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Popular Articles in February


The articles published in Environmental Science: Advances cover a range of important topics related to environmental science which provide a valuable insight into the most pressing environmental challenges. Throughout February, a number of our articles received significant engagement from the community. Here, we have compiled some of the most popular articles from the past month:


Policy options to account for multiple chemical pollutants threatening biodiversity

L. K. Mueller, M. Ågerstrand, T. Backhaus, M. Diamond, W. R. Erdelen, D. Evers, K. J. Groh, M. Scheringer, G. Sigmund, Z. Wang and A. Schäffer, Environ. Sci.: Adv., 2023, 2, 151–161. DOI: 10.1039/D2VA00257D.


What do we know about the production and release of persistent organic pollutants in the global environment?

L. Li, C. Chen, D. Li, K. Breivik, G. Abbasi and Y.-F. Li, Environ. Sci.: Adv., 2023, 2, 55–68. DOI: 10.1039/D2VA00145D.


The emergence of microplastics: charting the path from research to regulations

S. Coffin, Environ Sci.: Adv., 2023, Advance Article. DOI: 10.1039/D2VA00275B.

Factors affecting real-world applications of HEPA purifiers in improving indoor air quality

S. D. Lowther, W. Deng, Z. Fang, D. Booker, J. D. Whyatt, O. Wild, X. Wang and K. C. Jones, Environ. Sci.: Adv., 2023, 2, 235–246. DOI: 10.1039/D2VA00206J.


Hemocompatibility of biogenic phosphorus nano-agromaterials at environmentally relevant and supra-environmental concentrations for occupational exposure

A. Priyam, L. O. Afonso, A. G. Schultz, A. K. Dinda and P. P. Singh, Environ. Sci.: Adv., 2023, 2, 313–324. DOI: 10.1039/D2VA00237J.


Seasonal and spatial patterns differ between intracellular and extracellular antibiotic resistance genes in urban stormwater runoff

K. O’Malley, P. J. McNamara and W. M. McDonald, Environ. Sci.: Adv., 2022, 1, 380–390. DOI: 10.1039/D2VA00065B.


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