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Volume 3, Issue 4,

1. EDITORIAL

2. Reiews

3. Characterization of Natural and Affected Environments

3.1 Observation of Fullerene Soot in Eastern China

3.2 Biogenic versusThe

3.3 Rapid Detection and Enumeration of Exoelectrogenic Bacteria

4. ECOTOXICOLOGY AND HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

5. ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

6. ENVIRONMENTAL MEASUREMENTS METHODS

7. ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES

7.2 Superoxide-Mediated Extracellular Biosynthesis of Silver Nanoparticles by the Fungus Fusarium oxysporum

7.3 Life-Cycle Assumptions of Landfilled Polylactic Acid Underpredict Methane Generation

7.4 Rapid Oxidation of Skin Oil by Ozone

8. NOVEL REMEDIATION AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES

8.1 Biological Nitrogen Removal in a Photosequencing Batch Reactor

8.2 Rare-earth separation using bacteria

8.3 Inactivation Kinetics and Replication Cycle Inhibition of Adenovirus

9. MASTHEADS

9.1 Issue Editorial Masthead

9.2 Issue Publication Information

Volume 2, Issue 4,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURAL AND AFFECTED ENVIRONMENTS

1.1 Improved Efficiency Reduces U.S. Industrial Water Withdrawals,

1.2 Total Concentrations of Virus and Bacteria in Indoor and Outdoor Air

1.3 Identification of Phthalate and Alternative Plasticizers, Flame

1.4 Discovery and Implications of C2 and C3 Perfluoroalkyl Sulfonates in

2. ECOTOXICOLOGY AND HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

3. ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF NANOTECHNOLOGY

3.1 Impact of Sublethal Levels of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes on

3.2 Interaction of Graphene Oxide with Bacterial Cell Membranes insights from force spectroscopy

4. ENVIRONMENTAL MEASUREMENTS METHODS

5. ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF NANOTECHNOLOGY

5.1 Impact of Sublethal Levels of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes on

5.2 Interaction of Graphene Oxide with Bacterial Cell membranes

6. ENVIRONMENTAL MEASUREMENTS METHODS

7. ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES

7.1 Partitioning, Aqueous Solubility, and Dipole Moment Data for cisand

7.2 Organic matter in rain An overlooked influence on mercury deposition

8. NOVEL REMEDIATION AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES

Volume 4, Issue 8,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

 

1. Editorial

3. Ecotoxicology and Human Environmental Health

4. Energy and the Environment

4.1 Large Reductions in Solar Energy Production Due to Dust and Particulate Air Pollution

4.2 Protection of Electroactive Bio

5. Environmental Processes

6. Mastheads

6.1 Issue Editorial Masthead

6.2 Issue Publication Information

Volume 3, Issue 8,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

 

1. CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURAL AND AFFECTED ENVIRONMENTS

2. ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

2.1 Active H2 Harvesting Prevents Methanogenesis in Microbial Electrolysis Cells

2.2 Low-Temperature Carbon Capture Using Aqueous Ammonia and Organic Solvents

3. ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES

3.1 Distribution, Sources, and Sinks of Cyanate in the Coastal North Atlantic Ocean

4. MASTHEADS

4.1 Issue Editorial Masthead

4.2 Issue Publication Information

Volume 2, Issue 8,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. EDITORIAL

3. CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURAL AND AFFECTED ENVIRONMENTS

4. ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF NANOTECHNOLOGY

5. ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES

Volume 2, Issue 12,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

 

1. CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURAL AND AFFECTED ENVIRONMENTS

2. ECOTOXICOLOGY AND HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

3. ENVIRONMENTAL MEASUREMENTS METHODS

4. ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES

5. NOVEL REMEDIATION AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES

5.1 Anaerobic Nitrogen Transformations in a Gold-Cyanide Leach Residue

5.2 Stable Isotope-Enabled Pathway Elucidation of 2,4-Dinitroanisole Metabolized by Rhizobium lichtii

5.3 Scalable and Continuous Water Deionization by Shock Electrodialysis

Volume 4, Issue 12,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. Editorial

