STP854

    Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment: Seventh Symposium

    Cardwell RD, Purdy R, Comotto Bahner R
    Published: 1985


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    Discusses approaches for determining the impact of pollution on aquatic ecosystems through toxicological and chemical fate assessments. Five sections cover: methods development, refinement, and evaluation; chemicals and chemical wastes; impact of wastes on aquatic ecosystems; bioavailability; and national water quality criteria.


    Table of Contents

    Introduction
    Bahner R., Cardwell R., Purdy R.

    Summary
    Cardwell R., Comotto Bahner R., Purdy R.

    Evaluation of Filamentous Algae as Biomonitors of Metal Accumulation in Softwater Lakes: A Multivariate Approach
    Bailey R., Stokes P.

    Cyanophage Assay as a New Concept in the Study of Environmental Toxicity
    Kraus M.

    Diets for Ceriodaphnia reticulata Life-Cycle Tests
    Mount D., Norberg T.

    Effect of Diet on the Sensitivity of Daphnia magna to Linear Alkylbenzene Sulfonate
    Taylor M.

    A Study of the Reliability of Daphnia Acute Toxicity Tests
    Lewis P., Weber C.

    Short-Cut Chronic Toxicity Estimates Using Daphnia magna
    Adams W., Heidolph B.

    A New Aquatic Bioassay Technique Using Wyeomyia smithii, the Pitcher-Plant Mosquito
    Strickman D.

    Effects of Small Fish Predation on Microcosm Community Bioassays
    Harrass M., Taub F.

    Factors Affecting Growth and Survival of the Asiatic Clam, Corbicula sp., under Controlled Laboratory Conditions
    Abernethy C., Daly D., Dauble D.

    Method for Early Life-Stage Toxicity Tests Using Three Atherinid Fishes and Results with Chlorpyrifos
    Cripe G., Goodman L., Hansen D., Middaugh D., Moore J.

    Use of Biochemical Measurements to Detect Pollutant-Mediated Damage to Fish
    Neff J.

    Effect of Iron and Zinc Interaction on Algal Communities
    Wang W.

    Comparison of System Design and Reproducibility to Estimate Bioconcentration of Di-n-hexylphthalate by Daphnia magna
    Biddinger G., Gloss S.

    Sediment Microbial Activity Tests for the Detection of Toxicant Impacts
    Burton G., Lanza G.

    Comparative Toxicity of Whole and Liquid Phase Sewage Sludges to Marine Organisms
    Fava J., Gift J., Maciorowski A., McCulloch W., Reisinger H.

    An Approach to Sewage Sludge Bioaccumulation Potential Tests
    Fava J., Maciorowski A., McCulloch W.

    A Method of Assessing the Toxicity of Contaminated Freshwater Sediments
    LeBlanc G., Surprenant D.

    Phoxocephalid Amphipod Bioassay for Marine Sediment Toxicity
    Cole F., DeBen W., Jones J., Lamberson J., Swartz R.

    A Statistical Test Procedure for Effluent Toxicity Screening
    Claflin L., Fava J., Mowery P.

    Isolation and Chemical Characterization of Petroleum Refinery Wastewater Fractions Acutely Lethal to Daphnia magna
    Burks S., Reece C.

    Biological Implications of the Management of Waste Materials: The Importance of Integrating Measures of Exposure, Uptake, and Effects
    Mearns A.

    An Overview of Biological Effects Testing in Puget Sound, Washington: Methods, Results, and Implications
    Chapman P., Dexter R., Kocan R., Long E.

    Using the Natural Detoxification Capacities of Marine Organisms to Assess Assimilative Capacity
    Bay S., Brown D., Gossett R.

    Implications of Waste Disposal in Coastal Waters on Fish Populations
    Cross F., Peters D., Schaaf W.

    Extrapolating from the Laboratory to the Field: How Uncertain Are You?
    Barnthouse L., Breck J., Gardner R., O'Neill R., Suter G.

    A Model for Predicting the Influence of Suspended Sediments on the Bioavailability of Neutral Organic Chemicals in the Water Compartment
    Dickson K., Rodgers J., Saleh F., Staples C.

    Aquatic Safety Assessment of Chemicals Sorbed to Sediments
    Adams W., Kimerle R., Mosher R.

    The Role of Sediment Organic Matter on Sorption-Desorption Reactions and Bioavailability of Mercury and Cadmium in an Intertidal Ecosystem
    Breteler R., Saksa F.

    Effect of Physicochemical Form on Copper Availability to Aquatic Organisms
    Harrison F.

    Bioavailability of Trace Metals in Natural Waters
    Allen H., Kaplan B., O'Donnel J.

    Biological Degradation of Complex Iron Cyanides in Natural Aquatic Systems
    Cherryholmes K., Cornils W., McDonald D., Splinter R.

    Are the “Guidelines for Deriving Numerical National Water Quality Criteria for the Protection of Aquatic Life and Its Uses” Based on Sound Judgments?
    Stephan C.

    How Representative are the Data Sets Used to Derive National Water Quality Criteria?
    Cumbie P., Fava J., Seegert G.

    Aquatic Hazard Evaluation Principles Applied to the Development of Water Quality Criteria
    Adams W., Kimerle R., Werner A.

    Role of Phytotoxicity Tests in the Derivation of Numerical National Water Quality Criteria
    Wang W.

    Evaluation of a Site-Specific Water Quality Criterion for Pentachlorophenol Using Outdoor Experimental Streams
    Arthur J., Hedtke S.

    Use of Statistical Information to Improve Compatibility Between the Various Components of the Water Quality Based Approach
    Jaworski N., Mount D.

    Index


    Committee: E47

    Paper ID: STP854-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP854-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4922-9

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0410-5

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