Pesticides and Wildlife, Volume 771
John J. Johnston
American Chemical Society, 2001 - Science - 406 pages
This is an examination of the effects of pesticide technology on various species of wildlife. Primary, secondary and tertiary exposure pathways are examined as well as forensic techniques for determining pesticide related mortality in wildlife. Case studies illustrating successful approaches and potential pitfalls in designing both laboratory and field studies are included.
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Bioaccumulation of Pesticides in Bats from Missouri
Characterization of a CarbofuranContaminated Site in
Forensic Investigative Techniques to Identify Impacts Primary
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