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A study of the detritus pathway : the role of detritus and the associated microbiota in the nutrition of Gammarus minus say (Amphipoda, Gammaridae) /
Acid Volatile Sulfide Predicts the Acute Toxicity of Cadmium and Nickel in Sediments.
Amphipod crustacea I. family aoridae /
Amphipod Crustacea III, family Colomastigidae
Amphipoda Crustacea IV : families aristiidae, cyphocarididae, endevouridae, lysianassidae, scopelocheiridae, uristidae /
Behavior and Identification of Toxic Metals in Complex Mixtures: Examples from Effluent and Sediment Pore Water Toxicity Identification Evaluations.
Biological test method : acute test for sediment toxicity using marine or estuarine amphipods /
Biological test method.
Biological test method. Reference method for determining acute lethality of sediment to marine or estuarine amphipods /
Comparison of the Relative Sensitivity of Three Benthic Invertebrates to Copper-Contaminated Sediments from the Keweenaw Waterway.
Development of a Chronic Sediment Toxicity Test for Marine Benthic Amphipods
Development of a chronic sediment toxicity test for marine benthic amphipods /
Distribution of gammaridean amphipoda (Crustacea) in the Middle Atlantic Bight region
Distribution of gammaridean amphipoda (Crustacea) on Georges Bank /
Effects of Diazinon on Macroinvertebrates and Insect Emergence in Outdoor Experimental Channels.
Effects of Sevin on Development of Experimental Estuarine Communities.
Evaluation of Equilibrium Partitioning Theory for Predicting Acute Toxicity of Field-Collected Sediments Contaminated with DDT, DDE and DDD to the Amphipod 'Hyalella Azteca'.
Evaluation of Potential Confounding Factors in Sediment Toxicity Tests with Three Freshwater Benthic Invertebrates.
Evaluation of the Equilibrium Partition Theory for Estimating the Toxicity of the Nonpolar Organic Compound DDT to the Sediment Dwelling Organism Rhepoxynius Abronius.
Families and genera of marine Gammaridean Amphipoda
Growth, survival and distribution of Gammarus lacustris (Crustacea - Amphipoda) stocked into ponds /
Influence of Age on the Relative Sensitivity of 'Hyalella azteca' to Diazinon, Alkylphenol Ethoxylates, Copper, Cadmium, and Zinc.
Marine Amphipoda of Oregon.
Methods for assessing the chronic toxicity of marine and extuarine sediment-associated contaminants with the amphipod Leptocheirus plumulosus /
Methods for assessing the toxicity of sediment-associated contaminants with estuarine and marine amphipods /
Methods for assessing the toxicity of sediment-associated contaminants with estuarine and marine amphipods.
Methods for measuring the toxicity and bioaccumulation of sediment-associated contaminants with freshwater invertebrates.
Occurrence of Macroinvertebrates in a Public Drinking Water Supply.
Perturbations in the Biomass, Metabolic Activity, and Community Structure of the Estuarine Detrital Microbota: Resource Partitioning in Amphipod Grazing.
Predicting the Acute Toxicity of Copper in Freshwater Sediments: Evaluation of the Role of Acid-Volatile Sulfide.
Predicting toxicity to amphipods from sediment chemistry.
Predicting Toxicity to Amphipods from Sediment Chemistry.
Review of freshwater bioassay procedures for selected amphipods /
Review of Freshwater Bioassay Procedures for Selected Amphipods.
Sediment Toxicity, Contamination and Amphipod Abundance at a DDT- and Dieldrin-Contaminated Site in San Francisco Bay.
Shallow-water gammaridean Amphipoda of New England,
Some aspects of the biology and development of Ampithoe lacertosa (Crustacea: Amphipoda).
Species profiles : life histories and environmental requirements of coastal fishes and invertebrates (Pacific Southwest) : amphipods /
Stress proteins in amphipods as biomarkers of sediment pollution in San Francisco Bay /
Studies on amphipod crustaceans of the northeastern Pacific region.
Sublittoral Gammaridea (Amphipoda) of the Hawaiian Islands /
Survey Data Report in Support of the Sediment Ecological Risk Assessment at the Calcasieu Estuary, Louisiana: Sediment Porewater Toxicity Tests and Dissolved Organic Carbon Analysis of Pore Water.
Survival and Reproduction of 'Gammarus lacustris and G. pseudolimnaeus' Under Two Experimental Conditions.
The amphipod superfamily Corophioidea in the northeastern Pacific region. systematics and distributional ecology / 3, Family Isaeidae :
The families and genera of marine gammaridean Amphipoda (except marine gammaroids) /
The families and genera of marine Gammaridean Amphipoda : (except marine Gammaroids) /
Toxicity of Fluoranthene in Sediment to Marine Amphipods: A Test of the Equilibrium Partitioning Approach to Sediment Quality Criteria.
Toxicity of tributyltins and leachates from antifouling paints on marine amphipods
Vertical Profiles of Toxicity, Organic Carbon, and Chemical Contaminants in Sediment Cores from the Palos Verdes Shelf and Santa Monica Bay, California.
Water Quality Requirements of Aquatic Insects.
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