Aquatic Toxicology Books

  • Aquatic Toxicology and Environmental Fate

    STP 1007 marks the beginning of the second decade of aquatic toxicology as a mature science. Papers address: Large scale cumulative effects of multiple pollution sources on regional communities and populations; effects of spills, storm runoff, and other non routine exposures with complex temporal dynamics; effects of variation in organism ...

  • Aquatic Toxicology and Environmental Fate

    Ninth in ASTM series, this volume addresses the following subjects: • the impact of genetically engineered microorganisms in aquatic environments• bioaccumulation and bio transformation of xenobiotics• uality assurance programs for the hydra reaggregation test and the hydrogen oxidation soil bioassy• biomonitoring• new test ...

  • Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment: 7th Symposium

    Discusses approaches for determining the impact of pollution on aquatic ecosystems through toxicological and chemical fate assessments. Five sections cover: methods development, refinement, and evaluation; chemicals and chemical wastes; impact of wastes on aquatic ecosystems; bioavailability; and national water quality ...

  • Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment

    STP 766 presents a discussion of the science's lack of quantitative growth and innovation based on the experience of those dealing in the practical application of aquatic toxicology as decision tools in aquatic toxicology as decision tools in aquatic safety assessment. However the papers contained combat this challenge and express new and ...

  • Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment

    The 10th volume in this series begins with a review of aquatic toxicology from its early dealing with acute problems, to its current statue as a mature field of science capable of dealing with long-term and sophisticated issues. The volume also features papers in two sections that address new aspects of aquatic toxicology: 1) bioengineering and ...

  • Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment

    The contents of STP 802 include papers on aquatic toxicology, environmental chemistry, environmental modeling, and aquatic hazard assessment. 35 papers serve in the attempt to bridge the gap between laboratory and field results and to model of study the behavior of chemicals of organisms in complex ...

  • Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment

    The book covers discussions of new concepts, methods and research results in aquatic toxicology and hazard assessment. This book is broken down into three sections: safety margins; environmental chemistry and fate modeling; and application of aquatic hazard assessment principles. ...

  • Aquatic Toxicology

    This volume represents essentially all the basic and applied aspects of aquatic toxicology. Addresses such subjects as: biological monitoring; toxicology methods development; bioconcentration; water quality management; effluent testing; physiology and behavior; and single toxicant ...

  • Aquatic Toxicology: Proceedings of the Second Annual Symposium on Aquatc Toxicology

    The second symposium on Aquatic Toxicology was held in Cleveland, Ohio, on 31 Oct.-1 Nov. 1977. This symposium was sponsored by the American Society for Testing and Materials through its Committee E35 on Pesticides. L. L. Marking, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and R. A. Kimerle, Monsanto Co., presided as chairmen of the symposium and served as ...

  • Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment

    Begins with papers establishing the need for RSP alloy development for use in aerospace and land vehicles. Follows with tutorial papers on solidification theory and stereological characteristics. Concludes with papers on powders, consolidations and processing, and characterization and ...

  • Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Evaluation

    A pioneer attempt to assess the safety of chemicals that directly of indirectly affect water based ecosystems. 22 papers provide state-of-the-art for research approaches, new applications of old methods, new data on several pesticides and other ...

  • Lipids in Freshwater Ecosystems

    There is a general lack of understanding of the role of lipids in aquatic ecosystems. The fundamental purpose of this book is to synthesize the divergent literature on aquatic lipids into a coordinated, digestible form. A large part of the book addresses lipid composition and production in freshwater organisms, with chapters on phytoplankton, ...

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