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- Fetters, Kyle, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Environmental toxicology and chemistry 2018 v.37 no.6 pp. 1767-1777
- activated carbon; benthic organisms; hydrodynamics; hydrophobicity; invertebrates; monitoring; particle size; polychlorinated biphenyls; samplers; sediments; statistical analysis
- ... In situ amendment of surface sediment with activated carbon is a promising technique for reducing the availability of hydrophobic organic compounds in surface sediment. The present study evaluated the performance of a logistically challenging activated carbon placement in a high‐energy hydrodynamic environment adjacent to and beneath a pier in an active military harbor. Measurements conducted prea ...