Toxic effects of industrial discharges on wet land biological communities / Mike D. Dickman, Ian N. Brindle and Salem S. Rao.: En13-5/90-53E-PDF
"Toxic substance loading from industrial and municipal discharges into waterways has detrimental effects on the indigenous biota. Proper monitoring strategies for the detection of sporadic toxicant discharge effects would help design effective regulatory programs. This article describes the effective use of acute and chronic toxicity bioassays to detect the effects of industrial discharges containing electrolytes. The information presented in this report is of value to environmental researchers and managers in their environmental assessment programs"--Management Perspective.
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|Department/Agency|| Canada. Environment Canada. |
National Water Research Institute (Canada)
|Title||Toxic effects of industrial discharges on wet land biological communities / Mike D. Dickman, Ian N. Brindle and Salem S. Rao.|
|Series title||NWRI contribution ; no. 90-53|
|Publication type||Series - View Master Record|
|Note(s)|| Digitized edition from print [produced by Environment and Climate Change Canada]. |
Includes bibliographical references.
|Publishing information||Burlington, Ontario : National water Research Institute, 1990.|
|Author / Contributor|| Dickman, M. D. (Michael David), 1940- author. |
Brindle, Ian N., author.
Rao, S. S. (Salem S.), 1934- author.
|Description||1 online resource (24, (11) pages) : illustrations, maps.|
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|Subject terms|| Water pollution |
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