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By: Michael C Newman and William H Clements
852 pages, b/w photos & figures, tables
A presentation that unifies the field, this book brings together concepts and information about containment effects at all levels of the biological hierarchy. Beginning at the biomolecular level, the book builds progressively toward a discussion of effects to the entire biosphere. Emphasizing ecological components, the authors strike a balance between the presentation of details relevant at each level and the integration of phenomena and processes among levels. The result is a book rich in details that are integrated as much as currently possible in the new science of ecotoxicology.
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