Papers presented at a symposium entitled Physiological effects of pollutants in estuarine and coastal organisms held at Hobcaw Barony, Georgetown, Oct. 21-24, 1985, South Carolina, sponsored jointly by the Belle W. Baruch Institute of Marine Biology and Coastal Research and the School of Public Health, University of South Carolina, and the Northeast Fisheries Center of the National Marine Fisheries Service, NOAA. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Physiological effects of stress on fisheries stocks / John B. Pearce -- The effects of mineral-oiled drill cutting on marine invertebrates : lethality, hydrocarbon accumulation/depuration, burrowing success, and molting / Michael S. Hutcheson [and others] -- A study of the fate and effects of chemically and physically dispersed oil on benthic marine communities using large-scale continuous flow exposure systems / Robert Scott Carr, Jerry M. Neff, and Paul D. Boehm -- Changes in burrowing, emergence and feeding of the bloodworm, Glycera dibranchiata (Ehlers), induced by oil-contaminated sediment / Anne L. Studholme, Allen J. Bejda, and Bori L. Olla -- Bioenergetics and tolerance of the pink shrimp (Pandalus borealis) during long-term exposure to the water-soluble fraction and oiled sediment from Cook Inlet crude oil / W.B. Stickle [and others] -- Bioenergetics, growth, and molting of the blue crab, Callinectes sapidus, exposed to the water-soluble fraction of south Louisiana crude oil / Shiao Y. Wang and William B. Stickle -- Reduced swimming performance of juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) exposed to the water-soluble fraction of Cook Inlet crude oil / Robert E. Thomas, Stanley D. Rice, and Sid Korn -- Uptake and depuration of aromatic hydrocarbons by reproductively ripe Pacific herring and the subsequent effect of residues on egg hatching and survival / Stanley D. Rice [and others] -- The use of stepwise multiple regression to associate body burden of different pollutants with effects on the physiology of Crassostrea gigas from the Amoco Cadiz oil spill impact zone / Edward S. Gilfillan [and others] -- Changes in reproductive biology and life history of Fundulus heteroclitus in a polluted environment / Swati V. Toppin [and others] -- A comparison of the physiological condition of the blue mussel, Mytilus edulis, after laboratory and field exposure to a dredged material / William G. Nelson -- Specific alteration of transaminases in marine organisms under pollution impact / M. Krajnoviâc-Ozretiâc and B. Ozretíc -- An in situ study of adenylate energy charge and other biochemical parameters in the bivalve Mya arenaria from Raritan Bay and Long Island Sound / Angela Cristini -- Lethal and sublethal effects of insecticides commonly found in nonpoint source agricultural runoff to estuarine fish and shellfish / Geoffrey I. Scott [and others] -- Influence of Lindane on survival and osmoregulatory/metabolic responses of the larvae and adults of the estuarine crab, Eurypanopeus depressus / Michael A. Shirley and Charles L. McKenney Jr. -- Effects of sediment on the persistence and toxicity of diflubenzuron (Dimilin) in estuarine waters : a laboratory evaluation using larvae of two estuarine crustaceans / P.A. Cunningham [and others] -- Influence of diflubenzuron on survival, molting, and limb regeneration in the grass shrimp, Palaemonetes pugio / Leslie W. Touart and K. Ranga Rao -- Delayed effects of diflubenzuron on the swimming and vertical distribution of Palaemonetes pugio larvae / J.E.H. Wilson, R.B. Forward Jr., and J.D. Costlow -- The effect of cadmium and zinc on calcium uptake and scale regeneration in Fundulus heteroclitus / Glenn R. Sauer -- Cadmium-mediated depression of the constitutive and induced mixed function oxidase enzyme systems in Fundulus heteroclitus resulting from exposure in vitro and in vivo / Debra S. Sauer -- Metallothioneins : a monitoring tool / David W. Engle and G. Roesijadi -- A preliminary study on the corneas of American sand lance larvae exposed to copper / Joel E. Bodammer.