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Body condition affects concentrations of perfluoroalkylated substances (PFASs) in Arctic fox (Vulpes lagopus) tissues
Time trends of PCBs and pesticides in arctic foxes from Svalbard in the light of a changing climate
Cloning of peroxisome proliferator-activated receptors in polar bear (Ursus maritimus) - target receptors for environmental pollutants?
Contaminant effects on multiple endpoints in ringed seals - conclusions from a 5 year study
Effect of contaminants on polar bear fat metabolism in vitro
Polar bears in Svalbard, Norway: population biology and linkages to contaminants, human disturbance and sea ice changes
Selected trace elements in polar bears (Ursus maritimus) from Alaska, Canada and Greenland: Spatio-temporal trends and role of diet
Biotransformation of polybrominated diphenyl ethers and their hydroxylated analogues in ringed seals from Svalbard and the Baltic Sea
Biotransformation of organochlorine pesticides in ringed seals (Phoca hispida) from the Baltic Sea and from Svalbard
Levels and patterns of organohalogen contaminants in ringed seals from Svalbard and the Baltic Sea
Xenobiotic-metabolizing enzyme activities, PCBs and hydroxy-PCB metabolites in ringed seals from Svalbard and the Baltic Sea
Levels of clinical plasma proteins and enzymes in Svalbard polar bears (Ursus maritimus)
Flame retardants and methoxylated and hydroxylated PBDEs in two Norwegian Arctic top–predators: glaucous gulls and polar bears
Brominated flame retardants and methoxylated and hydroxylated PBDEs in two Norwegian arctic top-predators: glaucous gulls and polar bears
A screening method for analysis of perfluoro-alkylated substances in biota and its application to samples from an Arctic marine food chain
Can a mechanistic food web model be used to evaluate the quality of water POP measurements?
Comparison of organochlorines between zooplankton sampled from seabirds'stomachs and from the water column
Persistent organic polutants in organisms from the Barents Sea marginal ice zone (1998-2002)
Organochlorines and trophic positions in a marine pelagic food chain leading to seabirds in the Norwegian Arctic