Environmental Toxicology and Risk Assessment, Volume 1

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ASTM International, 1993 - Environmental health. - 431 pages
 

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Contents

Ecological Hazard Evaluation and Risk Assessment Under EPAs Toxic Substances
7
Methods and Evaluation of Data
22
Environmental Risk Assessment of New Chemicals Under the Toxic Substances
40
The Use and Application of QSARs in the Office of Toxic Substances for Ecological
56
Review of Ecological Effects and Bioconcentration Testing Recommended by
92
Effects of Acidic Growth Conditions on Systematic Characters in the Conjugating
19
A Sensitive Indicator of Populations Under Stress
36
Comparative
78
Status and Applications of Echinoid Phylum Echinodermata Toxicity Test
281
Effects on Multiple
299
A Review of Toxicity Testing with Marine Molluscs
320
An Aquatic Toxicity Test Using the Moss PhyscomitreUa Patens HEDW B S G
340
Managing Ecological Risks of Contaminated SedimentR K peddiCORD
353
A Review of the Current Status of Marine Algal Toxicity Testing in the United
362
A Method for Conducting Acute Toxicity Tests with the Early Life Stages
381
Evaluation of Copper
397

An AquaticTerrestrial Foodweb Model for Polychlorinated Biphenyls PCBs
92
Applications of the Neutral Red Cytotoxicity Assay to Risk Assessment of Aquatic
215
Suspected Tolerance to Benzoapyrene Using Chromosomal Puffing in Chironomus
230
A Laboratory Evaluation of the Use of Stress Proteins in Fish to Detect Changes
247
Morphometric and Histologic Changes in Brains of Great Blue Heron Hatchlings
262
Toxicity of Ambient Waters to the Estuarine Mysid Mysidopsis bahia
405
Validation and Upgrade of a QSAR Study of the Toxicity of Amines to Freshwater
413
Author Index
427
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Page 376 - In: WE Bishop, RD Cardwell and BB Heidolph (eds.), Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment: Sixth Symposium. STP 802. American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, PA, pp.

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