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1. Toxicity of metals to Antarctic marine microalgae [AAS_4100_Microalgae_Toxicity]
This metadata record contains the results from 11 bioassays conducted with 2 species of Antarctic marine microalgae. Seven tests were conducted with Phaeocystis antarctica (Prymnesiophyceae), assessing ...


2. Toxicity of single metals and metal mixtures to Antarctic Marine Copepods [AAS_4100_Toxicity_Copepods]
This metadata record contains the results of two bioassays testing the response of Antarctic marine copepods to both individual and combined metals via 14 day toxicity tests. The tests were conducted ...


3. A manipulative field experiment examining the effect of contaminated sediment on the recruitment and recolonisation of soft-sediment infauna. [ASAC_2201_Casey_SRE1]
The effect of location, depth and sediment contamination on recruitment of soft-sediment assemblages were examined in a pilot experiment at Casey Station, East Antarctica. Two locations were used, ...


4. A manipulative field experiment examining the effect of contaminated sediment on the recruitment of soft-sediment infauna (Mar 1998 - Feb 1999). [ASAC_2201_Casey_SRE2]
The effect of location and sediment contamination on recruitment of soft-sediment assemblages were examined in field experiment at Casey Station, East Antarctica. Four locations were used, a polluted ...


5. A manipulative field experiment examining the effect of heavy metal and hydrocarbon contaminated sediment on the recruitment of soft-sediment infauna. [ASAC_2201_Casey_SRE3]
The effects of hyrdocarbon and heavy metal contamination of marine sediments on recruitment of soft-sediment assemblages were examined in a field experiment at Casey Station, East Antarctica. Three ...


6. Rates of depletion of lubricant and fuel contaminants from Antarctic regions during natural attenuation and remediation procedures [ASAC_2915]   CHILD DIFs   PARENT DIF
Metadata record for data expected from ASAC Project 2915 See the link below for public details on this project. Petroleum contamination poses a major threat to Antarctic and subantarctic ecosystems ...


7. Soft sediment assemblages at Casey Station: Spatial variation and human impacts. (core samples: Oct-Dec 1997) [ASAC_2201_Casey_benthic_survey2]
A survey of macrobenthic assemblages in soft-sediments was done at Casey Station, East Antarctica. Samples were taken by divers using hand-held corers (core size - 10 cm diameter by 10 cm deep). The ...


8. Ecological risks from oil products used in Antarctica: characterising hydrocarbon behaviour and assessing toxicity on sensitive early life stages of Antarctic marine invertebrates - bioassays of marine invertebrates [AAS_3054_bioassays_invertcontam]
This metadata record will contain the results of bioassays conducted to characterise the response of Antarctic nearshore marine invertebrates to hydrocarbon contaminants in fuels commonly used in ...


9. Heavy metal toxicity to Antarctic macroalgae measured using a robotic PAM fluorometer [Algal_Toxicity_Project]   PARENT DIF
Experiments were carried out at Casey Station over the summer of 2005-2006 to investigate declines in chlorophyll fluorescence following from exposure to seawater spiked with heavy metals. Chlorophyll ...


10. Comparative Sensitivity of Selenastrum capricornutum and Lemna minor to Sixteen Herbicides [usgs_brd_cerc_d_algae]
Aquatic plant toxicity tests are frequently conducted in environmental risk assessments to determine the potential impacts of contaminants on primary producers. An examination of published plant toxicity ...


11. Comparative Sensitivty of Five Species of Macrophytes and Six Species of Algae to Atrazine, Metribuzin, Alachlor, and Metolachlor [usgs_brd_cerc_d_macro_algae]
This data relates to the relative sensitivity of five species of aquatic macrophytes and six species of algae to four commonly used herbicides (atrazine, metribuzin, alachlor, and metoachlor). Toxicity ...


12. Emissions of Particulates Smaller than 2.5 Microns [geodata_1890]
Particulate matter contributes significantly to visibility reduction and, as a carrier of toxic metals and other toxic substances, exerts pressures on human health, especially fine particulates. An ...


13. Resource Conservation and Recovery Information System (RCRIS) [EPA0169]
The "Resource Conservation and Recovery Information System (RCRIS)" database has been compiled by state and federal environmental agencies under the direction of the U.S. Environmental Protection ...


14. NOAA National Status and Trends Biological Effects of Toxic Contamination in Sediments from Long Island Sound and Environs [NOS_biologicaleffects]
Long Island Sound is one of several coastal regions selected for study under the Intensive Bioeffects monitoring surveys of NOAA's National Studies and Trends (NS&T) Program ...


15. New Hampshire Coastal 2000 - 2002 Gulf of Maine Assessment [gomc_202]   PARENT DIF
The US EPA National Coastal Assessment (also known as Coastal 2000 or C2000) is a five-year effort led by the EPA Office of Research and Development to evaluate the assessment methods it has developed ...


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