Details on the Dataset of pharmaceuticals and personal care products in a Mediterranean coastal wetland

Published: 22 February 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/zy2zg7dhgv.1
, Daniele Sadutto,


Data on 32 pharmaceuticals and personal care products were collected in the Albufera Natural Park (Valencia, Spain) in 43 sampling points and ten wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs). The results of each individual extraction as well as the average is detailed in the Tables S1-S5 in the supplementary material. At last, in the Table S6-S7 were reported the linearity (R2), LOD, LOQ and matrix effect (ME) for each contaminant.


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This dataset correspond to water, sediment and soil samples taken in 2017 at the sampling points specified in the interactive link: The samples were analyzed according to the method reported in Sadutto, D., Álvarez-Ruiz, R. & Picó, Y. Systematic assessment of extraction of pharmaceuticals and personal care products in water and sediment followed by liquid chromatography–tandem mass spectrometry. Anal Bioanal Chem 412, 113–127 (2020). These data have been obtained thanks to the projects antropocen@ ( financed by the Generalitat valenciana (PROMETEO/2018/155); the Spanish Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities and the European Regional Development Fund through the project CICLIC (RTI 2018-097158-B-C31) ( Jarko Akkanen and Timo Ilo acknowledge the funding from “Kone Foundation”. Daniele Sadutto acknowledges the Generalitat Valenciana for his Santiago Grisolia grant: “GRISOLIAP/2018/102, Ref CPI-18-118"


Universitat de Valencia, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas


Pharmaceutical Analysis, Lake Sediment, Soil, Personal Care Product, Water, Emerging Contaminant, Environment Footprint, Coastal Wetland, Contamination