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Compendium of Trace Metals and Marine Biota (2-Volume Set) Volume 1: Plants and Invertebrates / Volume 2: Vertebrates

By: Ronald Eisler(Author)
Publisher: Elsevier
Compendium of Trace Metals and Marine Biota (2-Volume Set)
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Written over a period of several decades by a national and international authority on trace metals in living marine organisms, Compendium of Trace Metals and Marine Biota has two main objectives. The first is to summarize the available world literature on trace metal and metalloid concentrations in tissues of representative field populations of marine, estuarine and oceanic vertebrates, plants and invertebrates and their significance to organism health and to the health of their consumers.

The second is to synthesize existing information on biological, chemical and physical factors known to modify uptake, retention and translocation of each element by selected groups of marine organisms under field and laboratory conditions. Recognition of the importance of these modifiers and their accompanying interactions is essential to the understanding of metals kinetics in marine systems and to the interpretation of baseline residue data in marine animals and plants.

This compendium set includes both volumes (Volume 1 covers plants and invertebrates whilst volume 2 covers vertebrates).

Contents

CONTENTS

1 INTRODUCTION
1.1  Literature Cited

2. ALGAE AND MACROPHYTES
 
2.1  Aluminum
2.2  Americium
2.3  Antimony
2.4  Arsenic
2.5  Barium
2.6  Beryllium
2.7  Bismuth
2.8  Boron
2.9  Cadmium
2.10 Cerium
2.11 Cesium
2.12 Chromium
2.13 Cobalt
2.14 Copper
2.15 Gallium
2.16 Germanium
2.17 Gold
2.18 Iron
2.19 Lead
2.20 Lithium
2.21 Manganese
2.22. Mercury
2.23 Molybdenum
2.24 Nickel
2.25 Plutonium
2.26 Radium
2.27 Rhenium
2.28 Rubidium
2.29 Ruthenium
2.30 Selenium
2.31 Silicon
2.32 Silver
2.33. Strontium
2.34 Technetium
2.35 Tin
2.36 Titanium
2.37 Tungsten
2.38 Uranium
2.39 Vanadium
2.40 Yttrium
2.41 Zinc
2.42 Zirconium
2.43 Literature Cited

3 PROTISTS
         
3.1  Aluminum
3.2  Arsenic
3.3  Barium
3.4  Cadmium
3.5  Cesium
3.6  Chromium
3.7  Cobalt
3.8  Copper
3.9  Gallium
3.10 Iron
3.11 Lead
3.12 Manganese
3.13 Mercury
3.14 Nickel
3.15 Silver
3.16 Strontium
3.17 Tin
3.18 Titanium
3.19 Zinc
3.20 Literature Cited

4 SPONGES

4.1  Aluminum
4,2  Antimony
4.3  Arsenic
4.4  Barium
4.5  Cadmium
4.6  Cobalt
4.7  Copper
4.8  Gallium
4.9  Iron
4.10 Lead
4.11 Manganese
4.12 Mercury
4.13 Nickel
4.14 Plutonium
4.15 Ruthenium
4.16 Selenium
4.17 Silver
4.18 Strontium
4.19 Vanadium
4.20 Zinc
4.21 Literature Cited

5 COELENTERATES
      
5.1  Aluminum
5.2  Antimony
5.3  Arsenic
5.4  Barium
5.5  Bismuth
5.6  Boron
5.7  Cadmium
5.8  Cesium
5.9  Chromium
5.10 Cobalt
5.11 Copper
5.12 Gallium
5.13 Iron
5.14 Lead
5.15. Lithium
5.16 Manganese
5.17 Mercury
5.18 Molybdenum
5.19 Nickel
5.20 Radium
5.21 Rubidium
5.22 Ruthenium
5.23 Scandium
5.24 Silicon
5.25 Silver
5.26 Strontium
5.27 Thorium
5.28 Tin
5.29 Titanium
5.30 Uranium
5.31 Vanadium
5.32 Zinc
5.33 Literature Cited

6 MOLLUSCS
    
6.1  Aluminum
6.2  Americium
6.3  Antimony
6.4  Arsenic
6.5  Barium
6.6  Bismuth
6.7  Boron
6.8  Cadmium
6.9  Cerium
6.10 Cesium
6.11 Chromium
6.12 Cobalt
6.13 Copper
6.14 Europium
6.15 Gallium
6.16 Gold
6.17 Hafnium
6.18 Iron
6.19 Lanthanum
6.20 Lead
6.21 Lithium
6.22 Manganese
6.23 Mercury
6.24 Molybdenum
6.25 Neptunium
6.26 Nickel
6.27 Niobium
6.28 Plutonium
6.29 Polonium
6.30 Protactinium
6.31 Radium
6.32 Rhenium
6.3. Rubidium
6.34 Ruthenium
6.35 Samarium
6.36 Scandium
6.37 Selenium
6.38 Silicon
6.39 Silver
6.40 Strontium
6.41 Tantalum
6.42 Technetium
6.43 Tellurium
6.44 Terbium
6.45 Thallium
6.46 Thorium
6.47 Tin
6.48 Titanium
6.49 Tungsten
6.50 Uranium
6.51 Vanadium
6.52. Ytterbium
6.53 Zinc
6.54 Zirconium
6.55 Literature Cited

