Shahid, Mutagenicity and Cytotoxicity Evaluation of Photo-Catalytically Treated Petroleum Refinery Wastewater Using an Array of Bioassays, Chemosphere
Parrella, "Toxicity identification evaluation of leachates from municipal solid waste landfills: a multispecies approach," Chemosphere
Decontamination of soil containing POPs by the combined action of solid Fenton-like reagents and microwaves, Chemosphere
Almost as iconic as the Chemosphere
, and one of several Lautner-designed homes on Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles, the Garcia residence was originally built for jazz composer Russ Garcia in 1962.
2008, "Particle-facilitated lead and arsenic transport in abandoned mine sites soil influenced by simulated acid rain," Chemosphere
, 71, pp.
The findings, posted online October 27 in Chemosphere
, are "unequivocal in showing that yes, BPA can go through human skin," says Frederick vom Saal of the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Matthew Houlding: The Chemosphere
- sculptures of imagined futuristic buildings.
The study has been published in the journal Chemosphere
These findings were noted in Chemosphere
They followed that with a spot-on restoration of John Lautner's 1960 Chemosphere
House, the saucer of steel, wood and glass perched on a concrete column in North Hollywood and owned by publisher Benedikt Taschen.
We find in his compelling pages John Lautner's 1960 Los Angeles Chemosphere
House; Matti Suuronen's round flying saucer-like 1968 Finnish Futuro House stunningly photographed at night with light pouring out of its portholes while the only visible object in the black sky above is a bright quarter-moon; Jean Maneval's twenty identical 1968 polyester Six-Shell Bubble Houses installed in an Alpine holiday village; Cesare Colombo's 1969 Habitation Capsule; Kisho Kurokawa's 1970 Nakagin Capsule Tower in Tokyo; Antti Lovag's weirdly beautiful 1975 Bubble Palace (bought in 1989 by Pierre Cardin); a chill out room; and even "cushicle" body suits that "could be expanded to form an inflated shelter with room enough for two" (86).
In a study published by the journal Chemosphere
, researchers concluded that farmed salmon contained higher levels of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), organochlorine pesticides and polybrominated diphenylethers than wild salmon.