Time-varying effects of aromatic oil constituents on the survival of aquatic species: Deviations between model estimates and observations.

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There is a need to study the time course of toxic chemical effects on organisms because there might be a time lag between the onset of chemical exposure and the corresponding adverse effects. For aquatic organisms, crude oil and oil constituents originating from either natural seeps or human activities can be relevant case studies. In the present study the… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/etc.3508

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@article{Hoop2017TimevaryingEO, title={Time-varying effects of aromatic oil constituents on the survival of aquatic species: Deviations between model estimates and observations.}, author={Lisette de Hoop and Karel P J Viaene and Aafke M. Schipper and Mark A. J. Huijbregts and Frederik De Laender and Albert Hendriks}, journal={Environmental toxicology and chemistry}, year={2017}, volume={36 1}, pages={128-136} }