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'Crassostrea virginica' as an Indicator of Lead Pollution.
Effect of Cadmium Body Burdens in Adult 'Crassostrea virginica' on Fecundity and Viability of Larvae.
Effects of Environmental Factors on Radiocadmium Uptake by Four Species of Marine Bivalves.
Environmental Assessment of a Phthalate Ester, DI-(2-Ethyl Hexyl) Phthalate (DEHP) Derived from a Marine Microcosm.
Environmental Assessments from Simple Test Systems and a Microcosm: Comparisons of Monetary Costs.
Environmental impact of land use on water quality : final report on the Black Creek Project (summary) /
Evaluation of a Short-Term Chronic Effluent Toxicity Test Using Sheepshead Minnow ('Cyprindon variegatus') Larvae.
Influence of Size on Fate and Ecological Effects of Kepone in Physical Models.
Intralaboratory Precision of Saltwater Short-Term Chronic Toxicity Tests.
Marine Complex Effluent Toxicity Program: Test Sensitivity, Repeatability and Relevance to Receiving Water Toxicity.
Marine toxicity identification evaluation (TIE) : phase I guidance document /
Sand Spiked with Copper as a Reference Toxicant Material for Sediment Toxicity Testing: A Preliminary Evaluation.
Short-Exposure, Sublethal, Sediment Toxicity Test Using the Marine Bivalve 'Mulinia lateralis': Statistical Design and Comparative Sensitivity.
Short-term methods for estimating the chronic toxicity of effluents and receiving water to marine and estuarine organisms /
Significance of the Surface Microlayer to the Environmental Fate of Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate Predicted from Marine Microcosms.
Use of an Inert Radioactive Particle for Measuring Particle Accumulation by Filter-Feeding Bivalve Molluscs.
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