Bioindicators and Biomarkers of Environmental Pollution and Risk Assessment

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Science Publishers, Jan 1, 2001 - 204 pages
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Provides the reader with an overview of the variety of animal and plants that are available for use as environmental monitors. The author emphasizes that the use of a single species of target bioindicator is not appropriate or scientifically sound for the monitoring of several toxic pollutants.

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Contents

Evolution of Bioindicators and Biomarkers
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Aquatic Environment Quality Monitoring
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Impact of Pollutants on Bioindicator Species
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