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1 Methodology of robust distribution data analysis (RDFA) to data treatment and analysis on monitoring and inter-comparison
3 Passive samppling of very polar and acidic organic compounds
5 Application of passive sampling technique in monitoring research on quality of atmospheric air on the Tri-City area, Poland
6 Evaluation of organic compounds emission from wood-based indoor materials using new type of miniaturized passive emission chamber
8 Application of a silicone rubber passive sampling technique for monitoring PAHs and PCBs at three Belgian coastal harbours.
11 Comparison between measurements with passive sampling devices (DGT, POCIS, SBSE) and biota: State of the art and review of available data
12 Development of automated technique for sampling and Stir Bar Sorptive Extraction (SBSE): Analysis of organic contaminants in aquatic environment
13 Evaluation of chemical contamination of water bodies:
17 Presentation of ORIGAMI project – Innovative tools for groundwater monitoring : passive sampling combined with isotope characterization- Project funded by the French Research National Agency (ANR) – ANR 11 ECOT 003 02
18 Calibration of integrative passive samplers for groundwater monitoring in an experimental system representative of groundwater hydraulic conditions. ORIGAMI project- Project funded by the French Research  National Agency (ANR) – ANR 11 ECOT 003 02
19 Evaluation of the Pesticide Exposure in Surface Waters with Two Sampling Strategies: Active and Passive Sampling
21 Investigation of pollution sources in rivers using passive sampling: a discussion based on in-situ experiments on PCBs
24 Relationship between sampling rate of virtual organisms and compound properties in three different surface waters
25 Effects of environmental realistic mixture of pesticides on natural biofilms communities with different exposure history
28 Robustness of POCIS sampling rates for various compound classes and estimation of TWA concentrations in wastewater
29 Large scale deployment of DGT and SPMD in the Seine river basin
32 Implementation of SPMD and DGT for routine water quality monitoring at the long-term Observatory of the Environment (OPE) in the North Eastern part of France
33 Identification of analyte selective passive sampling phases using Hansen Solubility Parameters
34 Study of polymer-lipid partitioning for application in passive sampling
35 Overview of projects on monitoring plant protection substances with passive sampling
37 Measurement of cyclic volatile methylsiloxanes in the aquatic environment using low-density polyethylene passive sampling devices – an in-field calibration study
38 COMPARISON OF LABORATORY CALIBRATIONS USING TWISTER®, SILICONE ROD AND POLYETHERSULFONE TUBES (FREE AND ENCLOSED) FOR THE DETERMINATION OF PRIORITY AND EMERGING ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
39 Passive sampling to assess the availability of hydrophobic organic pollutants in fresh and matured contaminated sediments
41 in vitro and in vivo measurements of lipid-silicone partition coefficients
42 Monitoring long-term trends in exposure to Photosystem II (PSII) herbicides on the Great Barrier Reef
43 HOW TO RELIABLE PASSIVE SAMPLERS MEASUREMENTS FOR WATER MONITORING?
44 Continuous Flow Integrative Sampler (CFIS): New modifications and advances.
45 Silicone Rod/Water Partition Coefficients – Measurement and Modelling
46 Evaluation of DGT as a long-term monitoring tool in natural waters using uranium as a case study
47 Calibrating Chemcatcher® passive sampler for selected nonpolar substances in tap- and salt water
49 Determination of time-integrated concentrations of rare earth elements in different German North Sea Stations with Chemcatcher®-Metal and DGT
51 AQUAREF intercomparison passive sampling exercise: monitoring of pesticides in surface water
53 AQUAREF intercomparison passive sampling exercise: monitoring of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
55 Test of Different Polar Chemcatcher® Versions for Time-integrated Monitoring of Pharmaceuticals and Other Emerging Pollutants in Wastewater
56 Passive sampling in monitoring of transportation of organotin compounds in northern Lake Päijänne
58 Use of passive samplers (POCIS and SPMD) for chemical and biological monitoring of wastewater advanced treatments
61 Passive sampling for the monitoring of PAHs in seawater in marine protected areas in the Western Mediterranean (Sardinia, Italy)
62 USE OF PASSIVE SAMPLING IN INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING
63 Calibration of polymeric membranes as passive sampler for aquatic environment: laboratory calibration in an optimized pilot
64 Evaluation of diffusive gradients in thin-films (DGTs) for the measurement of Hg within the Water Framework Directive: laboratory and field experiences
65 Calibration and field evaluation of Polar Organic Chemical Integrative Samplers (POCIS) for monitoring pharmaceuticals in hospital wastewater
68 Measuring bioavailable PAHs by using semipermeable membrane devices with performance reference compounds in Kaohsiung Harbor, Taiwan
69 Passive sampling for target and non-target analyses of moderately polar and nonpolar substances in water
71 Modelling of mass transfer through water boundary layer and microporous membranes.
73 Evaluation of monitoring trends of organic contaminants in river Danube
74 Analysis of nonpolar and polar organic contaminants in river Bosna using SPMD and POCIS integrative samplers
76 Selected monoterpenes and aldehydes in indoor air of Polish apartments; the impact on air quality and human exposure
77 Ability of polymeric membranes to take into account pollution peaks: exposure to continuous and discontinuous PAH pollution in pilot river
78 A trial deployment of silicone rubber passive samplers inside a FerryBox flow though seawater system onboard the RV Cefas Endeavour – a method for obtaining regional water concentrations?
79 Results of the ICES workshop on the application of passive sampling and passive dosing to contaminants in marine media (WKPSPD)
81 development of a new passive sampler for heavy metals using a natural porous material
85 Passive sampling combined with chemical and biological analyses for monitoring spatial and temporal exposure profiles in two river catchments
87 Monitoring of metals in surface waters: an in situ intercomparison exercise on passive samplers
88 An international collaborative study on the use of passive samplers in monitoring of emerging pollutants
91 Evaluation of POCIS as a quantitative tool for monitoring pesticides and drugs at the intake of a drinking water treatment plant
93 Calibration of POCIS samplers for perfluorinated compounds in water
94 Interest of passive sampling to improve Water Framework Directive monitoring network: Example of 40 polar pesticides monitoring by POCIS on an agricultural watershed in France
95 Application of passive samplers for monitoring micropollutants -radionuclides, PPCPs, illicit drugs- in surface water in Japan
96 Impact of experimental conditions on the accumulation kinetics of pesticides into PDMS-coated stir bars and POCIS
97 Modelling approaches for uptake and release of polar organic chemicals in passive sampling devices – transfer over polyethersulfone membranes and peak concentrations
98 Calibration systems comparison of POCIS for the determination of uptake kinetics and sampling rates for 26 pesticides
99 Preliminary study of chlopyrifos, diazinon and their degradates TCP, IMHP in La Fe reservoir, using SPMD and POCIS membranes by GC/MS
104 Accumulation kinetics and process for 56 polar organic compounds on “pharmaceutical” POCIS, identification of 5 PRCs
105 Screening of Pharmaceuticals in Effluents using POCIS Samplers with
LCMS Q-TOF analysis
106 Passive sampling as a screening tool in Ireland for new and emerging chemicals
107 GC×GC–TOF MS analysis for the screening of emerging contaminants in SPMD passive sampling extracts
108 Development of adapted versions of Polar Organic Chemical Integrative Samplers (POCIS) for alkylphenols and their derivatives
109 Applicability of POCIS and Chemcatcher for the monitoring of pesticides in the water watershed of the Lez.
111 Assessment of POPs in Czech Rivers by SPMDs; interpretation data by robust distribution function analysis (RDFA)