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    Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment: Sixth Symposium

    Bishop WE, Cardwell RD, Heidolph BB
    Published: 1983

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    The contents of STP 802 include papers on aquatic toxicology, environmental chemistry, environmental modeling, and aquatic hazard assessment. 35 papers serve in the attempt to bridge the gap between laboratory and field results and to model of study the behavior of chemicals of organisms in complex environments.

    Table of Contents



    Demonstration of the Ecological Effects of Streptomycin and Malathion on Synthetic Aquatic Microcosms

    A Microcosm Study of Lindane and Naphthalene for Model Validation

    Development of a Mechanistic Model of Acute Heavy Metal Toxicity

    A Toxicity Test Using Life Stages of Champia parvula (Rhodophyta)

    Estimating the Acute Toxicity of Narcotic Industrial Chemicals to Fathead Minnows

    The Relationship Between the Toxicity and Structure of Nitroaromatic Chemicals

    The Case for Simultaneous Toxicity Testing at Different Levels of Biological Organization

    Population Approaches to Aquatic Toxicology

    Toxicity of a Complex Munitions Wastewater to Aquatic Organisms

    Environmental Influence on the Response of Aquatic Laboratory Ecosystems to a Toxicant

    Fate and Effects of 5-Nitrofuroic Acid-2 (NFA) on a Marine Plankton Community in Experimental Enclosures

    Environmental Assessment of a Phthalate Ester, Di(2-Ethylhexyl) Phthalate (DEHP), Derived from a Marine Microcosm

    Differential Sensitivity of New Versus Mature Synthetic Microcosms to Streptomycin Sulfate Treatment

    Correlation Between the Autotrophic Index and Protozoan Colonization Rates as Indicators of Pollution Stress

    Field Investigations and On-Site Toxicity Testing: An Assessment of Habitat Suitability—Arkansas River, Pueblo, Colorado

    Effects of Increasing Levels of Primary Production on Pentachlorophenol Residues in Experimental Pond Ecosystems

    Validation of Exposure Models: The Role of Conceptual Verification, Sensitivity Analysis, and Alternative Hypotheses

    Practical Applications and Comparisons of Environmental Exposure Assessment Models

    Bioconcentration of Lindane and Naphthalene in Bluegills (Lepomis macrochirus)

    Do Organisms in Laboratory Toxicity Tests Respond Like Organisms in Nature?

    Translation of Laboratory Results to Field Conditions: The Role of Aquatic Chemistry in Assessing Toxicity

    Changes in the Fish Community of the Wabash River Following Power Plant Start-Up: Projected and Observed

    Field Comparison of Laboratory-Derived Acute and Chronic Toxicity Data

    Suitability of a Biochemical Method for Assessing the Exposure of Feral Fish to Lead

    Role and Application of Semicontrolled Ecosystem Research in the Assessment of Environmental Contaminants

    Measuring Effects of Contaminant Stress on Fish Populations

    Effect of Cadmium on Lake Water Bacteria as Determined by the Luciferase Assay of Adenosine Triphosphate

    An Efficient Algal Bioassay Based on Short-Term Photosynthetic Response

    Uptake and Toxicity of Organic Compounds: Studies with an Aquatic Macrophyte (Lemna minor)

    Effect of Chromium on Larval Chironomidae as Determined by the Optical-Fiber Light-Interruption Biomonitoring System

    Interlaboratory Comparison of a 28-Day Toxicity Test with the Polychaete Neanthes arenaceodentata

    Effects of Food Concentration, Animal Interactions, and Water Volume on Survival, Growth, and Reproduction of Daphnia magna Under Flow-Through Conditions

    Resolving Some Practical Questions About Daphnia Acute Toxicity Tests

    Development and Validation of an In Situ Fish Preference-Avoidance Technique for Environmental Monitoring of Pulp Mill Effluents

    Toxicity of the Herbicide Endothall to Juvenile Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha)


    Committee: E47

    DOI: 10.1520/STP802-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4868-0

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0255-2