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Marine Pollution Research Titles
Vol. 37 No. 8 August 2010

Marine Pollution Research Titles
CONTENTS

General

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Petroleum Hydrocarbons

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Metals

15

Radioactivity

20

Other Chemicals

21

Biological Wastes

30

Heat

32

Solids

33

Physical Disturbance

35

Non-indigenous Species

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Marine Pollution Research Titles
This current awareness publication includes references to the approximately 2,500 papers on marine and estuarine pollution indexed each year. It is divided into the following sections:
Section 1 : General
General discussions on marine and estuarine pollution ; remote sensing, pollution indicators, and monitoring systems; mathematical models, experimental methods and equipment and general chemical analysis. Aspects relating to a particular group of pollutants are included under that section, and if necessary the item is repeated in several sections.
Section 2 : Petroleum Hydrocarbons
Includes the detection, analysis and levels in the marine and estuarine environment; effects; oil characteristics; oil removal, including the use of dispersants, biodegradation etc.
Section 3 : Metals
Includes the detection, analysis, modelling, levels, effects and removal, etc.
Section 4 : Radioactivity
Includes the detection, analysis, modelling, levels, effects and removal, etc.
Section 5 : Other Chemicals
Includes the detection, analysis, modelling, levels, effects and removal, etc. Pollutants include pesticides, PCBs, halogenated hydrocarbons, phthalates etc.
Section 6 : Biological Wastes
Includes the detection, analysis, modelling, levels, effects and removal, etc. Pollutants include sewage, pulp and paper, and food processing
Section 7 : Heat
Includes the detection, analysis, modelling, and effects etc.
Section 8 : Solids
Includes the detection, analysis, modelling, and effects etc. Pollutants include dredging wastes, plastics, china clay, mining effluents etc.
Section 9 : Physical Disturbance
Includes the detection, analysis, modelling, effects and recovery, etc
Section 10: Non-indigenous Species
Includes records, environmental impact etc.
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Section 1: General
(2313) ABBIATI, M., (ET AL). Trade-off between conservation and exploitation of the transitional water ecosystems of the northern Adriatic Sea. Chemistry and Ecology, 26, Supplement, 105-119, 2010. [Water Framework Directive; anthropogenic impact]
(2314) ADAMS, M.S.; STAUBER, J.L. Marine whole sediment toxicity tests for use in temperate and tropical Australian environments: current status. Australasian Journal of Ecotoxicology, 14(2/3), 155-167, 2008. [Review]
(2315) ANDERSEN, J.H.; MURRAY, C.; KAARTOKALLIO, H.; AXE, P.; MOLVAER, J. A simple method for confidence rating of eutrophication status classifications. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 60(6), 919-924, 2010. [Water Framework Directive]
(2316) ARHONDITSIS, G.B. Useless arithmetic? Lessons learnt from aquatic biogeochemical modelling. In: Hanrahan, G., (editor). Modelling of pollutants in complex environmental systems. Volume 1. p.3-26. ILM Publications, 2009. (Advanced Topics in Environmental Science)
(2317) ASHTON, G.V.; BURROWS, M.T.; WILLIS, K.J.; COOK, E.J. Seasonal population dynamics of the non-native Caprella mutica (Crustacea, Amphipoda) on the west coast of Scotland. Marine and Freshwater Research, 61(5), 549-559, 2010. [Dunstaffnage, Lynne of Lorne; fish farm; marina]
(2318) ASTEL, A. Multivariate statistical modelling of water- and soil-related environmental compartments. In: Hanrahan, G., (editor). Modelling of pollutants in complex environmental systems. Volume II. p.153-214. ILM Publications, 2010. (Advanced Topics in Environmental Science)
