No. 2, p. 46

original posts

P. Klatt: Ten years of PFAS contamination in Mittelbaden: A "field experiment" with an unknown outcome?
A. Georgi, K. Mackenzie: PFAS - a challenge for environmental technology
J. Meierdirks, P. Gratewohl: Release of pesticides on agricultural land - comparison of methods for the leaching potential
A. Logemann et al.: Development of the "pollution fingerprint" in the North Sea during the last century
Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 28th year 2022 No. 2, pp. 47-67

from the Division

Reports from the Division Board of directors
Report from the Online meeting on March 23, 2022
of the FG working group "chemical assessment"
Activities of the FG working group "environmental monitoring" 2021/2022
6th Perspective Day of the GDCh Division "environmental chemistry & Ecotoxicology"
Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 28th year 2022 No. 2, p. 70

Introduced briefly

PAN ? Pesticide Action Network Germany
Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 28th year 2022 No. 2, p. 70

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A step forward at the UN Environment Assembly towards reducing global pollution
EU-funded research project to analyze aquatic degradation mechanisms of polymer materials
Degradation of low-density polyethylene to nanoplastic particles by accelerated weathering
Microplastic inputs into the marine environment - current state of knowledge and options for action
ENVI Committee votes on Persistent Organic Pollutants
UBA press release: Pesticide approvals undermine environmental protection
EFSA publishes report on pesticide residues on food
Consultation: ECHA proposes restriction on PFASs in firefighting foams
Suspect screening reveals point source-specific patterns of emerging and novel per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances
ECHA Report on PFAS Cleaning Technologies
UBA press release: Some people in Europe are exposed to a worryingly high level of pollutants
UBA/BfR press release: "PARC": EU research partnership for risk assessment of chemicals starts
Exposure to contemporary and emerging chemicals in commerce among pregnant women in the United States
From cohorts to molecules: Adverse impacts of endocrine disrupting mixtures
The UBA database "PHARMS-UBA" - "Medicines in the environment"
Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 28th year 2022 No. 2, pp. 71 -78

Personalia

Entries into the FG 15.02. until 05/12/2022
Birthdays in the third quarter of 2022
Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 27th year 2020 No. 2, p. 79

imprint

Published by the Division of environmental chemistry and ecotoxicology of the German Chemical Society
ISSN: 1618-3258

Editorial staff:
Prof. Dr. dr Klaus Fischer
Analytical and ecological chemistry FB VI -spatial and environmental sciences-
University of Trier Campus II, Behringstr. 21, D-54296 Trier
Phone and fax: 0651/ 201-3617 Secretariat: 0651/ 201-2243
Email: fischerk@uni-trier.de
Abbreviation: Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox
Design/ technical implementation:
dr Matthias Kudra, University of Leipzig
Email: kudra@uni-leipzig.de

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An area contaminated with PFAS in central Baden

Issue 3/ 2022

Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 3/22

     

  • Study of PFAS immobilization
  • Screening for brominated flame retardants
  • Imaging MALDI-MS and nanodispensing
  • Briefly introduced: Instrumental analysis and analytical chemistry University of Applied Sciences Emden-Leer and Microplastic Research at CEN, University of Hamburg
  • Short messages, personal details and a summer special

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Editorial

Editorial
Mtt Umweltchem Ökotox 28th year 2022 No. 3, p. 82

original posts

T. Bierbaum et al.: Experimental methods to study PFAS immobilization
M. Petri et al.: Screening for brominated flame retardants and other persistent organic compounds in filter sludge from drinking water treatment at Lake Constance
Zhe Pan et al.: Imaging MALDI-MS and nanodispensing as tools for effect-related HPTLC analysis - an interim report
Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 28th year 2022 No.3, pp. 83-97

from the Division

Report from the Division Board of directors
Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 28th year 2022 No. 3, p. 98

Introduced briefly

Professorship for instrumental analysis and analytical chemistry, technical department, University of Applied Sciences Emden-Leer
working group Microplastic Research at CEN, University of Hamburg
Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 28th year 2022 No.3, pp. 98 - 101

information

short messages

ES&T article: Outside the safe operating space of a new planetary boundary for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS)
LfU: Provisional guidance on the assessment of PFAS contamination in water and soil
How do cells react to micro- and nanoplastics?
Deep sea terminus: microplastics pollute the seabed even more than previously assumed
The "Cryosphere" article: First evidence of microplastics in Antarctic snow
European Commission to introduce tighter control of F-gases and ODS
International Day of Clean Air for blue skies
UN Ocean Conference 2022: 198 countries adopt the Lisbon Declaration
Mapping unknown chemical contaminants in Swiss waters
EEA: Pollution exposure causes 10% of all cancer cases in Europe
Pesticides and environmental injustice in the USA
UN General Assembly declared Environmental Rights and Governance
EFSA: Bees and pesticides: draft guidance update for public consultation
EU citizens' initiative calls for binding reduction in pesticides in Germany and Europe
New publications from the Federal Environment Agency
Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 28th year 2022 No. 3, pp. 102-112

summer special

Kudra, M. Mysteries of the Brodgar Stone Circle
Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 27th year 2020 No. 3, p. 113

Personalia

Entries into the FG 15.02. until 05/12/2022
Birthdays in the third quarter of 2022
Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 27th year 2020 No. 2, p. 79

imprint

Published by the Division of environmental chemistry and ecotoxicology of the German Chemical Society
ISSN: 1618-3258

Editorial staff:
Prof. Dr. dr Klaus Fischer
Analytical and ecological chemistry FB VI -spatial and environmental sciences-
University of Trier Campus II, Behringstr. 21, D-54296 Trier
Phone and fax: 0651/ 201-3617 Secretariat: 0651/ 201-2243
Email: fischerk@uni-trier.de
Abbreviation: Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox
Design/ technical implementation:
dr Matthias Kudra, University of Leipzig
Email: kudra@uni-leipzig.de

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Emden – City of “Environment 2022” (©:Bastian Rothe, DAAD)

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