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

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

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Date: February 11, 2002
Author: Mace G. Barron, P.E.A.K. Research
Category: Hydrocarbon Toxicity
Description: 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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