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    STP1218

    Environmental Toxicology and Risk Assessment: Third Volume

    Hughes JS, Biddinger GR, Mones E
    Published: 1995


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    Features the latest advances in determining the impact of chemicals on the environment.

    A comprehensive overview of the current status of ecological risk assessment and suggested advances for the discipline is the cornerstone of this publication. Twenty-two additional papers are presented in five categories, including, for the first time ever, the subject of Models in Ecological Risk Assessment.

    Other categories include:

    Ecotoxicology: Prediction and Assessment -- The estimation and measurement of ecological effects at various sites.

    Sediment Toxicology -- Varied procedures to identify and assess contaminated sediments.

    Fate and Effects of Chemicals -- How specific chemicals impact laboratory microcosm systems, fresh and saltwater flora and fauna, and general molecular structural parameters.

    Methods Development -- The development and refinement of new methods to evaluate exposure and toxicity in the field of risk assessment.


    Table of Contents

    Critical Issues in Ecological Risk Assessment

    Case Study: Bioassessment of Glovers Creed, West Union, Iowa, Using the USEPA's Rapid Bioassessment Protocol II

    Guidance for Performing Ecological Risk Assessments at Hazardous Waste Sites

    A Framework for Field and Laboratory Studies for Ecological Risk Assessments in Wetland and Terrestrial Habitats: Two Case Studies

    Nonmetric Clustering and Association Analysis: Implications for the Evaluation of Multispecies Toxicity Tests and Field Monitoring

    Conservative Uncertainty Propagation in Environmental Risk Assessments

    Screening-Level Versus Refined Modeling Approaches to Estimating PCB Concentrations in Aquatic Food Webs: A Case Study of Lake Ontario

    Non-Linear Oscillations Detected by Multivariate Analysis in Microcosm Toxicity Tests: Implications for Risk Assessment and Biomonitoring.

    Ecotoxicology of Predator — Prey Communities: An Individual — Based Modeling Approach

    Volume Fraction Analyses for Selected Mechanisms of Toxic Action

    Use of Vascular Aquatic Plants in Phytotoxicity Studies with Sediments

    A 28 Day Sediment Bioassay with the Marine Polychaete, NEREIS (NEANTHES) ARENACEODENTATA

    In-Situ Bioassays Using Transplanted Mussels: I. Estimating Chemical Exposure and Bioeffects with Bioaccumulation and Growth

    In-Situ Bioassays Using Transplanted Mussels: II. Assessing Contaminated Sediment at a Superfund Site in Puget Sound

    Using Grass Shrimp Embryos to Determine the Effects of Sediment on the Toxicity and Persistence of Diflubenzuron in Laboratory Microcosms

    A Comparative Analysis of the Toxicity of Boron Compounds to Freshwater and Saltwater Species

    Net Photosynthesis and Respiration of Sago Pondweed (Potamogeton Pectinatus) Exposed to Herbicides

    Development of a General Qsar for Predicting Octanol-Water Partition Coefficients and Its Application to Surfactants

    Recent Developments in LCA and Critical Issues

    Probing the Routes, Rates, and Mechanisms of Xenobiotic Elimination by Rainbow Trout (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) with a Physiological Chamber.

    Methods to Improve the Sensitivity of an Automated Biomonitoring System

    Comparative Toxicities of Six Heavy Metals Using Root Elongation and SHOOT Growth in Three Plant Species

    A Modified ASTM Semi-Continuous Activated Sludge Test to Compare Nonionic Surfactant Biological Removal

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: E47

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1218-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5292-2

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1895-9

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