Ryan C Templeton

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Single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNT) are finding increasing use in consumer electronics and structural composites. These nanomaterials and their manufacturing byproducts may eventually reach estuarine systems through wastewater discharge. The acute and chronic toxicity of SWNTs were evaluated using full life-cycle bioassays with the estuarine copepod(More)
Single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNT) have extremely high affinity for hydrophobic organic contaminants, considerably higher than natural or refractory (e.g., soot and detrital) carbon found in sediments. To evaluate the effect of sediment-associated SWNT on contaminant uptake from sediments by infaunal deposit feeders, we have conducted a comparative(More)
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