Published Online: 1984
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Because of the increasing importance of evaluating the actual impact of chemical discharges on fish in receiving waters the need for a suitable apparatus for conducting in situ toxicity tests has arisen. This paper describes a simple, inexpensive, easily handled fish cage that has proven to be quite suitable for conducting in situ toxicity tests with small fish. The cages are constructed of 10-cm plastic pipe.
Assistant professor of civil engineering, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ
Professor of civil engineering, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
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