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JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION

ISSN:

0959-6526

eISSN:

1879-1786

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  • Chemical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
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  • Nutrition and food technology (Agricultural sciences)
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  • Chemical sciences (Natural sciences)

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2020 140 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
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2020 140 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
2019 140 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
2018 40 A
2017 40 A
2016 40 A
2015 40 A
2014 40 A
2013 35 A
2012 30 A
2011 30 A
2010 27 A
2009 27 A
2008 27 A

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2019 10.9
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2019 10.9
2018 8.7
2017 7.7
2016 7.4
2015 6.8
2014 5.6
2013 5.6
2012 5.8
2011 5.1

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Status table SHERPA RoMEO
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  • Economic benefits from decreased mercury emissions: Projections for 2020
    Publication
    • K. Sundseth
    • J. Pacyna
    • E. Pacyna
    • J. Munthe
    • M. Belhaj
    • S. Astrom

    - JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION - 2009

    Rozne procesy antropogenne zwiększyły ekspozycję ludzi i zwierząt na toksyczna metylortęć. Oszacowano, że emisje rtęci wzrosna o około 25% miedzy latami 2005 i 2020. Jeśli utrzyma się ich dzisiejszy trend. Stwierdzono, że straty społeczne w skali globalnej, związane ze spożywaniem metylortęci i mierzone w obniżaniu się IQ ludzi, moga wynieść około 3.7 biliona USD rocznie. Ten koszt zwiazany z wdychaniem par rtęci jest znacznie...

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