Environmental Toxicology and Risk Assessment: Recent Achievements in Environmental Fate and Transport: Ninth Volume

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    Published: 2000

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    The latest volume in this ASTM series contains a unique collection of 18 peer-reviewed papers on recent achievements in environmental fate and transport. In addition to traditional issues, emphasis is placed on applying risk assessment principles to special environmental issues such as concerns associated with forest, logging and cultural considerations.

    Topics include:

    • Environmental Monitoring

    • Aquatic Toxicology

    • Risk Assessment

    • Measuring Cultural Impacts

    • Sediment Toxicology.

    This publication will be of interest to environmental toxicologists, risk assessors, ecologists, environmental agencies and industries.

    Table of Contents

    Advancements in Pipe Monolith Lysimeter Designs
    Crane A., Heim L., Tanner M., van Wesenbeeck I., Velagaleti R.

    Post-Remediation Monitoring for Soil, Sediment and Water Contamination by Lead from a Controlled Superfund Site in Mississippi
    Marian M., Siddig A., Tchounwou P.

    Evaluation of the Water Quality Significance of OP Pesticide Toxicity in Tributaries of Upper Newport Bay, Orange County, CA
    Jones-Lee A., Lee G., Taylor S.

    Cadmium and Aluminum in Yellow Perch, Perca flavescens (Mitchill), from Presque Isle Bay, Lake Erie, Pennsylvania
    Pontzer P., Steele C.

    Design of a Relative Risk Model Regional-Scale Risk Assessment with Confirmational Sampling for the Willamette and McKenzie Rivers, Oregon
    Bodensteiner L., Landis W., Luxon M.

    Evaluation of a Terrestrial Foodweb Model to Set Soil Cleanup Levels
    Doctor P., Gano K., Lane N.

    Composite Analysis for Low-Level Waste Disposal in the 200 Area Plateau of the Hanford Site, Southeast Washington
    Bergeron M., Cole C., Freshley M., Johnson V., Kaplan D., Kincaid C., Serne R., Streile G., Strenge D., Thorne P., Vail L., Whyatt G., Wurstner S.

    Considerations of Risk in Liquid Effluent Management
    Ballinger M., Buck J., Gelston G., Shields K.

    Using Ecological Site Scoping to Evaluate Contaminant Transport Pathways
    Kelly E., Ryti R.

    Use of PCB Congener and Homologue Analysis in Ecological Risk Assessment
    Callahan C., Donohoe R., Petreas M., Sullivan L., Valoppi L.

    General Assessment Endpoints for Ecological Risk Assessment at Los Alamos National Laboratory
    Hooten M., Kelly E., Michael D., Reagan D.

    Development of a Web-Based Risk Assessment Modeling System
    Deliman P., Gerald J., Ruiz C.

    Measuring Risks to Tribal Community Health and Culture
    Harper B., Harris S.

    Risk Assessments and Hazardous Waste Cleanup in Indian Country: The Role of the Federal-Indian Trust Relationship
    Tano M.

    Commentary on Cultural Considerations in Risk Assessment: An Ethical Responsibility
    Hocking E., McGinn C., Young A.

    Computer Tracking Method for Assessing Behavioral Changes in the Nematode Caenorhabditis elegans
    Anderson G., Boyd W., Dusenbery D., Williams P.

    New Approaches for Toxicity Identification Evaluation of Hydrophobic Organic Contaminants in Sediments
    Elskus A., Fay A., McElroy A.

    Comparison of the Toxicological Effects of Nitrate versus Chloride Metallic Salts on Caenorhabditis elegans in Soil
    Peredney C., Williams P.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: E47

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1381-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5430-8

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2861-3

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