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TESTING AND APPLICATION OF BIOMONITORING METHODS FOR ASSESSING ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF NOXIOUS ALGAL BLOOMS
Tracey, G., R. Steele, J. Gatzke, D. Phelps, R. Nuzzi, M. Waters, AND D. Anderson. TESTING AND APPLICATION OF BIOMONITORING METHODS FOR ASSESSING ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF NOXIOUS ALGAL BLOOMS. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C., EPA/600/D-90/066 (NTIS PB90246448).
A major goal of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Biomonitoring research program is to produce test methods to assess environmental effects of anthropogenic activities in marine waters (Phelps et al., 1987). n support of EPA Region II involvement in the "Brown Tide Comprehensive Assessment and Management Program" (Minei, 1989), we are evaluating biomonitoring methods for application in marine vaters having a history of noxious algal blooms. ctivities associated with two methods are in their initial development phases. hird activity involves the use of an established biomonitoring method in the Peconic Bays system of Long Island, New York. his area has had repeated "brown tide" bloom events since 1985, with devastating impacts on shellfish and eelgrass populations (Bricelj et al., 1987; Cosper et al., 1987).
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Organization:U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
NATIONAL HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS RESEARCH LAB