STP921

    Aquatic Toxicology and Environmental Fate: Ninth Volume

    Poston TM, Purdy R
    Published: 1986


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    Ninth in ASTM series, this volume addresses the following subjects:
    • the impact of genetically engineered microorganisms in aquatic environments
    • bioaccumulation and bio transformation of xenobiotics
    • uality assurance programs for the hydra reaggregation test and the hydrogen oxidation soil bioassy
    • biomonitoring
    • new test methods
    • and the relationship between sediment and toxicity and bioavailabilty of chemicals.


    Table of Contents

    Proposed Goal of Applied Aquatic Toxicology
    Stephan C.

    Toward a Meaningful Interaction Between Ecology and Aquatic Toxicology
    Neuhold J.

    Systems Ecology and Environmental Law: Do They Speak the Same Language?
    Emery R., Mattson G.

    Design Criteria for a Predictive Ecological Effects Modeling System
    Lassiter R.

    Resource Competition Modeling of the Impacts of Xenobiotics on Biological Communities
    Landis W.

    A Phenomenological Perspective of Ecological Development
    Ulanowicz R.

    Population and Ecosystem Theory in Ecological Risk Assessment
    Barnthouse L., Bartell S., O'Neill R., Suter G.

    Protecting Aquatic Resources: An Ecologist's Perspective
    Giddings J.

    Can Biological Monitoring Early Warning Systems Be Useful in Detecting Toxic Materials in Water?
    van der Schalie W.

    Laboratory Simulation of Fish Passage Through a Heated-Water Discharge
    Abernethy C., Neitzel D., Page T., Poston T.

    Use of Heliophrya sp., a Sessile Suctorian Protozoon, as a Biomonitor of Urban Runoff
    Loveland D., Sayre P., Spoon D.

    Strategy for Whole Effluent Toxicity Evaluations in North Carolina
    Ausley L., Eagleson K., Tedder S.

    Field and Laboratory Toxicity Tests with Shrimp, Mysids, and Sheepshead Minnows Exposed to Fenthion
    Borthwick P., Clark J., Goodman L., Lores M., Moore J., Patrick J.

    Evaluating Risks of Genetically Engineered Products Under the Toxic Substances Control Act
    Hollander A., Rissler J.

    Assessment of Exposure Models for Bioengineered Microorganisms
    Cornaby B., Duke K., Goss L., Reichenbach N., Sticksel P., Zanetos M.

    Factors Affecting the Acceptance and Rejection of Genetically Altered Microorganisms by Established Natural Aquatic Communities
    Cairns J., Pratt J.

    Evidence for Genetic Modification of Microorganisms Occurring in Natural Aquatic Environments
    Colwell R., Grimes D.

    Metabolism of Benzo(a)pyrene by a Mixed Function Oxygenase System in Blue Crabs, Callinectes sapidus
    Lee R.

    Biotransformation of Benzo(a)pyrene by Mercenaria mercenaria and Crassostrea virginica
    Anderson R., Angel M.

    Assessment of Water Contamination by Chlorophenolics and Resin Acids with the Aid of Fish Bile Metabolites
    Holmbom B., Oikari A.

    Bioconcentration, Detoxification, and Excretion of Mutagenic River Pollutants in Fish Bile
    de Zwart D., Slooff W., van Kreijl C.

    Passive Perchorionic Carcinogen Bioassay Using Rainbow Trout (Salmo gairdneri) Embryos
    Black J., Maccubbin A.

    Influence of Age on Patterns of Uptake and Excretion of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in the Rainbow Trout Embryo
    Kocan R., Stahl R.

    Bioconcentration of Hydrophobic Chemicals in Fish
    Opperhuizen A.

    Utilization of Nonmammalian Test Systems to Predict Human Health Hazards
    Faulk R., Goss L., Reveley J., Sabourin T.

    Validation of collaborative testing guidelines
    Meckley D., Schiefer G., Williams L.

    Why Round-Robin Testing with Zooplankton Often Fails to Provide Acceptable Results
    Cowgill U.

    Factors Affecting the Culture of Daphnia Magna
    Huntington E., Lee C., Turner C.

    Effect of Diet on Copper Toxicity to Neanthes arenaceodentata (Annelida: Polychaeta)
    Balboni M., Pesch C., Schauer P.

    Quality Assurance Review of the Use of the Hydra Assay in Developmental Toxicity (Teratology) Studies
    Ference P., Goeke J.

    Use of Hexavalent Chromium as a Reference Toxicant in Aquatic Toxicity Tests
    Dickson K., Dorn P., Jop K., Rodgers J.

    Applicability of Using a Single Laboratory Evaluation to Select Candidates for Collaborative Testing: Experience with a Soil Toxicity Bioassay
    Pryfogle P., Rogers R.

    Behavioral and Morphological Changes in Fathead Minnow (Pimephales promelas) as Diagnostic Endpoints for Screening Chemicals According to Mode of Action
    DeFoe D., Drummond R., Geiger D., Russom C.

    Effect of Natural Water Source on the Toxicity of Chemicals to Aquatic Microorganisms
    Cunningham V., Hannah R., Morgan M.

    Effects of Diet Quantity on Sheepshead Minnows (Cyprinodon variegatus) During Early Life-Stage Exposures to Chlorpyrifos
    Cripe G., Forester J., Hansen D., Macauley S.

    Methodology for determining the Relationship Between Toxicity and the Aqueous Speciation of a Metal
    Cowan C., Jenne E., Kinnison R.

    Methodology for Assessing the Acute Toxicity of Chemicals Sorbed to Sediments: Testing the Equilibrium Partitioning Theory
    Adams W., Renaudette W., Ziegenfuss P.

    Comparison of Laboratory and Field Methods for Testing the Toxicity of Chemicals Sorbed to Sediments
    Adams W., Mosher R., Renaudette W., Ziegenfuss P.

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: E47

    Paper ID: STP921-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP921-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4986-1

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0489-1

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