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Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment
Pearson JG, Foster RB, Bishop WE
STP 766 presents a discussion of the science's lack of quantitative growth and innovation based on the experience of those dealing in the practical application of aquatic toxicology as decision tools in aquatic toxicology as decision tools in aquatic safety assessment. However the papers contained combat this challenge and express new and innovative techniques for screening chemicals, for measuring population and community effects of stress, and field validation of lab-derived data.
Table of Contents
Bishop W., Foster R., Pearson J.
Bishop W., Foster R., Pearson J.
Aquatic Toxicology: Anarchy or Democracy?
Research Needs in Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment: A Sojourner's Perspective
Relationship Between Response Parameter Hierarchies, Statistical Procedures, and Biological Judgment in the NOEL Determination
Considerations in the Design and Analysis of Chronic Aquatic Tests of Toxicity
Collins W., Feder P.
Increasing the Usefulness of Acute Toxicity Tests
Development of a Sperm Cell Toxicity Test for Marine Waters
Crumley S., Dinnel P., Nakatani R., Stober Q.
Use of the Central Mudminnow (Umbra limi) in the Development and Evaluation of a Sister Chromatid Exchange Test for Detecting Mutagens in Vivo
Bishop W., Valentine L.
Variation in Response to Methylmercury by Killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus) Embryos
Heber M., Weis J., Weis P.
Effect of Linear Alkylbenzene Sulfonate on the Structure and Function of Microbial Communities in Model Ecosystems
Larson R., Maki A.
Procedures and Recommendations for the Culture and Use of Daphnia in Bioassay Studies
Comotto R., Goulden C., Hendrickson J., Hornig L., Johnson K.
International Study on Artemia XXII: Nutrition in Aquatic Toxicology—Diet Quality of Geographical Strains of the Brine Shrimp, Artemia
Beck A., Bengtson D.
Evaluation of a Bacterial Bioluminescence Bioassay as a Method for Predicting Acute Toxicity of Organic Chemicals to Fish
Curtis C., Lima A., Lozano S., Veith G.
Comparison of a Luminescent Bacterial Test with Other Bioassays for Determining Toxicity of Pure Compounds and Complex Effluents
Flood K., Inniss C., Janhurst S., Qureshi A., Rokosh D., Thompson S.
A Monitoring Technique for Assessing Effects of Pollutants on Fish Activity
Blanchard R., Collins G., D'Allessandris R., Fisher J., Harrah C., Klosterman E., Muhic L., Umina J.
Investigations in Aquatic Behavioral Toxicology Using a Computerized Video Quantification System
Greaves J., Lang W., Miller D., Wilson R.
Development and Testing of a Laboratory Model Ecosystem for Use in Evaluating Biological Effects and Chemical Fate of Pollutants
Effects of Kelthane and Pydrin on Early Life Stages of Fathead Minnows (Pimephales promelas) and Amphipods (Hyalella azteca)
Gibson J., Spehar R., Tanner D.
Comparison of the Toxicities of Biphenyl, Monochlorobiphenyl, and 2,2′,4,4′-Tetrachlorobiphenyl to Fish and Daphnids
Boggs G., Dill D., Emmitte J., Mayes M., Mendoza C.
Prediction of Biological Availability of Organic Chemical Pollutants to Aquatic Animals and Plants
Blouw A., Lockhart W., Metner D., Muir D.
Availability of a Hexachlorobiphenyl Isomer to Benthic Amphipods from Experimentally Contaminated Natural Sediments
Johnson H., Lynch T.
An Overview of the Hydrologic Simulation Program-FORTRAN, a Simulation Model for Chemical Transport and Aquatic Risk Assessment
Field Validation of Water Quality Criteria for Hydrophobic Pollutants
Aquatic Insects as Measures of Trace Element Presence in Water: Cadmium and Molybdenum
A Seasonal Analysis of Stress in a Stream Ecosystem Using a Nontaxonomic Approach
Buikema A., Kondratieff P., Matthews R.
A Biological Risk Assessment Approach to Establishing Water Quality-Based Effluent Limits
Del Pup J., Fava J., Flynn C., Gift J., Kapp R.
Use of the Hazard Assessment Approach for Evaluating the Impact of Chlorine and Ammonia in Pueblo, Colorado, Domestic Wastewaters on Water Quality in the Arkansas River
Heinemann T., Jones R., Lee G., Newbry B.
Development of Water Quality Criteria for Ammonia and Total Residual Chlorine for the Protection of Aquatic Life in Two Johnson County, Kansas, Streams
Burkhead C., Hazel R., Huggins D.
Paper ID: STP766-EB
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