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Main Title Field Verification Program (Aquatic Disposal): Synthesis of Research Results: Applicability and Field Verification of Predictive Methodologies for Aquatic Dredged Material Disposal.
Author Gentile, J. H. ; Pesch, G. G. ; Lake, J. ; Yevich, P. P. ; Zaroogian, G. ;
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Narragansett, RI. Environmental Research Lab.;Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS. Environmental Lab.
Publisher Sep 88
Year Published 1988
Report Number WES/TR/D-88-5;
Stock Number AD-A200 175/8
Additional Subjects Chromatin ; Communities ; Correlation ; Disposal ; Dredged materials ; Exchange ; Exposure(General) ; Waste disposal ; Histopathology ; Laboratories ; Population ; Reproducibility ; Response ; Sites ; Test methods ; Variations ; Water pollution ; Wetlands ;
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NTIS  AD-A200 175/8 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 03/14/1989
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Abstract
The Field Verification Program was designed to determine the applicability, reproducibility, and field verification of test methods for the evaluation of disposal of dredged material at aquatic, upland, and wetland sites. There were three objectives in this program. The first was to demonstrate the applicability of existing test methods to detect and measure effects of dredged material and to determine the degree of variability and reproducibility inherent in the testing procedures. The second objective was to field verify laboratory responses by comparing the exposure-response relationships between the laboratory and field. The third objective was to determine the degree of correlation between contaminated tissue residues and biological responses resulting from laboratory and field exposure to dredged material. These objectives were examined for the following biological responses: bioaccumulation, scope for growth, bioenergetics, adenylate energy charge, sister chromatid exchange, Histopathology, Survival, Growth, Reproduction, Intrinsic rates of population growth, Recolonization, and Community structure. Keywords: Water pollution, Aquatic disposal, Biological effects, Black Rock Harbor, Dredged material, Field verification program, Marine pollution. (KT)