Ecological assessment of selenium in the aquatic environment

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Taylor & Francis , Boca Raton
Statementeditors, Peter M. Chapman, William J. Adams, Marjorie Brooks
ContributionsChapman, P. M., Adams, William J., 1946-, Brooks, Marjorie, 1958-, SETAC (Society)
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LC ClassificationsTD427.S38 P45 2010
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Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL24493526M
ISBN 139781439826775
LC Control Number2010009980
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Based on the work and contributions of 46 scientists, managers, and policymakers, Ecological Assessment of Selenium in the Aquatic Environment documents the state of the science and explores how to use this information when assessing and managing the environmental effects of Se. A focused discussion on the fate and effects of Se in aquatic ecosystems, the book reviews:5/5(1).

Book Description. Based on the work and contributions of 46 scientists, managers, and policymakers, Ecological Assessment of Selenium in the Aquatic Environment documents the state of the science and explores how to use this information when assessing and managing the environmental effects of Se.

A focused discussion on the fate and effects of Se in aquatic ecosystems, the book reviews.

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Based on the work and contributions of 46 scientists, managers, and policymakers, Ecological Assessment of Selenium in the Aquatic Environment documents the state of the science and explores how to use this information when assessing and managing the environmental effects of Se.

A focused discussion on the fate and effects of Se in aquatic ecosysteCited by: 96 Ecological Assessment of Selenium in the Aquatic Environment ec o S y S t e m-Sc a le a n d biodynamic mo d e l S Ecological risks from Se are distinguished by a complex interplay between bio-geochemical, biological, and ecological considerations.

About this book. Filled with practical guidance and concise information on how risk managers should conduct selenium risk assessments in the aquatic environment, this book offers the latest information on assessment techniques, gives the current state of contamination in industrialized countries, and raises awareness for developing nations.

Discussions from the Pellston Workshop on Ecological Assessment of Selenium in the Aquatic Environment, held Feb.Pensacola, Fla. sponsored by the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. "A CRC title." Description: xiii, pages: illustrations, maps, charts. Based on the work and contributions of 46 scientists, managers, and policymakers, Ecological Assessment of Selenium in the Aquatic Environment documents the state of the science and explores how to use this information when assessing and managing the environmental effects of Se.

A focused discussion on the fate and effects of Se in aquatic ecosystems, the book reviews: * Past and Cited by: Based on the work and contributions of 46 scientists, managers, and policymakers, Ecological Assessment of Selenium in the Aquatic Environment documents the state of the science and explores how to use this information when assessing and managing the environmental effects of Se.

A focused discussion on the fate and effects. DOI link for Ecological Assessment of Selenium in the Aquatic Environment. Ecological Assessment of Selenium in the Aquatic Environment book. Edited By Peter M. Chapman, William J. Adams, Marjorie Brooks, Charles G. Delos, Samuel N.

Luoma, William A. Maher, Harry M. Ohlendorf, Cited by: 6 Ecological Assessment of Selenium in the Aquatic Environment • Se uptake is facilitated across most biological membranes (a nonpassive, carrier-mediated process), making its partitioning unique among metal-loid contaminants.

• The single largest step. Based on the work and contributions of 46 scientists, managers, and policymakers, Ecological Assessment of Selenium in the Aquatic Environment documents the state of the science and explores how to use this information when assessing and managing the environmental effects of Se.

A focused discussion on the fate and effects of Se in aquatic ecosystems, the book reviews: PastPages: In book: Ecological assessment of selenium in the aquatic environment. (pp) Publisher: SETAC Press, Pensacola, FL; Editors: Chapman PM, Adams WJ, Brooks ML.

Photoduplication of this document is encouraged. Please give proper credit. Reference listing: Chapman PM, Adams WJ, Brooks ML, Delos CG, Luoma SN, Maher WA, Ohlendorf HM, Presser TS, Shaw DP. Ecological assessment of selenium in the aquatic environment: Summary of a SETAC Pellston Workshop.

ECOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF SELENIUM IN THE AQUATIC ENVIRONMENT Peter M. Chapman1 William J. Adams2 Marjorie L. Brooks3 Charles G. Delos4 Samuel N. Luoma5 William A. Maher6 Harry M. Ohlendorf7 Theresa S. Presser8 D. Patrick Shaw9 1Golder Associates, Burnaby, BC, Canada 2Rio Tinto, Magna, UT, USA 3Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL, USA 4USEPA, Washington, DC.

