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Perchlorate ecotoxicology

Perchlorate ecotoxicology

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Published by SETAC Press in Pensacola, FL .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Perchlorates -- Environmental aspects,
  • Perchlorates -- Toxicology,
  • Water -- Purification -- Perchlorate removal

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Ronald J. Kendall, Philip N. Smith.
    ContributionsKendall, Ronald J., Smith, Philip N., 1965-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD427.P33 P456 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 269 p. :
    Number of Pages269
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17942232M
    ISBN 101880611902
    ISBN 109781880611906
    LC Control Number2006051194

    The 96 h LC50 of perchlorate and arsenate anions with or without pre-exposure to perchlorate (37 dpf) are listed in Table shown in Table 1, arsenate was much more toxic than for 24 h, there is significant difference between LC50 for arsenate with and without pre-exposure to by: The science of ecotoxicology and the practice of ecological risk assessment are evolving rapidly. Ecotoxicology as a subject area came into prominence in the s after the publication of Rachel Carson's book on the impact of pesticides on the environment. The .

    Perchlorate” chapter in the Perchlorate Ecotoxicology1 book that is currently in the review process. Chapters III and IV include data gathered to address the overall objectives of the dissertation. The data are split into sample types that are ecologically relevant (Chapter III) and samples that are more human health oriented (Chapter IV).   A comprehensive reference on state-of-the-art risk assessment methodologies for drinking water Risk Assessment for Chemicals in Drinking Water discusses the major steps and goals in risk assessments and suggests ways to improve the methodologies and accuracy, while consolidating up-to-date information on the current principles and practices in one authoritative .

    Energetic materials comprise both explosives and propellants. When released to the biosphere, energetics are xenobiotic contaminants which pose toxic hazards to ecosystems, humans, and other biota. Soils worldwide are contaminated by energetic materials from manufacturing operations; military conflict; military training activities at firing and impact ranges; and open Cited by: Perchlorate von Baohua Gu, John D. Coates (ISBN ) bestellen. Schnelle Lieferung, auch auf Rechnung - Edition: Softcover Reprint of Hardcover 1st Ed.


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This comprehensive book published by SETAC is based on the results of a multidisciplinary ecotoxicology research program sponsored by SERDP and others.

It includes introductions and evaluations of the current state of the science and studies on. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages: illustrations, map ; 24 cm: Responsibility: edited by Ronald J.

Kendall, Philip. Ecotoxicology. SERDP has funded numerous laboratory and field studies on the effect of perchlorate on amphibians, fish, invertebrates, birds, and small mammals in support of the EPA’s ecological risk assessment.

Results from these and other ecological studies have been summarized in the book Perchlorate Ecotoxicology. Alternatives. Perchlorate Ecotoxicology. Book January Perchlorate ecotoxicology book is a ubiquitous environmental contaminant that has widespread endocrine disrupting effects in.

Perchlorate ecotoxicology Perchlorate ecotoxicology Kendall, Ronald J; Smith, Phillip N; Suter, Glenn Just more than a decade ago, perchlorate became a major environmental issue because 1) it was found at relatively high concentrations in water at several locations, and 2) it was known to be a powerful endocrine disruptor.

Book Reviews. Perchlorate ecotoxicology. Ronald J Kendall. Search for more papers by this author. Phillip N Smith. Search for more papers by this author. Glenn Suter. SETAC Reviews Editor. Search for more papers by this author.

Ronald Perchlorate ecotoxicology book Kendall. Search for. Susarla, S., Bacchus, S.T., Wolfe, N.L., McCutcheon, S.C. Phytotransformation of perchlorate and identification of metabolic products in Myriophyllum Cited by: 6. Perchlorate anion is a widespread, environmentally persistent contaminant recently discovered in U.S.

groundwater and drinking water supplies that affect tens of millions of people. This book will summarize the most current knowledge and understandings of the extent of perchlorate contamination, chemical behavior, and recent development in.

Perchlorate is a widespread, environmentally persistent contaminant recently discovered in U.S. groundwater and drinking water supplies. This book summarizes the most current knowledge and understandings of the extent and potential sources of perchlorate contamination, its behavior, exposure pathways in the environment, toxicology and risk Reviews: 1.

"A lot of perchlorate research has been done at Texas Tech during the last 15 years, and a lot of it has looked at the fate and effects of perchlorate," Anderson said.

Provides a detailed description of perchlorate chemistry and recent advances in innovative remediation technologies for perchlorate contamination and their pros and consAdditionally, the first book to describe the natural occurrence of perchlorate and its unique isotopic signatures for Price: $ Provides a detailed description of perchlorate chemistry and recent advances in innovative remediation technologies for perchlorate contamination and their pros and cons Additionally, the first book to describe the natural occurrence of perchlorate and its unique isotopic signatures for environmental forensics and its detection in the environment, particularly the real-time analysis Book Edition: The ecotoxicology of perchlorate in the environment Perchlorate toxicity and risk assessment -- 9.

Using biomonitoring to assess human exposure to perchlorate -- Dr. Ron Kendall. Personal Webpage. Email. Professor, Received the President’s Book Award, “Advances in Biological and Chemical Terrorism Countermeasures”, Texas Tech University, Perchlorate Ecotoxicology.

Society of Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry (SETAC) Press, pp. Future issues perchlorate poses for colonizing Mars 3 Juneby John Davis Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech There's a problem on the surface of Mars, and its.

Exploring roles critical to environmental toxicology, Modeling and Simulation in Ecotoxicology with Applications in MATLAB® and Simulink® covers the steps in modeling and simulation from problem conception to validation and simulation analysis. Using the MATLAB and Simulink programming languages, the book presents examples of mathematical functions and.

The ECOTOXicology knowledgebase (ECOTOX) is a comprehensive, publicly available knowledgebase providing single chemical environmental toxicity data on aquatic life, terrestrial plants and wildlife.

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Kendall, director of The Institute of Environmental and Human Health, and Smith, an associate professor at the institute, used their ecotoxicology research of the Longhorn Army Ammunition Plant Superfund site, adjacent to Caddo Lake in East Texas, to.

Received the President’s Book Award, “Advances in Biological and Chemical Terrorism Countermeasures”, Texas Tech University, Received the Texas Environmental Excellence Award, Education category, as Director of The Institute of Environmental and Human Health, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and Governor Rick Perry, The Ecotoxicology of Perchlorate in the Environment Philip N Smith Introduction The goal of this book is to provide the current state of science and technology with respect to the occurrences and potential sources of perchlorate contamination, its behavior, exposure pathways, and.

PREFACE. Perchlorate (ClO 4-) has been detected recently in groundwater, surface water, and soils and, more ominously, in plants, food products and human breast milk in many areas of the United States and the e of its potential health affect on thyroid function by interfering with iodide uptake, the widespread occurrence of perchlorate in the environment has .Perchlorate is a contaminant whose presence in the environment and origin is of considerable environmental interest.

Perchlorate is an emerging chemical of concern due to its presence in many drinking-water aquifers throughout the United States and its potentially deleterious toxicological properties.This work analyzes the degradation of toxic perchlorate from wastewater and its conversion to non-toxic chloride ion through nano-scale zero valent iron (nZVI) coating.

To prevent its agglomeration and to provide the required stabilization and more removal efficiency, it was coated with various coating agents which are co-friendly (green agents) and : Azam Ghavi, Ali Reza Zarei.