Derek Muir
Derek Muir
Environment and Climate Change Canada
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Biological monitoring of polyfluoroalkyl substances: a review
M Houde, JW Martin, RJ Letcher, KR Solomon, DCG Muir
Environmental science & technology 40 (11), 3463-3473, 2006
State of the science of endocrine disrupting chemicals 2012
┼ Bergman, JJ Heindel, S Jobling, K Kidd, TR Zoeller, ...
World Health Organization, 2013
Bioconcentration and tissue distribution of perfluorinated acids in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)
JW Martin, SA Mabury, KR Solomon, DCG Muir
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 22 (1), 196-204, 2003
Identification of long-chain perfluorinated acids in biota from the Canadian Arctic
JW Martin, MM Smithwick, BM Braune, PF Hoekstra, DCG Muir, ...
Environmental science & technology 38 (2), 373-380, 2004
Arctic contaminants: sources, occurrence and pathways
LA Barrie, D Gregor, B Hargrave, R Lake, D Muir, R Shearer, B Tracey, ...
Science of the total environment 122 (1-2), 1-74, 1992
Contaminants in the Canadian Arctic: 5 years of progress in understanding sources, occurrence and pathways
RW Macdonald, LA Barrie, TF Bidleman, ML Diamond, DJ Gregor, ...
Science of the Total Environment 254 (2-3), 93-234, 2000
Monitoring of perfluorinated compounds in aquatic biota: an updated review: PFCs in aquatic biota
M Houde, AO De Silva, DCG Muir, RJ Letcher
Environmental science & technology 45 (19), 7962-7973, 2011
Quantifying C10−C13 Polychloroalkanes in Environmental Samples by High-Resolution Gas Chromatography/Electron Capture Negative Ion High-Resolutioná…
GT Tomy, GA Stern, DCG Muir, AT Fisk, CD Cymbalisty, JB Westmore
Analytical Chemistry 69 (14), 2762-2771, 1997
Monitoring perfluorinated surfactants in biota and surface water samples following an accidental release of fire-fighting foam into Etobicoke Creek
CA Moody, JW Martin, WC Kwan, DCG Muir, SA Mabury
Environmental science & technology 36 (4), 545-551, 2002
Organochlorine contaminants in Arctic marine food chains: accumulation of specific polychlorinated biphenyls and chlordane-related compounds
DCG Muir, RJ Norstrom, M Simon
Environmental science & technology 22 (9), 1071-1079, 1988
Are there other persistent organic pollutants? A challenge for environmental chemists
DCG Muir, PH Howard
Environmental science & technology 40 (23), 7157-7166, 2006
Global fate of POPs: current and future research directions
R Lohmann, K Breivik, J Dachs, D Muir
Environmental pollution 150 (1), 150-165, 2007
Perfluoroalkyl contaminants in a food web from Lake Ontario
JW Martin, DM Whittle, DCG Muir, SA Mabury
Environmental science & technology 38 (20), 5379-5385, 2004
Levels and trends of brominated flame retardants in the Arctic
CA De Wit, M Alaee, DCG Muir
Chemosphere 64 (2), 209-233, 2006
Toward a global understanding of chemical pollution: a first comprehensive analysis of national and regional chemical inventories
Z Wang, GW Walker, DCG Muir, K Nagatani-Yoshida
Environmental science & technology 54 (5), 2575-2584, 2020
Mercury and other trace elements in a pelagic Arctic marine food web (Northwater Polynya, Baffin Bay)
LM Campbell, RJ Norstrom, KA Hobson, DCG Muir, S Backus, AT Fisk
Science of the Total Environment 351, 247-263, 2005
Accumulation of persistent organochlorine compounds in mountains of western Canada
JM Blais, DW Schindler, DCG Muir, LE Kimpe, DB Donald, B Rosenberg
Nature 395 (6702), 585-588, 1998
Dietary accumulation of perfluorinated acids in juvenile rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)
JW Martin, SA Mabury, KR Solomon, DCG Muir
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 22 (1), 189-195, 2003
Arctic marine ecosystem contamination
DCG Muir, R Wagemann, BT Hargrave, DJ Thomas, DB Peakall, ...
Science of the Total Environment 122 (1-2), 75-134, 1992
Toward a global network for persistent organic pollutants in air: results from the GAPS study
K Pozo, T Harner, F Wania, DCG Muir, KC Jones, LA Barrie
Environmental Science & Technology 40 (16), 4867-4873, 2006
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