C.J. van Leeuwen
C.J. van Leeuwen
Chief Science Officer/Principal Scientist/Professor at KWR and University of Utrecht
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Risk assessment of chemicals: an introduction
CJ van Leeuwen, TG Vermeire
Springer Science & Business Media, 2007
Classifying environmental pollutants
HJM Verhaar, CJ Van Leeuwen, JLM Hermens
Chemosphere 25 (4), 471-491, 1992
Toxicokinetics in fish: accumulation and elimination of six chlorobenzenes by guppies
H Könemann, K van Leeuwen
Chemosphere 9 (1), 3-19, 1980
Combined effects of metals; an ecotoxicological evaluation
EL Enserink, JL Maas-Diepeveen, CJ Van Leeuwen
Water Research 25 (6), 679-687, 1991
Maximum permissible and negligible concentrations for metals and metalloids in the Netherlands, taking into account background concentrations
T Crommentuijn, D Sijm, J De Bruijn, M Van den Hoop, K Van Leeuwen, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 60 (2), 121-143, 2000
Summary of a workshop on regulatory acceptance of (Q) SARs for human health and environmental endpoints.
JS Jaworska, M Comber, C Auer, CJ Van Leeuwen
Environmental health perspectives 111 (10), 1358-1360, 2003
Application of QSARs, extrapolation and equilibrium partitioning in aquatic effects assessment. I. Narcotic industrial pollutants
CJ Van Leeuwen, PTJ Van Der Zandt, T Aldenberg, HJM Verhaar, ...
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 11 (2), 267-282, 1992
The challenges of water, waste and climate change in cities
SHA Koop, CJ van Leeuwen
Environment, development and sustainability 19 (2), 385-418, 2017
Deriving quality criteria for water and sediment from the results of aquatic toxicity tests and product standards: application of the equilibrium partitioning method
LA Van der Kooij, D Van De Meent, CJ Van Leeuwen, WA Bruggeman
Water Research 25 (6), 697-705, 1991
Priority setting for existing chemicals: European Union risk ranking method
BG Hansen, AG Van Haelst, K Van Leeuwen, P Van Der Zandt
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 18 (4), 772-779, 1999
Peer reviewed: meeting the scientific needs of ecological risk assessment in a regulatory context
SP Bradbury, TCJ Feijtel, CJV Leeuwen
Environmental science & technology 38 (23), 463A-470A, 2004
Pollution-induced community tolerance of soil microbial communities caused by the antibiotic sulfachloropyridazine
H Schmitt, P van Beelen, J Tolls, CL Van Leeuwen
Environmental science & technology 38 (4), 1148-1153, 2004
The use of cohorts and populations in chronic toxicity studies with Daphnia magna: a cadmium example
CJ Van Leeuwen, WJ Luttmer, PS Griffioen
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety 9 (1), 26-39, 1985
Maximum permissible and negligible concentrations for some organic substances and pesticides
T Crommentuijn, D Sijm, J De Bruijn, K Van Leeuwen, E Van de Plassche
Journal of Environmental Management 58 (4), 297-312, 2000
City blueprints: 24 indicators to assess the sustainability of the urban water cycle
CJ van Leeuwen, J Frijns, A van Wezel, FHM van de Ven
Water resources management 26 (8), 2177-2197, 2012
Differences in susceptibility of early life stages of rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) to environmental pollutants
CJ Van Leeuwen, PS Griffioen, WHA Vergouw, JL Maas-Diepeveen
Aquatic toxicology 7 (1-2), 59-78, 1985
Modelling the accumulation of hydrophobic organic chemicals in earthworms
AC Belfroid, W Scinen, KCAM van Gestel, JLM Hermens, ...
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 2 (1), 5-15, 1995
Effect of cadmium on the reproduction strategy of Daphnia magna
CWM Bodar, CJ Van Leeuwen, PA Voogt, DI Zandee
Aquatic Toxicology 12 (4), 301-309, 1988
Classifying environmental pollutants: Part 3. External validation of the classification system
HJM Verhaar, J Solbé, J Speksnijder, CJ van Leeuwen, JLM Hermens
Chemosphere 40 (8), 875-883, 2000
Assessment of additional testing needs under REACH
F Pedersen, J De Bruijn, S Munn, K Van Leeuwen
Effects of (Q) SARs, risk based testing and voluntary industry initiatives …, 2003
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