Menopausal hormone therapies and risk of colorectal cancer University of Antwerp
Acute aquatic toxicity of arsenic-based chemical warfare agents to Daphnia magna Flanders Marine Institute
Sea dumping of chemical warfare (CW) took place worldwide during the 20th century. Submerged CW included metal bombs and casings that have been exposed for 50–100 years of corrosion and are now known to be leaking. Therefore, the arsenic-based chemical warfare agents (CWAs), pose a potential threat to the marine ecosystems. The aim of this research was to support a need for real-data measurements for accurate risk assessments and ...