Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment

    Branson DR, Dickson KL
    Published: 1981

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    The book covers discussions of new concepts, methods and research results in aquatic toxicology and hazard assessment. This book is broken down into three sections: safety margins; environmental chemistry and fate modeling; and application of aquatic hazard assessment principles.

    Table of Contents

    Branson D., Dickson K.

    Margins of Safety for Aquatic Communities
    Mount D.

    Safety Margins: Classical Mammalian Approaches and Practical Aspects of Their Present Use in Aquatic Toxicology
    Gibson J.

    Margins of Safety in the Assessment of Aquatic Hazards of Chemicals—Some Regulatory Viewpoints
    Reisa J.

    Multimedia Modeling of the Fate of Environmental Chemicals
    Eschenroeder A.

    Estimation of Soil Sorption Constants of Organic Chemicals by High-Performance Liquid Chromatography
    Dishburger H., Laskowski D., McCall P., Swann R.

    Prediction of Chemical Mobility in Soil from Sorption Coefficients
    Dishburger H., Laskowski D., McCall P., Swann R., Unger S., Vrona S.

    A Risk Assessment of Toxicants to Aquatic Life Using Environmental Exposure Estimates and Laboratory Toxicity Data
    Olsen A., Onishi Y., Parkhurst M.

    Modeling the Fate and Transport of Chemicals in Estuaries: Current Approaches and Future Needs
    Ambrose R., Bell B., Bostater C.

    Role of Environmental Chemistry-Fate Modeling in Environmental Hazard Assessment: An Overview
    Jones R., Lee G.

    Phosphate Ester Hydraulic Fluids: An Aquatic Environmental Assessment of Pydrauls 50E and 115E
    Adams W., Finley M., Mayer F., Mehrle P., Michael P., Saeger V.

    Selenium: A Hazard Assessment and a Water Quality Criterion Calculation
    Adams W., Johnson H.

    Principles of Aquatic Hazard Evaluation as Applied to Ocean-Disposed Wastes
    Rose C., Ward T.

    Estimating the Environmental Concentrations of Consumer Product Components
    Holman W.

    Bioaccumulation and Chronic Toxicity of Bis(tributyltin) Oxide (TBTO): Tests with a Saltwater Fish
    Cramm G., Parrish P., Slesinger A., Trachman H., Ward G.

    Enhancement of Aflatoxin B1 Hepatocarcinogenesis in Rainbow Trout (Salmo gairdneri) Embryos by Prior Exposure of Gravid Females to Dietary Aroclor 1254
    Hendricks J., Putnam T., Sinnhuber R., Stott W.

    Environmental Carcinogenesis Studies in the Western New York Great Lakes Aquatic Environment
    Black J., Dymerski P., Zapisek W.

    In Vitro Evaluation of the Channel Catfish Ictalurus punctatus (Rafinesque) as a Test Species in Chemical Carcinogenesis Studies
    Hinton D., Jack R., Klaunig J., Lipsky M., Trump B.

    Metabolites of Benzo[a]pyrene in Aroclor 1254-Treated Mullet
    Elam D., Kilgore M., Melius P., Schoor W., Tan B.

    Applications and Results of Analytical Methods Used in Monitoring Environmental Contaminants
    Dubay G., Ribick M., Smith L., Stalling D.

    Analysis of Variance as a Method for Examining Contaminant Residues in Fish: National Pesticide Monitoring Program
    Schmitt C.

    Great Lakes Monitoring Activities
    Bowden R., Tebo E.

    On-Site Critical Life-Stage Bioassay with the Fathead Minnow, Pimephales promelas, on Effluent from the Wastewater Treatment Facilities of Austin, Minn.
    Cella G., Iwan G.

    Use of Bluegill Toxicity Indexes in Illinois
    Lubinski K., Sparks R.

    Reliability of the Bacterial Luminescence Assay for Determination of the Toxicity of Pure Compounds and Complex Effluents
    Bulich A., Greene M., Isenberg D.

    Comparison of Bacterial Luminescence and Fish Bioassay Results for Fossil-Fuel Process Waters and Phenolic Constituents
    Anderson A., Bergman H., DeGraeve G., Lebsack M.

    Statistical Analysis of Fish Chronic Toxicity Test Data
    McClave J., Pearson J., Sullivan J.

    Statistical Inconsistencies in the Use of No-Observed-Effect Levels in Toxicity Testing
    Skalski J.

    Approach to the Analysis of Toxicant Interactions in the Aquatic Environment
    Durkin P.

    Acute Toxicities of Equimolar and Equitoxic Surfactant Mixtures to Daphnia magna and Lepomis macrochirus
    Lewis M., Perry R.

    Development and Evaluation of a Flow-Through Growth Inhibition Test with Duckweed (Lemna minor)
    Bishop W., Perry R.

    New Design and Use of a Fish Metabolism Chamber
    Kimerle R., Schmidt E.

    A Radiorespirometric Study of the Effects of a Chemical Substance on Carbohydrate Metabolism in the Intact Fish
    Liu D.

    Branson D., Dickson K.


    Committee: D19

    DOI: 10.1520/STP737-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4803-1

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0799-1

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