Tag: PAHs

First thing to know is that PAHs are virtually insoluble in water. That’s why the focus is on...

Parsing pyrogenic PAHs: Forensic chemistry, receptor models, and source control policy Authors: Kirk O’Reilly; Jaana Pietari; Paul Boehm...

In 2013, PCTC joined 6 other organizations to review and comment on the public comment draft of the...

In 2013, the USGS scientists co-authored a paper in which the underlying data were manipulated and EPA's risk...

A Forensic Assessment of Coal Tar Sealants as a Source of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Urban Sediments Authors:...

DeMott, R.P. and Gauthier, T.D. (2011). Use of Mass Balance Bounding Estimates and Sensitivity Analysis to Prioritize PAH...

Comment on “PAHs Underfoot: Contaminated Dust from Coal-Tar Sealcoated Pavement is Widespread in the U.S.” Authors: Kirk O’Reilly;...

Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Austin Sediments After a Ban on Pavement Sealers Authors: Robert P. DeMott; Thomas...

Link to an article in Stormwater Magazine about PAHs in stormwater and urban sediments: A Review of PAHs:...