Contaminant exposure in terrestrial vertebrates.

@article{Smith2007ContaminantEI,
  title={Contaminant exposure in terrestrial vertebrates.},
  author={Philip N. Smith and George P. Cobb and C{\'e}line A J Godard-Codding and Dale J Hoff and Scott T. McMurry and Thomas R. Rainwater and Kevin D Reynolds},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  year={2007},
  volume={150 1},
  pages={41-64}
}
Here we review mechanisms and factors influencing contaminant exposure among terrestrial vertebrate wildlife. There exists a complex mixture of biotic and abiotic factors that dictate potential for contaminant exposure among terrestrial and semi-terrestrial vertebrates. Chemical fate and transport in the environment determine contaminant bioaccessibility. Species-specific natural history characteristics and behavioral traits then play significant roles in the likelihood that exposure pathways… CONTINUE READING

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