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Coastal and estuarine risk assessment
Newman, M.C.; Roberts Jr., M.H.; Hale, R.C.; Newman, M.C.; Roberts, M.H.; Hale, R.C. (2002). Coastal and estuarine risk assessment. Environmental and Ecological Risk Assessment Series. CRC Press: Boca Raton. ISBN 1-56670-556-8. 347 pp.
Part of: Newman, M.C. (Ed.) Environmental and Ecological Risk Assessment Series. Lewis Publishers: Boca Raton, more

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Keywords
    Coastal; Coastal waters; Environmental assessment; Environmental effects; Environmental factors; Estuaries; Estuarine organisms; Marine areas; Marine pollution; Toxicology; Water; Water pollution; Water quality; Marine

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  • Newman, M.C., editor
  • Roberts Jr., M.H., editor
  • Hale, R.C., editor
  • Newman, M.C.
  • Roberts, M.H.
  • Hale, R.C., editor

Content
  • Roberts Jr., M.H.; Newman, M.C.; Hale, R.C. (2002). Overview of ecological risk assessment in coastal and estuarine environments, in: Newman, M.C. et al. Coastal and estuarine risk assessment. Environmental and Ecological Risk Assessment Series, : pp. 1-13, more
  • Crane, M.; Sorokin, N.; Wheeler, J.; Grosso, A.; Whitehouse, P.; Morritt, D. (2002). European approaches to coastal and estuarine risk assessment, in: Newman, M.C. et al. Coastal and estuarine risk assessment. Environmental and Ecological Risk Assessment Series, : pp. 15-39, more
  • Hale, R.C.; La Guardia, M.J. (2002). Emerging contaminants of concern in coastal and estuarine environments, in: Newman, M.C. et al. Coastal and estuarine risk assessment. Environmental and Ecological Risk Assessment Series, : pp. 41-72, more
  • (2002). Enhancing belief during causality assessments: cognitive idols or Bayes's Theorem?, in: Newman, M.C. et al. Coastal and estuarine risk assessment. Environmental and Ecological Risk Assessment Series, : pp. 73-96, more
  • Lee, R.F. (2002). Bioavailability, biotransformation and fate of organic contaminants in estuarine animals, in: Newman, M.C. et al. Coastal and estuarine risk assessment. Environmental and Ecological Risk Assessment Series, : pp. 97-126, more
  • Mason, R.P. (2002). The bioaccumulation of mercury, methylmercury and other toxic elements into pelagic and benthic organisms, in: Newman, M.C. et al. Coastal and estuarine risk assessment. Environmental and Ecological Risk Assessment Series, : pp. 127-149, more
  • Schlekat, C.E.; Lee, B.-G.; Luoma, S.N. (2002). Dietary metals exposure and toxicity to aquatic organisms: implications for ecological risk assessment, in: Newman, M.C. et al. Coastal and estuarine risk assessment. Environmental and Ecological Risk Assessment Series, : pp. 151-188, more
  • Leung, K.M.Y.; Wheeler, J.R.; Morritt, D.; Crane, M. (2002). Endocrine disruption in fishes and invertebrates: issues for saltwater ecological risk assessment, in: Newman, M.C. et al. Coastal and estuarine risk assessment. Environmental and Ecological Risk Assessment Series, : pp. 189-215, more
  • Jones, P.D.; Kannan, K.; Blankenship, A.L.; Giesy, J.P. (2002). The use of toxicity reference values (TRVs) to assess the risks that persistent organochlorines pose to marine mammals, in: Newman, M.C. et al. Coastal and estuarine risk assessment. Environmental and Ecological Risk Assessment Series, : pp. 217-245, more
  • Nacci, D.E.; Gleason, T.R.; Gutjahr-Gobell, R.; Huber, M.; Munns Jr., W.R. (2002). Effects of chronic stress on wildlife populations: a population modeling approach and case study, in: Newman, M.C. et al. Coastal and estuarine risk assessment. Environmental and Ecological Risk Assessment Series, : pp. 247-272, more
  • Mackay, C.E.; Colton, J.A.; Bigham, G. (2002). Structuring population-based ecological risk assessments in a dynamic landscape, in: Newman, M.C. et al. Coastal and estuarine risk assessment. Environmental and Ecological Risk Assessment Series, : pp. 273-296, more
  • Ludwig, D.F.; Iannuzzi, T.J. (2002). Incremental chemical risks and damages in urban estuaries: spatial and historical ecosystem analysis, in: Newman, M.C. et al. Coastal and estuarine risk assessment. Environmental and Ecological Risk Assessment Series, : pp. 297-325, more
  • Newman, M.C.; Hale, R.C.; Roberts Jr., M.H. (2002). Ecological risk assessment in coastal and estuarine environments, in: Newman, M.C. et al. Coastal and estuarine risk assessment. Environmental and Ecological Risk Assessment Series, : pp. 327-336, more

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