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Biomarkers : biochemical, physiological, and histological markers of anthropogenic stress /
Hepatic Neoplasms in the Mummichog 'Fundulus heteroclitus' from a Creosote-Contaminated Site.
Organic chemicals in sediments from the Upper James River : a progress report /
Organic compounds in surface sediments and oyster tissues from the Chesapeake Bay /
Organic Compounds in Surface Sediments and Oyster Tissues from the Chesapeake Bay.
Organic Compounds in Surface Sediments and Oyster Tissues from the Chesapeake Bay. Appendices.
Polynuclear hydrocarbons in sediments and clams in the vicinity of a refinery outfall
Present state of organic xenobiotics in the Chesapeake Bay : a synthesis paper
Report on the concentration, distribution and impact of certain trace metals from sewage treatment plants on the Chesapeake Bay
Toxic Organic Compounds in Surface Sediments from the Elizabeth and Patapsco Rivers and Estuaries.
Toxic Organic Compounds in Surface Sediments from the Elizabeth and Patapsco Rivers and Estuaries: Appendices.
Workshop on the use of available data and methods for assessing the ecological risks of 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin to aquatic life and associated wildlife.
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