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Organotin: Environmental Fate and Effects

Series: Environmental Management Series

Edited By: MA Champ and PF Seligman

623 pages, 2-volume set in slip-case, 12 b/w photos

Chapman & Hall

Hardback | Dec 1996 | #43096 | ISBN: 0412582406
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Important biological effects include direct toxicity, embryogenetic effects, and bioaccumulation in fish, oysters and bivalves.

'...thanks to this multidisciplinary approach, the environmental problem of organotin compounds could be solved.' The Journal of the European Water Pollution Control Association '...well worth the wait...this book is not only a comprehensive reference but also a valuable practical guide...very well edited...highly consistent, logically organized and very readable.' Marine Environmental Research '...the general organization of this book is good and individual chapters are both stimulating and readable.' Applied Organometallic Chemistry


An introduction to organotin compounds and their use in anti-fouling coatings, Michael A. Champ and Peter F. Seligman; European policy and regulatory action for organotin-based anti-fouling paints, R. Abel; regulatory policies and strategies for organotin compounds, Michael A. Champ and Terry L. Wade; purge-trap method for determination of tributyltin by atomic absorption spectrometry, James H. Weber et al; gas chromatographic determination of butylin compounds in water using hydride derivatization, Cheryl L. Matthias; grignard derivatization and mass spectrometry as techniques for the analysis of butyltins in environmental samples, M.A. Unger et al; analytical methods for tributyltin in sediments and tissues, R.J. Huggett et al; comparison of methodologies for butyltin species determination, K.W.M. Siu and S. Berman; a review of acute effects of tributyltin compounds on aquatic biota, Lenwood W. Hall and Steven J. Bushong; experimental studies of chronic toxicity of tributyltin compounds, Roy B. Laughlin et al; an assessment of the value of shell thickening in Crassostrea gigas as an indicator of exposure to tributyltin, M.J. Waldock et al; embryogenesis and larval development in Crassostrea gigas - experimental data and field observations on the effect of tributyltin compounds, E. His; reproductive failure in the gastropod Nucella lapillus associated with Imposex caused by Tributyltin pollution - a review, P.E. Gibbs and G.W. Bryan; flowthrough bioassay studies on the effects of anti-fouling TBT leachates, R. Scott henderson and Sandra M. Salazar; mussels as bioindicators - effects of TBT on survival, bioaccumulation, and growth under natural conditions, Michael H. Salazar and Sandra M. Salazar; bioaccumulation of TBT by aquatic organisms, Roy B. Laughlin Jr; tributyltin bioconcentration from solution and suspended sediments by oysters, with a comparison with uptake in a field experiment, M.H. Roberts Jr, et al; metabolism of tributyltin by aquatic organisms, Richard F. Lee; measurement and significance of the release rate for tributyltin, Paul Schatzberg; environmental loading of tributyltin from drydocks and ship hulls, P.F. Seligman et al; persistence and fate of tributyltin in aquatic ecosystems, P.F. Seligman et al; particle-water partitioning and the role of sediments as a sink and secondary source of TBT, J.R.W. Harris et al; sorption behaviour of tributyltin, M.A. Unger; tributyltin concentration in waters of the Chesapeake Bay, R.J. Huggett et al; tributyltin concentrations in water, sediment, and bivalve tissues from San Diego Bay and Hawaiian harbours; tributyltin in Canadian waters; changes in concentrations of organotins in water and sediment in England and Wales following legislation; organotins in municipal wastewater and sewage sludge; research information requirements associated with the enviromental fate and effects of organotin compounds.

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