Survival, sublethal responses, and tissue residues of Atlantic salmon exposed to acidic pH and aluminum

@article{Buckler1995SurvivalSR,
  title={Survival, sublethal responses, and tissue residues of Atlantic salmon exposed to acidic pH and aluminum},
  author={D. Buckler and L. Cleveland and E. Little and W. Brumbaugh},
  journal={Aquatic Toxicology},
  year={1995},
  volume={31},
  pages={203-216}
}
Abstract Early life stages of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) were continuously exposed to pHs ranging from 4.5 to 7.2 in one study, and to Al concentrations ranging from 33 to 264 μg/l at pH 5.5 in a second study. The tests were begun with eyed eggs and conducted until 60 d post-hatch. The exposure water contained about 3.0 mg/l calcium and was representative of acid-sensitive surface waters with low acid-neutralizing capacity. Hatching success, mortality, growth, behavior, and tissue residues… Expand
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