||Bioavailability and Biotransformation of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydroacrbons in Benthic Environments of Coastal Massachusetts. Report to the Massachusetts Bays Program.
J. M. Capuzzo
||Massachusetts Univ. at Boston. Environmental Science Program.; Massachusetts Univ. at Boston. Dept. of Biology.; Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, MA. Dept. of Biology.; Massachusetts Executive Office of Environmental Affairs, Boston.; Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management, Boston.; Environmental Protection Agency, Boston, MA.
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons;
Water pollution sampling;
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
||Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) comprise a ubiquitous class of organic contaminants distributed world-wide through the use of fossil fuels for energy. Due to their hydrophobic properties, once introduced to the aquatic environment PAH sorb readily to suspended particles. As a result of particle settlement, sediments tend to be the major sink for PAH in streams, lakes, estuaries, and oceans.
||Prepared in cooperation with Massachusetts Univ. at Boston. Dept. of Biology. and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, MA. Dept. of Biology. Sponsored by Massachusetts Executive Office of Environmental Affairs, Boston., Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management, Boston. and Environmental Protection Agency, Boston, MA.
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|PUB Date Free Form
||3 Nov 1994
||68D; 47D; 48G; 57H
||PC A05/MF A05