L S Corrill

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The impact of industrial progress on the concentrations of metals in seawater, marine biota, and marine sediments is most graphic when tragedies such as occurred in Minamata, Japan, are brought to light. Apparent dangers, unfortunately, are not confined to inshore fishing areas. In May 1971, a study conducted by the U. S. Food and Drug Administration(More)
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