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Darya Kupryianchyk
Darya Kupryianchyk
Swedish Geotechnical Institute
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In situ remediation of contaminated sediments using carbonaceous materials
MI Rakowska, D Kupryianchyk, J Harmsen, T Grotenhuis, AA Koelmans
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 31 (4), 693-704, 2012
1262012
Treatment of sites contaminated with perfluorinated compounds using biochar amendment
D Kupryianchyk, SE Hale, GD Breedveld, G Cornelissen
Chemosphere 142, 35-40, 2016
962016
Ecotoxicological effects of activated carbon amendments on macroinvertebrates in nonpolluted and polluted sediments
D Kupryianchyk, EP Reichman, MI Rakowska, E Peeters, JTC Grotenhuis, ...
Environmental science & technology 45 (19), 8567-8574, 2011
892011
Sorption of hydrophobic organic compounds to a diverse suite of carbonaceous materials with emphasis on biochar
D Kupryianchyk, S Hale, AR Zimmerman, O Harvey, D Rutherford, ...
Chemosphere 144, 879-887, 2016
772016
A synthesis of parameters related to the binding of neutral organic compounds to charcoal
SE Hale, HPH Arp, D Kupryianchyk, G Cornelissen
Chemosphere 144, 65-74, 2016
582016
In situ treatment with activated carbon reduces bioaccumulation in aquatic food chains
D Kupryianchyk, MI Rakowska, I Roessink, EP Reichman, JTC Grotenhuis, ...
Environmental science & technology 47 (9), 4563-4571, 2013
572013
Bioturbation and dissolved organic matter enhance contaminant fluxes from sediment treated with powdered and granular activated carbon
D Kupryianchyk, A Noori, MI Rakowska, JTC Grotenhuis, AA Koelmans
Environmental science & technology 47 (10), 5092-5100, 2013
502013
Long-term recovery of benthic communities in sediments amended with activated carbon
D Kupryianchyk, E Peeters, MI Rakowska, EP Reichman, JTC Grotenhuis, ...
Environmental science & technology 46 (19), 10735-10742, 2012
432012
Community effects of carbon nanotubes in aquatic sediments
I Velzeboer, D Kupryianchyk, E Peeters, AA Koelmans
Environment international 37 (6), 1126-1130, 2011
412011
Positioning activated carbon amendment technologies in a novel framework for sediment management
D Kupryianchyk, MI Rakowska, D Reible, J Harmsen, G Cornelissen, ...
Integrated environmental assessment and management 11 (2), 221-234, 2015
392015
In situ sorption of hydrophobic organic compounds to sediment amended with activated carbon
D Kupryianchyk, MI Rakowska, JTC Grotenhuis, AA Koelmans
Environmental Pollution 161, 23-29, 2012
352012
Extraction of sediment‐associated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons with granular activated carbon
MI Rakowska, D Kupryianchyk, T Grotenhuis, HHM Rijnaarts, ...
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 32 (2), 304-311, 2013
342013
Kinetics of hydrophobic organic contaminant extraction from sediment by granular activated carbon
MI Rakowska, D Kupryianchyk, MPJ Smit, AA Koelmans, JTC Grotenhuis, ...
Water Research 51, 86-95, 2014
202014
Hyperthyroidism, a new disease in cats-is it caused by exposure to environmental organic pollutants?
D Kupryianchyk, L Hovander, B Jones, NG Lindqvist, S Eriksson, ...
Dioxin 2009, 2720-2725, 2009
202009
Equilibrium and kinetic modeling of contaminant immobilization by activated carbon amended to sediments in the field
MI Rakowska, D Kupryianchyk, AA Koelmans, T Grotenhuis, ...
water research 67, 96-104, 2014
172014
Modeling trade-off between PAH toxicity reduction and negative effects of sorbent amendments to contaminated sediments
D Kupryianchyk, MI Rakowska, JTC Grotenhuis, AA Koelmans
Environmental science & technology 46 (9), 4975-4984, 2012
172012
THM; Grotenhuis, JTC; Koelmans, AA Ecotoxicological effects of activated carbon amendments on macroinvertebrates in nonpolluted and polluted sediments
D Kupryianchyk, EP Reichman, MI Rakowska, E Peeters
Environ. Sci. Technol 45 (19), 8567-8574, 2011
152011
Bromoanisoles and methoxylated bromodiphenyl ethers in macroalgae from Nordic coastal regions
TF Bidleman, A Andersson, S Brugel, L Ericson, P Haglund, ...
Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts 21 (5), 881-892, 2019
72019
Turbulent mixing accelerates PAH desorption due to fragmentation of sediment particle aggregates
MI Rakowska, MPJ Smit, D Kupryianchyk, J Qin, AA Koelmans, ...
Journal of Soils and Sediments 17 (1), 277-285, 2017
62017
The reuse of excavated soils from construction and demolition projects: Limitations and possibilities
SE Hale, AJ Roque, G Okkenhaug, E Sørmo, T Lenoir, C Carlsson, ...
Sustainability 13 (11), 6083, 2021
42021
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