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Acid-Volatile Sulfide as a Factor Mediating Cadmium and Nickel Bioavailability in Contaminated Sediments.
Assessing Potential Bioavailability of Metals in Sediments: A Proposed Approach.
Behavior and Identification of Toxic Metals in Complex Mixtures: Examples from Effluent and Sediment Pore Water Toxicity Identification Evaluations.
Bioassay Directed Characterization of the Acute Aquatic Toxicity of a Creosote Leachate.
Biomagnification of Bioassay Derived 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-Dioxin Equivalents.
Chapter 17: Workgroup Summary Report on Methodological Uncertainty in Conducting Sediment Ecological Risk Assessments with Contaminated Sediments.
Chapter 18: Workgroup Summary Report on an Uncertainty Evaluation of Measurement Endpoints Used in Sediment Ecological Risk Assessments.
Characteristics of Surfactants in Toxicity Identification Evaluations.
Comparison of the Relative Sensitivity of Three Benthic Invertebrates to Copper-Contaminated Sediments from the Keweenaw Waterway.
Contribution of Ammonia, Metals and Nonpolar Organic Compounds to the Toxicity of Sediment Interstitial Water from an Illinois River Tributary.
Development and Evaluation of Test Methods for Benthic Invertebrates and Sediments: Effects of Flow Rate and Feeding on Water Quality and Exposure Conditions.
Dietary Influences on Disease Resistance Factors in Channel Catfish.
Dioxin-like Toxic Potency in Forster's Tern Eggs from Green Bay, Lake Michigan, North America.
Evaluation of Equilibrium Partitioning Theory for Predicting Acute Toxicity of Field-Collected Sediments Contaminated with DDT, DDE and DDD to the Amphipod 'Hyalella Azteca'.
Evaluation of Potential Confounding Factors in Sediment Toxicity Tests with Three Freshwater Benthic Invertebrates.
Evaluation of Sucrose as an Alternative to Sodium Chloride in the Microtox (Trade Name) Assay: Comparison to Fish and Cladoceran Tests with Freshwater Effluents.
Evaluation of the Toxicity of Marine Sediments and Dredge Spoils with the Microtox (Trade Name) Bioassay.
H4IIE Hepatoma Cell Bioassay-Derived 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-Dioxin Equivalents in Colonial Fish-Eating Waterbird Eggs from the Great Lakes.
Hepatic Enzyme Systems as Biochemical Indicators of the Effects of Contaminants on Reproduction of Chinook Salmon 'Oncorhynchus tschawytscha'.
Identification of Ammonia as an Important Sediment-Associated Toxicant in the Lower Fox River and Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Identifying Toxicants: NETAC's Toxicity-Based Approach.
Influence of Age on the Relative Sensitivity of 'Hyalella azteca' to Diazinon, Alkylphenol Ethoxylates, Copper, Cadmium, and Zinc.
Interim report on data and methods for assessment of 2, 3, 7, 8- tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin risks to aquatic life and associated wildlife.
Maternal Transfer of Bioactive Polychlorinated Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Spawning Chinook Salmon ('Obchrhynchus tschawytscha').
Measures of Reproductive Success and Polychlorinated Biphenyl Residues in Eggs and Chicks of Forster's Terns on Green Bay, Lake Michigan, Wisconsin, 1988.
Methods for aquatic toxicity identification evaluations : phase I : toxicity characterization procedures /
Methods for aquatic toxicity identification evaluations : phase I toxicity characterization procedures.
Organic Carbon Partitioning as a Basis for Predicting the Toxicity of Chlorpyrifos in Sediments.
pH-Dependent Toxicity of Cd, Cu, Ni, Pb and Zn to 'Ceriodaphnia dubia', 'Pimephales promelas', 'Hyalella azteca' and 'Lumbriculus variegatus'.
Piperonyl Butoxide as a Tool in Aquatic Toxicological Research with Organophosphate Insecticides.
Planar Chlorinated Hydrocarbons (PCHs) in Colonial Fish-Eating Waterbird Eggs from the Great Lakes.
Predicting the Acute Toxicity of Copper in Freshwater Sediments: Evaluation of the Role of Acid-Volatile Sulfide.
Predicting the Toxicity of Bulk Sediments to Aquatic Organisms with Aqueous Test Fractions: Pore Water versus Elutriate.
Prediction of Bioaccumulation of Metals from Contaminated Sediments by the Oligochaete, 'Lumbriculus variegatus'.
PRIMENet : Ultraviolet Radiation/Amphibian Populations Research Planning Workshop, February 1-3, 1999 /
Procedures for the derivation of equilibrium partitioning sediment benchmarks (ESBs) for the protection of benthic organisms compendium of Tier 2 values for nonionic organics / [electronic resource] :
QSARs for Photoinduced Toxicity: 1. Acute Lethality of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons to 'Daphnia magna'.
Research plan for endocrine disruptors /
Sediment Testing Intermittent Renewal System for the Automated Renewal of Overlying Water in Toxicity Tests with Contaminated Sediments.
Toxicity of Sediments from Western Lake Erie and the Maumee River at Toledo, Ohio, 1987: Implications for Current Dredged Material Disposal Practices.
Toxicity Reduction Evaluation at a Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant Using Mutagenicity as an Endpoint.
Uptake of Planar Polychlorinated Biphenyls and 2,3,7,8-Substituted Polychlorinated Dibenzofurans and Dibenzo-p-dioxins by Birds Nesting in the Lower Fox River and Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA.
Use of the Aquatic Oligochaete 'Lumbriculus variegatus' for Assessing the Toxicity and Bioaccumulation of Sediment-Associated Contaminants.
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