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Fish Tissue Contamination in Maine Lakes : Data Report

by Jeanne DiFranco, Linda Bacon, Barry Mower and David Courtemanch

Regional Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Program (REMAP)

State of Maine Department of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Land and Water Quality, Division of Environmental Assessment, State House Station 17, Augusta, Maine 04333 (September 1995).

Contents: List of Figures and Tables / I. Introduction / II. Goals and Objectives / III. Experimental Design / IV. Methods / V. Data / VI. Quality Assurance-Quality Control / Appendices A-H


Publication Date

9-1995

Publisher

State of Maine Department of Environmental Protection

City

Augusta, Maine

Keywords

Mercury Levels, Contaminants, PCBs, Polychlorinated Biphenyls, Carcinogenic Substances, Toxic Substances, Food Chain, Lake Pollution, Airborne Toxics, Fish Consumption Advisories, Bioaccumulation, Lakes, Environmental Pollution, Pollution in Freshwater Lakes, Contamination of Lakes, Eagles, Fishery Resources, Pesticide Contamination, Contamination Levels, Environmental Monitoring, Cadmium, Lead, Pollution, Pollution Effects, Freshwater Fishes

Disciplines

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology | Environmental Health | Environmental Health and Protection | Environmental Law | Environmental Monitoring | Environmental Public Health | Environmental Sciences | Hydrology | Other Pharmacology, Toxicology and Environmental Health | Pharmacology, Toxicology and Environmental Health | Toxicology | Water Resource Management

Comments

USM Library Stacks: SH 174 F51995

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Fish Tissue Contamination in Maine Lakes : Data Report


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