Recent Research

Chemcatcher® has been used by researchers in a wide range of water monitoring applications around the world from South African rivers, to the surroundings of the Fukushima nuclear reactor, to the Great Barrier Reef to Irish rivers.

Here we have put together a non-exhaustive selection of recently published research papers featuring Chemcatcher®

Calibration and Field Application of the Atlantic HLB Disk Containing Chemcatcher® PassiveSampler

Using a multi-dimensional approach for catchment scale herbicide pollution assessments

Use of the Chemcatcher® passive sampler and time-of-flight mass spectrometry to screen for emerging pollutants in rivers in Gauteng Province of South Africa

Bioavailability of estrogenic compounds from sediment in the context of flood events evaluated by passive sampling

Comparison of different monitoring methods for the measurement of metaldehyde in surface waters

Passive samplers in sewers and rivers with highly fluctuating micropollutant concentrations – Better than we thought

Mechanistic Model Describing the Uptake of Chemicals by Aquatic Integrative Samplers: Comparison to Data and Implications for Improved Sampler Configurations

Passive samplers to quantify micropollutants in sewer overflows: accumulation behaviour and field validation for short pollution events

Calibration and field evaluation of the Chemcatcher® passive sampler for monitoring metaldehyde in surface water

Calibration and application of the Chemcatcher® passive sampler for monitoring acidic herbicides in the River Exe, UK catchment

Monitoring of explosive residues in lake-bottom water using Polar Organic Chemical Integrative Sampler (POCIS) and Chemcatcher: determination of transfer kinetics through Polyethersulfone (PES) membrane is crucial

Concentrations, fluxes and field calibration of passive water samplers for pesticides and hazard-based risk assessment

Measuring metaldehyde in surface waters in the UK using two monitoring approachest

Passive sampling for monitoring polar organic pollutants in water by three typical samplers

Passive Sampling to Monitor Hazardous Compounds in Water: A Tool for the Risk Assessment of Consuming Aquatic Food

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