Aquatic Toxicology and Environmental Fate: Eleventh Volume

    Suter GW, Lewis MA
    Published: 1988

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    STP 1007 marks the beginning of the second decade of aquatic toxicology as a mature science. Papers address: Large scale cumulative effects of multiple pollution sources on regional communities and populations; effects of spills, storm runoff, and other non routine exposures with complex temporal dynamics; effects of variation in organism condition on susceptibility; predicting effects of new chemicals whose mode of action is unknown; cumulative effects of pollution, harvesting, modifications of the physical environment, and natural stochastic processes; and balancing risks and benefits of different levels of testing, monitoring, and waste treatment.

    Table of Contents

    Lewis M., Suter G.

    Lewis M., Suter G.

    Silver Transport and Impact in Estuarine and Marine Systems
    Abbe G., Sanders J.

    Experimental Freshwater Microcosm Biodegradability Study of Butyl Benzyl Phthalate
    Adams W., Doi J., Franklin B., Kimerle R., Nabholz J., Renaudette W., Stepro M., Tucker M.

    Response of Aquatic Microbial Communities to Surfactants
    Larson R., Lewis M., Ventullo R.

    Bacterial Adaptation to Chlorobenzoate Contamination in the Niagara Region Investigated by DNA:DNA Colony Hybridization
    Fulthorpe R., Straus N., Wyndham R.

    Effect of the Mud-Water Interface on the Chemical Life of Lakes
    Cowgill U.

    Dredged Material Plume Dispersal in Central Long Island Sound
    Munns W., Paul J.

    Toxicity of Percolate from Decontaminated Pesticide-Contaminated Soils
    Colcolough J., Foltz J., Graves D., Horton P.

    Application of a Risk Assessment Framework for Marine Disposal of Sewage Sludge at Midshelf and Offshelf Sites
    Menzie C., Nocito J., Paul J., Walker H.

    Use of Fractionation and Chemical Analysis Schemes for Plant Effluent Toxicity Evaluations
    Doi J., Grothe D.

    Long-Term Multispecies Toxicity and Effluent Fractionation Study at a Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant
    Bishop D., Botts J., Goodfellow W., McCulloch W., McDearmon A.

    Case Study of a Marine Discharge: Comparison of Effluent and Receiving Water Toxicity
    Chammas M., Heber M., Schimmel S., Thursby G.

    Comparison of Estimates of Effects of a Complex Effluent at Differing Levels of Biological Organization
    Ayers R., Cairns J., Mitchell J., Pratt J.

    Evaluation of Lethal Levels, Release Criteria, and Water Quality Objectives for an Acid-Mine Waste
    Finlayson B., Wilson D.

    Yearly Chronic Toxicity Comparisons of Stream Sediments and Waters
    Westerman A.

    Performance and Validation of an On-Line Fish Ventilatory Early Warning System
    Diamond J., Gruber D., Johnson D.

    Using Single-Species and Whole Ecosystem Tests to Characterize the Toxicity of a Sewage Treatment Plant Effluent
    Frithsen J., Nacci D., Oviatt C., Strobel C., Walsh R.

    Studies on Ameliorating the Effects of an Acidic River on the Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar)
    Freeman H., Sangalang G., Sperry L.

    Topics on Expressing and Predicting Results of Life-Cycle Tests
    Stephan C.

    Evaluation of the Intrinsic Rate of Increase as an Endpoint for Ceriodaphnia Chronic Tests
    Barbour M., Graves C., McCulloch W.

    Inferring Population-Level Significance from Individual-Level Effects: An Extrapolation from Fisheries Science to Ecotoxicology
    Barnthouse L., Rosen A., Suter G.

    Head-to-Head Comparison of SAS and ASTM-Proposed Probit Computer Programs
    Bromaghin J., Engeman R.

    Comparison of Several Computer Programs for Probit Analysis of Dose-Related Mortality Data
    Roberts M.

    Effects of Withdrawals on Tests Involving Censored Data in Toxicology Experiments
    Groggel D., Schaefer R., Skillings J.

    Sensitivity and Uncertainty Analyses for Use with Chemical Fate and Transport Models
    Sebaugh J., Staples C.

    Utility of the Standardized Aquatic Microcosm as a Standard Method for Ecotoxicological Evaluation
    Chester N., Haley M., Johnson D., Landis W., Muse W., Tauber R.

    Results of Interlaboratory Testing of the Standardized Aquatic Microcosm Protocol
    Conquest L., Kindig A., Meador J., Taub F.

    Prediction of Daphnia magna EC50 Values from Rat Oral LD50 and Structural Parameters
    Blake B., Enslein K., Hart J., Landis W., Tuzzeo T.

    Structure-Toxicity Relationships of Para-Position Alkyl- and Halogen-Substituted Monoaromatic Compounds
    Cajina-Quezada M., Chang M., Jain R., Lin D., Schultz T.

    Predictability of Unusually High Acute Toxicity to Photobacterium phosphoreum of 1,4-Di-Substituted Benzene Derivatives
    Gough K., Kaiser K.

    Use of Aquatic Lethality Tests to Estimate Safe Toxicant Concentrations for Initial Ecological Risk Assessments
    Holcombe G., Phipps G., Veith G.

    An Approach for Development of Structure-Biodegradation Relationships of Organic Chemicals
    Niemi G., Veith G.

    A Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationship Study of Overton's Data on the Narcosis and Toxicity of Organic Compounds to the Tadpole, Rana temporaria
    Lipnick R.

    Acute Lethal Toxicity Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationships for Electrophiles and Pro-Electrophiles: Mechanistic and Toxicokinetic Principles
    Roberts D.

    New Cost-Effective, Computerized Approachesto Selecting Chemicals for Priority Testing Consideration
    Brink R., Walker J.

    Interspecific and Geographical Variation of the Chromium Sensitivity of Algae
    Riedel G.

    An In Vitro Submitochondrial Bioassay for Predicting Acute Toxicity in Fish
    Blondin G., Harkin J., Knobeloch L., Read H.

    An Apparatus for Exposing Estuarine Aquatic Organisms to Toxicants in Constant and Fluctuating Salinity Regimes
    Modica G., Sinnett J., Voyer R.

    Errors in the Use of the Accelerated Bioconcentration Test
    Hayton W., Stehly G.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: E47

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1007-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5027-0

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1180-6

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