Marine Rousseau's scientific contributions

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... In the case of PAHs, multiplying the measured concentration of the individual hydrocarbon by its corresponding TEF gives the concentration of the molecule in terms of BaP, since BaP is considered the most well defined in terms of carcinogenicity and toxicity; the addition of individual concentrations results in a total concentration of BaP defined as the toxic equivalent quantity (TEQ) (Keshavarzi et al., 2015; Alternatively, cartographic methods are also of current use for mapping hazards and risks Cuba et al., 2014;Durango-Cordero et al., 2018;Finer et al., 2008). To determine the hydrocarbon pollution hazard we combined the surface runoff estimated with the IRIP (Intensive Rainfall Runoff) method (Cadot et al., 2016). Since this method is based on the environmental characteristics (geology, nature of soils, relief, land use, etc.) and takes into account the multiplicity of sources, it was used only for the NEAR. ...