Concentrations and characteristics of organochlorine pesticides in aquatic biota from Qiantang River in China.

@article{Zhou2008ConcentrationsAC,
  title={Concentrations and characteristics of organochlorine pesticides in aquatic biota from Qiantang River in China.},
  author={Rongbing Zhou and Li-zhong Zhu and Yuyun Chen and Qingxia Kong},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  year={2008},
  volume={151 1},
  pages={190-9}
}
The Qiantang River is a typical river flowing through an agricultural area in China. It was studied in 2006 for its aquatic biota quality by determining 13 organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) in the edible parts of crabs, clams, shrimp, fish, aquatic plants, as well as water and sediments collected from seven sites along its upper reaches all the way downstream. The levels of all insecticides were in the range of 17+/-13 (water plants), 35+/-36 (shrimp), 32+/-14 (crabs), 39+/-21 (clams), 47+/-35… CONTINUE READING

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