(2319) BABU, K.; OMANA, P.K.; MOHAN, M. Water and sediment quality of Ashtamudi estuary, a Ramsar site, southwest coast of India - a statistical appraisal. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 165(1-4), 307-319, 2010.
(2320) BACKER, H., (ET AL). HELCOM Baltic Sea Action Plan - a regional programme of measures for the marine environment based on the Ecosystem Approach. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 60(5), 642649, 2010.
(2321) BAHARTAN, K.; ZIBDAH, M.; AHMED, Y.; ISRAEL, A.; BRICKNER, I.; ABELSON, A. Macroalgae in the coral reefs of Eilat (Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea) as a possible indicator of reef degradation. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 60(5), 759-764, 2010.
(2322) BALSAMO, M., (ET AL). Meiofauna of the Adriatic Sea: present knowledge and future perspectives. Chemistry and Ecology, 26, Supplement, 45-63, 2010. [Bioindicators]
(2323) BAT, L.; GOKKURT, O.; SEZGIN, M.; USTUN, F.; SAHIN, F. Evaluation of the Black Sea land based sources of pollution the coastal region of Turkey. Open Marine Biology Journal, 3, 112124, 2009. [BOD; COD; nutrients; surfactants; suspended solids; heavy metals]
(2324) BLABER, S.J.M.; CRAIG, J.F., (EDITORS). Conservation of fishes. Journal of Fish Biology, 76(9), 2003-2286, 2010.
(2325) BREINE, J.; QUATAERT, P.; STEVENS, M.; OLLEVIER, F.; VOLCKAERT, F.A.M.; VAN DEN BERGH, E.; MAES, J. A zone-specific fish-based biotic index as a management tool for the Zeeschelde estuary (Belgium). Marine Pollution Bulletin, 60(7), 1099-1112, 2010. [Water Framework Directive]
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(2326) CAKAL ARSLAN, O.; PARLAK, H.; KATALAY, S.; BOYACIOGLU, M.; KARAASLAN, M.A.; GUNER, H. Detecting micronuclei frequency in some aquatic organisms for monitoring pollution of Izmir Bay (Western Turkey). Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 165(1-4), 55-66, 2010.
(2327) CALVO, S., (ET AL). Seagrasses along the Sicilian coasts. Chemistry and Ecology, 26, Supplement, 249-266, 2010. [Review]
(2328) CARICATO, R.; LIONETTO, M.G.; SCHETTINO, T. Seasonal variation of biomarkers in Mytilus galloprovincialis sampled inside and outside Mar Piccolo of Taranto (Italy). Chemistry and Ecology, 26, Supplement, 143-153, 2010. [Neutral Red retention; catalase; AChE; metallothioneins]
(2329) CARVALHO, P.V.V.C.; SANTOS, P.J.P.; BOTTER-CARVALHO, M.L. Assessing the severity of disturbance for intertidal and subtidal macrobenthos: the phylum-level meta-analysis approach in tropical estuarine sites of northeastern Brazil. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 60(6), 873-887, 2010.
(2330) CATTANEO VIETTI, R., (ET AL). The Ligurian Sea: present status, problems and perspectives. Chemistry and Ecology, 26, Supplement, 319-340, 2010. [Review]
(2331) CHONG, V.C.; LEE, P.K.Y.; LAU, C.M. Diversity, extinction risk and conservation of Malaysian fishes. Journal of Fish Biology, 76(9), 2009-2066, 2010. [Sedimentation; habitat loss; habitat modification]
(2332) COLEMAN, H.M.; KANAT, G.; AYDINOL TURKDOGAN, F. Restoration of the Golden Horn Estuary (Halic). Water Research, 43(20), 4989-5003, 2009. [Review] (2333) COSTANTINO, G., (ET AL). Distribution and bio-ecological features of Posidonia oceanica meadows along the coasts of the southern Adriatic and northern Ionian Seas. Chemistry and Ecology, 26, Supplement, 91-104, 2010. [Health status; anthropogenic effects]
(2334) DABROWSKI, T.; HARTNETT, M.; OLBERT, A.I. Influence of seasonal circulation on flushing of the Irish Sea. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 60(5), 748-758, 2010. [St. George's Channel; North Channel; Bristol Channel; Celtic Sea; residence time; flushing]
