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Main Title Biological Problems in Water Pollution, Third Seminar, August 31-17, 1962
Author Tarzwel, Clarence M. ;
CORP Author U. S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Division of Water Supply and Pollution Control, Cincinnati, OH.
Year Published 1965
Report Number EPA/000/R-65/104; Pub-999-WP-25
Stock Number PB-168 784
Additional Subjects Water pollution ; Marine biology ; Sanitary engineering ; United States Government ; Public health ; Biological contamination ; Water supplies ; Aquatic animals ; Ecology ; Purification ; Toxicity ; Wastes(Industrial) ; Algae ; Bacteria ; Protozoa ; Plankton ; Crustacea ; Mollusca ; Invertebrates ; Fishes ; Birds ; Insects ; Parasites ; Herbicides ; Insecticides ; Pesticides ; Radioactivity ; Diseases ; Control ; Symposia ; Eutrophication
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NTIS  PB-168 784 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 426 p.
Abstract
Contents: Role of the aquatic biologist in the federal water pollution control program; Value and use of water quality criteria; Environmental requirements of plankton algae and their effects on water quality; Environmental requirements of fresh-water invertebrates; Environmental requirements of marine invertebrates; Environmental requirements of aquatic insects; Environmental requirements of fishes and wildlife; Concentration of radionuclides in aquatic organisms, their passage through the food chain, and possible effects; Biological indicators of pollution; Organic pesticides--their detection, measurement and toxicity to aquatic life; Relation of land use to the aquatic environment; Control of fish diseases and parasites; Determination of the cause of fish kills; Artificial eutrophication of our waters; Determination of safe levels of toxicants and other pollutants in the aquatic environment.