2. Characterization of Natural and Affected Environments

2.1 Plant Residues as Direct and Indirect Sources of Hydrocarbons in Soils Current Issues and Legal Implications

2.2 Decomposing the Bulk Electrical Conductivity of Streamflow To Recover Individual Solute Concentrations at High Frequency

5. Environmental Processes

5.1 Atmospheric Photooxidation Diminishes Light Absorption by Primary Brown Carbon Aerosol from Biomass Burning

5.2 Conversion of Pyrethroid Insecticides to 3-Phenoxybenzoic Acid on Urban Hard Surfaces

5.3 pH Dependence of the Imidazole-2-carboxaldehyde Hydration Equilibrium Implications for Atmospheric Light Absorbance

5.4 An Isotopic Dilution Approach for Quantifying Mercury Lability in

6. Novel Remediation and Control Technologies

7. Mastheads

7.1 Issue Editorial Masthead

7.2 Issue Publication Information

Volume 3, Issue 12,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURAL AND AFFECTED ENVIRONMENTS

1.1 Origin of Hexavalent Chromium in Drinking Water Wells from the Piedmon

1.2 Legacy and Emerging Perfluoroalkyl Substances Are Important

2. ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

2.1 TiO2 Nanotube Arrays Modified Titanium A Stable, Scalable,

2.2 Disequilibrium of Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM) in Drill Cuttings from a Horizontal Drilling Operation

3. ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES

4. MASTHEADS

4.1 Issue Editorial Masthead

4.2 Issue Publication Information

Volume 3, Issue 2,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. EDITORIAL

2. CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURAL AND AFFECTED ENVIRONMENTS

2.1 Real-Time Detection of Arsenic Cations from Ambient Air in Boreal Forest and Lake Environments

2.2 Occurrence and Distribution of Two Hydroxylated Polychlorinated Biphenyl Congeners in Chicago Air

3. ENVIRONMENTAL MEASUREMENTS METHODS

3.1 New Polymer Passive Sampler for Sensitive Biomonitoring of Lipid-Rich Matrices

4. ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES

4.1 Wood-Derived Black Carbon (Biochar) as a Microbial Electron Donor and Acceptor

4.2 SO2 uptake on oleic acid anew formation pathway of organosulfur compound

Volume 2, Issue 2,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURAL AND AFFECTED ENVIRONMENTS

2. ENVIRONMENTAL MEASUREMENTS METHODS

3. ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES

3.2 Heterogeneous Reactions of Isoprene-Derived Epoxides Reaction

4. NOVEL REMEDIATION AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES

5. CORRESPONDENCEREBUTTAL

5.1 Comment on “Ebola Virus Persistence in the Environment State of

5.2 Response to Comment on “Ebola Virus Persistence in the

Volume 4, Issue 2,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. EDITORIAL

2. REVIEWS

3. ECOTOXICOLOGY AND HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

4. ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

4.1 A pH-Gradient Flow Cell for Converting Waste CO2 into Electricity

4.2 Lubricating Oil as a Major Constituent of Ship Exhaust Particles

5. ENVIRONMENTAL MEASUREMENTS METHODS

6. ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES

7. NOVEL REMEDIATION AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES

7.1 Energy-Efficient Oxidation and Removal of Arsenite from Groundwater Using Air-Cathode Iron Electrocoagulation

7.2 Oxidation Kinetics of Iodide (I-

8. MASTHEADS

8.1 Issue Editorial Masthead

8.2 Issue Publication Information

Volume 4, Issue 1,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. ECOTOXICOLOGY AND HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

2. ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

3. ENVIRONMENTAL MEASUREMENTS METHODS

3.1 p-NitroanisolePyridine and p-NitroacetophenonePyridine Actinometers Revisited Quantum Yield in Comparison to Ferrioxalate

3.2 Ethane-Based Chemical Amplification Measurement Technique for

4. NOVEL REMEDIATION AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES

4.1 Few-Layered Graphene-like Boron Nitride A Highly Efficient Adsorbent for Indoor Formaldehyde Removal

4.2 Impact of the Ultraviolet Photolysis of Monochloramine on 1,4-

5. MASTHEADS

5.1 Issue Editorial Masthead

5.2 Issue Publication Information

Volume 3, Issue 1,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. ECOTOXICOLOGY AND HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

2. ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF NANOTECHNOLOG

2.1 Fullerol as a Potential Pathway for Mineralization of Fullerene Nanoparticles in Biosolid-Amended Soils

2.2 in situ silver decoration on graphene oxide-treated thin film composite forward osmosis embranes

3. ENVIRONMENTAL MEASUREMENTS METHODS

3.1 Ultrasensitive Quantification of Pesticide Contamination and Drift

3.2 A High Precision Passive Air Sampler for Gaseous Mercury

4. ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSE

5. NOVEL REMEDIATION AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES

Volume 2, Issue 1,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. EDITORIAL

2. REVIEWS

3. CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURAL AND AFFECTED ENVIRONMENTS

4. ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF NANOTECHNOLOGY

5. ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS

Volume 4, Issue 7,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. Editorial

2. Reviews

3. Characterization of Natural and Affected Environments

4. Ecotoxicology and Human Environmental Health

5. Environmental Aspects of Nanotechnology

6. Environmental Measurements Methods

6.1 Robust Solid-Contact Ion Selective Electrodes for High-Resolution In Situ Measurements in Fresh Water Systems

6.2 Challenges in the Analyses of Organophosphate Esters

7. Environmental Processes

7.1 Normal and Inverse Di

7.2 Microbial Electrochemical Current Accelerates Urea

7.3 Oxalate-Promoted Trace Metal Release from Crystalline Iron Oxides

8. Novel Remediation and Control Technologies

9. Mastheads

9.1 Issue Editorial Masthead

9.2 Issue Publication Information

Volume 3, Issue 7,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. EDITORIAL

2. CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURAL AND AFFECTED ENVIRONMENTS

3. ECOTOXICOLOGY AND HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

3.1 Preliminary Associations between the Detection of Perfluoroalkyl Acids (PFAAs) in Drinking Water and Serum Concentrations in a Sample of Ca

3.2 Asbestos Fiber Preparation Methods Affect Fiber Toxicity

4. Satellite Remote Sensing of Air Quality in the Energy Golden Triangle in Northwest China

5. MASTHEADS

5.1 Issue Editorial Masthead

5.2 Issue Publication Information

Volume 2, Issue 7,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. ECOTOXICOLOGY AND HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

1.1 Isolation of Polycavernoside D from a Marine Cyanobacterium

1.2 Leveraging Embryonic Zebrafish To Prioritize ToxCast Testing

2. ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

3. ENVIRONMENTAL MEASUREMENTS METHODS

4. ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES

4.1 Quantum yields for direct photolysis of neonicotinoid insecticides

4.2 Differences between Lipids Extracted from Five Species Are Not

5. NOVEL REMEDIATION AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES

Volume 2, Issue 6,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. EDITORIAL

2. CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURAL AND AFFECTED ENVIRONMENTS

3. ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

4. ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS

Volume 4, Issue 6,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. Editorial

2. CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURAL AND AFFECTED ENVIRONMENTS

2.1 Non-Point Source Contributions Drive Elevated Major Ion And

3. ECOTOXICOLOGY AND HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

3.1 Radiosynthesis and biological distribution of

3.2 Agrochemical Mixtures Detected on Wildflowers near Cattle Feed

4. ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

5. ENVIRONMENTAL MEASUREMENTS METHODS

6. ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES

6.2 Temperature Dependence of the Organic Carbon

7. NOVEL REMEDIATION AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES

7.2 A Microbiological Assay for Assessing the Applicability of Advanced

8. MASTHEADS

8.1 Issue Editorial Masthead

Volume 3, Issue 6,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. REVIEWS

2. CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURAL AND AFFECTED ENVIRONMENTS\

2.1 Identification and Toxicological Evaluation of Unsubstituted PAHs and Novel PAH Derivatives in Pavement Sealcoat P

2.2 Metformin and Other Pharmaceuticals Widespread in Wadeable Streams of the Southeastern United States

3. ECOTOXICOLOGY AND HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

4. MASTHEADS

4.1 Issue Editorial Masthead

4.2 Issue Publication Information

Volume 3, Issue 3,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. REVIEWS

2. ECOTOXICOLOGY AND HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

3. ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

3.1 Bacterial Nanocellulose Aerogel Membrane

3.2 Effects of Salinity-Induced Chemical Reactions on Biotite Wettability Changes under Geologic CO2 Sequestration Conditions