7 CRUSTACEANS
    
7.1  Aluminum
7.2  Antimony
7.3  Arsenic
7.4  Barium
7.5  Beryllium
7.6  Bismuth
7.7  Boron
7.8  Cadmium
7.9  Cerium
7.10 Cesium
7.11 Chromium
7.12. Cobalt
7.13. Copper
7.14 Dysprosium
7.15 Erbium
7.16 Europium
7.17 Gadolinium
7.18 Gallium
7.19 Germanium
7.20 Gold
7.21 Holmium
7.22 Iron
7.23 Lanthanum
7.24 Lead
7.25 Lithium
7.26 Lutetium
7.27 Manganese
7.28 Mercury
7.29 Molybdenum
7.30 Neodymium
7.31 Neptunium
7.32 Nickel
7.33 Niobium
7.34 Plutonium
7.35 Polonium
7.36 Praseodymium
7.37 Protactinium
7.38 Radium
7.39 Rhenium
7.40 Rubidium
7.41 Ruthenium
7.42 Samarium
7.43 Scandium
7.44 Selenium
7.45 Silicon
7.46 Silver
7.47 Strontium
7.48 Terbium
7.49 Thallium
7.50 Thorium
7.51 Thulium
7.52 Tin
7.53 Titanium
7.54 Tungsten
7.55 Uranium
7.56 Vanadium
7.57 Ytterbium
7.58 Yttrium
7.59 Zinc
7.60 Zirconium
7.61 Literature Cited
 
8 INSECTA
 
8.1  Cadmium
8.2  Chromium
8.3  Copper
8.4  Iron
8.5  Lead
8.6  Manganese
8.7  Nickel
8.8  Zinc
8.9  Literature Cited

9 CHAETOGNATHS

9.1  Arsenic
9.2  Barium
9.3  Boron
9.4  Cadmium
9.5  Chromium
9.6  Cobalt
9.7  Copper
9.8  Gallium
9.9  Iron
9.10 Lead
9.11 Lithium
9.12 Molybdenum
9.13 Nickel
9.14 Silver
9.15 Strontium
9.16 Tin
9.17 Titanium
9.18 Vanadium
9.19 Zinc
9.20 Zirconium
9.21 Literature Cited

10 ANNELIDS

10.1  Aluminum
10.2  Americium
10.3  Antimony
10.4  Arsenic
10.5  Barium
10.6  Cadmium
10.7  Cesium
10.8  Chromium
10.9  Cobalt
10.10 Copper
10.11 Iron
10.12. Lead
10.13. Manganese
10.14 Mercury
10.15 Nickel
10.16 Plutonium
10.17 Ruthenium
10.18 Samarium
10.19 Scandium
10.20 Selenium
10.21 Silver
10.22 Strontium
10.23 Tin
10.24 Zinc
10.25 Zirconium
10.26 Literature Cited

11 ECHINODERMS

11.1  Aluminum
11.2  Antimony
11.3  Arsenic
11.4  Barium
11.5  Boron
11.6  Cadmium
11.7  Cerium
11.8  Cesium
11.9  Chromium
11.10 Cobalt
11.11 Copper
11.12 Europium
11.13 Gallium
11.14 Iron
11.15 Lead
11.16 Manganese
11.17 Mercury
11.18 Molybdenum
11.19 Nickel
11.20 Plutonium
11.21 Rubidium
11.22 Scandium
11.23 Selenium
11.24 Silver
11.25 Strontium
11.26 Technetium
11.27 Tin
11.28 Zinc
11.29 Literature Cited

12 TUNICATES

12.1  Antimony
12.2  Arsenic
12.3  Barium
12.4  Boron
12.5  Cadmium
12.6  Cesium
12.7  Chromium
12.8  Cobalt
12.9  Copper
12.10 Iron
12.11 Lead
12.12. Manganese
12.13. Mercury
12.14 Nickel
12.15 Niobium
12.16 Rubidium
12.17 Ruthenium
12.18 Scandium
12.19 Selenium
12.20 Silver
12.21 Strontium
12.22 Tin
12.23 Titanium
12.24 Vanadium
12.25 Zinc
12.26 Literature Cited

