Research results in development / implementation of the new methods, methodologies, and advanced techniques of analytical control for assessment of the environmental pollution level (water, soil, sediments, air, waste products) with inorganic and organic substances and microbiological contaminants. Laboratory and field ecotoxicological assessment studies for chemicals / polluted environmental samples regarding their biodegradability, acute and chronic toxicity on different aquatic organisms (fish, green algae, planktonic and benthic crustacean, rotifers, ciliates, plants and bacteria).
PTV In Situ Derivatization of Several Acidic Herbicides Using a Newly Developed GC-MS/MS Method See
The Toxic Effect of Conventional Treated Mine Water on Aquatic Organisms See
Efficiency of Biocides on the Aquatic Systems Through Bacterial Model See
Advanced research regarding the transfer of emerging contaminants from abiotic environmental factors to aquatic organisms and plants through bioaccumulation (BIOACUM) See
Characterization of different types of biomass wastes using thermogravimetric and ICP-MS analyses See