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by C.H. Walker,R.M. Sibly,D.B. Peakall,Steve P. Hopkin
Organized into three sections, the book first describes the molecular structures, properties, and environmental fate of pollutants. It then deals with the effects of pollutants on living organisms at the molecular, cellular, and individual levels.
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Organized into three sections, the book first describes the molecular structures, properties, and environmental fate of pollutants.
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Hopkin, ., Peakall, ., Sibly, ., Walker, . Authored by some of the best scientists in the field, it deserves a place on the bookshelf of any serious environmental scientist
Hopkin, . Authored by some of the best scientists in the field, it deserves a place on the bookshelf of any serious environmental scientist.
Principles of Ecotoxicology book . Principles of Ecotoxicology identifies the major classes of organic and inorganic pollutants, their properties, release and environmental fate, and transport in air, water and along food chains, before considering the effects that they might have upon individual organisms and ultimately whole ecosystems. Walker; Colin H. Devon, England, UK,Hopkin; Stephen P. University of Reading, Reading, England, UK,Sibly; Richard M. University of Reading, England, UK,Peakall; D.
The book defines ecotoxicology as the study of the harmful effects of chemicals upon ecosystems. Principles of Ecotoxicology. It is an interdisciplinary subject which represents a synthesis of elements from the disciplines of chemistry, biochemistry, toxicology, physiology, population ecology and population genetics. In contrast to "classical" toxicology, the ultimate concern is for the effects at the level of populations and consequent effects at the level of populations.