LEC research on organic contaminants in the news
Two recent articles from Prof Kevin Jones' team in LEC's Centre for Chemicals Management have attracted media attention in recent weeks.
Lancaster's researchers, funded by Defra and in collaboration with international partners, investigated long-term changes in the atmospheric background levels of toxic organic contaminants. Two articles just published in Environmental Science and Technology, discuss the trend data in the context of changing sources, regulatory actions and environmental cycling processes. The news stories can be found via:
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