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Guest editorial Special Issue "Environmental contaminants and their effects: "Links between environmental chemistry and toxicology"
|Authors:||Blasco, Julián ; Del Valls, T. A.; Rainbow, P. S.|
|Citation:||Environment International 33(4): 427-428 (2007)|
|Abstract:||This Special Issue of Environment International presents selected papers given at the Sixth Iberian and 3rd Latinoamerican Congress on Contamination and Environmental Toxicology held in Cadiz (Spain) from 25th to 28th September 2005. The theme of the Special Issue (SI) is “Environmental contaminants and their effects: links between environmental chemistry and toxicology”. The selected papers in this SI attempt to fill the gap between studies of contamination and studies of toxicology, with an emphasis on combining both approaches in the same work. Twenty five papers have been collected together, including the plenary lectures: ‘Trace metal bioaccumulation: models, metabolic availability and toxicity’ by Philip S. Rainbow; ‘Nuclear receptors and susceptibility to chemical exposure to aquatic organisms’ by Afonso C. D. Bainy; and ‘Determining when contamination is pollution — weight of evidence determinations for sediments and effluents’ by Peter M. Chapman.|
|Publisher version (URL):||http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envint.2007.02.007|
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