The most current information available on the international aspects of pollution and its impact on the environment. This comprehensive text includes state of the art research from Canada, Mexico, the Netherlands and the United States.
Featured topics among 15 peer-reviewed papers include: Transboundary pollution issues across international borders Laboratory and field estimation of exposure and effects Risk assessment and human health Generic industrial cleanup criteria in Canada and the U.S. Aquatic toxicology Bioindicators International approaches to sediment toxicity assessment.
Testing Decisions of The TSCA Interagency Testing Committee for Chemicals on The Canadian Environmental Protection Act Domestic Substances List and Priority Substances List: Di-tert-butylphenol, Ethyl Benzene, Brominated Flame Retardants, Phthalate Esters, Chloroparaffins, Chlorinated Benzenes, and Anilines
Use of Artificial Lighting in Environmental Assessment Studies
Dixon D., Duxbury C., Gensemer R., Gerhardt K., Greenberg B., Huang X., McConkey B., Wilson M.
Coastal Oceanographic Characteristics and Their Impact on Marine Effluent Biotoxicity Studies During The SEFLOE II Project
Commons D., Fergen R., Proni J.
The Development of Generic Industrial Cleanup Criteria in the State of Michigan
Barkach J., Berger R., Kuhn W.
A Comparison of Generic Human Health Risk-Based Soil Remediation Criteria in Canada and the U.S.: Two Case Studies
Finley B., Kangas M., Paustenbach D., Scott P.
Hepatic Cytochrome P450 1A as a Biomarker for Hydrocarbon and Oxidant Pollutants in Fish: Relevance of Identification of Specific Mechanism(s) of Induction and Potential Effects on Homeostasis
Bend J., McCallum G., Stegeman J., Zacharewski T.
Strategy for Developing Remediation Target Concentrations Based on Human Exposure Duration Considerations
Keoughan K., Nielsen J., Washburn S.
Current Status of Environment Canada's Guidance on Control of Test Precision Using a Spiked Sediment Toxicity Test: What to Spike and How?
Day K., Hamr P., Kirby R., Scroggins R., Stephenson G.
Perspectives in Avoidance-Preference Bioassays
Steele C., Strickler-Shaw S., Taylor D.
Behavioral Avoidance as Evidence of Injury to Fishery Resources: Applications to Natural Resource Damage Assessment
DeLonay A., Hansen J., Lipton J., Little E., Woodward D.
Paper ID: STP1262-EB