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  • Environmental Contaminants in Wildlife: Interpreting Tissue Concentrations
  • W Nelson Beyer
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  • 10 January 2018
  • 156670071X

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Environmental Contaminants in Wildlife: Interpreting Tissue Concentrations Read & Download ¸ 109 Many books have been written about the effects of toxic chemicals on wildlife but none has focused on the practical uestion How much of a chemical in the tissues of an animal is harmful This book deals exclusively with that uestion This comprehensive reference will certainly become the standard resource on the topic offering authoritative and sound advice on many environmental contaminantsWith chapters writt.

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Environmental Contaminants in Wildlife: Interpreting Tissue Concentrations Read & Download ¸ 109 Nflicting or insufficient providing the reader with helpful advice on how to cope with such data Each chapter reviews literature on a specific chemical followed by a easy to understand summary providing technical guidance For many years this book will remain the preeminent reference on how to interpret contaminant levels of organochlorine pesticides PCBs dioxins PAHs metals selenium and fluorides in wildlife.

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Environmental Contaminants in Wildlife: Interpreting Tissue Concentrations Read & Download ¸ 109 En by outstanding experts in their respective fields this is not only a scholarly collection of discussions on different chemicals but for those who have the day to day task of evaluating the harm of environment contaminants to wildlife this book will provide answers on for example how to interpret ppm lead in the liver of a duck or fishThe authors explain the snags of interpreting data that are sometimes co.