By: LA Harrington and DW Macdonald
104 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Provides information on those species considered most at risk to pesticide exposure and reviews the evidence for adverse effects of different classes of pesticide. Also explores how pesticides may affect mammals through changes in their food and habitat and makes some recommendations for pesticide policy and scientific study.
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