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Assessing Potential Bioavailability of Metals in Sediments: A Proposed Approach.
Assessment and remediation of contaminated sediments (ARCS) program : quality assurance program plan /
Chapter 18: Workgroup Summary Report on an Uncertainty Evaluation of Measurement Endpoints Used in Sediment Ecological Risk Assessments.
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 ongoing contamination studies for applicability to sediment criteria development in Puget Sound
Evaluation of the Equilibrium Partition Theory for Estimating the Toxicity of the Nonpolar Organic Compound DDT to the Sediment Dwelling Organism Rhepoxynius Abronius.
Guidelines for deriving site-specific sediment quality criteria for the protection of benthic organisms.
Initial Evaluation of Alternatives for Development of Sediment Related Criteria for Toxic Contaminants in Marine Water (Puget Sound). Phase 1. Development of Conceptual Framework. Phase 2. Development and Testing of the Sediment-Water Equilibrium Partitioning Approach.
Interim Sediment Criteria Values for Nonpolar Hydrophobic Organic Contaminants.
Issues Related to the Assessment and Resolution of Problems Associated with Contaminated Sediment.
Octanol/water partition coefficients for eight phthalate esters /
Organic Carbon Partitioning as a Basis for Predicting the Toxicity of Chlorpyrifos in Sediments.
Predicting the Acute Toxicity of Copper in Freshwater Sediments: Evaluation of the Role of Acid-Volatile Sulfide.
Proposed technical basis for establishing sediment quality criteria for nonionic organic chemicals using equilibrium partitioning /
Recalculation of screening level concentrations for nonpolar organic contaminants in marine sediments /
Regulatory applications of sediment criteria : final report /
Sediment quality criteria for metals : II. review of methods for quantitative determination of important adsorbents and sorbed metals in sediments /
Sediment quality criteria for metals : III. review of data on the complexation of trace metals by particulate organic carbon /
Sediment quality criteria for metals : optimization of extraction methods for determining the quantity of sorbents and adsorbed metals in sediments /
Sediment quality criteria for the protection of benthic organisms : acenaphthene.
Sediment quality criteria for the protection of benthic organisms : dieldrin.
Sediment quality criteria for the protection of benthic organisms : endrin.
Sediment quality criteria for the protection of benthic organisms : fluoranthene.
Sediment quality criteria for the protection of benthic organisms : phenanthrene.
Sediment quality criteria for the protection of benthic organisms endrin.
Sediment quality criteria methodology evaluation : uncertainty analysis of sediment normalization theory for nonpolar organic contaminants /
Sediment Quality Criteria Methodology Validation: Calculation of Screening Level Concentrations from Field Data.
Technical basis for deriving sediment quality criteria for nonionic organic contaminants for the protection of benthic organisms by using equilibrium partitioning.
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