(2335) DALYANDER, P.S.; CERCO, C.F. Integration of a fish bioenergetics model into a spatially explicit water quality model: application to menhaden in Chesapeake Bay. Ecological Modelling, 221(16), 1922-1933, 2010. [Eutrophication; water quality improvement]
(2336) DAUVIN, J.-C.; BELLAN, G.; BELLAN-SANTINI, D. Benthic indicators: from subjectivity to objectivity - where is the line? Marine Pollution Bulletin, 60(7), 947-953, 2010.
(2337) DELPECH, C.; COURRAT, A.; PASQUAUD, S.; LOBRY, J.; LE PAPE, O.; NICOLAS, D.; BOET, P.; GIRARDIN, M.; LEPAGE, M. Development of a fish-based index to assess the ecological quality of transitional waters: the case of French estuaries. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 60(6), 908-918, 2010. [Including Mont St Michel Bay; Bay of Veys; Seine; Authie]
(2338) DEMARTINI, E.E.; ANDERSON, T.W.; KENYON, J.C.; BEETS, J.P.; FRIEDLANDER, A.M. Management implications of juvenile reef fish habitat preferences and coral susceptibility to stressors. Marine and Freshwater Research, 61(5), 532-540, 2010. [Sedimentation; global warming; temperature stress]
(2339) DONEY, S.C. The growing human footprint on coastal and open-ocean biogeochemistry. Science, 328(5985), 1512-1516, 2010. [Review; CO2; ocean acidification; industrial pollutants; climate change; hypoxia]
(2340) DONG, Z.; LIU, D.; KEESING, J.K. Jellyfish blooms in China: dominant species, causes and consequences. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 60(7), 954-963, 2010. [Eutrophication; climate change; habitat modification; overfishing; nutrients]
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(2341) ELOFSSON, K. The costs of meeting the environmental objectives for the Baltic Sea: a review of the literature. Ambio, 39(1), 49-58, 2010.
(2342) FALACE, A.; ALONGI, G.; CORMACI, M.; FURNARI, G.; CURIEL, D.; CECERE, E.; PETROCELLI, A. Changes in the benthic algae along the Adriatic Sea in the last three decades. Chemistry and Ecology, 26, Supplement, 77-90, 2010.
(2343) FERENTINOS, G.; PAPATHEODOROU, G.; GERAGA, M.; IATROU, M.; FAKIRIS, E.; CHRISTODOULOU, D.; DIMITRIOU, E.; KOUTSIKOPOULOS, C. Fjord water circulation patterns and dysoxic/anoxic conditions in a Mediterranean semi-enclosed embayment in the Amvrakikos Gulf, Greece. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 88(4), 473-481, 2010. [Anoxia; fish mortality; eutrophication]
(2344) FOURQUREAN, J.W.; MUTH, M.F.; BOYER, J.N. Epiphyte loads on seagrasses and microphytobenthos abundance are not reliable indicators of nutrient availability in oligotrophic coastal ecosystems. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 60(7), 971-983, 2010. [Nutrient loading; eutrophication; water quality]
(2345) GIACCONE, G.; ALONGI, G.; CATRA, M.; CORMACI, M.; FURNARI, G.; GIACCONE, T.; SERIO, D. Macrophytobenthos and the ecological status of coastal waters around Sicily. Chemistry and Ecology, 26, Supplement, 241-248, 2010. [Water quality]
(2346) GIOVANNETTI, E.; MONTEFALCONE, M.; MORRI, C.; BIANCHI, C.N.; ALBERTELLI, G. Early warning response of Posidonia oceanica epiphyte community to environmental alterations (Ligurian Sea, NW Mediterranean). Marine Pollution Bulletin, 60(7), 1031-1039, 2010. [Nutrients; health status; urbanised areas compared with MPAs]
(2347) GOVERNMENT OF KENYA. State of the coast report: towards integrated management of coastal and marine resources in Kenya. 88p. Nairobi, Kenya: National Environment Management Authority (NEMA), 2009.
(2348) HERZFELD, M.; ANDREWARTHA, J.; SAKOV, P. Modelling the physical oceanography of the D'Entrecasteaux Channel and the Huon Estuary, south-eastern Tasmania. Marine and Freshwater Research, 61(5), 568-586, 2010. [Flushing time; circulation]
