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Evaluation of Endocrine-Distrupting Chemical Effects Across Multiple Levels of Biological Organization: Integration of Physiology Behavior and Population Dynamics In Fishes
Grant Number R827399
RFA: Endocrine Disruptors (1997)


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Journal Article (1)
Presentation (8)
Reference Type Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources
Journal Article Murphy CA, Rose KA, Alvarez MC, Fuiman LA. Modeling larval fish behavior:scaling the sublethal effects of methylmercury to population-relevant endpoints. Aquatic Toxicology 2008;86(4):470-484.
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R827399 (2001)
R829458 (2005)
Presentation Alvarez MC, McCarthy ID, Fuiman LA. Growth and survival skills of Atlantic croaker micropogonias undulates larvae following parental exposure to aroclor 1254. To be presented at the 24th Annual Larval Fish Conference, sponsored by the American Fisheries Society Early Life History Section, Gulf Shores, AL, November 5-10, 2000.
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Presentation Alvarez M, McCarthy ID, Fuiman LA. Effects of parental PCB exposure on growth and survival skills of Atlantic croaker larvae. Presented at the International Commemorative Symposium for the 70th Anniversary of the Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, Pacifico Convention Plaza, Yokohama, Japan, October 1-5, 2001.
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Presentation Diamond SL, Murphy CA, Rose KA, Thomas P, Fuiman LA. Modeling the effects of contaminants on fish populations: a case study using Atlantic croaker. Presented at the American Fisheries Society, 131st Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, August 19-23, 2001.
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Presentation Murphy CA, Rose KA, Diamond SL, Fuiman LA, McCarthy I, Alvarez M, Thomas P, Khan I, Ford L. Endocrine disruption in Atlantic croaker: predicting population level responses from laboratory studies. Presented at the e.hormone 2001 Meeting: The Cutting Edge of Endocrine Disrupter Research, New Orleans, LA, October 18-20, 2001.
R827399 (2001)
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Presentation Murphy CA, Rose KA, Diamond SL, Thomas P, Fuiman LA. Modeling the effects of contaminants on fish populations: a case study using Atlantic croaker. To be presented at the 24th Annual Larval Fish Conference, sponsored by the American Fisheries Society Early Life History Section, Gulf Shores, AL, November 5-10, 2000.
R827399 (2000)
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Presentation Murphy C, Rose K, Diamond S, Thomas P, Fuiman L. Coupling laboratory studies and matrix projection models to predict the effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals on Atlantic croaker. Presented at the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 22nd Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, November 11-15, 2001.
R827399 (2001)
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Presentation Rose K, Thomas P, Murphy C, Fuiman L, Diamond S, Ford L, McCarthy I, Khan I, Alvarez M. Using linked simulation models and laboratory studies to determine contaminant effects on fish populations. Presented at the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 22nd Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, November 11-15, 2001.
R827399 (2001)
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Presentation Thomas P. EDC effects in fish: novel sites and mechanisms of action and modeling responses at the population level. Presented at the First United States-Japan Workshop on Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals and Their Toxicological Evaluation, Tsukuba, Japan, February 28-March 3, 2001.
R827399 (2001)
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