1 edition of PCBs in selected finfish caught within New Jersey waters, 1981-1982 found in the catalog.
PCBs in selected finfish caught within New Jersey waters, 1981-1982
by Office of Science and Research, NJ Dept. of Environmental Protection in [Trenton, N.J.]
Written in English
|Other titles||P.C.B.s in selected finfish caught within New Jersey waters, 1981-1982., PCBs in selected finfish, with limited chlordane data, 1981-1982., P.C.B.s in selected finfish, with limited chlordane data, 1981-1982.|
|Statement||by Thomas J. Belton ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||golton, Thomas J., New Jersey. Dept. of Environmental Protection. Office of Science and Research.|
|LC Classifications||SH177.P65 P43 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||84620609|
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PCBs in Selected Finfish Caught Within New Jersey Waters (With Limited Chlordane Data) by Thomas J. PCBs in selected finfish caught within New Jersey waters Belton, M.A. Bruce E. Ruppel Office of Science and Research New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Keith Lockwood Mark Boriek Division of Fish, Game and Wildlife July l, Thomas H.
Kean Governor. P.C.B.s in selected finfish caught within New Jersey waters, PCBs in selected finfish, with limited chlordane data, P.C.B.s in selected finfish, with limited chlordane data, Responsibility: by Thomas J.
Belton [and others]. PCBs in selected finfish caught within New Jersey waters – (with limited chlordane data). New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Technical Report, Trenton, New Jersey. Cantlon, J. Cited by: 7. PCBs in Selected Finfish Caught within NJ Waters, with Limited Chlordane Data () () PCBs in Fish: A Comprehensive Survey () Eight Characterizing Trends in Barnegat Bay Watershed, Ocean Co., NJ.
Abstract. Analysis of PCB, DDT, and chlordane contamination in selected finfish and shellfish species from estuarine and coastal marine waters of New Jersey (U.S.A.) indicates consistently highest organochlorine contaminant levels in samples from the north and northeast regions of the state in proximity to industrialized by: 8.
PCBs in selected finfish caught within New Jersey waters (with limited chlordane data). New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Office of Science and Research. Trenton, NJ.
T. Belton, B. Ruppel, K. Lockwood, M. BoriekPCB in selected finfish caught within New Jersey waters – Results showed that concentrations of PCB congeners ranged up to 20 ng/g, that total PCB concentrations by homolog groups varied from to ng/g, and that total PCB.
Thomas Belton currently works at the Patrick Center for Environmental Research, Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University. Thomas does research in Ecology, Limnology and Marine Biology. His. Post navigation ← Previous Next → Marketing of Aquacultured Seabass and Seabream from the Mediterranean Basin.
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Contaminants of concern: A) polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), B) dioxins and furans, E) dieldrin. Trenton, New Jersey: NJ Department of Environmental Protection, Ofﬁce of Cancer and Toxic Substance Research; Belton TJ, Ruppel BE, Lockwood K, Boried M.
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