(2349) HOEGH-GULDBERG, O.; BRUNO, J.F. The impact of climate change on the world's marine ecosystems. Science, 328(5985), 1523-1528, 2010. [Review]
(2350) HONG, B.; PANDAY, N.; SHEN, J.; WANG, H.V.; GONG, W.; SOEHL, A. Modeling water exchange between Baltimore Harbor and Chesapeake Bay using artificial tracers; seasonal variations. Marine Environmental Research, 70(1), 102-119, 2010. [Contaminant transport]
(2351) HONG, S.-K.; KOH, C.-H.; HARRIS, R.R.; KIM, J.-E.; LEE, J.-S.; IHM, B.-S. Land use in Korean tidal wetlands: impacts and management strategies. Environmental Management, 45(5), 1014-1026, 2010.
(2352) HOUK, P.; CAMACHO, R. Dynamics of seagrass and macroalgal assemblages in Saipan Lagoon, eastern Pacific Ocean: disturbances, pollution, and seasonal cycles. Botanica Marina, 53(3), 205-212, 2010.
(2353) HUNT, C.D.; MANSFIELD, A.D.; MICKELSON, M.J.; ALBRO, C.S.; GEYER, W.R.; ROBERTS, P.J.W. Plume tracking and dilution of effluent from the Boston sewage outfall. Marine Environmental Research, 70(2), 150-161, 2010.
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(2354) IRENE, P.; PAOLO, V.; DONATELLA, V.; ALBERTO, M.J.; MAURO, F.; GIOVANNI, Z. Mapping the environmental risk of a tourist harbor in order to foster environmental security: objective vs. subjective assessments. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 60(7), 1051-1058, 2010.
(2355) JACK, J.P.; AL-GHAWEEL, I.; NAAS, A.A. Environmental impact assessment of lesserknown creek in Benghazi. Journal of the Black Sea/Mediterranean Environment, 16(1), 25-31, 2010.
(2356) JACOBS, S.; BEAUCHARD, O.; STRUYF, E.; COX, T.; MARIS, T.; MEIRE, P. Restoration of tidal freshwater vegetation using controlled reduced tide (CRT) along the Schelde Estuary (Belgium). Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 85(3), 368-376, 2009.
(2357) JONES-LEE, A.; LEE, G.F. Modelling water quality impacts of stormwater runoff: why hydrologic models are insufficient. In: Hanrahan, G., (editor). Modelling of pollutants in complex environmental systems. Volume 1. p.83-95. ILM Publications, 2009. (Advanced Topics in Environmental Science) [Including example for Cu]
(2358) KATSANEVAKIS, S.; THESSALOU-LEGAKI, M. Spatial distribution, abundance and habitat use of the protected fan mussel Pinna nobilis in Souda Bay, Crete. Aquatic Biology, 8(1), 45-54, 2009. [Caulerpa racemosa; invasive species]
(2359) LANDING, W.M.; PAYTAN, A., (EDITORS). Special Issue. Aerosol chemistry and impacts on the ocean. Marine Chemistry, 120(1-4), 1-194, 2010.
(2360) LATASA, M.; SCHAREK, R.; VIDAL, M.; VILA-REIXACH, G.; GUTIERREZ-RODRIGUEZ, A.; EMELIANOV, M.; GASOL, J.M. Preferences of phytoplankton groups for waters of different trophic status in the northwestern Mediterranean Sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 407, 27-42, 2010.
(2361) LI, W.-T.; KIM, J.-H.; PARK, J.-I.; LEE, K.-S. Assessing establishment success of Zostera marina transplants through measurements of shoot morphology and growth. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 88(3), 377-384, 2010. [Restoration]
(2362) LIU, Y. A Bayesian-Based Inverse Method (BBIM) for parameter and load estimation in river water quality modelling under uncertainty. In: Hanrahan, G., (editor). Modelling of pollutants in complex environmental systems. Volume II. p.243-259. ILM Publications, 2010. (Advanced Topics in Environmental Science) [Nutrients; BOD]
(2363) LOHRER, A.M.; HALLIDAY, N.J.; THRUSH, S.F.; HEWITT, J.E.; RODIL, I.F. Ecosystem functioning in a disturbance-recovery context: contribution of macrofauna to primary production and nutrient release on intertidal sandflats. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 390(1), 6-13, 2010. [Defaunation; smothering]
(2364) LOTZE, H.K. Historical reconstruction of human-induced changes in U.S. estuaries. Oceanography and Marine Biology. An Annual Review, 48, 267-338, 2010. [Habitat alteration; water quality]
