Robert M. Burgess mostly deals with Environmental chemistry, Contamination, Water pollution, Water column and Pollution. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Toxicity, Benthic zone and Bioavailability. His studies in Contamination integrate themes in fields like Environmental engineering and Pollutant.
Robert M. Burgess works mostly in the field of Water pollution, limiting it down to topics relating to Acute toxicity and, in certain cases, Bioassay, Metal toxicity, Dredging and Cadmium. His Water column research incorporates elements of Seawater, Polychaete and Pyrene. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Pollution, concentrating on Geologic Sediments and frequently concerns with Particulates, Mineralogy, Anoxic waters and Enrichment factor.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Environmental chemistry, Contamination, Toxicity, Water column and Bioaccumulation. His Environmental chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Seawater, Benthic zone and Bioavailability. The Benthos research he does as part of his general Benthic zone study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Triclosan, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His Contamination study combines topics in areas such as Partition coefficient, Passive sampling, Environmental engineering, Pollutant and Estuary. Within one scientific family, Robert M. Burgess focuses on topics pertaining to Ecotoxicology under Toxicity, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Mulinia lateralis. Robert M. Burgess works mostly in the field of Water column, limiting it down to topics relating to Pollution and, in certain cases, Persistent organic pollutant and Geologic Sediments, as a part of the same area of interest.
Environmental chemistry, Contamination, Bioaccumulation, Bioavailability and Passive sampling are his primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Environmental remediation and Copper in addition to Environmental chemistry. His Contamination research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental monitoring, Pollutant and Aquatic toxicology.
His Bioaccumulation study deals with Pelagic zone intersecting with Mesocosm, Polychlorinated biphenyl and Invertebrate. His Bioavailability study incorporates themes from Current, Coal tar, Coal and Ditch. His research in Passive sampling tackles topics such as Organic chemicals which are related to areas like Environmental engineering.
His primary scientific interests are in Biochemical engineering, Passive sampling, Contamination, Nanomaterials and Organic chemicals. His Biochemical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Engineered nanomaterials, Method development and Bioaccumulation. His studies deal with areas such as Soil science, Mass transfer and Water column as well as Passive sampling.
Robert M. Burgess merges many fields, such as Contamination and Identification, in his writings. As part of his studies on Organic chemicals, Robert M. Burgess frequently links adjacent subjects like Environmental engineering.
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Effect-directed analysis supporting monitoring of aquatic environments - An in-depth overview
Werner Brack;Selim Ait-Aissa;Robert M. Burgess;Wibke Busch.
Science of The Total Environment (2016)
Towards the review of the European Union Water Framework Directive: Recommendations for more efficient assessment and management of chemical contamination in European surface water resources.
Werner Brack;Werner Brack;Valeria Dulio;Marlene Ågerstrand;Ian Allan.
Science of The Total Environment (2017)
Phototoxicity of individual polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and petroleum to marine invertebrate larvae and juveniles
Marguerite C. Pelletier;Robert M. Burgess;Kay T. Ho;Anne Kuhn.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (1997)
Effects of sample preparation on the measurement of organic carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, sulfur, and oxygen concentrations in marine sediments.
Stephan A. Ryba;Robert M. Burgess.
Release and Phase Partitioning of Metals from Anoxic Estuarine Sediments during Periods of Simulated Resuspension
Mark G. Cantwell;Robert M. Burgess;Dana R. Kester.
Environmental Science & Technology (2002)
Passive sampling methods for contaminated sediments: Practical guidance for selection, calibration, and implementation
Upal Ghosh;Susan Kane Driscoll;Robert M. Burgess;Michiel T O Jonker.
Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management (2014)
Future water quality monitoring: improving the balance between exposure and toxicity assessments of real-world pollutant mixtures
Rolf Altenburger;Rolf Altenburger;Werner Brack;Werner Brack;Robert M. Burgess;Wibke Busch.
Environmental Sciences Europe (2019)
An overview of toxicant identification in sediments and dredged materials
Kay T Ho;Robert M Burgess;Marguerite C Pelletier;Jonathan R Serbst.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2002)
Passive Sampling in Regulatory Chemical Monitoring of Nonpolar Organic Compounds in the Aquatic Environment
Kees Booij;Craig D. Robinson;Robert M. Burgess;Philipp Mayer.
Environmental Science & Technology (2016)
Effects-directed analysis (EDA) and toxicity identification evaluation (TIE): Complementary but different approaches for diagnosing causes of environmental toxicity
Robert M. Burgess;Kay T. Ho;Werner Brack;Marja Lamoree.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (2013)
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