1. The toxicity of 3,400 chemicals to fish

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Fishes -- Effect of water pollution on., Toxicity testing., Fishes -- Tables., Water Pollutants -- toxicity -- Tables., Water Pollutants, Chemical -- Ta
Other titlesToxicity of 3,400 chemicals to fish.
Statementby E.M. Wood. 2. The toxicity of 1,085 chemicals to fish / by E.H. Hollis & R.E. Lennon.
GenreTables.
ContributionsHollis, E. H., Lennon, R. E., United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Toxic Substances.
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LC ClassificationsSH174 .W66 1987, SH174 .W66 1987
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Hollis & R.E. Lennon. 1 Whole Effluent Toxicity Testing Regulatory Guidance Introduction Whole effluent toxicity (WET) is the toxicity of an effluent sample measured directly with a toxicity test in order to assess the total toxic effect of all pollutants. WET testing is necessary because theFile Size: 1MB.

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The Toxicity of Chemicals to Fish. Washington, DC: EPA/Office of Toxic Substances (OTS). Presents results of an investigation undertaken to locate chemicals which would cause acute toxicity to fish at extremely low concentrations.

These findings are intended to allow prioritization of testing/research needs in the area. U.S. EPA Office of Author: Samantha J. Jones. The toxicity of 3, chemicals to fish. Fish Toxicity Report No. 1, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior, Leetown, West Virginia, p.

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Fish toxicity. Acute toxicity tests provide a measure of toxicity for a target species under specific environmental situations and could suggest a rapid and severe effect of contaminants.

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