(2365) LUBCHENCO, J.; SUTLEY, N. Proposed U.S. policy for ocean, coast, and Great Lakes stewardship. Science, 328(5985), 1485-1486, 2010.
(2366) MARK GAUCI, G. The U.K. Marine and Coastal Access Bill - a missed opportunity to enhance protection from marine environmental pollution? Marine Policy, 34(3), 498-505, 2010.
(2367) MARTINETTO, P., (ET AL). High abundance and diversity of consumers associated with eutrophic areas in a semi-desert macrotidal coastal ecosystem in Patagonia, Argentina. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 88(3), 357-364, 2010. [Eutrophication; nutrients; positive impact]
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(2368) MAY, R.J.; MAIER, H.R.; DANDY, G.C. Developing artificial neural networks for water quality modelling and analysis. In: Hanrahan, G., (editor). Modelling of pollutants in complex environmental systems. Volume 1. p.27-62. ILM Publications, 2009. (Advanced Topics in Environmental Science)
(2369) MAZZOLA, A., (ET AL). Sicilian transitional waters: current status and future development. Chemistry and Ecology, 26, Supplement, 267-283, 2010. [Review; anthropogenic pressure]
(2370) MELEDER, V.; POPULUS, J.; GUILLAUMONT, B.; PERROT, T.; MOUQUET, P. Predictive modelling of seabed habitats: case study of subtidal kelp forests on the coast of Brittany, France. Marine Biology, 157(7), 1525-1541, 2010. [Water transparency; temperature; climate change; French Channel coast to Gironde estuary]
(2371) MESTRES, M.; SIERRA, J.P.; MASSO, C.A.; SANCHEZ-ARCILLA, A. Modelling the sensitivity to various factors of shipborne pollutant discharges. Environmental Modelling and Software, 25(3), 333-343, 2010. [Dispersion of ballast water]
(2372) MESTRES, M.; SIERRA, J.P.; MOSSO, C.; SANCHEZ-ARCILLA, A. Sources of contamination and modelled pollutant trajectories in a Mediterranean harbour (Tarragona, Spain). Marine Pollution Bulletin, 60(6), 898-907, 2010. [Wastewater discharge; oil spill; coal dust dispersion]
(2373) MICHAEL, B.; SCHROEDER-HINRICHS, J.-U.; BENEDICT, K.; KIRCHHOFF, M.; GLUCH, M. Enhanced simulation technologies to support maritime operational risk management onboard ships. Journal of Marine Technology and Environment, 1(2010), 25-38, 2010.
(2374) MORRISEY, D.J.; SWALES, A.; DITTMANN, S.; MORRISON, M.A.; LOVELOCK, C.E.; BEARD, C.M. The ecology and management of temperate mangroves. Oceanography and Marine Biology. An Annual Review, 48, 43-160, 2010. [Including anthropogenic impact; sediment accumulation; climate change]
(2375) MUNARI, C.; MISTRI, M. Towards the application of the Water Framework Directive in Italy: assessing the potential of benthic tools in Adriatic coastal transitional ecosystems. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 60(7), 1040-1050, 2010. [AMBI; M-AMBI; BENTIX]
(2376) ORIBHABOR, B.J.; OGBEIBU, A.E. The ecological impact of anthropogenic activities on the predatory fish assemblage of a tidal creek in the Niger Delta, Nigeria. Research Journal of Environmental Sciences, 4(3), 271-279, 2010. [Vibrations; dumping; mangrove cutting; water quality]
(2377) PEREIRA DE CASTRO, A.; ARAUJO, S.D., JR.; REIS, A.M.M.; MOURA, R.L.; FRANCINIFILHO, R.B.; PAPPAS, G., JR.; RODRIGUES, T.B.; THOMPSON, F.L.; KRUGER, R.H. Bacterial community associated with healthy and diseased reef coral Mussismilia hispida from eastern Brazil. Microbial Ecology, 59(4), 658-667, 2010.
(2378) RANASINGHE, J.A.; SCHIFF, K.C.; MONTAGNE, D.E.; MIKEL, T.K.; CADIEN, D.B.; VELARDE, R.G.; BRANTLEY, C.A. Benthic macrofaunal community condition in the Southern California Bight, 1994-2003. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 60(6), 827-833, 2010.
