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Although San Francisco Bay has a “Golden Gate”, it may be argued that it is the “Silver Estuary”. For at one time the Bay was reported to have the highest levels of silver in its sediments and biota, along with the only accurately measured values of silver in solution, of any estuarine system. Since then others have argued that silver contamination is higher elsewhere (e.g., New York Bight, Florida Bay, Galveston Bay) in a peculiar form of pollution machismo, while silver contamination has measurably declined in sediments, biota, and surface waters of the Bay over the past two to three decades. Documentation of those systemic temporal declines has been possible because of long-term, ongoing monitoring programs,...
2,3,7,8 Tetrachlorodibenzodioxin in fish from the Pigeon River of eastern Tennessee, USA: Its toxicity and mutagenicity as revealed by the Ames Salmonella assay.
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Chironomid larval deformity frequencies, mortality, and diversity in heavy-metal contaminated sediments of Canadian riverine wetland
Dispersion and toxicity of metals from abandoned gold mine tailings at Goldenville, Nova Scotia, Canada
Post-remediation monitoring for soil, sediment and water contamination by lead from a controlled Superfund site in Mississippi
Contaminant exposure and effects - terrestrial vertebrates database: trends and data gaps for Atlantic coast estuaries
Response of four turfgrass cultivars to limestone and biosolids-compost amendment of a zinc and cadmium contaminated soil at Palmerton, Pennsylvania
Cholinesterase activities in developing amphibian embryos following exposure to the insecticides dieldrin and malathion.