3.3 Gaseous Ammonia Emissions from Coal and Biomass Combustion in Household Stoves with Different Combustion Efficiencies

4. ENVIRONMENTAL MEASUREMENTS METHODS

Volume 2, Issue 3,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. EDITORIAL

2. CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURAL AND AFFECTED ENVIRONMENTS

3. ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF NANOTECHNOLOGY

4. ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES

4.1 N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) Precursors leach from nanofiltraton membranes

4.2 Atmospheric Processing of Combustion Aerosols as a Source of

4.3 Inactivation of an Enveloped Surrogate Virus in Human Sewage

Volume 4, Issue 3,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. Editorial

2. Reviews

3. Characterization of Natural and Affected Environments

3.1 Atmospheric Mercury Temporal Trends in the Northeastern United

3.2 Soluble Fe in Aerosols Sustained by Gaseous HO2 Uptake

4. Ecotoxicology and Human Environmental Health

4.1 Fluorinated Compounds in U.S. Fast Food Packaging

4.2 Temporal Trends in Exposure to Organophosphate Flame Retardants in the United States

5. ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

6. MASTHEADS

6.1 Issue Editorial Masthead

6.2 Issue Publication Information

Volume 4, Issue 5,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

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Volume 3, Issue 5,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURAL AND AFFECTED ENVIRONMENTS

1.1 Dairy-Impacted Wastewater Is a Source of Iodinated Disinfection

2. ECOTOXICOLOGY AND HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

3. ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

4. ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES

5. NOVEL REMEDIATION AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES

5.2 Faradaic Reactions in Water Desalination by Batch-Mode Capacitive Deionization

6. MASTHEADS

6.1 Issue Editorial Masthead

6.2 Issue Publication Information

Volume 2, Issue 5,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. EDITORIAL

2. ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES

2.1 complete restriction of cl diffusion by celestite precipitation in densely compacted illite

2.2 Cysteine Inhibits Mercury Methylation by Geobacter sulfurreducens

Volume 3, Issue 11,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. EDITORIAl

2. CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURAL AND AFFECTED ENVIRONMENTS

2.1 Nitrapyrin in streams The first study documenting

3. ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES

4. CORRESPONDENCEREBUTTAL

4.1 Correspondence on Identification and Toxicological Evaluation of

4.2 Response to Correspondence on Identification and Toxicological

5. MASTHEADS

5.1 Issue Editorial Masthead

5.2 Issue Publication Information

Volume 2, Issue 11,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. EDITORIAL

2. CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURAL AND AFFECTED ENVIRONMENTS

3. ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

4. ENVIRONMENTAL MEASUREMENTS METHODS

4.1 Zinc Isotope Fractionation as an Indicator of Geochemical Attenuation Processes

5. ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES

5.1 Integrated Production, Extraction, and Concentration of Acetic Acid from CO2 through Microbial Electrosynthesis

5.2 Enzyme Kinetics of Different Types of Flavin-Dependent Monooxygenases Determine the Observable Contaminant Stable Isotope Fractionation

Volume 4, Issue 11,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. Editorial

2. Characterization of Natural and Affected Environments

3. Ecotoxicology and Human Environmental Health

3.1 Photolysis- and Dissolved Organic Matter-Induced Toxicity of Triclocarban to Daphnia magna 3.2 Decreased Human Respiratory Absorption Factors of Aromatic Hydrocarbons at Lower Exposure Levels The Dual Effect in Reducing Ambient A

