2 edition of effects of sedimentation on the aquatic biota found in the catalog.
effects of sedimentation on the aquatic biota
W. H. Griffiths
|Statement||by W. H. Griffiths and B. D. Walton.|
|Series||Alberta Oil Sands Environmental Research Program. AOSERP report -- no.35, AOSERP report -- 35.|
|Contributions||Walton, B. D., Alberta. Alberta Environment., Canada. Environment Canada., Alberta Oil Sands Environmental Research Program., Canada. Fisheries and Environment Canada.|
|LC Classifications||TD171.5.C22 A547 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 86 l. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
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Description Fate and Effects of Sediment-Bound Chemicals in Aquatic Systems presents the proceedings of the Sixth Pellston Workshop, held in Florissant, Colorado on August 12–17, This book presents the development of scientific inquiry of hazards to the aquatic Edition: 1.
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Productive bottoms can be altered or destroyed, and water effects of sedimentation on the aquatic biota book decreased. Effects on Fish, Shellfish, and Related Organisms. The effects of excess sedimentation may be most damaging to the salmonid species because they deposit their eggs in gravel.
correlated to suspended sediment concentrations on an individual watershed basis. Ill. EFFECTS The effects of sedimentation and inorganic turbidity on aquatic habitat and biota are dependent on measured levels and persistence of sediment load (Cairns, ).
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Effects of plastic debris on macrophytes have hardly been studied, despite their importance in aquatic ecosystems. We provide the first experimental study exploring nano- and microplastic effects on the growth of sediment-rooted by: The book focuses on organochlorine pesticides, but also assesses the potential for currently used pesticides to be found in bed sediment and aquatic biota.
Topics covered in depth include the effect of land use on pesticide occurrence, mechanisms of pesticide uptake and accumulation by aquatic biota, and the environmental significance of observed levels of pesticides in stream sediment and aquatic biota.
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Indeed, storms large enough to reshape channel morphology can have long-lasting effects on sediment and turbidity concentrations and aquatic biota. This framework for integrating temporal and spatial point measurements using high frequency monitoring and watershed modeling appears to hold great promise to inform policy concerning the water.
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Thus, their detection in bed sediment and aquatic biota serves as an indicator that these compounds are present as contaminants in the hydrologic system. Clearly, the monitoring studies reviewed (Tables and ) indicate that many pesticides are frequently found in Cited by: 2.
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The book focuses on organochlorine pesticides, but also assesses the potential for currently used pesticides to be found in bed sediment and aquatic biota. Topics covered in depth include the effect of land use on pesticide occurrence, mechanisms of pesticide uptake and accumulation by aquatic biota, and the environmental significance of observed levels of pesticides in stream sediment and aquatic by: accumulation in sediment and aquatic biota are hydrophobicity and persistence.
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