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Toxicity data for modeling impacts of oil components in an Arctic ecosystem
Olsen, G.H.; Klok, C.; Hendriks, A.J.; Geraudie, P.; De Hoop, L.; De Laender, F.; Farmen, E.; Grosvik, B.E.; Hansen, B.H.; Hjorth, M.; Jansen, C.R.; Nordtug, T.; Ravagnan, E.; Viaene, K.; Carroll, J. (2013). Toxicity data for modeling impacts of oil components in an Arctic ecosystem. Mar. Environ. Res. 90: 9-17. dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.marenvres.2013.05.007
In: Marine Environmental Research. Applied Science Publishers: Barking. ISSN 0141-1136, more
Peer reviewed article  

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    VLIZ: Open Repository 279249 [ OMA ]

Keyword
    Marine
Author keywords
    Barents Sea; Ecotoxicology; Model-ecosystem; Ecosystem management;Impact analysis; Petroleum hydrocarbons; Fisheries

Authors  Top 
  • Olsen, G.H.
  • Klok, C.
  • Hendriks, A.J.
  • Geraudie, P.
  • De Hoop, L.
  • De Laender, F., more
  • Farmen, E.
  • Grosvik, B.E.
  • Hansen, B.H.
  • Hjorth, M.
  • Jansen, C.R., more
  • Nordtug, T.
  • Ravagnan, E.
  • Viaene, K., more
  • Carroll, J.

Abstract
    Ecological impact assessment modeling systems are valuable support tools for managing impacts from commercial activities on marine habitats and species. The inclusion of toxic effects modeling in these systems is predicated on the availability and quality of ecotoxicology data. Here we report on a data gathering exercise to obtain toxic effects data on oil compounds for a selection of cold-water marine species of fish and plankton associated with the Barents Sea ecosystem. Effects data were collated from historical and contemporary literature resources for the endpoints mortality, development, growth, bioaccumulation and reproduction. Evaluating the utility and applicability of these data for modeling, we find that data coverage is limited to a sub-set of the required endpoints. There is a need for new experimental studies for zooplankton focused on the endpoints development and bioaccumulation and for larvae and juvenile fish focused on growth and development.

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