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Ogata, Yuko and Takada, Hideshige and Mizukawa, Kaoruko and Hirai, HIsashi and Iwasa, Satoru and Zakaria, Mohamad Pauzi (2009) International pellet watch: global monitoring of persistent organic pollutants(POPs) in coastal waters. 1. Initial phase data on PCBs, DDTs, and HCHs. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 58 (10). pp. 1437-1446. ISSN 1437-1446
Saha, Mahua and Togo, Ayako and Mizukawa, Kaoruko and Murakami, Michio and Takada, Hideshige and Zakaria, Mohamad Pauzi and H. Chiem, Nguyen and Tuyen, Bui Cach and Prudente, Maricar and Boonyatumanond, Ruchaya and Sarkar, Santosh Kumar and Bhattacharya, Badal and Mishra, Pravakar and Tana, Touch Seang (2009) Sources of sedimentary PAHs in tropical Asian waters : differentiation between pyrogenic and petrogenic sources by alkyl homolog abundance. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 58 . pp. 189-200. ISSN 0025-326X
Chandru, Kuhan and Zakaria, Mohamad Pauzi and Anita, Sofia and Shahbazi, Azadeh and Sakari, Mahyar and Bahry, Pourya Shahpoury and Mohamed, Che Abd Rahim (2008) Characterization of alkanes, hopanes and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHS) in tar-bals collected from the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 56 (5). pp. 950-962. ISSN 0025-326X
Agusa, Tetsuro and Kunito, Takashi and Yasunaga, Genta and Iwata, Hisato and Subramanian, Annamalai and Ismail, Ahmad and Tanabe, Shinsuke (2005) Concentrations of trace elements in marine fish and its risk assessment in Malaysia. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 51 (8-12). pp. 896-911. ISSN 0025-326X
Yap, Chee Kong and Ismail, Ahmad and Tan, Soon Guan (2003) Cd and Zn concentrations in the straits of Malacca and intertidal sediments of the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 46 (10). pp. 1349-1353. ISSN 0025-326X
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