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Genetically Engineered Marine Organisms: Environmental and Economic Risks and Benefits

By: Raymond A Zilinskas and Peter J Balint

Chapman & Hall

Hardback | Dec 1998 | #89956 | ISBN: 0412152517
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About this book

Provides a comprehensive, multidisciplinary overview of the environmental, economic, and regulatory implications of advances in marine biotecnology.


Contents

Risk assessment for uncontained applications of genetically engineered organisms, M. Levin; characteristics of marine ecosystems relevant to uncontained applications of genetically engineered organisms, J.J. Gutrich, et al; analysis of the ecological risks associated with genetically engineered marine macroorganisms, J.J. Gutrich, H.H. Whiteman; analysis of the ecological risks associated with genetically engineered marine microorganisms, R.A. Zilinskas; federal and state regulations relevant to uncontained applications of genetically engineered marine organisms, S. Stenquist; economic analysis of introduced genetically engineered organisms, D. Hite, J.J. Gutrich; risks and benefits of marine biotechnology - conclusions and recommendations, P.J. Balint, et al.


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