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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.