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Main Title Toxic contaminants in Puget Sound wildlife : literature review and recommendations for research and monitoring /
Author Calambokidis, J. ; Buchanan, J. B. ; Steiger, G. H. ; Evenson, J. R.
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Calambokidis, John
CORP Author Cascadia Research Collective, Olympia, WA.;Environmental Protection Agency, Seattle, WA. Region X.
Publisher U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 10, Office of Coastal Waters,
Year Published 1991
Report Number EPA 910/9-91-023; EPA-68-D8-0085
Stock Number PB93-121820
OCLC Number 33365685
Additional Subjects Water pollution effects(Animals) ; Puget Sound ; Wildlife ; Toxic substances ; Environmental monitoring ; Marine animals ; Reviews ; Recommendations ; Research and development ; Environmental effects ; Long term effects ; Birds ; Biological effects ; Toxicity ; Sampling ; Guidelines ; Puget Sound Estuary Program
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ESAD  EPA 910-9-91-023 2 copies Region 10 Library/Seattle,WA 06/09/2016
NTIS  PB93-121820 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 01/01/1988
Collation xi, 96 p.
Abstract
The role of contaminants in the causation of a variety of biological disorders observed in Puget Sound wildlife is not well understood. The report summarizes the current understanding and implications of toxic contaminants in Puget Sound wildlife and provides recommendations for future research and monitoring. A primary objective is to provide technical guidance on research and monitoring that, where possible, integrates a variety of approaches to identify contaminants and their impacts on wildlife. The guidance is designed to support local, state, and federal agencies that may conduct research or monitoring on wildlife in Puget Sound. The scope has been kept limited. Existing research is insufficient to adequately assess the impacts of contaminants on wildlife species in Puget Sound. Some of the data gaps involve the status and trends of wildlife populations and contaminant levels in wildlife that will require long-term monitoring.
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"September 1991." At head of title on cover: Puget Sound Estuary Program.