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Survey of biological effects of toxicants upon Puget Sound biota
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Service in Rockville, Md
Written in English
|Series||NOAA technical report NOS -- 102. -- OMS -- 1, NOAA technical report NOS -- 102, NOAA technical report NOS -- 1|
|Contributions||Chapman, P. M, United States. National Ocean Service|
|The Physical Object|
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Get this from a library. Survey of biological effects of toxicants upon Puget Sound biota. [P M Chapman; United States. National Ocean Service.;]. Get this from a library. Survey of biological effects of toxicants upon Puget Sound biota. [P M Chapman; United States.
National Ocean Service.;]. EPA's Region 10 Office of Puget Sound, is currently comparing the relative sensitivity of 13 acute and chronic test methods. Pre- vious methods comparisons have shown a general concordance of acute tests in identifying the most and least contaminated sediment samples, although concordance is less at intermediate levels of contamination.
Oligochaete respiration as a measure of sediment toxicity in Puget Sound, Washington. Authors; Authors and affiliations Kocan &M. Landolt, Survey of biological effects of toxicants upon Puget Sound biota.
Broadscale toxicity survey. Kocan, M. Landolt &R. Dexter, Survey of biological effects of toxicants Cited by: Chapman, P.M. et al. () Survey of Biological Effects of Toxicants upon Puget Sound Biota.
Broad Scale Toxicity Survey. aNOAA Techn. Mem. OMPA, 98 pp. Boulder/CO: United States Natl. Oceanic and Athmospheric Administration. Google Scholar. Evaluation of effects associated with an oil platform, using the sediment quality triad P. Chapman chemical enrichment from the platforms had the potential to cause adverse environmental effects within the immediate vicinity of source (the 25‐m stations in the present study), this potential was not manifest in the benthos, possibly due.
A comparative evaluation of marine sediment toxicity using bacterial luminescence, oyster embryo and amphipod sediment bioassays Quinlan, E.
A., Kocan, R. & Landolt, M. (a). Survey of biological effects of toxicants upon Puget Sound biota. E.A Quinlan, R.M Kocan, M LandoltSurvey of biological effects of toxicants upon Puget Cited by: Survey of biological effects of toxicants upon Puget Sound biota.
Broad-scale toxicity survey. Chapman, P.M., and R. Fink. Effects of Puget Sound sediments and their elutriates on the life cycle of Capitella capitata. Bull. Environ. Contain. Toxicol. After decades of source control and cleanup of chemicals discharged into Puget Sound's most contaminated industrial and municipal sites, monitoring has shown, in part, decreasing levels of some toxic chemicals in urban sediments (Partridge et al.) and improvement in health of some resident biota (e.g., decreasing liver disease in Cited by: 7.
Survey of biological effects of toxicants upon Puget Sound biota. Broad-scale toxlcity survey. sediments and Interstitial water for a list of typical contaminants found in Puget Sound. The biological measurements presented in the table are a benthic community structure index (Bray/Curtis similarity index) the percent amphipod mortality.
Revision of sediment quality triad indicators in Puget Sound (Washington, USA): I. a Sediment Chemistry Index and targets for mixtures of toxicants. Histopathological survey of potential biomarkers for the assessment of contaminant related biological effects in species of fish and shellfish collected from Kuwait Bay, Arabian Gulf.
The varied habitats within Puget Sound support multiple life history stages of many species, potentially exposing sensitive life stages to contamination. There are multiple water quality concerns in Puget Sound: Levels of toxic contaminants in biota that live or feed in Puget Sound.
Section ScopeThis section reviews, assesses, and summarizes the potential strategies investigated in past scientific and technical research for positively affecting the watersheds and tributaries draining to Puget Sound. The review and assessment covers strategies for both protecting resources that remain and recovering or improving resources that have been impaired.
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The Regulation of Toxic Pollutants Under the Clean Water Act Oliver A. Houck. the decisions were essentially objective, based on measurable indicators and replicable biological effects.
From the standpoint of a federalist nation, it preserved the authority of states to control their economic and environmental destinies.
Puget Sound, and. A guide to toxicity assessment and monitoring effects at lower levels of biological organization following marine oil spills in European waters is available that can provide information on the degree of exposure to petroleum-related hydrocarbons and/or their effects upon the individual organisms in a population.
sediment and/or biota Cited by: Northwest Fisheries Science Center is one of six regional Science Centers for NOAA Fisheries. NOAA Fisheries Service, also referred to as the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), is a branch of the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration in the Department of Commerce.
Puget Sound is the second largest estuary in the United States. Its unique geology, climate, and nutrient-rich waters produce and sustain biologically productive coastal habitats.
These same natural characteristics also contribute to a high quality of life that has led to a significant growth in human population and associated development. Modeling the Effects of Pesticides, Toxicants, and Multiple Stressors on the Fish Populations and Ecological Communities of the Salish Sea Assessing the effects of chemical mixtures using a Bayesian network-relative risk model (BN-RRM) integrating adverse outcome pathways (AOPs) in three Puget Sound watersheds.
A biological survey of the subtidal fauna near an intertidal combined sewer overflow (CSO) discharging into Puget Sound, Washington, USA, was conducted during April and May, The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of the CSO on the surrounding marine invertebrate by: Designated Critical Habitat (65 Fed.
Reg. ; ) includes all marine, estuarine and river reaches accessible to listed chinook salmon in Puget Sound. Puget Sound marine areas include South Sound, Hood Canal, and North Sound to the international boundary at the outer extent of the Strait of Georgia, Haro Strait, and the Strait of Juan de.Puget Sound' Some 13 hatcheries around the Sound are involved in salmon production.
The estimated annual production of king and silver salmon from these hatcheries catch (by commercial, sport and subsistence fishermen) plus escapement is 1*9 million kg and million kg respectively.