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Effects of pyrene on grazing and reproduction of Calanus finmarchicus and Calanus glacialis from Disko Bay, West Greenland.
The effects of pyrene on grazing and egg production of the ecologically important arctic copepods Calanus finmarchicus and Calanus glacialis were studied in the Disko Bay, Western Greenland. TheExpand
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Environmental fate of the antifouling compound zinc pyrithione in seawater.
To perform a thorough risk assessment of the new antifouling compound zinc pyrithione (ZnPT2), additional information regarding the fate of the compound is needed. The present study examined theExpand
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Combined nutrienttoxicant effects on a shallow-water marine sediment system: sensitivity and resilience of ecosystem functions
Effects of nutrient status and short-term, low-level exposure to the antifouling biocide copper pyrithione (CPT) on intact shallow-water sediment were studied in an outdoor experiment, focusing onExpand
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Indirect estimation of degradation time for zinc pyrithione and copper pyrithione in seawater.
The degradability of two antifouling biocides: zinc pyrithione (ZPT) and copper pyrithione (CPT) in seawater was examined. Reduction in toxicity due to degradation was monitored over two days using aExpand
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Lead isotopes in marine surface sediments reveal historical use of leaded fuel.
Analyses of lead (Pb) isotopes have been performed in terrestrial and fresh water environments to estimate historical uses of leaded fuel, but so far this method has not been employed in studies ofExpand
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Seasonal variations in the effect of zinc pyrithione and copper pyrithione on pelagic phytoplankton communities.
The relationship between environmental factors, community composition and the sensitivity of pelagic phytoplankton to the antifouling agents zinc pyrithione (ZPT) and copper pyrithione (CPT) wasExpand
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Towards a renewed research agenda in ecotoxicology.
New concerns about biodiversity, ecosystem services and human health triggered several new regulations increasing the need for sound ecotoxicological risk assessment. The PEER network aims to shareExpand
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Modeling the combined effect of nutrients and pyrene on the plankton population: Validation using mesocosm experiment data and scenario analysis
A new integrated model that includes a hydrodynamic model coupled with a contaminant fate and effect sub-model and an ecological sub-model is presented and validated using data from mesocosmExpand
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Optimising the determination of nitrate and phosphate in sea water with ion chromatography using experimental design
Abstract A fractional factorial experimental design involving six factors is used to optimise the determination of low concentrations of nitrate and phosphate in sea water with ion chromatography. ByExpand
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Evaluating the needs of risk assessment methods of potentially polluting shipwrecks.
Shipwrecks deteriorate and the probability of a release of oil increases with time on the sea floor. The potential leakage is a risk to the marine environment and may also have social and economicExpand
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