4. Energy and the Environment

4.1 A Combined Heat- and Power-Driven Membrane Capacitive Deionization System

4.2 Identification and Comparative Mammalian Cell Cytotoxicity of New Iodo-Phenolic Disinfection Byproducts in Chloraminated Oil and Gas Wastewaters

5. Environmental Measurements Methods

6. Environmental Processes

6.1 Fractal Dimensions and Mixing Structures of Soot Particles during

6.2 1,4-Dioxane Biodegradation by

6.3 Metal Respiratory Pathway-Independent Cr Isotope Fractionation

7. Novel Remediation and Control Technologies

8. Mastheads

8.1 Issue Editorial Masthead

8.2 Issue Publication Information

Volume 4, Issue 10,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. Ecotoxicology and Human Environmental Health

1.1 Isomer-Specific Transplacental Efficiencies of Perfluoroalkyl Substances in Human Whole Blood

1.2 Uptake and Depuration of Four PerPolyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFASS) in Northern Leopard Frog Rana pipiens Tadpoles

2. Environmental Aspects of Nanotechnology

3. Environmental Measurements Methods

4. Environmental Processes

4.1 High N

4.2 Uranium(V) Incorporation Mechanisms and Stability in Fe(II)Fe(III)

4.3 Sub-micrometer Particles are in the Liquid State during Heavy

4.4 Tissue Distribution of Substituted Diphenylamine

4.5 Suppression of OH Generation from the Photo-Fenton Reaction

4.6 Low Energy Desalination Using Battery Electrode Deionization

5. Additions and Corrections

6. Mastheads

6.1 Issue Editorial Masthead

6.2 Issue Publication Information

Volume 2, Issue 10,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. REVIEWS

1.1 Sealing shales versus Brittle Shales

1.2 Environmental Fate and Effects of Dichloroacetamide Herbicide

2. ECOTOXICOLOGY AND HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

3. ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

3.1 Water Footprint of Hydraulic Fracturing

3.2 Black Carbon Emissions from the Bakken Oil and Gas Development

3.3 Natural Gas Pipeline Replacement Programs Reduce Methane Leaks

4. ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES

5. NOVEL REMEDIATION AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES

Volume 3, Issue 10,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURAL AND AFFECTED ENVIRONMENTS

1.1 Detection of Poly- and Perfluoroalkyl Substances (PFASs) in U.S.

1.2 Historical trends of biogenic SOA tracers

2. ECOTOXICOLOGY AND HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

3. ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

3.2 Improving the Energy Efficiency of Stoves To Reduce Pollutant

4. ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF NANOTECHNOLOGY

5. ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES

6. MASTHEADS

6.1 Issue Editorial Masthead

6.2 Issue Publication Information

Volume 2, Issue 9,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. EDITORIAL

2. REVIEWS

3. ECOTOXICOLOGY AND HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

4. ENVIRONMENTAL MEASUREMENTS METHODS

Volume 4, Issue 9,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. Characterization of Natural and Affected Environments

2. Ecotoxicology and Human Environmental Health

2.1 Cytotoxicity of biochar – a workplace safety concern

2.2 Dynamic Alterations in DNA Methylation Precede Tris(1,3-dichloro-2-

3. Energy and the Environment

4. Environmental Aspects of Nanotechnology

5. Environmental Processes

6. Mastheads

6.1 Issue Editorial Masthead

6.2 Issue Publication Information

Volume 3, Issue 9,

152 page minimum spine. Editor: Matt Hotze, JEM: Esther
RTP: Diane Murphy

1. EDITORIAL

2. CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURAL AND AFFECTED ENVIRONMENTS

2.2 Source attribution of poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in

3. ECOTOXICOLOGY AND HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

4. ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES

5. NOVEL REMEDIATION AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES

5.1 Does Hydrophilic Polydopamine Coating Enhance Membrane Rejection of Hydrophobic Endocrine-Disrupting Compounds

5.2 Breaking the Symmetry Mitigating Scaling in Tertiary Treatment of Waste Effluents Using a Positively Charged Nanofiltrat

6. MASTHEADS

6.1 Issue Editorial Masthead

6.2 Issue Publication Information

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