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An approach to developing nutrient criteria for Pacific Northwest estuaries a case study of Yaquina Estuary, Oregon / [electronic resource] :
Assessment of Sediment Toxicity to Marine Benthos. (Chapter 9).
Development of a chronic sediment toxicity test for marine benthic amphipods /
Effects of Natural Sediment Features on Survival of the 'Phoxocephalid amphipod', 'Rhepoxynius abronius'.
Influence of Organic Matter Quality on the Toxicity and Partitioning of Sediment-Associated Fluoranthene.
Measuring the Acute Toxicity of Estuarine Sediments.
Mucociliary Clearance of Inhaled Particles Measured at 2 h after Ozone Exposure in Humans.
Toxicity of Fluoranthene in Sediment to Marine Amphipods: A Test of the Equilibrium Partitioning Approach to Sediment Quality Criteria.
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