Occurrence of the marine antifouling agent Irgarol 1051 within the Plymouth Sound locality: implications for the green macroalga Enteromorpha intestinalis

@article{Scarlett1997OccurrenceOT,
  title={Occurrence of the marine antifouling agent Irgarol 1051 within the Plymouth Sound locality: implications for the green macroalga Enteromorpha intestinalis},
  author={A. Scarlett and M. Donkin and T. Fileman and P. Donkin},
  journal={Marine Pollution Bulletin},
  year={1997},
  volume={34},
  pages={645-651}
}
Abstract Water samples taken from the Plymouth Sound locality were analysed for the presence of the s-triazine herbicide Irgarol 1051, which is an ingredient of antifouling paints used on pleasure boats and ships. Irgarol 1051 was detected at all sampling sites within the Sound; the highest levels were found in close proximity to areas of high boat density, especially where water flow was restricted within marinas. Concentrations within the semi-enclosed Sutton Harbour were less than values… Expand
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