In addition to contributing to various research initiatives and several publications related to selenium risk assessment (including the SETAC Pellston book, Ecological Assessment of Selenium in the Aquatic Environment), Guy has played a key role in a number of multi-stakeholder working groups related to selenium assessment, management, and.

Important sources of selenium contamination in aquatic habitats are often overlooked by environmental biologists and ecological risk assessors due to preoccupation with other, higher priority pollutants, yet selenium may pose the most serious long-term risk to aquatic. (e.g., mercury, selenium, uranium) across environmental interfaces.

Wang serves on the Editorial Board of the journal Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. View our complete catalog of authoritative Environmental Toxicology related book titles and textbooks published by Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Selenium in the Environment and Human Health (ICSEHH ), October, Yangling, Xi'an, China Ecological Assessment of Selenium in the Aquatic Environment.

Ecological Assessment of Selenium in the Aquatic Environment Chapman PM (Golder), Adams WJ (Rio Tinto), Brooks ML (Southern Illinois U), Delos CG (USEPA), Luoma SN (USGS), Maher WA (U of Canberra), Ohlendorf HM (CH2M HILL), Presser TS (USGS), Shaw DP (Environment Canada) Se selenium 34 Se selenium 34 SETAC Pellston Workshop, February.

Selenium is a naturally occurring trace element that can become concentrated and released by industrial, agricultural, petrochemical and mining activities. At concentrated levels it is toxic and has polluted ecosystems around the world.

This book will serve as a comprehensive practical handbook for everyone dealing with selenium in aquatic environments. Ecological assessment of selenium in the aquatic environment; proceedings. SETAC Workshop on Ecological Assessment of Selenium in the Aquatic Environment ( Pensacola, FL) Ed.

by Pellston M. Chapman et al. CRC Press pages $ Hardcover TD This book is based on the deliberations of a multidisciplinary and international group of scientists, managers, and policymakers.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" Chapter 1 A Pellston Workshop on Selenium in the Aquatic Environment -- chapter 2 Executive Summary -- chapter 3 What You Need to Know about Selenium.

Selenium is a naturally occurring trace element that can be concentrated and released in the waste materials from certain mining, agricultural, petrochemical, and industrial manufacturing operations. Once in the aquatic environment, it can rapidly bioaccumulate and reach levels that. Lee "Selenium Assessment in Aquatic Ecosystems A Guide for Hazard Evaluation and Water Quality Criteria" por A.

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Selenium is a naturally occurring trace element that can become concentrated and released by industrial, agricultural, petrochemical and mining activities.

At concentrated levels it is toxic and has polluted ecosystems around the world. This book will serve as a comprehensive practical handbook for. This chapter addresses the characteristics and nature of organic selenium (Se) toxicity to aquatic organisms, based on the most current state of scientific knowledge.

As such, the information contained in this chapter relates to the 'toxicity assessment' phase of aquatic ecological risk assessments.

While the inorganic forms of Se (e.g., selenate, selenite) can be toxic at concentrations in. Pathways for selenium movement, bioaccumulation in food chains, and dietary exposure of fish and wildlife populations in aquatic habitats.

These basic principles of selenium ecotoxicology are consistent around the world and make aquatic selenium pollution a major environmental safety issue. Download: Download full-size image; Fig. Ecological Assessment of Selenium in the Aquatic Environment. ed. / Peter M Chapman; William J Adams; Marjorie Brooks; Charles G Delos; Samuel N Luoma; William A Maher; Harry M Ohlendorf; Theresa S Presser; Patrick Shaw.

1. ed. United States: Taylor & Francis, p. Research output: A Conference proceeding or a Chapter in Book. At concentrated levels it is toxic and has polluted ecosystems around the world. This book will serve as a comprehensive practical handbook for everyone dealing with selenium in aquatic environments.

It offers field-tested approaches and methods for assessment Reviews: 2.The sources and biogeochemistry of selenium (Se) combine to produce a widespread potential for ecological risk (Figure 1). Documented environmental effects across scientifically investigated sites include deformities in birds and fish, degraded fish communities, and exclusion of habitats for bird use (see Modeling and Irrigation pages).

The large geologic extent of Se sources is connected by.