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- Anderson, Carolyn G.; Joshi, Geetika; Bair, Daniel A.; Oriol, Charlotte; He, Guochun; Parikh, Sanjai J.; Denison, Michael S.; Scow, Kate M.
- Chemosphere 2017 v.181 pp. 160-167
- endocrine system, etc ; agricultural soils; bioactive properties; bioassays; bioavailability; biochar; biomass production; biosolids; carbon; carrots; drugs; endocrine-disrupting chemicals; greenhouse experimentation; human health; humans; lettuce; nutrients; organic compounds; personal care products; soil amendments; surface area; temperature; walnuts; Show all 23 Subjects
- ... Biosolids are a potentially valuable source of carbon and nutrients for agricultural soils; however, potential unintended impacts on human health and the environment must be considered. Virtually all biosolids contain trace amounts endocrine-disrupting chemicals derived from human use of pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs). One potential way to reduce the bioavailability of PPCPs is ...
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