13 CONCLUDING REMARKS

13.1 General
13.2 Breadth of Coverage
13.3 Depth of Coverage
13.4 Literature Cited
 
INDEX

VOLUME 2

                                
1   INTRODUCTION
1.1  Literature Cited

2   ELASMOBRANCHS
      
2.1  Americium
2.2  Arsenic
2.3  Cadmium
2.4  Cerium
2.5  Cesium
2.6  Chromium
2.7  Cobalt
2.8  Copper
2.9  Iron
2.10 Lead
2.11 Manganese
2.12 Mercury
2.13 Nickel
2.14 Plutonium
2.15 Ruthenium
2.16 Selenium
2.17 Silver
2.18 Strontium
2.19 Tin
2.20 Zinc
2.21 Literature Cited
 
3   FISHES

3.1  Aluminum
3.2  Americium
3.3  Antimony
3.4  Arsenic
3.5  Barium
3.6  Beryllium
3.7  Bismuth
3.8  Boron
3.9  Cadmium
3.10 Cerium
3.11 Cesium
3.12 Chromium
3.13 Cobalt
3.14 Copper
3.15 Gallium
3.16 Germanium
3.17 Gold
3.18 Indium
3.19 Iron
3.20 Lead
3.21 Lithium
3.22 Manganese
3.23 Mercury
3.24 Molybdenum
3.25 Neptunium
3.26 Nickel
3.27 Niobium
3.28 Palladium
3.29 Plutonium
3.30 Polonium
3.31 Radium
3.32 Rhenium
3.33 Rubidium
3.34 Ruthenium
3.35 Scandium
3.36 Selenium
3.37 Silver
3.38 Strontium
3.39 Tellurium
3.40 Thallium
3.41 Tin.
3.42 Titanium
3.43 Tungsten
3.44 Uranium
3.45 Vanadium
3.46 Yttrium
3.47 Zinc
3.48 Zirconium
3.49 Literature Cited

4   REPTILES

4.1  Aluminum
4.2  Antimony
4.3  Arsenic
4.4  Barium
4.5  Beryllium
4.6  Cesium
4.7  Cadmium
4.8  Chromium
4.9  Cobalt
4.10 Copper
4.11 Iron
4.12 Lead
4.13 Manganese
4.14 Mercury
4.15 Molybdenum
4.16 Nickel
4.17 Rubidium
4.18 Selenium
4.19 Silver
4.20 Strontium
4.21 Thallium
4.22 Titanium
4.23 Uranium
4.24 Vanadium
4.25 Zinc
4.26 Literature Cited

5   BIRDS

5.1  Aluminum
5.2  Americium
5.3  Antimony
5.4  Arsenic
5.5  Barium
5.6  Beryllium
5.7  Bismuth
5.8  Boron
5.9  Cadmium
5.10 Cesium
5.11 Chromium
5.12 Cobalt
5.13 Copper
5.14 Europium
5.15 Gallium
5.16 Indium
5.17 Iron
5.18 Lanthanum
5.19 Lead
5.20 Lithium
5.21 Manganese
5.22 Mercury
5.23 Molybdenum
5.24 Nickel
5.25 Plutonium
5.26 Rubidium
5.27 Selenium
5.28 Silver
5.29 Strontium
5.30 Technetium
5.31 Thallium
5.32 Thorium
5.33 Tin
`5.34 Tungsten
5.35 Uranium
5.36 Vanadium
5.37 Zinc
5.38 Literature Cited

6   MAMMALS

6.1  Aluminum
6.2  Americium
6.3  Antimony
6.4  Arsenic
6.5  Barium
6.6  Beryllium
6.7  Bismuth
6.8  Boron
6.9  Cadmium
6.10 Cesium
6.11 Chromium
6.12 Cobalt
6.13 Copper
6.14 Gold
6.15 Indium
6.16 Iron
6.17 Lead
6.18 Lithium
6.19 Manganese
6.20 Mercury
6.21 Molybdenum
6.22 Nickel
6.23 Palladium
6.24 Platinum
6.25 Plutonium
6.26 Polonium
6.27 Rubidium
6.28 Selenium
6.29 Silver
6.30 Strontium
6.31 Thallium
6.32 Tin
6.33 Titanium
6.34 Uranium
6.35 Vanadium
6.36 Zinc
6.37 Literature Cited

7   CONCLUDING REMARKS
7.1 General
7.2 Breadth of Coverage
7.3 Depth of Coverage
7.4 Literature Cited

INDEX

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By: Ronald Eisler(Author)
Publisher: Elsevier
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