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Temporal trends of persistent organic pollutants in Arctic marine and freshwater biota

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Temporal trends of persistent organic pollutants in Arctic marine and freshwater biota. / Riget, Frank; Bignert, Anders; Braune, Birgit; Dam, Maria; Dietz, Rune; Evans, Marlene; Green, Norman; Gunnlaugsdottir, Helga; Hoydal, Katrin S.; Kucklick, John; Letcher, Robert; Muir, Derek; Schuur, Stacy; Sonne, Christian; Stern, Gary; Tomy, Gregg; Vorkamp, Katrin; Wilson, Simon.

I: Science of the Total Environment, Bind 649, 01.02.2019, s. 99-110.

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Riget, F, Bignert, A, Braune, B, Dam, M, Dietz, R, Evans, M, Green, N, Gunnlaugsdottir, H, Hoydal, KS, Kucklick, J, Letcher, R, Muir, D, Schuur, S, Sonne, C, Stern, G, Tomy, G, Vorkamp, K & Wilson, S 2019, 'Temporal trends of persistent organic pollutants in Arctic marine and freshwater biota', Science of the Total Environment, bind 649, s. 99-110. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.08.268

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Riget, F., Bignert, A., Braune, B., Dam, M., Dietz, R., Evans, M., Green, N., Gunnlaugsdottir, H., Hoydal, K. S., Kucklick, J., Letcher, R., Muir, D., Schuur, S., Sonne, C., Stern, G., Tomy, G., Vorkamp, K., & Wilson, S. (2019). Temporal trends of persistent organic pollutants in Arctic marine and freshwater biota. Science of the Total Environment, 649, 99-110. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.08.268

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Riget F, Bignert A, Braune B, Dam M, Dietz R, Evans M, Green N, Gunnlaugsdottir H, Hoydal KS, Kucklick J, Letcher R, Muir D, Schuur S, Sonne C, Stern G, Tomy G, Vorkamp K, Wilson S. 2019. Temporal trends of persistent organic pollutants in Arctic marine and freshwater biota. Science of the Total Environment. 649:99-110. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.08.268

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Riget F, Bignert A, Braune B, Dam M, Dietz R, Evans M o.a. Temporal trends of persistent organic pollutants in Arctic marine and freshwater biota. Science of the Total Environment. 2019 feb 1;649:99-110. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.08.268

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Riget, Frank ; Bignert, Anders ; Braune, Birgit ; Dam, Maria ; Dietz, Rune ; Evans, Marlene ; Green, Norman ; Gunnlaugsdottir, Helga ; Hoydal, Katrin S. ; Kucklick, John ; Letcher, Robert ; Muir, Derek ; Schuur, Stacy ; Sonne, Christian ; Stern, Gary ; Tomy, Gregg ; Vorkamp, Katrin ; Wilson, Simon. / Temporal trends of persistent organic pollutants in Arctic marine and freshwater biota. I: Science of the Total Environment. 2019 ; Bind 649. s. 99-110.

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title = "Temporal trends of persistent organic pollutants in Arctic marine and freshwater biota",
abstract = "More than 1000 time-series of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in Arctic biota from marine and freshwater ecosystems some extending back to the beginning of 1980s were analyzed using a robust statistical method. The Arctic area encompassed extended from Alaska, USA in the west to northern Scandinavian in the cast, with data gaps for Arctic Russia and Arctic Finland. The aim was to investigate whether temporal trends for different animal groups and matrices were consistent across a larger geographical area. In general, legacy POPs showed decreasing concentrations over the last two to three decades, which were most pronounced for aHCH and least pronounced for HCB and p-HCH. Few lime-series of legacy POPs showed increasing trends and only at sites suspected to be influenced by local source. The brominated flame retardant congener BDE-47 showed a typical trend of increasing concentration up to approximately the mid-2000s followed by a decreasing concentration. A similar trend was found for perfluorooctane sulfonic add (PFOS). These trends are likely related to the relatively recent introduction of national and international controls of hexa- and hepta-BDE congeners and the voluntary phase-out of PFOS production in the USA in 2000. Hexabromocyclododecane (HBCDD) was the only compound in this study showing a consistent increasing trend. Only 12% of the long-term time-series were able to detect a 5% annual change with a statistical power of 80% at alpha <0.05. The remaining 88% of time-series need additional years of data collection before fulfilling these statistical requirements. In the case of the organochlorine long-term time-series, 45% of these would require >20 years monitoring before this requirement would be fulfilled. (C) 2018 Elsevier B.V. All tights reserved.",
keywords = "Environmental monitoring, POPs, Temporal trends, Arctic, Biota, POLYBROMINATED DIPHENYL ETHERS, FLAME RETARDANTS, RINGED SEALS, ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDES, CHLORDANE COMPONENTS, TECHNICAL CHLORDANE, CLIMATE VARIABILITY, NORTHWATER POLYNYA, TRANS-NONACHLOR, POLAR BEARS",
author = "Frank Riget and Anders Bignert and Birgit Braune and Maria Dam and Rune Dietz and Marlene Evans and Norman Green and Helga Gunnlaugsdottir and Hoydal, {Katrin S.} and John Kucklick and Robert Letcher and Derek Muir and Stacy Schuur and Christian Sonne and Gary Stern and Gregg Tomy and Katrin Vorkamp and Simon Wilson",
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RIS

