Photoenhanced Toxicity of Aqueous Phase and Chemically-Dispersed Weathered Alaska North Slope Crude Oil to Pacific Herring Eggs and Larvae

This study investigated the photoenhanced toxicity of weathered ANS to eggs and larvae of the Pacific herring (Clupea pallasi), and the relative toxicity of chemically-dispersed and aqueous phase oil.

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Categories: Hydrocarbon Toxicity
Tags: dispersant toxicity, phototoxicity
Author: Mace G. Barron, P.E.A.K. Research
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