||Problems of aquatic toxicology, biotesting, and water quality management : proceedings of USA-USSR symposium, Borok, Jaroslavl Oblast, July 30-August 1, 1984 /
Ryans, R. C. ;
Ryans, Robert C.
||Environmental Research Lab., Athens, GA.; Environmental Research Laboratory (Athens, Ga.)
|| Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
Water quality management--United States--Congresses. ;
Water quality management--Soviet Union--Congresses. ;
Aquatic animals ;
Water quality ;
Iron inorganic compounds ;
Iron cyanides ;
Toxic substances ;
Water pollution effects(Animals) ;
Stationary sources ;
Nonpoint sources ;
Point sources ;
Environmental monitoring ;
Environmental transport ;
Water quality management
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||ix, 227 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm
Sixteen papers delivered by USA and USSR scientists at a symposium are presented. The effect of low pH on aquatic invertebrates and the use of fish behavior in comparing toxic effects of chemicals are examined. The production and excretion of ammonia by fish, the relationship between carbon dioxide excretion and ammonia toxicity, and the acute toxicity of iron cyanides and thiocyanate to trout are discussed. Mechanisms of organophosphorus pesticide resistance are analyzed. Biological monitoring and testing of surface waters and effluent is discussed and a complex effluents toxicity information system is described. Processes in the formation of water quality and trends in the development of water' quality in the two countries are outlined. Pollution problems from toxic organic contaminants from point and nonpoint sources in the North American Great Lakes are examined. Agricultural water quality management, including the use of simulation models, is discussed.
"August 1986"--Cover. "EPA/600/9-86/024." Includes bibliographical references.