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Accumulation of Sediment-Bound PCBs (Polychlorinated Biphenyls) by Fiddler Crabs.
Aggressive Water: Assessing the Extent of the Problem.
Comparison of Laboratory Toxicity Test Results with Responses of Estuarine Animals Exposed to Fenthion in the Field.
Concentration and Size of Asbestos in Water Supplies.
Effects of Aerial Thermal Fog Applications of Fenthion on Caged Pink Shrimp, Mysids and Sheepshead Minnows.
Evaluation and control of asbestos-cement pipe corrosion /
Exposure to asbestos from drinking water in the United States /
Field and Laboratory Toxicity Tests with Shrimp, Mysids, and Sheepshead Minnows Exposed to Fenthion.
Field Confirmation of a Laboratory-Derived Hazard Assessment of the Acute Toxicity of Fenthion to Pink Shrimp, 'Penaeus duorarum'.
Relative Sensitivity of Six Estuarine Fishes to Carbophenothion, Chlorpyrifos, and Fenvalerate.
Toxicity of Pyrethroids to Marine Invertebrates and Fish: A Literature Review and Test Results with Sediment-Sorbed Chemicals.
Toxicity of Sediment-Incorporated Drilling Fluids.
Waterborne and Sediment-Source Toxicities of Six Organic Chemicals to Grass Shrimp ('Palaemonetes pugio') and Amphioxus ('Branchiostoma caribaeum').
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