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Title:Emerging organic compounds in European groundwater
Authors:ID Bunting, S. Y. (Author)
ID Lapworth, D. J. (Author)
ID Crane, E. J. (Author)
ID Grima-Olmedo, J. (Author)
ID Koroša, Anja (Author)
ID Kuczyńska, A. (Author)
ID Mali, Nina (Author)
ID Rosenqvist, L. (Author)
ID van Vliet, M. E. (Author)
ID Togola, A. (Author)
ID Lopez, B. (Author)
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Language:English
Typology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:Logo GeoZS - Geological Survey of Slovenia
Abstract:In Europe, emerging organic compounds (EOCs) in groundwater is a growing research area. Prioritisationfor monitoring EOCs in Europe was formalised in 2019 through the development of thefirst voluntarygroundwater watch list (GWWL). Despite this, groundwater occurrence data in the peer reviewedliterature for Europe has not been reviewed to date. Questions surrounding the effect, toxicity, move-ment in the subsurface and unsaturated zone make the process of regulating EOC use difficult. The aim inEurope is to develop a unified strategy for the classification, and prioritisation of EOCs to be monitored ingroundwater. This paper compiles evidence from the recent published studies from across Europe, since2012, when the last major literature global review of EOCs in groundwater took place. A total of 39studies were identified for review based on specific selection criteria (geography, publication date,sample size>10, inclusion of EOCs data). Data on specific compounds, and associated meta-data, arecompiled and reviewed. The two most frequently detected EOCs, carbamazepine and caffeine, occurredin groundwater at concentrations of up to 2.3 and 14.8mg/L, respectively.
Keywords:emerging organic chemicals, environmental exposure, groundwater contaminants, compounds of concern, groundwater hazards
Year of publishing:2021
Publication status in journal:Published
Article version:Publisher's version of article
Publisher:Elsevier
Number of pages:13
Numbering:269
PID:20.500.12556/DiRROS-13654 New window
UDC:556.3
ISSN on article:0269-7491
DOI:10.1016/j.envpol.2020.115945 New window
COBISS.SI-ID:40885507 New window
Note:Soavtorji: D. J. Lapworth, E. J. Crane, J. Grima-Olmedo, A. Koroša, A. Kuczyńska, N. Mali, L. Rosenqvist, M. E. van Vliet, A. Togola, B. Lopez;
Publication date in DiRROS:13.01.2021
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Record is a part of a journal

Title:Environmental pollution
Shortened title:Environ. pollut.
Publisher:Elsevier Applied Science Publishers
ISSN:0269-7491
COBISS.SI-ID:25405184 New window

Document is financed by a project

Funder:EC - European Commission
Funding programme:Horizon 2020
Project number:731166
Name:Hydrological processes and Geological settings over Europe controlling dissolved geogenic and anthropogenic elements in groundwater of relevance to human health and the status of dependent ecosystems
Acronym:GEOERA HOVER

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Licensing start date:03.11.2020

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