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Speciated arsenic concentrations, exposure, and associated health risks for rice and bulgur
Arsenic species were determined in rice and bulgur samples that were collected from 50 participants who also supplied exposure related information through a questionnaire survey. Speciation analysis was conducted using an ...
Forecasting ambient air SO2 concentrations using artificial neural networks
(Taylor & Francis, 2006-07)
An Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) model is constructed to forecast SO 2 concentrations in Izmir air. The model uses meteorological variables (wind speed and temperature) and measured particulate matter concentrations ...
A health risk assessment for exposure to trace metals via drinking water ingestion pathway
A health risk assessment was conducted for exposure to trace metals via drinking water ingestion pathway for Province of İzmir, Turkey. Concentrations of 11 trace metals were measured in drinking waters collected from 100 ...
Seasonal variation in drinking water concentrations of disinfection by-products in IZMIR and associated human health risks
Seasonal variation in concentrations of two different disinfection by-product groups, trihalomethanes (THMs) and haloacetonitriles (HANs), was investigated in tap water samples collected from five sampling points (one ...
An exposure–risk assessment for potentially toxic elements in rice and bulgur
Rice and wheat are rich sources of essential elements. However, they may also accumulate potentially toxic elements (PTE). Bulgur, the popular alternative to rice in the eastern Mediterranean, is produced by processing ...