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Acid-Volatile Sulfide as a Factor Mediating Cadmium and Nickel Bioavailability in Contaminated Sediments.
Cadmium Speciation in Aquatic-Life Flow-through Bioassay Diluters.
Comparison of the Relative Sensitivity of Three Benthic Invertebrates to Copper-Contaminated Sediments from the Keweenaw Waterway.
Effects of Pollution on Freshwater Organisms.
Effects of Suspended Clay on Bioconcentration of Kelthane (Trade Name) in Fathead Minnows.
Effects of variable hardness, pH, alkalinity, suspended clay, and humics on the chemical speciation and aquatic toxicity of copper
Predicting the Acute Toxicity of Copper in Freshwater Sediments: Evaluation of the Role of Acid-Volatile Sulfide.
Prediction of Bioaccumulation of Metals from Contaminated Sediments by the Oligochaete, 'Lumbriculus variegatus'.
Use of the Aquatic Oligochaete 'Lumbriculus variegatus' for Assessing the Toxicity and Bioaccumulation of Sediment-Associated Contaminants.
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