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Handbook of Ecotoxicology

Edited By: DJ Hoffman, BA Rattner, GA Burton and J Cairns
1290 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Lewis Publishers
Handbook of Ecotoxicology
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  • Handbook of Ecotoxicology ISBN: 9781566705462 Edition: 2 Hardback Nov 2002 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1 week
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Not to be confused with Calow's two-volume work of the same title, this new book contains contributions and case studies (mostly US examples) from more than 50 scientists on all aspects of ecotoxicology.


Introduction, D.J. Hoffman, B.A. Rattner, G.A. Burton, Jr., and J. Cairns, Jr.QUANTIFYING AND MEASURING ECOTOXICOLOGICAL EFFECTSAquatic Toxicology Test Methods, W.J. Adams and C. RowlandModel Aquatic Ecosystems in Ecotoxicological Research: Considerations of Design, Implementation, and Analysis, J.H. Kennedy, T.W. La Point, P. Balci, J.Stanley, and Z.B. JohnsonWildlife Toxicity Testing, D.J. HoffmanSediment Toxicity Testing: Issues and Methods, G.A. Burton, Jr., D.L. Denton, K. Ho, and D.S. IrelandToxicological Significance of Soil Ingestion by Wild and Domestic Animals, W.N. Beyer, and G.F. FriesWildlife and the Remediation of Contaminated Soils: Extending the Analysis of Ecological Risks to Habitat Restoration, G. Linder, G. Henderson, and E. InghamPhytotoxicity, S.J. Klaine, M.A. Lewis and S.L. KnutesonLandscape Ecotoxicology, K. Holl and J. Cairns, Jr.Using Biomonitoring Data for Stewardship of Natural Resources, R.P. Breckenridge and T.M. BartishBioindicators of Contaminant Exposure and Effect in Aquatic and Terrestrial Monitoring, M. J. MelanconCONTAMINANT SOURCES AND EFFECTSWildlife Toxicology of Organophosphorus and Carbamate Pesticides, E.F. HillOrganochlorine Pesticides, L.J. BlusPetroleum and Individual Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons, P.H. AlbersLead in the Environment, O.H. Pattee and D.J. PainEcotoxicology of Mercury, J.G. Wiener, D.P. Krabbenhoft, G.H. Heinz, and A.M. ScheuhammerEcotoxicology of Selenium, H.M. OhlendorfSources, Pathways and Effects of PCBs, Dioxins, and Dibenzofurans, C. P. Rice, P. O'Keefe, and T. KubiakReceiving Water Impacts Associated with Urban Wet Weather Flows, R.E. PittNuclear and Thermal, L. Meyers-Schone and S.S. TalmageGlobal Effects of Deforestation, R.A. HoughtonPathogens and Disease, F.A. LeightonEnvironmental Factors Affecting Contaminant Toxicity in Aquatic and Terrestrial Vertebrates, B.A. Rattner and A.G. HeathCASE HISTORIES AND ECOSYSTEM SURVEYSThe Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Reactor Accident: Ecotoxicological Update, R. EislerPesticides and International Migratory Bird Conservation, M.J. Hooper, P. Mineau, B. Woodbridge, and M.E. ZaccagniniEffects of Mining Lead on Birds: A Case History at Coeur d'Alene Basin, Idaho, C.J. HennyWhite Phosphorus at Eagle River Flats, Alaska: A Case History of Waterfowl Mortality, D.W. SparlingA Mining Impacted Stream: Exposure and Effects of Lead and Other Trace Elements on Tree Swallows (Tachycineta bicolor) Nesting in the Upper Arkansas River Basin, Colorado, C.M. Custer, T.W. Custer, A.S. Archuleta, L.C. Coppock, C.D. Swartz, and J.W.BickhamThe Hudson River - PCB Case Study, J.P. McCartyBaseline Ecological Risk Assessment for Aquatic, Wetland, and Terrestrial Habitats along Clark Fork River, Montana, G. Linder, D.F. Woodard, and G. PascoeMETHODS FOR MAKING ESTIMATES, PREDICTABILITY, AND RISK ASSESMENT IN ECOTOXICOLOGY

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Edited By: DJ Hoffman, BA Rattner, GA Burton and J Cairns
1290 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Lewis Publishers
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