Endocrine Disrupters in Wastewater and Sludge Treatment Processes
Although the hypothesis that environmental chemicals may exhibit endocrine disrupting
effects is not new, being raised by Allen and Doisy in 1924, again by Dodds
et al. in 1938, and in the 1950s by Burlington and Lindeman, the issue has seen a
growing level of concern due to reports of increased incidences of...
Solid-State Mid-Infrared Laser Sources (Topics in Applied Physics) According to the Encyclopaedia Britannica, the "middle infrared" region covers the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum between 400 and 4000 wave numbers, which corresponds to the wavelength range 2.5-25 gin. This range is of particular interest for many applications, especially for spectroscopy, since the electromagnetic frequencies... Physiological, Developmental and Behavioral Effects of Marine Pollution
Synthesizing decades of work, but up-to-date, this book focuses on organism-level responses to pollutants by marine animals, mainly crustaceans, molluscs, and fishes. Emphasizing effects on physiological processes (feeding/digestion, respiration, osmoregulation), life-cycle (reproduction [including endocrine disruption], embryo...
The Hype About Hydrogen: Fact and Fiction in the Race to Save the Climate In his 2003 State of the Union address, President Bush seized the nation's attention with his advocacy of a "hydrogen economy," with fuel cells that produce energy and water taking the place of fossil fuels in cars that produce greenhouse gases. As Romm (Cool Companies), a former Department of Energy official in the Clinton... Hidden Nature: The Startling Insights of Viktor Schauberger Viktor Schauberger, 1885-1958, was a radical pioneer of the study of the subtle energies in nature and the importance of living water in all natural processes. From unusually detailed observations of the natural world, he pioneered a completely new understanding of how nature works. He foresaw, and tried to warn against global waste and costly...
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