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Acute Toxicity of Interstitial and Particle-Bound Cadmium to a Marine Infaunal Amphipod.
Acute Toxicity of Sediment from Eagle Harbor, Washington, to the Infaunal Amphipod 'Rhepoxynius abronius'.
Assessment of Sediment Toxicity to Marine Benthos. (Chapter 9).
Bioassay for the Toxicity of Sediment to Marine Macrobenthos.
Contaminated Marine Sediments: Assessment and Remediation.
Development of a chronic sediment toxicity test for marine benthic amphipods /
Ecological Changes in the Southern California Bight Near a Large Sewage Outfall: Benthic Conditions in 1980 and 1983.
Effects of Culture Conditions on the Sensitivity of a Phoxocephalid Amphipod, 'Rhepoxynius ambronius' to Cadmium in Sediment.
Effects of Mixtures of Sediment Contaminants on the Marine Infaunal Amphipod, 'Rhepoxynius abronius'.
Effects of Natural Sediment Features on Survival of the 'Phoxocephalid amphipod', 'Rhepoxynius abronius'.
Four Independent Approaches to Developing Sediment Quality Criteria Yield Similar Values for Model Contaminants.
Influence of Organic Matter Quality on the Toxicity and Partitioning of Sediment-Associated Fluoranthene.
Inter-Laboratory Comparison of a Sediment Toxicity Test Using the Marine Amphipod, 'Rhepoxynius abronius'.
Life History and Productivity of the Phoxocephalid Amphipod 'Rhepoxynius abronius' (Barnard).
Measuring the Acute Toxicity of Estuarine Sediments.
Optimum Macrobenthic Sampling Protocol for Detecting Pollution Impacts in the Southern California Bight.
Phoxocephalid Amphipod Bioassay for Marine Sediment Toxicity.
Polychaetes of the New York Bight: A Key and a Discussion of the Ecology of the Dominant Species.
Power-Cost Efficiency of Eight Macrobenthic Sampling Schemes in Puget Sound, Washington, USA.
Procedures for the derivation of equilibrium partitioning sediment benchmarks (ESBs) for the protection of benthic organisms : PAH mixtures /
Proposed technical basis for establishing sediment quality criteria for nonionic organic chemicals using equilibrium partitioning /
Recovery of the Macrobenthos at a Dredge Site in Yaquina Bay, Oregon.
Response of the Phoxocephalid Amphipod, 'Rhepoxynius abronius', to a Small Oil Spill in Yaquina Bay, Oregon.
Responses of Polychaetes to Cadmium-Contaminated Sediment: Comparison of Uptake and Behavior.
Sediment Toxicity and the Distribution of Amphipods in Commencement Bay, Washington, USA.
Sediment Toxicity to a Marine Infaunal Amphipod: Cadmium and Its Interaction with Sewage Sludge.
Sediment Toxicity, Contamination and Amphipod Abundance at a DDT- and Dieldrin-Contaminated Site in San Francisco Bay.
Sediment Toxicity, Contamination, and Macrobenthic Communities Near a Large Sewage Outfall.
Temporal Changes in the Benthos along a Pollution Gradient: Discriminating the Effects of Natural Phenomena from Sewage-Industrial Wastewater Effects.
Toxicity of Fluoranthene in Sediment to Marine Amphipods: A Test of the Equilibrium Partitioning Approach to Sediment Quality Criteria.
Toxicity of Sewage Sludge to 'Rhepoxynius abronius', a Marine Benthic Amphipod.
Toxicological Methods for Determining the Effects of Contaminated Sediment on Marine Organisms.
Transport of Naphthalene in the Oyster 'Ostrea edulis'.
Use of Bioassays in Determining the Toxicity of Sediment to Benthic Organisms.
Vertical Profiles of Toxicity, Organic Carbon, and Chemical Contaminants in Sediment Cores from the Palos Verdes Shelf and Santa Monica Bay, California.
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