By Claude Amiard-Triquet,Jean-Claude Amiard,Catherine Mouneyrac
Aquatic Ecotoxicology: Advancing instruments for facing rising Risks provides an intensive examine contemporary advances in aquatic ecotoxicology and their software in assessing the danger of famous and rising environmental contaminants.
This crucial reference, introduced jointly by way of prime specialists within the box, courses clients via current and novel ways to environmental hazard evaluate, then proposing contemporary advances within the box of ecotoxicology, together with omics-based applied sciences, biomarkers, and reference species.
The publication then demonstrates how those advances can be utilized to layout and practice assays to find the toxicological endpoints of rising dangers in the aquatic surroundings, reminiscent of nanomaterials, own care items, PFOS and chemical combos. The textual content is a useful reference for any scientist who reviews the consequences of contaminants on organisms that dwell inside aquatic environments.
- Provides the newest views on rising poisonous dangers to aquatic environments, equivalent to nanomaterials, prescribed drugs, chemical combos, and perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS)
- Offers sensible counsel on fresh advances to assist in selecting the main applicable toxicological assay
- Presents case stories and knowledge on quite a few reference species to aid placed the ecotoxicological conception into functional hazard assess
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