Ecological Effects of Thermal Discharges

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Springer Science & Business Media, Nov 30, 1990 - Science - 468 pages
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The job of the responsible zoologist should be to assess or attempt to predict the consequences of any effluent or other environmental disturbance as objectively as possible, bearing in mind both the needs of conservation and the reasonable demands of man.
 

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Contents

Heat Disposal and the Sources of Thermal Discharges
1
The Physical Effects of Thermal Discharges
27
Effects of Thermal Discharges on Water Chemistry
66
Experimental Studies and the Predicted Biological Effects of Thermal Discharges
101
Bacteria Fungi and Other Heterotrophs
138
Algae and Macrophytes
163
Rotifera and Microcrustacea
204
Macroinvertebrates
225
Vertebrates
271
Combined Effects Uses of Waste Heat Thermal Criteria and the Law
325
References and Bibliography
369
Index
455
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