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T1 - Temporal trends of persistent organic pollutants in Arctic marine and freshwater biota

AU - Riget, Frank

AU - Bignert, Anders

AU - Braune, Birgit

AU - Dam, Maria

AU - Dietz, Rune

AU - Evans, Marlene

AU - Green, Norman

AU - Gunnlaugsdottir, Helga

AU - Hoydal, Katrin S.

AU - Kucklick, John

AU - Letcher, Robert

AU - Muir, Derek

AU - Schuur, Stacy

AU - Sonne, Christian

AU - Stern, Gary

AU - Tomy, Gregg

AU - Vorkamp, Katrin

AU - Wilson, Simon

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N2 - More than 1000 time-series of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in Arctic biota from marine and freshwater ecosystems some extending back to the beginning of 1980s were analyzed using a robust statistical method. The Arctic area encompassed extended from Alaska, USA in the west to northern Scandinavian in the cast, with data gaps for Arctic Russia and Arctic Finland. The aim was to investigate whether temporal trends for different animal groups and matrices were consistent across a larger geographical area. In general, legacy POPs showed decreasing concentrations over the last two to three decades, which were most pronounced for aHCH and least pronounced for HCB and p-HCH. Few lime-series of legacy POPs showed increasing trends and only at sites suspected to be influenced by local source. The brominated flame retardant congener BDE-47 showed a typical trend of increasing concentration up to approximately the mid-2000s followed by a decreasing concentration. A similar trend was found for perfluorooctane sulfonic add (PFOS). These trends are likely related to the relatively recent introduction of national and international controls of hexa- and hepta-BDE congeners and the voluntary phase-out of PFOS production in the USA in 2000. Hexabromocyclododecane (HBCDD) was the only compound in this study showing a consistent increasing trend. Only 12% of the long-term time-series were able to detect a 5% annual change with a statistical power of 80% at alpha <0.05. The remaining 88% of time-series need additional years of data collection before fulfilling these statistical requirements. In the case of the organochlorine long-term time-series, 45% of these would require >20 years monitoring before this requirement would be fulfilled. (C) 2018 Elsevier B.V. All tights reserved.

AB - More than 1000 time-series of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in Arctic biota from marine and freshwater ecosystems some extending back to the beginning of 1980s were analyzed using a robust statistical method. The Arctic area encompassed extended from Alaska, USA in the west to northern Scandinavian in the cast, with data gaps for Arctic Russia and Arctic Finland. The aim was to investigate whether temporal trends for different animal groups and matrices were consistent across a larger geographical area. In general, legacy POPs showed decreasing concentrations over the last two to three decades, which were most pronounced for aHCH and least pronounced for HCB and p-HCH. Few lime-series of legacy POPs showed increasing trends and only at sites suspected to be influenced by local source. The brominated flame retardant congener BDE-47 showed a typical trend of increasing concentration up to approximately the mid-2000s followed by a decreasing concentration. A similar trend was found for perfluorooctane sulfonic add (PFOS). These trends are likely related to the relatively recent introduction of national and international controls of hexa- and hepta-BDE congeners and the voluntary phase-out of PFOS production in the USA in 2000. Hexabromocyclododecane (HBCDD) was the only compound in this study showing a consistent increasing trend. Only 12% of the long-term time-series were able to detect a 5% annual change with a statistical power of 80% at alpha <0.05. The remaining 88% of time-series need additional years of data collection before fulfilling these statistical requirements. In the case of the organochlorine long-term time-series, 45% of these would require >20 years monitoring before this requirement would be fulfilled. (C) 2018 Elsevier B.V. All tights reserved.

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KW - POPs

KW - Temporal trends

KW - Arctic

KW - Biota

KW - POLYBROMINATED DIPHENYL ETHERS

KW - FLAME RETARDANTS

KW - RINGED SEALS

KW - ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDES

KW - CHLORDANE COMPONENTS

KW - TECHNICAL CHLORDANE

KW - CLIMATE VARIABILITY

KW - NORTHWATER POLYNYA

KW - TRANS-NONACHLOR

KW - POLAR BEARS

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DO - 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.08.268

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 30172138

VL - 649

SP - 99

EP - 110

JO - Science of the Total Environment

JF - Science of the Total Environment

SN - 0048-9697

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