Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment: Eighth Symposium

    Bahner RC, Hansen DJ
    Published: 1985

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    Begins with papers establishing the need for RSP alloy development for use in aerospace and land vehicles. Follows with tutorial papers on solidification theory and stereological characteristics. Concludes with papers on powders, consolidations and processing, and characterization and properties.

    Table of Contents

    Bahner R., Hansen D.

    Bahner R., Hansen D.

    Scientific Considerations in the Legislative Arena
    Durbin R.

    Scientific Considerations in the International Arena
    Lee C.

    Clean Water Act Update: A New Role for Toxicology
    Wise P.

    What Industry is Doing to Protect Aquatic Life
    Alexander H., Quick J.

    Water Quality Criteria: Protection of Use Perspective
    Gostomski F.

    Research Needs for Rapid Assessments of Chronic Toxicity
    Birge W., Black J.

    Research Needs in Validating and Determining the Predictability of Laboratory Data to the Field
    Boyle T.

    Multispecies Tests: Research Needs to Assess the Effects of Chemicals on Aquatic Life
    Giesy J.

    Research Needs in Developing Structure Activity Relationships
    Lipnick R.

    Biological Effects of Continuous and Intermittent Dosing of Outdoor Experimental Streams with Chlorpyrifos
    Anderson R., Arthur J., Eaton J., Erickson R., Hermanutz R., Kiefer R., Mueller L., Nordling B., Pritchard H., Rogers J.

    Acclimation as a Factor Influencing Metal Criteria
    Chapman G.

    A New Approach for Regulating Iron in Water Quality Standards
    Arnold T., Hendricks J., Loeffelman P., Van Hassel J.

    Comparison of QSAR Predictions with Fish Toxicity Screening Data for 110 Phenols
    Bickings C., Eastmond D., Johnson D., Lipnick R.

    Field Confirmation of a Laboratory-Derived Hazard Assessment of the Acute Toxicity of Fenthion to Pink Shrimp, Penaeus duorarum
    Borthwick P., Clark J., Lores E., Montgomery R., Patrick J.

    Time/Toxicity Relationships in Short-Term Static, Dynamic, and Plug-Flow Bioassays
    Bailey H., Javitz H., Liu D.

    The Acute Toxicity of Chlorine on Freshwater Organisms: Time-Concentration Relationships of Constant and Intermittent Exposures
    Hanson S., Wang M.

    Brood Size and Neonate Weight of Daphnia magna Produced by Nine Diets
    Applegath S., Brooks S., Cowgill U., Hopkins D., Milazzo D., Takahashi I.

    The Sensitivity of Chronic Endpoints Used in Daphnia magna Straus Life-Cycle Tests
    Applegath S., Gersich F., Hopkins D., Mendoza C., Milazzo D.

    An Aquatic Hazard Assessment: Picloram
    Mayes M., Oliver G.

    Effects of Triethylene Glycol on Mysidopsis bahia (Crustacea: Mysidacea) and Menidia peninsulae (Pisces: Atherinidae)
    D'Asaro C., Forester J., Montgomery R.

    Interlaboratory Comparison of the ASTM Bioconcentration Test Method Using the Eastern Oyster
    Garnas R., Schimmel S.

    Harmonization of Biological Testing Methodology: A Performance-Based Approach
    Williams L.

    Toxicity of Aqueous Extracts of Natural and Synthetic Oils to Three Species of Lemna
    Coley K., King J.

    Comparison of Techniques for Evaluating the Effect of Cadmium on Pseudomas Fluorescens
    Horgan C., Seyfried P.

    Measuring Fish Lengths from Instant Photographs Using a Digitizing Tablet and Minicomputer
    Harrison J., Sauter S.

    Advantages of Using Regression Analysis to Calculate Results of Chronic Toxicity Tests
    Rogers J., Stephan C.

    The Effects of an Acidic River, Caused by Acidic Rain, on Weight Gain, Steroidogenesis, and Reproduction in the Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar)
    Freeman H., Sangalang G.

    Usefulness of the Lipid Index for Bioaccumulation Studies with Daphnia magna
    Carlile D., Dauble D., Klopfer D., William Hanf R.

    Effects of Suspended Volcanic Ash and Thermal Shock on Susceptibility of Juvenile Salmonids to Disease
    Abernethy C., Carlile D., Neitzel D., Poston T.

    Appropriate Durations and Measures for Ceriodaphnia Toxicity Tests
    McNaught D., Mount D.

    Rapid Aquatic Toxicity Assay Using Incorporation of Tritiated-Thymidine into Sea Urchin, Arbacia punctulata, Embryo: Evaluation of Toxicant Exposure Procedures
    Jackim E., Nacci D.

    Acute and Chronic Toxicity to the Fathead Minnow, Pimephales promelas, of Effluents from a Treatment Plant Receiving Dye and Pigment Processing Wastewater
    Dostal K., Pickering Q., Shaul G.

    Physical/Chemical Properties of 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-Dioxin
    Cheng S., Hileman F., Schroy J.

    Environmental Mobility of Dioxins
    Freeman R., Schroy J.

    Bioconcentration of Four Chlorinated Dioxins By Rainbow Trout and Fathead Minnows
    Muir D., Webster G., Yarechewski A.

    A Model for Estimating the Loading Rate of 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-Dioxin to the Great Lakes
    Neely W.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: E47

    DOI: 10.1520/STP891-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4952-6

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0437-2

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