Historic trends of dechloranes 602, 603, 604, dechlorane plus and other norbornene derivatives and their bioaccumulation potential in lake ontario.

@article{Shen2011HistoricTO,
  title={Historic trends of dechloranes 602, 603, 604, dechlorane plus and other norbornene derivatives and their bioaccumulation potential in lake ontario.},
  author={Li Ming Shen and Eric J. Reiner and Paul A. Helm and Christopher H Marvin and Brad Hill and Xianming Zhang and Karen A Macpherson and Terry M. Kolic and Gregg T. Tomy and Ian D Brindle},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2011},
  volume={45 8},
  pages={3333-40}
}
Temporal trends and seasonal variation of Dechloranes (Dec) 602, 603, 604, and Chlordene Plus (CP) in Niagara River suspended sediment, a Lake Ontario sediment core, and Lake Ontario lake trout were investigated, with Mirex and Dechlorane Plus (DP) included for comparison. Temporal concentration trends were generally consistent in each of the media for all compounds with the lowest concentrations observed in or after the late 1990s. In Niagara River suspended sediments, all compounds showed… CONTINUE READING

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