(2379) RELINI, G.; TUNESI, L., (EDITORS). Protected species according to the SPA/BIO protocol (Barcelona Convention) present in Italy. Identification sheets. Biologia Marina Mediterranea, 16 (Suppl. 2), 433p, 2009. [Including sensitivity to anthropogenic stress]
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(2380) ROCHETTE, S.; RIVOT, E.; MORIN, J.; MACKINSON, S.; RIOU, P.; LE PAPE, O. Effect of nursery habitat degradation on flatfish population: application to Solea solea in the Eastern Channel (Western Europe). Journal of Sea Research, 64(1/2), 34-44, 2010. [Seine estuary; water quality; habitat loss]
(2381) RUDNEVA, I.I.; KUZMINOVA, N.S.; SKURATOVSKAYA, E.N.; OMELCHENKO, S.O.; ZALEVSKAYA, I.N. Application of fish biomarkers for risk evaluations of the marine environment under anthropogenic impact. [In Russian with English summary]. Rybnoe Khozyastvo, (1), 50-53, 2010.
(2382) SHAKHMATOVA, O.A.; MIL'CHAKOVA, N.A. Catalase activity of Black Sea kelp from genus Cystoseira C. Ag. under different ecological conditions. International Journal on Algae, 11(2), 151162, 2009.
(2383) SIMBOURA, N.; ARGYROU, M. An insight into the performance of benthic classification indices tested in Eastern Mediterranean coastal waters. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 60(5), 701-709, 2010. [BENTIX; AMBI; M-AMBI; MEDOCC]
(2384) SOLE, M.; ANTO, M.; BAENA, M.; CARRASSON, M.; CARTES, J.E.; MAYNOU, F. Hepatic biomarkers of xenobiotic metabolism in eighteen marine fish from NW Mediterranean shelf and slope waters in relation to some of their biological and ecological variables. Marine Environmental Research, 70(2), 181-188, 2010.
(2385) SONG, X.-L.; LU, X.-G. A review on the ecological restoration of degraded estuarine wetlands in China. [In Chinese with English summary]. Wetland Science, 7(4), 379-384, 2009.
(2386) SPAGNOLI, F., (ET AL). Biogeochemistry, grain size and mineralogy of the central and southern Adriatic Sea sediments: a review. Chemistry and Ecology, 26, Supplement, 19-44, 2010. [Cd; Cu; Cr; Fe; Mn; Ni; Pb; Zn; PAHs; PCBs; pesticides; HCH; lindane]
(2387) SPRINGER, Y.P.; HAYS, C.G.; CARR, M.H.; MACKEY, M.R. Toward ecosystem-based management of marine macroalgae - the bull kelp, Nereocystis luetkeana. Oceanography and Marine Biology. An Annual Review, 48, 1-42, 2010. [Including anthropogenic impact; power plants; sewage; sedimentation; toxicants; non-native species; physical damage]
(2388) SUNDERLAND, E.M.; KNIGHTES, C.D.; VON STACKELBERG, K.; STIBER, N.A. Environmental fate and bioaccumulation modelling at the US Environmental Protection Agency: applications to inform decision-making. In: Hanrahan, G., (editor). Modelling of pollutants in complex environmental systems. Volume II. p.3-42. ILM Publications, 2010. (Advanced Topics in Environmental Science)
(2389) TAKESUE, R.K.; BOTHNER, M.H.; REYNOLDS, R.L. Sources of land-derived runoff to a coral reef-fringed embayment identified using geochemical tracers in nearshore sediment traps. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 85(3), 459-471, 2009. [Contaminant transport]
(2390) VAN DAM, R.A.; HARFORD, A.J.; HOUSTON, M.A.; HOGAN, A.C.; NEGRI, A.P. Tropical marine toxicity testing in Australia: a review and recommendations. Australasian Journal of Ecotoxicology, 14(2/3), 55-88, 2008.
(2391) WAGNER, D.E.; KRAMER, P.; VAN WOESIK, R. Species composition, habitat, and water quality influence coral bleaching in southern Florida. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 408, 65-78, 2010. [Thermal stress; water quality; wastewater discharge; nutrients]
(2392) WHITFIELD, A.K.; COWLEY, P.D. The status of fish conservation in South African estuaries. Journal of Fish Biology, 76(9), 2067-2089, 2010. [Habitat degradation; environmental pollution; coastal development]
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