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The interplay of environmental toxicology and chemistry in the development of sediment quality criteria

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The search for rational methods to develop criteria for various media—water, sediment, and tissue—and various receptors—aquatic, terrestrial, and human—has been a consistent and continuous enterprise from the beginning of environmental toxicology. Many of the 100 most frequently cited papers in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry directly or indirectly address topics relevant to criteria. Subsets of these papers are concerned with the interaction between environmental toxicology and environmental chemistry. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. © 2012 SETAC

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