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Toxicants in aqueous ecosystems

T. R. Crompton

Toxicants in aqueous ecosystems

a guide for the analytical and environmental chemist

by T. R. Crompton

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Published by Springer in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water -- Pollution -- Toxicology,
  • Aquatic organisms -- Effect of water pollution on,
  • Water -- Pollution -- Measurement

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesGuide for the analytical and environmental chemist
    StatementT.R. Crompton.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH90.8.T68 C76 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 456 p. :
    Number of Pages456
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17882878M
    ISBN 103540357386
    ISBN 109783540357384
    LC Control Number2006927807

    Low levels of HHCB have been detected in aqueous ecosystems and in urban soils and high concentrations in sewage sludge. HHCB is very persistent in soil (half life 10–17 months) and has been shown to accumulate in carrot roots from soil (Litz et al ). Potential acute toxicity of HHCB on plants is largely unknown (Anonymous ).   "This is an excellent and well-produced guide to the subject. In the Introduction the book is described as a source of state-of-the-art knowledge for public health authorities, physicians, and industrial managers which can also be used in graduate and post-graduate training and by research workers including toxicologists, clinicians, and epidemiologists I will certainly be dipping into it.

      The book begins with the basic principles of pharmacology and toxicology, risk analysis, and air, water, and soil pollution. It then examines various toxicants and hazards, such as airborne hazards, halogenated hydrocarbons, metals, and organic solvents. Chapters also discuss food additives and contaminants, pesticides, hormone disrupters Author: Richard B. Philp.   rates of aqueous toxicants. Furthermore, the increased turnover rates of essential ions (K, Na, Cl, H, etc.) exhibited by smaller organisms make them more susceptible to toxicants, such as copper and silver, which adversely affect regulation of specific ions Additionally, lower fat to protein ratios, more rapid.

    What is a Response? The degree of responses depend upon the dose and the organism • Change from normal state – could be on the molecular, cellular, organ, or organism level--the symptoms • Local vs. Systemic • Reversible vs. Irreversible • Immediate vs. Delayed • Monotonic – response increases with dose (cyanide and many traditional toxicants). Book is in Used-Good condition. Pages and cover are clean and intact. Used items may not include supplementary materials such as CDs or access codes. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting. Toxicants in Aqueous Ecosystems: A Guide for the Analytical and Environmental Chemist. Crompton, T.R. Published.


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amounts of metals, organometals and organics in fish, crustaceae, Cited by: Written from a chemist's perspective, this book provides coverage of all aspects of the occurrence, toxicity and analysis of toxicants in the aqueous ecosystem.

Chapters in the book deal with toxicity measurement, control of pollution regulation and toxicity data. TOXICANTS IN AQUEOUS ECOSYSTEMS.

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An Introduction to Aquatic Toxicology will introduce you to the global issue of aquatic contamination, detailing the major sources of contamination, from where they originate, and their effects on aquatic.

supplementary booklet titled "Environmental toxicants and their effects on species and ecosystems", which would be circulated at the 32nd Annual Sessions of the Institute of Biologyis a collection of articles written by members of the Institute.

The booklet provides some basic information on. Ludke JL, Schmitt CJ () In: Proceedings of the 3rd USA-USSR Symposium on the Effect of Pollutants upon Aquatic Ecosystems, Theoretical Aspects of Aquatic Toxicology, US Environmental Protection Agency, Duluth, MN, USA, p. 97– Google Scholar.

Get this from a library. Toxicants in aqueous ecosystems: a guide for the analytical and environmental chemist. [T R Crompton] -- The oceans and rivers, in particular, are not unlimited reservoirs into which waste can be dumped and that control of these emissions is necessary if destruction of the environment is to be avoided.

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Provides detailed methods for identifying types of inorganic, organic, and organometallic pollutants in aquatic species (fish, crustaceans, weeds, plants, phytoplankton, and algae) and interpreting the analytical results.

The book begins with the basic principles of pharmacology and toxicology, risk analysis, and air, water, and soil pollution. It then examines various toxicants and hazards, such as airborne hazards, halogenated hydrocarbons, metals, and organic solvents.

This book provides a complete coverage of all aspects of the occurrence, toxicity and analysis of toxicants in the aqueous ecosystem. The aqueous ecosystem includes natural waters such as rivers, coastal waters and open seawater. It also includes sedimentary matter present in these waters, creatures (fish, crustacea) and plant life.

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R. Crompton £ Paperback.Toxicants come from a variety of sources, but they tend to become concentrated in water systems. Runoff carries toxicants from large areas of land and contaminates surface water and groundwater.