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A survey of pathogen survival during municipal solid waste and manure treatment processes /
Advances in earthworm ecotoxicology : proceedings from the Second International Workshop on Earthworm Ecotoxicology, April 1997, Amsterdam, the Netherlands /
Biological monitoring of terrestrial ecosystems using honey bees and earthworms : a workshop summary and panel reports /
Biological test method Tests for toxicity of contaminated soil to earthworms (Eisenia andrei, Eisenia fetida, or Lumbricus terrestris) /
Biology of earthworms /
Comparative Toxicity of Chemicals to Earthworms.
Compendium on solid waste management by vermicomposting /
Contact and Artificial Soil Tests Using Earthworms to Evaluate the Impact of Wastes in Soil.
Development of a standardized laboratory method for assessing the toxicity of chemical substances to earthworms
Earthworm ecology and biogeography in North America /
Earthworms as Ecotoxicological Assessment Tools.
Earthworms as ecotoxicological test-organisms
Earthworms in ecotoxicology
Earthworms of the Western United States. Part 1. Lumbricidae.
Electrophysiological Detection of Sublethal Neurotoxic Effects in Intact Earthworms.
Final Technical Report for the Preliminary Field Survey and on-Site, In-situ and Laboratory Evaluations Completed at Milltown Reservoir (FY90).
Growth and Reproduction of the Earthworm 'Eisenia fetida' after Exposure to Sublethal Concentrations of Metals.
Metal Content of Earthworms in Sludge Amended Soils: Uptake and Loss.
Methods for Evaluating the Biological Impact of Potentially Toxic Waste Applied to Soils.
Non-Invasive Electrophysiological Monitoring: A Sensitive Method for Detecting Sublethal Neurotoxicity in Earthworms.
Residues of DDT, dieldrin, and heptachlor in earthworms during two years following application /
Results of a Chronic Toxicity Test with an Experimental Pesticide on Earthworms(Eisenia fetida).
Results of a Reproduction Study with an Experimental Pesticide on Reproduction of the Earthworm Eisenia fetid.
Soil biology as related to land use practices : proceedings of the VII International Soil Zoology Colloquium of the International Society of Soil Science (ISSS) /
Sublethal Neurotoxic Effects of the Fungicide Benomyl on Earthworms ('Eisenia fetida').
Toxicity of Selected Organic Chemicals to the Earthworm 'Eisenia fetida'.
Toxicological benchmarks for potential contaminants of concern for effects on soil and litter invertebrates and heterotrophic process
Water and chemical movement through the biologically active surface layer of no-till soils final report /
Worming your way into bioavailability: modelling the uptake of organic chemicals in earthworms /
Worms eat my garbage
Worms eat our garbage classroom activities for a better environment /
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