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Main Title Effects of exposure to heavy metals on selected freshwater fish : toxicity of copper, cadmium, chromium and lead to eggs and fry of seven fish species /
Author Sauter, Scott ; Buxton, Kenneth S. ; Macek, Kenneth J. ; Petrocelli., Sam R.
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Sauter, Scott.
CORP Author EG and G Bionomics, Wareham, Mass. Aquatic Toxicology Lab.;Environmental Research Lab.-Duluth, Minn.
Publisher Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Environmental Research Laboratory ; For sale by the National Technical Information Service,
Year Published 1976
Report Number EPA/600/3-76/105; DI-68-01-0740
Stock Number PB-265 612
Subjects Freshwater fishes--Toxicology. ; Heavy metals--Toxicology. ; Fishes--Eggs--Toxicology.
Additional Subjects Fresh water fishes ; Metals ; Toxicity ; Water pollution ; Trout ; Catfishes ; Exposure ; Copper ; Cadmium ; Survival ; Massachusetts ; Bioassay ; Eggs ; Calcium carbonates ; Growth ; Concentration(Composition) ; Lead(Metal) ; Sensitivity ; Chromium ; Tables(Data) ; Salmo gairdneri ; Water pollution effects(Animals) ; Heavy metals ; Salvelinus namaycush ; Ictalurus punctatus ; Catostomus commersoni ; Esox lucius ; Lepomis macrochirus ; Stizostedion vitreum ; Salvelinus fontinalis
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NTIS  PB-265 612 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 01/01/1988
Collation x, 75 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Abstract
Embryo and larvae of rainbow trout, lake trout, channel catfish, bluegill, white sucker, northern pike, and walleye were exposed for 60 days after hatch to lead and chromium in soft water. Brook trout, channel catfish, and walleyes were also exposed for 60 days after hatch to copper and cadmium in soft and hard water. The effects on survival and growth indicated that copper and cadmium were toxic at much lower concentrations than lead and chromium. Water hardness did not appear to have a significant effect on the observed toxicity in most cases.
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Prepared by EG & G, Bionomics Aquatic Toxicology Laboratory, Wareham, Mass., under contract no. 68-01-07040. Chiefly tables. Includes bibliographical references (pages 71-74). Microfiche.